Moreover, India has recently completed its nuclear triad, which would require the production of more nuclear warheads
and in effect churning out of more fissile material; naturally, the reactor grade plutonium available could be sourced out to meet this need.
Experts have predicted that the delivery vehicle for the North's first nuclear warhead
would be the medium-range Rodong missile, rather than an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which the North has yet to test.
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These missiles were armed with single nuclear warheads
of 14 kilotons each, and were key to repelling an aggression.
Israel does not need 400 nuclear warheads
to defend itself against non-nuclear neighbors.
IAEA chief Yukiya Amano expressed concern that Iran may have been trying to develop a nuclear warhead
in his first report to the watchdog's board of governors on Thursday.
It's not known with certainty how many each country has, but both countries possess missiles capable of carrying both conventional and nuclear warheads
All are decoys except for one nuclear warhead
capable of catastrophic devastation.
That stolen nuclear warheads
are at large is frightening enough, but what should really scare us is the possibility that the guys who designed and built the accident-prone, orbiting disaster that is the Mir space station might have also had input into the Russian nuclear programme.
One key effort modeled, in four separate stages, the crash of an airplane carrying a nuclear warhead
Both sides are pledged to reduce their nuclear warhead
counts from Cold War highs that topped 11,000 super bombs to only 6,000.
in Nampa, Idaho; Thornton paid about $1,700 for the stuff, much of which he's already sold off to farmers or melted down for scrap.) Possession of this equipment, then, puts Johansen (or anyone he might sell it to) well on his way to being able to build a nuclear warhead