What Would War with North Korea Look Like? | The New Yorker

If war erupted, the first phase would likely play out for at least a month, and possibly many weeks more. “North Korea is in a position now where its conventional warfare has atrophied over the years and not been modernized much,” the retired General Gary E. Luck, the former commander of both U.S. and U.N. forces in Korea, told me. “But it still has the numbers in its military—because of the type of regime it is—that it could execute a conventional war not far afield from the last time around.” It also now has a nuclear bomb.

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What Would War with North Korea Look Like? | The New Yorker