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Analyzing Russia's nuclear forces - 2012 report

Wednesday, Feb 20, 2013

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Analyzing Russia's Nuclear Forces" report to their offering.

In a world hungry for power, Russia is known to possess one of the largest stock of weapons of mass destruction, particularly nuclear weapons. It is estimated that there are over 3200 active strategic nuclear warheads in Russia's arsenal, along with a large, but unknown number of tactical nuclear weapons. With the signing of the New Start between the United States and Russia, the nuclear warfare situation amongst these two countries is expected to change in the coming years.

In this industry scenario, This R'search brings to you an analysis of Russia's Nuclear Forces in its research report Analyzing Russia's Nuclear Forces. The report is a complete coverage of the country's nuclear capabilities. Beginning with an understanding of the Russian Armed Forces, the report looks into the history of the Armed Forces in Russia, the reforms that have changed the industry landscape and the industry structure at present.

Source: Business Wire

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