Nuclear Weapons in International Context. Who possesses them? Who is “permitted” to have them? Who aspires to have them?. Nations in possession of nuclear weapons. Total number of active nuclear warheads in 2002. USA:4075 Russia :5830 UK:200 France:<350 China:<160
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Nuclear Weapons in International Context
Who possesses them? Who is “permitted” to have them? Who aspires to have them?
Allows NATO members to make use of the US nuclear weapons arsenal by training pilots and adjusting own aircraft to US nuclear weapons.
Canada (until 1984)
Greece (until 2001)
NWFZ in force, ratified a NWFZ treaty which is not yet in force, signed but not ratified a NWFZ, NPT states, four non-NPT states, Nuclear Weapons Sharing, suspected nuclear weapons development