As Fears Rise, Some Australians Seek U.S.-China Detente
Briefly

Security analysts and officials believe the risk of a nuclear weapon being used has increased to a level not seen in decades, with North Korea claiming to have developed nuclear warheads and Russia's war in Ukraine continuing.
Now, for many of us and maybe you, a new version of those anxieties is emerging. Security analysts and officials have told me they believe the risk of a nuclear weapon being used somewhere while still small has increased to a level not seen in decades.
China's military strategists are now looking to nuclear weapons not only as a defensive shield, but as a potential sword to intimidate and subjugate adversaries. China aims to have 1,500 nuclear warheads by 2035, up from a few hundred now.
China's military strategists are now looking to nuclear weapons not only as a defensive shield, but as a potential sword to intimidate and subjugate adversaries.
Read at www.nytimes.com
[
add
]
[
|
|
]
more World news Briefly
[ Load more ]