South Korean nuclear research programs

South Korean Nuclear Research Programs

South Korean nuclear research programs

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In August 2004, South Korea revealed the extent of its highly secretive and sensitive nuclear research programs to the IAEA, including some experiments which were conducted without the obligatory reporting to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) called for by South Korea's safeguards agreement.

Early Nuclear Ambitions

When United States notified its plan to withdraw USFK in 1970 July, South Korea first considered the possibility of Independent Nuclear Program. Under the direction of South Korea's Weapons Exploitation Committee, the country attempted to obtain plutonium reprocessing facilities following the pullout of the 26,000 American soldiers of the 7th Infantry Division in 1971. South Korea's...
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