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The Superpowers and Deterrence
Alliance and Deterrence
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acquire aggression Alastair Buchan alliance armaments assault atmospheric tests atom bomb B. H. Liddell Hart Big Powers blow bombers capacity catastrophe Chavan chemical weapons China cold conventional forces credible crisis danger decision defence destroy destruction devastation disarms unilaterally doctrine economic Edward Teller effective Europe European allies European countries evacuation explosion fallout fear first-strike foreign France French nuclear full-scale thermonuclear gain guarantee hence Hindusthan Standard hydrogen bombs India interests invulnerable large number limited manufacture nuclear weapons megaton ment military Minister national nuclear force negotiations neutron bomb non-alignment nuclear attack nuclear bomb nuclear capability nuclear Powers nuclear programme nuclear retaliation opponent Pakistan passive resistance peace policy of deterrence potential aggressor potential enemy pre-emptive strike retaliatory forces rivals second World second-strike capability Shastri Soviet Union square miles statesmen super-Powers supersonic surely surprise attack Survival territory thermonuclear age thermonuclear attack thermonuclear weapons tion troops unilateral disarmament unilateralists United warfare warheads Western