Developments in Nuclear Weapons Around the World

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Once again i remember France has the most silent SSBN in service.
 

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Minister of Foreign Affairs Hakan Fidan "Israel's nuclear weapons threat increases the nuclear arms race"

Speaking about Israel's threat to use nuclear weapons in Gaza and pointing out that this is "a secret that everyone knows", Fidan said, "We see that Israel is developing its own nuclear capability by using the fact that it is not a party to the nuclear weapons proliferation agreement, and we are asking for help from America in this regard." "We also know that it has great support from Europe, so it's no secret." said.

Fidan noted that "it is a big problem, considering some crazy Israeli politicians' statements about using nuclear weapons" and said, "Israel's continued possession of nuclear weapons will increase the race for nuclear weapons. This is not a situation that is in favor of the region and the world." " he said.

Minister Fidan continued as follows:

"The region must either be completely free of nuclear weapons, or other countries will have to take steps to feel safer in this regard, so we need to find a solution to this. This is one of the important strategic issues that we have in front of us and that we must definitely solve, and we will continue to work on this issue."
 

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Minister of Foreign Affairs Hakan Fidan "Israel's nuclear weapons threat increases the nuclear arms race"

Speaking about Israel's threat to use nuclear weapons in Gaza and pointing out that this is "a secret that everyone knows", Fidan said, "We see that Israel is developing its own nuclear capability by using the fact that it is not a party to the nuclear weapons proliferation agreement, and we are asking for help from America in this regard." "We also know that it has great support from Europe, so it's no secret." said.

Fidan noted that "it is a big problem, considering some crazy Israeli politicians' statements about using nuclear weapons" and said, "Israel's continued possession of nuclear weapons will increase the race for nuclear weapons. This is not a situation that is in favor of the region and the world." " he said.

Minister Fidan continued as follows:

"The region must either be completely free of nuclear weapons, or other countries will have to take steps to feel safer in this regard, so we need to find a solution to this. This is one of the important strategic issues that we have in front of us and that we must definitely solve, and we will continue to work on this issue."
Seems a bit like take theirs away or we will build our own
And would be a good excuse to start a project or unexpectedly release some documents about some nuklear Projekt
 

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They would rather deploy B-52's from UK and Rota than working with us on this.
B61's are gravity nukes. Spicy JDAM's, basically.
If you strap B61's into B-52's and send those to nuke stuff, those bombers are not coming back. And nothing gets nuked, either.
 

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B61's are gravity nukes. Spicy JDAM's, basically.
If you strap B61's into B-52's and send those to nuke stuff, those bombers are not coming back. And nothing gets nuked, either.
Yes, that's why they no longer carry B61s but AGM-86s.
 

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US to station nuclear weapons in UK to counter threat from Russia​



Warheads to be housed at RAF Lakenheath for first time in 15 years, Pentagon documents reveal, as Moscow warns of 'escalation'


 

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The Sentinel ICBM program: Risks, Costs, and Alternatives


The U.S. Air Force is moving forward with plans to refurbish all its 450 nuclear missile silos and replace its current fleet of Minuteman III land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles with new Sentinel missiles.

A new study based on state-of-the-art nuclear war modeling suggests the scale of the human and environmental impact of this policy may be larger than previously known. Described as one of the largest and most complex weapon system programs ever undertaken by the U.S. Air Force, the Sentinel program is proving challenging to deliver on time and on cost.

The program already faces significant overruns that may trigger a congressional review. This provides a new opportunity to think about alternatives to the current Sentinel program and ending six decades of reliance on land-based ICBMs.

 

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Some people speculate that it is a Russian orbital weapon system. Russia allegedly has an orbital WMD system or orbital nukes which gives Russia a space-based nuke or WMD capability.
 
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