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LIGNET: Should the US Strike North Korea to Prevent an EMP Attack?

Wednesday, 26 Jun 2013 03:29 PM

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R. James Woolsey Jr. has served in national security posts in both Democratic and Republican administrations over the last four decades.
Addressing an audience on Capitol Hill on June 14, R. James Woolsey, a long-time foreign policy expert who served as head of the CIA from 1993-1995, warned that North Korea probably already has a nuclear weapon specifically designed to generate an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) so powerful that if it were used in an on attack the United States, it would threaten the future of American civilization. The question is: What does the United States do about it?

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