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Pentagon Predicts 5 Times Increase in China’s Nuclear Weapons over Next 10 Years

(Spectators wave Chinese flags as military vehicles carrying DF-41 ballistic missiles roll during a parade Oct. 1, 2019, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding of Communist China in Beijing. Source: Mark Schiefelbein/The "Associated Press.")

By: Paul McLeary | POLITICO |

A new Pentagon estimate says China will likely have “at least” 1,000 deliverable nuclear warheads by 2030, a massive expansion in the size of Beijing’s stockpile. … “The question of projecting power is a key one in estimating beyond a numerical advantage, how does that translate into capabilities and warfighting,” said Randall Schriver…

Read the full article in Politico.