Nuclear weapons map: Which country has the most nuclear weapons? Warheads compared

The Arms Control Association (ACA) estimates that Russia has 6,257 in total.

The country divides its stockpile between retired, military-strategic, and strategic deployed warheads.

Russia has retired 1,760 and assigned the bulk – 4,487 – to military-strategic purposes, where both active and inactive warheads await use on military delivery vehicles.

Officials have mounted the remaining 1,458 on ballistic missiles ready for deployment.