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Israel is working on improving its nuclear weapons capabilities, according to a report by the independent Trident commission in the United Kingdom that was published in the Guardian newspaper on Monday.
According to the report in the Guardian, Israel is extending the range of its Jericho 3 land-to-land missiles so they will have the capabilities of transcontinental missiles.
According to the report in the Guardian, the world's nuclear states are planning to spend more than $800 billion in the coming years to modernize and upgrade their nuclear arsenals. The United States itself will sp
According to the report in the Guardian, the world's nuclear states are planning to spend more than $800 billion in the coming years to modernize and upgrade their nuclear arsenals. The United States itself will spend $700 billion dollars on such projects. Other countries that will reportedly invest in upgrading their nuclear arsenals are Russia, China, Pakistan, India, Israel, France and Britain.
Ostensibly, this is an impressive diplomatic achievement, indicating that the international community has rejected the Arab position that Israel is a nuclear power. But it would be a serious mistake to believe that this spells the end of pressure on Israel to become a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel is one of only four countries that has not done so, and it will encounter quite heavy pressure in the framework of the commission's activities in the year ahead. Israel must change its nuclear policy
Originally posted by randomname
$700 billion for banks: check.
$800 billion for nukes: check.
$670 billion for defence: check.