Friday on The Chad Hasty Show, Harry Kazianis, Director of Defense Studies at the Center for the National Interests joined the broadcast as he discussed what a nuclear war with North Korea would look like.

During the interview, Hasty asked Kazianis about the article he wrote about the best and worst case scenario would be for parties involved.

 "The scariest of all is the one I think we are in today, and basically Kim Jong-un launches a massive nuclear attack on South Korea and Japan and the west coast of the United States. In that scenario eight million people die, and that doesn't even count the long term effects of radioactivity spewed through the atmosphere, millions of people getting cancer twenty, thirty, forty years down the road. So the risks we are talking about are astronomical and its really a shame that this is starting to fade from the front pages although I think in the weeks to come Kim Jong-un is probably going to do another ICBM or nuclear test so we'll be talking about this again unfortunately."

Listen to the entire interview with Harry Kazianis in the video above.

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