While the global stockpile of nuclear weapons has been significantly reduced since the Cold War, there are still an estimated 14,000 nuclear weapons in nine different countries — 93% of which belong to the United States and Russia. The United States is committed to spending up to $1 trillion over the next thirty years on an ambitious nuclear modernization plan updating all three legs — air, sea, and ground — of the nuclear triad.
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