It’s fairly common knowledge that certain countries are in the Nuclear Club – they have military-grade deliverable nuclear weapons. The U.S. and Russia have the most. Other countries known to have them include (from memory) China, North Korea, Great Britain, France, Israel, and, as of a few years ago (at least as I measure time) India and Pakistan.
The pop quiz question is: How many nukes do you think Pakistan and India have now?
The answer can be found in the following article:
This may raise more questions than it answers, not the least of which is whether or not possible Iranian nukes are as big a problem as some say, and whether the most serious and dangerous (in nuclear terms) religious conflict is the intra-Islam Shia-Sunni split, or a Mulsim-Hindu face-off.