Scientists caution against staging nukes in South Korea

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Two scientists working with a private organization contend the solution to North Korea’s nuclear program is not to stage American nukes in South Korea, even though they were there for 30 years without incident, says a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

It’s different now, according to the report, “A history of U.S. nuclear weapons in South Korea,” by Hans M. Kristensen and Robert S. Norris.

Kristensen is head of the Nuclear Information Project with the Federation of American Scientists, and Norris is a senior fellow with the same organization.

Their report was funded by the New Land Foundation and the anti-war Ploughshares Fund.

The scientists note that during the Cold War, the U.S. deployed nuclear weapons in South Korea from 1958 through 1991.

“The South Korean-based nuclear arsenal peaked at an all-time high of approximately 950 warheads in 1967,” they reported.

Since then, America’s allies in the region

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