India boasts of a quickly advancing and active nuclear power program. It is expected to have 20 GW of nuclear capacity by 2020, though they currently stand as the ninth in the world in terms of nuclear capacity.
Mutually Assured Destruction.It means that a country will fire its nuclear weapons on the enemy when he sees that the enemy has fired nuclear weapons at them. In the end, both countries are destroyed.
Those that are nuclear, such as the nuclear bombs.
Yes, but only because they have nuclear weapons. India is almost ten times bigger so it would win against Pakistan.
In nuclear weapons depots.
Zambia does not have nuclear weapons.
Nuclear weapons are weapons which are fueled by nuclear energy. Examples of weapons that can be fueled by nuclear energy are missile warheads and bombs.
nuclear deterrence - the idea that if you attack me with nuclear weapons then I will attack you back with nuclear weaponsmutual assured destruction - the idea that if you attack me with nuclear weapons then I will totally destroy you with nuclear weapons and if I attack you with nuclear weapons then you will totally destroy me with nuclear weapons - thus any nuclear attack by either party will result in the certain destruction of both parties
No, Canada does not have any nuclear weapons.
Yes, they are nuclear weapons.
Japan doesn't want any nuclear weapons.But Japan can easily produce nuclear weapons if it wanted to. It has the technology to build nuclear weapons within 1 year-- probably a few months if it wanted.However, most Japanese people are against nuclear weapons. Therefore, they do not have nuclear weapons.
Pakistan has about 100 nuclear weapons.
No, Nazi Germany had no nuclear weapons.
Some of the countries have nuclear weapons because they use them as a defense mechanism. The nuclear weapons are intended to be used whenever there is a war.
the u.s. used non nuclear weapons and nuclear weapons against japan
In the most basic sense, proliferation of nuclear weapons is the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons usable technology in the world. In a much broader sense, it refers to the acquiring of capability to produce nuclear weapons, or weapons-grade nuclear material (high-enriched uranium, plutonium) by states previously not possessing them.
NO. Afghanistan does not have nuclear weapons, nor did it have nuclear weapons at any time, nor has it been accused by other countries of having nuclear weapons. Afghanistan is also a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, for what that's worth.
NO! Nuclear weapons don't make and detonate themselves
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No. The Netherlands have not tested or developed nuclear weapons.
Afghanistan has not argued that it wants nuclear weapons.
No, the Czech Republic doesn't have nuclear weapons.
India already has nuclear weapons.
All the facilities used by the US to prepare the materials for nuclear weapons, build nuclear weapons, design and test new nuclear weapons. This is all lead by the Department Of Energy.
Types of Nuclear WeaponsThere are at least three types of nuclear weapons: Pure fission, combined fission/fusion, and cobalt. For more information about these types of nuclear weapons, you can click on the link, Nuclear Weapons, on the right and follow the links from that page. purple people eater `;..;`