An unknown number of nuclear warheads. Stockpiles of plutonium and uranium. Intercontinental ballistic missiles. Weapons factories – and the scientists who work at them. The list of what it would take for the “complete denuclearisation” of North Korea is long. North Korea says it’s willing to deal away its entire nuclear arsenal if the United States provides it with a reliable security assurance and other benefits. But there is lingering skepticism ahead of Tuesday’s summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that Kim would fully give up the nuclear weapons he has pushed so hard to build. It wouldn’t be hard to hide at least some of the warheads and radioactive materials in the country’s vast complex of underground facilities.
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