Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with USA Today about North Korea demolishing its test site the day President Trump canceled a proposed summit.
“In the wake of what increasingly seems like unhelpful rhetoric from (the U.S. and North Korea) over the last week, the destruction today is a welcome goodwill gesture in advance of a possible summit,” said Alexandra Bell, senior policy director at Washington D.C.-based Center for Arms Control & Non-Proliferation.
She warned the demolition doesn’t mean that North Korea couldn’t decide to conduct further tests.
“They can always decide to dig new tunnels (at Punggye-ri) even if they’ve exploded or collapsed the ones they used before,” she added. “They can always test elsewhere.” Read more