Nuclear War in South Asia Could Kill Millions, Unleash Global Starvation and Climate Change: New Study

A new research study, published in the journal Science Advances, concludes that a nuclear exchange between India and Pakistan, which are currently in conflict over Kashmir and engaged in a nuclear arms race with rapidly expanding weapons stockpile and delivery systems, could instantly kill 125 million people and cause global mass starvation.

The findings must force a serious rethinking for the South Asian neighbours and the entire world. The link to the full study is provided below:

Nuclear War Between India and Pakistan Could Kill Millions Worldwide




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