Nuclear arsenals among nine nations are expected to grow over the next decade in a reversal of a post-Cold War decline, a Swedish think tank reports.
The nine nations — Britain, China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia and the United States — had an estimated 12,705 warheads, including 9,440 in military stockpiles for potential use, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute's annual overview issued on Monday.
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