The process of "denuclearizing" the Korean Peninsula is going to take a lot more than the hopeful promises President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to at the Singapore summit on Tuesday.
A map of the nuclear arsenal Kim has built up in the just the last few years shows just how hard the challenge will be, thanks to the size and variety of missiles and launch sites.
Both leaders claimed success at the widely watched summit. But their agreement omitted many of the most critical details, including the fate of North Korea's recently developed long-range missile capabilities.
After more than three decades of development, North Korea has an impressive arsenal, according to a database of test flights since April 1984 recorded by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.