Pakistan criticizes new reports saying the state's weapons in south Asia are a threat to American regional interests.
The report says that Pakistan's nuclear weapons production will be a new risk in the escalation of dynamics and security in the region.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal criticized the report on Thursday for "considered a negative focus" on Pakistan.
He pointed to India which he said had the "fastest increase" of nuclear weapons piles.
Pakistan officials say that the country's close-range missiles, which could be equipped with nuclear warheads, would block the country's large neighbor, India, to conduct a sudden attack is limited by conventional forces.
The fragile relationship between Pakistan and America has worsening lately because of allegations that Islamabad is secretly maintaining links with the Taliban and other militant groups fighting American forces in Afghanistan.
Authorities deny that Pakistan has links with militants. [lt]