"Any use will trigger a nuclear weapons conflict with catastrophic humanitarian consequences for civilians".
The issue has been rediscovered by politicians in the wake of Trump's election.
"Signs that Russian Federation is re-arming, not only conventionally but with nuclear weapons, are obvious", Gabriel said.
President TrumpDonald John TrumpSchiff: Nunes gave Trump "secretly altered" version of memo Davis: "Deep state" existed in '16 - but it elected Trump Former Trump legal spokesman to testify to Mueller about undisclosed call: report MORE, meanwhile, applauded the new policy. It said: "Russia considers the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) to be the principal threats to its contemporary geopolitical ambitions".
Additionally, the survey shows a crucial shift from existing nuclear policy by expanding worst-case scenarios in which nuclear options would be considered.
Donald Trump has responded to the report by saying "the strategy develops capabilities aimed at making use of nuclear weapons less likely".
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"To which we say: Don't", the Times warned, pointing out that Trump seems to be building a case for war on "emotional grounds", invoking the case of an American student, Otto Warmbier, who died past year after being detained in North Korea. The Foreign Ministry said it doesn't have a way to confirm the reconfigured hardware was rendered incapable of carrying nuclear weapons.
Russian Federation acknowledged the USA position on meeting the targets, but voiced concern about the US reconfiguring some submarines and bombers to carry conventional weapons.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the new American nuclear programs could cost as much as $1.2 trillion.
"This change runs directly counter to an NPT commitment to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in security policies in order to facilitate disarmament".
According to the Federation of American Scientists, Russia has about 4,300 nuclear warheads compared with 4,000 with the US, 300 with France, 270 with China and 215 with United Kingdom - all five permanent members of the UN Security Council.
Rouhani, who opened the way to Tehran's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers including the U.S., added: "The same people who supposedly believe that using weapons of mass destruction is a crime against humanity ... are talking about new weapons to threaten or use against rivals".
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Trailing behind them are the world's other four nuclear powers: Pakistan (140 nuclear warheads), India (130), Israel (80) and North Korea (15).
Laid down eight years ago, the previous NPR focused on the importance of reducing the role of nuclear weapons, reflecting the ideals of then President Barack Obama, who championed "a world without nuclear weapons".
The new USA posture focuses heavily on what the administration sees as an overdue modernization of the nuclear arsenal.
James Acton, a nuclear weapons specialist at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said that offer seems disingenuous.
We most certainly welcome China's assurance.
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