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Latest N. Korea Launch Demonstrates New Level Of Capability -Experts

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WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES (JULY 5, 2017) (REUTERS) MICHAEL ELLEMAN, SENIOR FELLOW FOR MISSILE DEFENSE AT THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES, SEATED FOR INTERVIEW AND TALKING (SOUNDBITE) (English) MICHAEL ELLEMAN, SENIOR FELLOW FOR MISSILE DEFENSE AT THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES, SAYING: "This is a new system because they've taken two existing components from other systems that existed and put them together to create a new capability." CLOSE UP OF ELLEMAN'S FACE WHILE HE SPEAKS (SOUNDBITE) (English) MICHAEL ELLEMAN, SENIOR FELLOW FOR MISSILE DEFENSE AT THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES, SAYING: "So I suspect that once they create, successfully test, something that could strike Burbank or Kansas City, they'll test it three or four more times and say 'we're good'. They won't be as demanding as the United States. So this could shorten the time frame to, you know - 2019, 2020 - before they have that capacity." WIDE SHOT OF ELLEMAN NEXT TO CONFERENCE TABLE WHILE HE SPEAKS (SOUNDBITE) (English) MICHAEL ELLEMAN, SENIOR FELLOW FOR MISSILE DEFENSE AT THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES, SAYING: "It's interesting that he chose to test a missile that crosses this kind of definitional threshold but doesn't threaten the entire United States. And it would indicate to me two things: One, they don't have the capacity test a missile that could reach the continental United States. But two, he may be worried that testing something that could reach, say, Kansas City would be a red line that he has crossed; meaning, Kim Jong-Un. So, he may be trying to temper expectations or creep up on what he really wants without as much political fallout by using salami tactics."

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