Pakistan, The World's Fifth Largest Nuclear Power

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Karen DeYoung, Washington Post staff writer
Barry Blechman, co-founder and distinguished fellow, Stimson Center

The Washington Post reported on Monday that Pakistan has quietly become the world's fifth largest nuclear power, surpassing both Britain and France. Many nuclear weapons experts worry about what a nuclear arms race between Pakistan, India and others could mean for regional security.

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