Video: NATO Always Has Been, Remains and Will Continue To Be a Nuclear Alliance

NATO video on nuclear weapons

NATO has been a nuclear alliance since the U.S. first provided nuclear weapons to the bloc in 1953. It is the only nuclear alliance in history with the U.S., Britain and France as nuclear powers.

One billion people are under NATO’s nuclear umbrella.

“Competitors and potential adversaries” NATO maintains nuclear option against: Russia, China, North Korea and Iran.

NATO maintains the credibility and effectiveness of its nuclear infrastructure and forces.

As long as nuclear weapons exist NATO will remain a nuclear alliance.

Background:

NATO’s Secret Transatlantic Bond: Nuclear Weapons in Europe

Nuclear Weapons and Interceptor Missiles: Twin Pillars of U.S.-NATO Military Strategy in Europe

Under NATO nuclear sharing or burden sharing arrangement

Rick Rozoff is a contributing editor at Antiwar.com. He has been involved in anti-war and anti-interventionist work in various capacities for forty years. He lives in Chicago, Illinois. He is the manager of Stop NATO. This originally appeared at Anti-Bellum.