Central Intelligence Agency has ten mission centers on regions or issues; center devoted to one country highly unusual On May 10, the Central Intelligence Agency announced the establishment of the Korea Mission Center, which is created to counter the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear weapons and missiles.
"They are on that path and they are committed to doing that", he said.
Coats says China is targeting the US government and American businesses.
He was providing an overview of the intelligence community's annual "Worldwide Threat Assessment", which was released yesterday, laying out the risks to national security.
His comments came as Trump is set to receive Pentagon reccomendations this week on potential options in Afghanistan.
"If the DPRK had not had access to the powerful nuclear force and had not gotten itself ready to counter the United States and its vassal forces' provocation with merciless military counteraction, the U.S. would have committed without hesitation the same aggression act in Korea as what it committed against other countries", the official Korean Central News Agency quoted a foreign ministry spokesman as saying on May 1. He recommended that USA forces train with Afghan forces down the chain of command to the corps level, and that the Afghan security forces learn to make better use of intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance (ISR) and air support. "The Taliban are likely to continue to make gains, especially in rural areas", said the U.S. spy chief, adding that efforts to bolster local military have been less fruitful than hoped.
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Coats described the growing threat of Iran's missile program in a written testimony to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Thursday. The North's public claims suggest it could conduct its first flight of an intercontinental ballistic missile this year.
Iran is working on development of an intercontinental ballistic missile that could carry nuclear weapons. "So, they're going to put those two together at some point, but we haven't seen them do that tested end-to-end", Stewart said. He said that China still needs to do more to pressure North Korea before it will change its behavior and can do more.
"First, our adversaries are becoming bolder, more capable and more adept at using cyberspace to threaten our interests and shape real-world outcomes", said Coats.
The deal has enhanced transparency of Iran's nuclear activities, Coats said, and he cited Obama administration estimates that the time it would take Iran to produce enough material for a nuclear weapon has been extended from a few months to about a year.
Stewart later said that Iran sees itself as the "dominant regional power", a position that might later put it in conflict with Russian Federation if their interest diverge from supporting Assad.