Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

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Following the North's series of nuclear and missile tests in 2017, the Trump administration has led the drive at the United Nations to impose tough sanctions on the country.

As Vietnam prepares for the summit, its reform model is being widely touted as the economic path for impoverished and isolated North Korea to follow.

The regime is said to have used spent fuel from a nuclear plant in Yongbyon to produce up to 18 pounds of weapons-grade uranium since May 2018.

Combined with production of 330 pounds of highly enriched uranium, it would allow Kim Jong-un to add between five and seven weapons to his nuclear arsenal.

According to a study released by Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) on Monday, North Korea produced enough fissile material a year ago to construct an estimated seven more nuclear bombs, even as it was negotiating denuclearization with the Trump administration.

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US and North Korean officials are set to hold more talks next week but hopes for concrete steps toward North Korea's denuclearization are fading. Last year, the Defense Intelligence Agency was at the high end with an estimate of about 50 nuclear warheads, while analysts have given a range of 20-60.

The Stanford report said that while North Korea was likely to have continued work on warhead miniaturization and to ensure they can stand up to delivery via intercontinental ballistic missiles, the halt in testing greatly limited its ability to make such improvements.

"When they ended missile testing, those things rolled backwards".

'So when I look at the whole spectrum, to me North Korea.is less unsafe today than it was at the end of 2017, in spite of the fact that they may have made another five to seven weapons worth of nuclear material'.

Gen. Abrams stressed that even if the United States eliminates the nuclear menace, US troops will need to remain in the region to combat other conventional threats to American interests posed by North Korea.

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Kim pledged in Singapore to work toward denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and in September expressed willingness to permanently dismantle facilities at his country's main nuclear site of Yongbyon - in return for corresponding US moves. North Korea has demanded "corresponding measures" from the United States in return for these above actions [reversible dismantlement of tunnels].

North Korea's denuclearization efforts is further expected to be discussed at the next summit between Kim and Trump on 27-28 February in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi.

2 - He is also reported to have said that sanctions alone will not bring about North Korea's denuclearization, and that agreements will have to be made step-by-step.

The State Department declined to comment.

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