Georgetown students shed light on China’s tunnel system for nuclear weapons – The Washington Post

Students at Georgetown were put to work studying the Chinese nuclear program and found some interesting things.

Most of the attention has focused on the 363-page study’s provocative conclusion — that China’s nuclear arsenal could be many times larger than the well-established estimates of arms-control experts.

via Georgetown students shed light on China’s tunnel system for nuclear weapons – The Washington Post.

The professor spent three years putting together a database of information based on open source intelligence. This is the type of education that prepares students for careers.

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