STANFORD UNIVERSITY – Three Stanford University faculty: Siegfried S. Hecker, John W. Lewis and visiting scholar Robert Carlin, riveted the world’s attention in November when they described what they saw on their visit to a North Korean complex: a uranium enrichment facility with 2,000 centrifuges and the construction of a light-water nuclear reactor to generate [...]
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Posted in Research News on Dec 2nd, 2010
STANFORD UNIVERSITY — North Korea is notorious for its secrecy and isolationism, often characterized as a backward dictatorship whose foreign policy boils down to threats and intimidation. But the government is often eager to show off its nuclear operations. And when it is, the job of spreading the word often falls to a few Stanford [...]