Board member Richard Klass was quoted in The Hill.
“Retired Col. Richard Klass, a board member at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, said the United States would have to send significantly more equipment to South Korea is the North attacked. As such, Klass predicted Kim would feign outrage about the move, but otherwise accept it. “I think anything we do, he will pretend to be really be pissed off,” Klass said. “I don’t think he thinks it’s going to make a whole lot of difference.” Klass said he sees the announcement as signal of commitment to South Korea more than a change in defense capabilities.” Read more