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Published by Ministry of Supply and Services in Ottawa .
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StatementDept. of Energy, Mines and Resources.
SeriesReport -- no. ER81-2E
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Open LibraryOL14831936M
ISBN 100662115929

@article{osti_, title = {Nuclear weapons and foreign policy}, author = {Kissinger, H.A.}, abstractNote = {The publisher feels this account by the former Secretary of State is as relevant today as when it was first published in They feel that Dr. Kissinger's premise is still valid: Humankind's means of self-destruction are becoming ever more efficient, and the world continues to be.   Sharpening The Arsenal: India’s Evolving Nuclear Deterrence Policy, by Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (Retd) is a book that comprehensively details out India’s nuclear capabilities vis-à .   This is the text-book definition of nuclear war-fighting. This new policy deliberately blurs the line between nuclear and conventional forces and eliminates a clear firewall. “The decision to deploy another type of low-yield weapon—this one on submarines—is consistent with the new emphasis on nuclear war-fighting. Existing U.S. B61 bombs. NUCLEAR MATTERS MISSION FOCUS AREAS. NMSS is the Nuclear Matters lead for engagement and activities related to the Nuclear Weapons Council, the Nuclear Deterrent Enterprise Review Group, and the Strategic Radiation-Hardened Electronic Council, among others.


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