The United States is the only country in the entire world that has ever used a nuclear weapon in the time of war. No other country on the face of the Earth has done this. A great many countries have nuclear weapons in their war chests and have had them for years. Other countries are in the process of trying to develop nuclear weapons under the claims of only to use nuclear power in a peaceful way such as to produce electricity. Here is the question about nuclear weapons and it is one that I have always wondered about since childhood. Except for trying to be the "school ground bully", what right does the United States have to tell any other country that they can, or cannot, possess nuclear weapons? Is it honestly, really any of our business what another country does with their resources? Just because we have been the only country to have used nuclear weapons in a war, in my opinion, doesn't make us as a country the "permission grantor" for another country - good or bad - to have nuclear weapons. What are your views on this subject? I would appreciate your opinion on this subject.