Russia and weapons of mass destruction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After the Korean War, the Soviet Union transferred nuclear technology and weapons to the People's Republic of China as an adversary of the United States and NATO.
Cuban Missile Crisis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In September 1962, after some unsuccessful operations by the U.S. to overthrow the Cuban regime (Bay of Pigs, Operation Mongoose), the Cuban and Soviet governments began to surreptitiously build bases in Cuba for a number of medium-range and intermediate-range ballistic nuclear missiles (MRBMs and IRBMs) with the ability to strike most of the continental United States.
Russia Finds an Eager Weapons Buyer in Iran : NPR
Iran to gain nuclear power as Russia loads fuel into Bushehr reactor | World news | The Guardian
Russian and Iranian specialists are to begin loading uranium-packed fuel rods into the reactor on 21 August, a process that will take about two to three weeks. This will be a key step towards starting up the reactor, although it will not be considered operational from that date.
Russia and Venezuela strike nuclear power station deal | World news | The Guardian
Russia has agreed to help Venezuela build its first nuclear power station in a move likely to raise concerns in Washington about increasingly close cooperation between Moscow and Caracas.
Iím not going to argue about Iranís desire to get nukes or its violations of the NNPT because that is off topic and absurd. I doubt you are really an American. You take sides against the USA on every strategic issue. I think you are a poser from another country who just says he is born and raised American. Americans donít try as hard as you do on every issue to undermine American security in the world.