Global stocks of weapons uranium

Russia United States France United Kingdom China Pakistan India Israel North Korea Kazakhstan Germany Japan Netherlands Canada Belgium South Africa Italy Belarus Poland Countries with nuclear weapons Countries without nuclear weapons 695 metric tons 604 31 21 16 3 metric tons 1,764 pounds 661 92 10 metric tons 1 1 metric ton 1,609 pounds 1,543 less than 1,102 1,322* 220 176 66 South Africa is one of ten countries in the world that don’t have nuclear arsenals, but possess the roughly 33 pounds of highly-enriched uranium needed to build an atom bomb. The figures below include fresh bomb-grade uranium and similar uranium that has been irradiated in reactors and is contained in used reactor fuel. The latter materials would have to be processed before being available for use in weapons. (Figures reflect low end where a range is given) *485 pounds of this is in a form and quality that could be directly used in a weapon. Source: James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, estimate for Poland by two current and former government officials. Source: International Panel on Fissile Materials 2013
Russia United States France United Kingdom China Pakistan India Israel North Korea Kazakhstan Germany Japan Netherlands Canada Belgium South Africa Italy Belarus Poland Countries with nuclear weapons Countries without nuclear weapons 695 metric tons 604 31 21 16 3 metric tons 1,764 pounds 661 92 10 metric tons 1 1 metric ton 1,609 pounds 1,543 less than 1,102 1,322* 220 176 66 South Africa is one of ten countries in the world that don’t have nuclear arsenals, but possess the roughly 33 pounds of highly-enriched uranium needed to build an atom bomb. The figures below include fresh bomb-grade uranium and similar uranium that has been irradiated in reactors and is contained in used reactor fuel. The latter materials would have to be processed before being available for use in weapons. (Figures reflect low end where a range is given) Source: International Panel on Fissile Materials 2013 *485 pounds of this is in a form and quality that could be directly used in a weapon. Source: James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, estimate for Poland by two current and former government officials.
Russia United States France UnitedKingdom China Pakistan India Israel North Korea Kazakhstan Germany Japan Netherlands Canada Belgium South Africa Italy Belarus Poland Countries with nuclear weapons Countries without nuclear weapons 695 metric tons 604 31 21 16 3 metric tons 1,764 pounds 661 92 10 metric tons 1 1 metric ton 1,609 pounds 1,543 less than 1,102 1,322* 220 176 66 South Africa is one of ten countries in the world that don’t have nuclear arsenals, but possess the roughly 33 pounds of highly-enriched uranium needed to build an atom bomb. The figures below include fresh bomb-grade uranium and similar uranium that has been irra-diated in reactors and is contained in used reac-tor fuel. The latter materials would have to be processed before being available for use in weapons. (Figures reflect low end where a range is given) Source: International Panel on Fissile Materials 2013 *485 pounds of this is in a form and qualitythat could be directly used in a weapon. Source: James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, estimate for Poland by two current and former govern-ment officials.