June 11, 2018
Trump-Kim Summit: A Disarmament Checklist
By Patrick O’Reilly
Investigate the DPRK’s missile inventory, infrastructure, and missile development capabilities.
- Identify missile component supply chain, manufacture and assembly facilities, test infrastructure, and storage locations.
- Review designs and interview scientific and engineering staff to accurately determine status of the DPRK’s missile development and assess the DPRK’s indigenous missile development capabilities.
- Identify external suppliers and expertise that enabled the DPRK to develop its missile capability.
- Identify key personnel in the DPRK’s missile development program.
- Assess the DPRK’s missile component testing capabilities and review data to assess the accurate status of its ability to develop missiles indigenously.
- The United States or South Korea (formally known as the Republic of Korea or ROK) witnesses the destruction of deployed, stored, and in-production missiles and their components.
- The United States or ROK witnesses the destruction of all mobile launchers and fixed missile launch pads.
- The United States or ROK witnesses the destruction of stockpiles of missile fuel (IFRNA, aluminum perchlorate, etc.) and all aircraft-grade aluminum.
- Destruction of all printed copies and submission of all technical drawings and source code documents for the manufacture and operation of missiles.
- Destruction of all testing telemetry, test launch control, and tracking infrastructure.
- Unlimited, unannounced inspections at all sites where missiles components could be manufactured, tested, and stored.
- Inspection at ports of entry to detect import of contraband materials and components.
- Ban the import of missile fuels and aircraft-grade aluminum.