China could amass 1,500 nuclear warheads, says Pentagon report | 7NEWS

China could amass 1,500 nuclear warheads, says pentagon report | 7news

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “China could amass 1,500 nuclear warheads, says Pentagon report | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

The Pentagon has released a report claiming China could amass 1,500 nuclear warheads in just over 10 years.

It’s already sparked fears in the Indo-Pacific with particular concern for Taiwan.

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