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North Korean Military No Paper Tiger

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North Korean Military No Paper Tiger

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North Korea's active military is one of the largest in the world at 1.2 million men. The troops are backed up by a significant missile arsenal that can hit targets in South Korea, and Japan.

Steve Inskeep talks to Joseph Bermudez, Senior Analyst for Jane's Defense Weekly, about North Korea's military capabilities.

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