Are ′nuclear spies′ in Japan providing Pyongyang with weapons technology?
Are ′nuclear spies′ in Japan providing Pyongyang with weapons technology? | Asia | DW.COM | 03.04.2017 Ken Kato, director of Tokyo-based Human Rights in Asia and a member of International Coalition to Stop Crimes Against Humanity in North Korea, is alleging that a scientist with links to North Korea is working at a Japanese university on technology required to achieve miniaturization of nuclear warheads.
N. Korea is widely suspected of trying to develop miniature nuclear warheads
“We have to stop this sort of nuclear and industrial espionage in Japan as quickly as possible,” Kato said. “In the 1950s, the US hanged Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for being nuclear spies. And now, nuclear weapons are in the hands of the world’s most unpredictable and unstable dictator, who could use them on a whim. It is ridiculous that we have nuclear and industrial spies on the loose in Japan.”