British nuclear forces, 2011

By Hans M. Kristensen, Robert S. Norris, September 1, 2011

The United Kingdom has been the most successful of all the nuclear weapon states in terms of creating a minimum nuclear deterrent; in fact, there is reason to believe that the country is considering whether to move toward denuclearization. The authors assess the country’s nuclear forces, providing clear analysis on the British nuclear stockpile and its reductions, the modernization of its nuclear deterrent force, the British–French collaboration on defense and security matters, the country’s nuclear policy, and the country’s nuclear accidents.

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