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  • 1Nuclear triad — Nuclear weapons History Warfare Arms race Design Testing Effects Delivery Espionage …

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  • 2Nuclear utilization target selection — (NUTS) is a theory regarding the use of nuclear weapons often contrasted with mutually assured destruction (MAD). NUTS theory at its most basic level asserts that it is possible for a limited nuclear exchange to occur and that nuclear weapons are …

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  • 3Nuclear weapons testing — Nuclear weapons History Warfare Arms race Design Testing Effects Delivery Espionage …

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  • 4Nuclear Secrets — Genre Docudrama Written by Mark Halliley · Nick Perry Directed by Chris Bould · Toby Sculthorpe · …

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  • 5Nuclear-weapon-free zone —      Nuclear Weapon Free Zones      NW states    &#16 …

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  • 6Nuclear strategy — Nuclear weapons History Warfare Arms race Design Testing Effects Delivery Espionage …

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  • 7Nuclear weapons and Israel — Israel Nuclear program start date mid to late 1950s[1] First nuclear weapon test Unknown; possible join …

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  • 8Nuclear weapons delivery — Contents 1 Main delivery mechanisms 1.1 Gravity bomb 1.2 Ballistic missile …

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  • 9nuclear strategy — ▪ military Introduction  the formation of tenets and strategies for producing and using nuclear weapons.       Nuclear strategy is no different from any other form of strategy in that it involves relating military means to political ends. In this …

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  • 10Nuclear weapons in popular culture — A nuclear fireball lights up the night in a United States nuclear test. Since their public debut in August 1945, nuclear weapons and their potential effects have been a recurring motif in popular culture,[1] to the extent that the decades of the …

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  • 11Nuclear arms race — United States and USSR/Russia nuclear stockpiles Nuclear weapons …

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  • 12Nuclear proliferation — World map with nuclear weapons development status represented by color.   Five nuclear weapons states from the NPT …

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  • 13Nuclear program of Iran — See also: Iran and weapons of mass destruction Nuclear program of Iran …

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  • 14Nuclear weapons and Ukraine — Weapons of mass destruction …

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  • 15Nuclear program of Saudi Arabia — Weapons of mass destruction …

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  • 16Nuclear freeze — The nuclear freeze was a proposed agreement between the world s nuclear powers, primarily the United States and the then Soviet Union, to freeze all production of new nuclear arms and to leave levels of nuclear armament where they currently were …

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  • 17Nuclear Weapons —    In 1991, the Russian Federation emerged as the legal successor to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), including the defunct nation’s right to possess nuclear weapons under the 1968 Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT). At the… …

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  • 18Nuclear fallout — Fallout redirects here. For other uses, see Fallout (disambiguation). Nuclear weapons History Warfare Arms race Design Testing …

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  • 19nuclear submarine — noun a submarine that is propelled by nuclear power • Syn: ↑nautilus, ↑nuclear powered submarine • Hypernyms: ↑submarine, ↑pigboat, ↑sub, ↑U boat * * * nuclear submarine, a subm …

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  • 20Nuclear warfare — Nuclear War redirects here. For other uses, see Nuclear War (disambiguation). Warfare Military history Eras Prehistoric Ancie …

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