nuclear, biological, and chemical-capable nation

nuclear, biological, and chemical-capable nation
A nation that has the capability to produce and employ one or more types of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons across the full range of military operations and at any level of war in order to achieve political and military objectives.

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