North Korea, which this month threatened to carry out a fourth nuclear test, may be closer than previously thought to putting a nuclear warhead on a missile, some experts say, making a mockery of years of U.N. sanctions aimed at curbing such a program.

North Korea has long boasted of making strides in acquiring a “nuclear deterrent”, but there had been general skepticism that it could master the step of miniaturizing a nuclear warhead to mount on a ballistic missile.

No one outside the inner circle of North Korea’s nuclear program likely knows what advances the country has made. But there has been a shift in thinking by some who study North Korea full time since it conducted a nuclear test in February last year and amid on-off indications it is preparing another.

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