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NATO map: The three countries that could attack Russia first in WW3

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https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1581899/NATO-map-countries-attack-Russia-WW3-evg/amp


According to Antony Blinken, Russia "has already lost" in the conflict that is taking place in Ukraine.

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Russia's ongoing military effort in Eastern Europe has been condemned by both the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Ukraine, which have joined forces in their opposition to the Russian government's actions. They have shown their support for both the administration that is being headed by Volodymyr Zelensky as well as the warriors who are coming together to protect their land. However, if the conflict carries on for an extended period of time and Putin shows symptoms of rising desperation, the risk of a wider war breaking out beyond the Baltics becomes a possibility that is ever more likely to materialize.


Who among the world's nations would be able to mount an offensive against Russia in the event that World War III broke out?


In contrast to the first and second world wars, if there were to be a third global conflict, it would virtually certainly result in the entire extermination of the human race.


Russia is the only country in the world that has 6,257 nuclear weapons, which is enough to wipe out all life on earth several times over.


If Putin were to threaten to use them, he would immediately provoke a response from some of Russia's historic foes who are just as well equipped. Express.co.uk conducted research to determine which nation is most likely to act first and discovered that China is in the greatest position to take the initiative at this time.


U.S. of A.


The United States of America and Russia have become the two most powerful nuclear powers in the world as a direct consequence of decades of nuclear proliferation. This position was firmly established all the way through the duration of the Cold War.


The United States possessed a total of 31,255 nuclear bombs and Russia had 45,000 at the height of their respective nuclear arsenals.


This rivalry is still going strong to this day, since the United States of America's nuclear arsenal, which is controlled by the Biden administration and has 3,750 operable warheads, is the second largest in the world.


In the event that Russia took the initiative to escalate a nuclear conflict, it is very likely that armed troops from the United States would be the first to respond.


Because of the superior military technology that was thought of and produced in the country, the nation is able to propel strategic weapons at a speed of 1,988 miles per hour.


They may go all the way from the United States to Russia in less than half an hour because to these hypersonic speeds.


In addition to this, it has been stated that authorities have stationed tactical nuclear weapons around Europe at a number of advance NATO installations.


The country might launch an assault on Russia with as many as one hundred nuclear "gravity bombs" from bases in Germany, Turkey, Belgium, or the Netherlands, which would make the attack far more timely.


Germany


In the late year of 2021, Angela Merkel was succeeded as chancellor of Germany by Olaf Scholz, who had just been inaugurated as chancellor. On the question of NATO's preparations for nuclear deterrence, he maintained a "conspicuously quiet" stance for the whole of his campaign.


Germany is not a nuclear state; yet, it is a party to the treaties that enable NATO to share its weapons. Despite the fact that Germany has the equipment required to build nuclear warheads, the country does not own nuclear weapons.


The administration of President Scholz has responded to the growing war in Ukraine by considerably increasing the amount of money spent on the military.


He pledged to increase spending on military to two percent of Germany's gross domestic product (GDP), and he increased the annual defense budget from €50.3 billion to over €70 million. Both of these actions were successful.


As a component of this endeavor, the German Minister of Defense, Christine Lambrecht, made the statement that the German government would be replacing its Tornado bomber jets with F-35A Lightning II aircraft that will be manufactured in the United States.


Ms. Lambrecht said that these aircraft had the potential to carry nuclear warheads; however, she did not go into detail about the creation of nuclear weapons.


It is reasonable to infer that the German armed forces would be well prepared to respond to aggressive warmongering in Western Europe and further afield if the German chancellor has demonstrated that he is willing to protect his nation against potential attack. He has shown that he is willing to protect his nation against potential attack.


The UK


The United Kingdom (UK) is capable of creating nuclear weapons, despite the fact that it is no longer a prominent force on the world stage.


At this moment in time, Boris Johnson has access to around 225 warheads, each of which is managed by the Trident system.


In terms of strategy, the deterrent installed on the submarine has a significant advantage due to the fact that it can go anywhere and anywhere.


If Trident were to be in the right place at the right time, it would make it possible for British military commanders to deliver a quick and lethal blow on Russian targets. If it were at the incorrect location, they would not be able to perform what they wanted to do.


According to experts working in the military business, the likelihood of a nuclear battle occurring is higher now than it has ever been.


A nuclear war is "no longer inconceivable," according to Air Marshal Edward Stringer, a former chief of the Royal Air Force, who recently gave an interview to LBC.

In addition to this, he said, "It is within the realms of possibility, and that is what people need to wrap their heads around." [Case in point:]

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