SIPRI Report: The growing threat of nuclear war to the world




The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), a nuclear weapons watchdog, has warned of the dangers of increasing the use of nuclear weapons globally. The number of nuclear weapons will increase for the first time since the Cold War. The organization said Monday that nine of the world's nuclear-armed nations are expanding or improving their arsenals.



The number of nuclear weapons in the world has reached 12,705. This is a matter of concern for India as China and Pakistan are rapidly increasing their nuclear arsenals, according to a recent report by SIPRI.


After the Cold War, the world's nuclear arsenal had declined. However, the current rise of nuclear weapons seems to have stopped the decline, says Hans M., a researcher at SIPRI's Collective Weapons Weapons Program and director of the Nuclear Information Project at the Federation of American Scientists. Expressed by Christensen.



Russia's attack on Ukraine and Western aid to Ukraine have raised tensions in nine of the world's nuclear-armed nations, the SIPRI said. This is a matter of concern. - Wilfred Van.



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