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    agree with the previous writer in terms of the risk Khrushchev took by placing nuclear missiles on Cuba. However, the risk lay largely in the fact that the Soviet deployment was done in secret rather than an in the open deployment of these weapons itself. I would even speculate that a skillful public announcement of the Soviet intentions, perhaps through the United Nations, in which the Khrushchev explained that US nuclear missiles in Europe pointing at the Soviet Union is comparable for the…

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    The Soviet Union believed that by having the nuclear weapons 90 miles off the coast of American territory it would serve as a balancing act due to American’s storing nuclear weapons in Turkey. The tension between the Soviet Union and America grew so large, it became known as the closest the world has ever been to a nuclear war. Cuba is arguably the most problematic area during the Cold War due to the unrest felt between the two main…

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    In 2011 there was a nuclear meltdown in Fukushima due to a tsunami and an earthquake. There was word-wide horror at the amount of radiation that escaped from Fukashima’s reactors; however, that amount was minimal when compared to the degree of radiation that fell on Japan in the nuclear bombings of 1945. And yet, getting the world to transition from destructive nuclear bombs to progressive nuclear power required much convincing. There was a speech given by a modest man, who, at the time, was…

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    most focused on is nuclear deterrence (Schelling). Nuclear deterrence focuses on how nuclear weapons raise the cost of war to unacceptably high measures, which falls right in line with Waltz’s neorealist ideals. This would entice countries to avoid the risk of the usage of nuclear weapons. Of course this only is a viable option to avoid war if the states had nuclear weapons and had demonstrated a willingness to use the weapons. Pluto and Saturn are not seeking to develop nuclear capabilities,…

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    atomic bomb. Nuclear power used within an atomic bomb is created from highly reactive, manmade elements that are not meant to be handled without protection. These sensitive materials lead to any and everything within reach being harmed following detonation. Nuclear blasts are responsible for many immediate and residual medical issues including burns, genetic mutations, and cancers that can lead to physical ailments due to their release of…

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    coming into the pacific war and many other reason meaning the bombing using nukes could have been avoided. In the end, everyone will have there own opions but with a little more patients from the united states the killing of many civilians using Nuclear weapons in japan ould have been avoided as a result of Russia coming into the war, Japan not being…

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    Project would usher the world new era of warfare, because it allowed humans to become gods, and create the most important and impactful invention. The atomic bomb, and nuclear weapons would influence the way humans waged with war with one another. The stakes were instantly raised because of the level of destruction just one weapon had. This breakthrough in science would lead to the death…

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    A difficult question that surrounds the idea of the Cold War is what we all have heard since high school history class, did atomic weapons cause the cold war, or at the very least, accelerate it? According to many historians, the Cold War was a conflict of two main objectives; the development of nuclear weapons and the fear of communism and soviet expansion. With these two key characteristics, it is only logical to say that the Cold War was a spawn of both of them combined. It began as a…

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    Two with the destruction of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by American atomic weapons. This led to the rapid surrender of Japanese forces, causing the U.S. To possess the most dangerous and destructive weapons, known to mankind. But the soviets did not want this to be the case and rapidly started developing atomic weapons of their own, this beginning a new generation of warfare, a nuclear arms race, which would last four four decades until the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.…

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    quotes about World War III are “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones” ~ Albert Einstein (2005) (1). “Do you know how many times we’ve come close to World War Three over a flock of geese on a computer screen.” ~ Alan Moore (2). These quotes shows that World War III will possibly happen any day with weapons that we never seen before but World War IV will be fought with weapons that are hideous and an disgrace to history.…

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