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    because their decisions sometimes were not heard or minimized. This is the way to demonstrate other countries especially power countries that they also could do what they were doing. In the other hand, the PRC also find the way o make nuclear weapons. The nuclear weapons that they did not want to be part of Russia even though they were a communist country. The way that they think that the cold war should be was a battle between the communist and the democratic countries. This was not the only…

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    because of this. Also, the competition of military weapons and technological advances began between these two. This war not only affected these two countries, but to many other countries. But only one superpower had to become victorious in a way. The impact of the Cold War on life during the 1950’s and 1960’s can be measured military and socially; and the struggle between democracy and communism still exist in the 21st Century through North Korea’s nuclear threat. To start off, the impact of…

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    crucial in the Cold War. In 1949, the Soviet Union ended the United States nuclear monopoly, and the U.S was not prepared for this (Holloway, P. 384). It was not the quantity of nuclear weapons that caused concern; it was the vast increase in their destructive power as the hydrogen bomb replaced the atomic bomb, and missiles fired across continents replaced bombs dropped by planes. Using (and developing) nuclear weapons came with a great responsibility that was not to be taken lightly. During…

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    anthropocentric thinking that ignores the beauty of life around us. The power of nuclear bombs was fully realized in 1945 when the Americans dropped two bombs on Heroshima and Nagasaki killing more than 100,000 people. The awesome power of this weaponry created wide spread fear and the distrust that sparked what became known as the Cold War, and humans became particularly focused on the dangers these nuclear weapons posed to their lives. In this focus, humanity appeared to forget the fact that…

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    due to the ingenuity and audaciousness of naval leadership. Because of this, the United States has cemented itself as a global naval power. Nuclear technology has changed the United States Navy dramatically by enhancing the productivity of sea vessels and will continue to play a major role in the nation’s military dominance in the future. Interest in nuclear energy emerged in the 1940s and came into the forefront after the destruction of highly-populated Japanese cities caused by the atomic…

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    their nuclear arsenal. People that think it should be kept make arguments like how nuclear weapons help keep the U.S safe and how they can be used if there were to be any sort of war. On the contrary People that feel our nuclear weapons should be dismantled say our nuclear weapons cost too much to be kept and they make us seem hostile to other nations. So should the U.S keep its nuclear arsenal? Well there are lots of pros and cons to both sides of this argument. Some say one day nuclear weapons…

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    would be Weapons of Mass Destruction or WMDs, in particular nuclear bombs. Nuclear weapons are an extremely important issue for the countries who have them. They are also important for the countries trying very hard to develop them. However, since only certain States in the world have actually generated the ability to produce them, then only those States truly have a say in how they are handled. Even though all States in the world could be affected by a nuclear war, a State with a nuclear weapon…

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    the Pacific theater, the United States ultimately decided to use its new weapon that they have been developing in the top-secret Manhattan Project, the atomic bomb, on Japan on August 6th, 1945. The United States, including Truman and top military officials such as Secretary of War Stimson, opted to use the weapon for a variety of reasons including drawing the war to a quick end. While the U.S. ultimately used nuclear weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, other options were available for the top…

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    Feb. 2017 LEQ for 1.62% Extra Credit Throughout history weapons have helped unite, conquer, and overthrow powerful empires. Warfare has changed so greatly over time due to weapons becoming more technologically advanced and much more deadly. During the time period 1500-2017 weapons have changed drastically. Weapons have progressed from new steel weaponry during the mid-century to cyber warfare making itself known during the past…

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    to catch up once more. Hence the we moved towards building a number of long range missiles including Atlas, ICBMs, jupiter, IRBMs and SLBMs. Thus USA did have a technological edge over the USSR, but USSR kept challenging that not just by their nuclear weapons but even by their space satellites as in 1957 Sputnik 1 was launched by the soviets and it was the first ever artificial…

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