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Why USA does not worry about the nuclear programs of India and Pakistan?

  1. jainismus profile image70
    jainismusposted 6 years ago

    Why USA does not worry about the nuclear programs of India and Pakistan?

    Why USA does not worry about the nuclear programs of India and Pakistan, but worry so much about that of Iran?

  2. Xenonlit profile image60
    Xenonlitposted 6 years ago

    Of course we worry about the nuclear programs of India and Pakistan. We are well aware of the political animosity between the two nations. We are well aware of the devastating consequences that nuclear war would have on the entire region.

    But Pakistan and India are responsible for arriving at a detente, and for putting their disputes aside in the interest of human survival and regional stability. We are supposed to quit interfering, so here we go!

    Work it out.

  3. leroy64 profile image85
    leroy64posted 6 years ago

    We do worry about the nuclear programs of India and Pakistan; however, the international intentions of those two countries to are benign as far as I can tell.  Some people in the US worry more about the tension between India and Pakistan.    That is about as much as I know.  If this does not answer your question, perhaps someone with more experience will be able to answer your question.

  4. profile image0
    Old Empresarioposted 6 years ago

    To answer your first questions, the US is not afraid because it has many more nuclear weapons than all other nations combined. To answer the second question, the average American is not afraid of a nuclear Iran. The US government is saying IRan is a nuclear threat in order to win public approval for when it is ready to invade Iran.

  5. Faceless39 profile image94
    Faceless39posted 6 years ago

    We're more worried about blowing up the civilians of enemy countries of Israel.

  6. Jonesy0311 profile image60
    Jonesy0311posted 6 years ago

    INCENTIVES. Pakistan and Inda don't have anything that the U.S. wants. Iran, Iraq, and Afghansitan sure do. The Soviet Union had over 30,000 nukes at the height of the Cold War and some genius realized that diplomacy actually works and ended the stalemate. These scare tactics have and always will be used to rally support so that business interests can gain a secure foothold in places which have natural resources, especially fossil fuels.

  7. JasonLicerioPH profile image79
    JasonLicerioPHposted 6 years ago

    They worry. The media does not cover it I guess.

 
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