A screen shot from North Korean video of the April 5, 2009, launch of a Taepodong-2 based rocket that North Korea claimed was intended to lift a satellite into orbit. A similar rocket will probably be used for North Korea’s planned launch next month.
North Korea says it’s going to use a long-range rocket next month to put a satellite into orbit. But the real purpose of the launch, it’s clear, is to test an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of delivering a nuclear payload as far as California. The new regime in North Korea is just as bad as the old, it seems. It could even turn out to be worse.
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