Professor Vipin Narang helps unravel implications of North Korea's recent, and possibly most powerful missile test

Professor Vipin Narang spoke with the BBC, NPR, Foreign Policy, and the New York Times, to discuss implications of Pyongyang's missile test last night.

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Vipin Narang

Vipin Narang, Associate Professor of Political Science and nuclear strategy expert

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What does Pyongyang's night-time test launch of what they called "a new ICBM capable of hitting the entire U.S. mainland," mean for the country, its neighbor's, and future foreign relations? Vipin Narang, Associate Professor of Political Science and nuclear strategy expert spoke with several news outlets through the night to help understand it's implications:

Foreign Policy "North Korea Launches Biggest ICBM Yet, Despite U.S. Sanctions"

The New York Times "Analysis: N. Korea May Declare 'Victory,' Turn to Economy"

The BBC "North Korea: What do we know about the new missile"

NPR "North Korea Claims New Missile Makes It A Nuclear Power" (Nov. 29) & "New North Korean Missile Is A 'Monster'" (Nov. 30)

 

 

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"I’ve been fortunate to have great graduate students from the day I got here, and I’m very proud of how they’ve done," Vipin Narang says.