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Which Countries Share Their Nuclear Weapons? #shorts #maps #geopolitics #politics #nukus



Published May 14, 2023, 4:20 p.m. by Monica Louis


Nuclear weapons are the most controversial and feared weapons in the world. They have the power to destroy entire cities and kill millions of people. Nuclear weapons are also known as atomic bombs or thermonuclear bombs. The first nuclear weapon was created by the United States during World War II. The United States used two nuclear weapons against Japan in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These two bombings killed hundreds of thousands of people and led to Japan’s surrender.

Since the creation of nuclear weapons, many countries have developed their own nuclear arsenals. These countries include the United States, Russia, China, France, the United Kingdom, India, Pakistan, and North Korea. Israel is also believed to have nuclear weapons, but has never confirmed or denied this.

The possession of nuclear weapons by different countries has led to a state of nuclear deterrence, where each country tries to deter an attack by the other country by having a strong nuclear arsenal. This has led to a arms race, where countries try to develop more and more powerful nuclear weapons.

The proliferation of nuclear weapons has also led to fears of a nuclear war. A nuclear war could occur if two or more countries with nuclear weapons get into a military conflict with each other. The use of nuclear weapons would likely lead to the death of millions of people and the destruction of entire cities. It would also have a devastating effect on the environment, causing long-term damage to the Earth’s atmosphere.

The possession of nuclear weapons by different countries has led to a state of nuclear deterrence, where each country tries to deter an attack by the other country by having a strong nuclear arsenal. This has led to a arms race, where countries try to develop more and more powerful nuclear weapons.

The proliferation of nuclear weapons has also led to fears of a nuclear war. A nuclear war could occur if two or more countries with nuclear weapons get into a military conflict with each other. The use of nuclear weapons would likely lead to the death of millions of people and the destruction of entire cities. It would also have a devastating effect on the environment, causing long-term damage to the Earth’s atmosphere.

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which countries share their nuclear

weapons it is common knowledge that the

us shares its nuclear weapons with its

nato members under the nuclear weapons

sharing program currently belgium the

netherlands germany italy and turkey

each have 20 b-61 warheads while sharing

is the wrong word here the weapons are

guarded by the us air force and the

codes needed to arm the warheads remain

under american control however it is

commonly believed that pakistan would

supply saudi arabia with nuclear weapons

if needed with reports saying that saudi

arabia could buy up to 6 warheads off

the shelf as the two countries have

close relations and the saudi royal

family has reportedly paid for 60 of

pakistan's nuclear program although both

countries deny that such an agreement

exists

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