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US President Joe Biden added that Putin is not joking when he talks about potential use of tactical nuclear or biological weapons because his military is significantly underperforming in Ukraine
US 'imposing new conditions' in nuclear talks to restore the 2015 agreement, claims Iran's foreign minister
The 2015 agreement gave Iran sanctions relief in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme to guarantee that Tehran could not develop a nuclear weapon
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov comment came as interviewer Christiane Amanpour pushed him on whether he was "convinced or confident" that President Vladimir Putin would not use the nuclear option in the Ukrainian context.
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Turning India's nuclear doctrine into campaign rhetoric won't change strategy, but Narendra Modi must be wary of the risks
It is interesting to note the context in which Modi picked up the topic of nuclear weapons. From the third phase onwards, the elections include much of Hindi heartland states where the BJP is expected to hold on to its 2014 gains if it harbours any chance of retaining power
Pervez Musharraf says Pakistan won't use nukes on India, claims 'if we attack them with one, they will finish us with 20'
He also said that if Pakistan will attack India with one atomic bomb then the neighbouring country could “finish us by attacking with 20 bombs”
In nuclear standoff, becoming captive to one view of reality is dangerous, caution and constructive criticism is needed
In the nuclear realm, a series of weapons were deployed which the Soviets believed were designed to eliminate the USSR’s leadership and ability to retaliate.
Even as Russia and US reduce warheads, 'worrying' new focus on nuclear deterrence, notes SIPRI report
The world's nuclear powers are reducing their arsenals but they are also modernising, putting a fresh and "worrying" focus on strategic deterrence, a Stockholm-based think tank said Monday
'Listen to us now': Vladimir Putin warns of Russia's 'invincible' weapons; says world must acknowledge Moscow's military might
President Vladimir Putin boasted Russia has developed a new generation of "invincible" weapons in his state of the nation address on Thursday
North Korea is only months away from obtaining the capability to hit US territory with a nuclear weapon and must be disarmed, a US envoy said, dismissing Pyongyang's diplomatic thaw with South Korea as a “charm offensive” that fooled no one
Shinzo Abe says Japan, US willing to put pressure on North Korea to 'shift' Pyongyang's course on nuclear programme
Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has said North Korea should change its policies to help enrich its people.
North Korea ended its longest pause in missile tests in 2017 with what appeared to be its most powerful version yet of an ICBM meant to target the United States.
Satellite images indicate North Korea is pursuing an "aggressive schedule" to build its first operational ballistic missile submarine.
North Korea crisis: Gerald Ford's deft handling of 1976 axe murders incident can be a lesson for Donald Trump
Before US president Donald Trump takes any decision to military engage with North Korea, he needs to take a look at the 1976 axe murders incident for some cues on handling Pyongyang.
Iran is reiterating its allegation that the new US sanctions on Tehran signed by President Donald Trump the previous day constitute a "breach" of the landmark 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.
US president Donald Trump on Tuesday slammed North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un for testing the country's first intercontinental ballistic missile that could reach Alaska and pressed China to make a heavy move
Pakistan tries to kick up storm again, says India has been diverting nuclear materials to make weapons
Pakistan has accused India of diverting nuclear materials it had obtained for peaceful purposes under the NSG waiver to make weapons.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has termed the Iran nuclear deal a failure and said an "unchecked" Tehran could become another North Korea, but stopped short of threatening to derail the landmark agreement.
The international community is concerned about North Korea's "destabilising" rhetoric that it will launch an inter-continental ballistic missile and the reclusive country's refusal to abide by the obligations about its nuclear weapons programme, the White House has said.
President-elect Donald Trump said on Thursday that America must massively boost its nuclear capability until the "world comes to its senses."