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Japan’s Potential Nuclear Arsenal is Bigger than China, India and Pakistan

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Listen guys If a chinese say "It is complicated"........then it must be..

Coz No one have more experience then chinese in understanding the blueprints:lol:
Yes it is , every country followed the same path to become a nuclear power and gain respect in the international arena ... :azn:
 

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India keep bragging that Pakistan is no match for India because India has a bigger conventional arsenal but Japan is a good example for India to think twice before making the same assumption that Pakistan is not match for India. Even Israel is many times smaller than Pakistan can easily destroy India.
Nukes can destroy the human race too, woopdy doo.
Pakistan is no match for India in conventional warfare, proven more than once.
 

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Nukes can destroy the human race too, woopdy doo.
Pakistan is no match for India in conventional warfare, proven more than once.
That's what our nuclear arsenal dear. Besides, where did Israel come from since Israel doesn't have nukes?
 

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Did China worried about NPT, when China provided bomb to Pakistan?

Anyways, Good to know that Japan is capable enough to deal with bullies!!

Can't say anything about China's involvement but this long article from the Guardian of Rich Barlow is interesting for sure:

The man who knew too much

He soon discovered, however, that senior officials in government were taking quite the opposite view: they were breaking US and international non-proliferation protocols to shelter Pakistan's ambitions and even sell it banned WMD technology.
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How could any US administration set such short-term gains against the long-term safety of the world?" Next he discovered that the Pentagon was preparing to sell Pakistan jet fighters that could be used to drop a nuclear bomb.

Barlow was relentless in exposing what he saw as US complicity, and in the end he was sacked and smeared as disloyal, mad, a drunk and a philanderer. If he had been listened to, many believe Pakistan might never have got its nuclear bomb; south Asia might not have been pitched into three near-nuclear conflagrations; and the nuclear weapons programmes of Iran, Libya and North Korea - which British and American intelligence now acknowledge were all secretly enabled by Pakistan - would never have got off the ground. "None of this need have happened," Robert Gallucci, special adviser on WMD to both Clinton and George W Bush, told us.
 

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