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This was seen as a continuation of a long-standing commitment to tactical nuclear weapons which went right back to the 1950s and should be seen in the context of a belief that small nuclear wars can be fought and a posture that the first use of nuclear weapons may sometimes be necessary.
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The role played by scientists in opposing nuclear weapons policy in Britain has been underestimated or discounted in much of the historical literature on the 1940s and 1950s. In fact an active and vocal section of scientific opinion attempted to organize public opposition to nuclear weapons. This article describes their activities. It also assesses their significance in the wider anti-nuclear weapons movement in the years leading to the foundation of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
In short, we have entered the second nuclear age. In this provocative and agenda-setting book, Paul Bracken of.Frank in its tone and farsighted in its analysis, The Second Nuclear Age is the essential guide to the new rules of international politics. In this provocative and agenda-setting book, Paul Bracken of Yale University argues that we need to pay renewed attention to nuclear weapons and how their presence will transform the way crises develop and escalate. He draws on his years of experience analyzing defense strategy to make the case that the United States needs to start thinking seriously about these issues once again, especially as new countries acquire nuclear capabilities.
The idea that nuclear weapons could keep the world from a new big war .
American economist Jacob Viner said that nuclear weapons could perform a dual function: guarantee peace-making between states and be an effective deterrent force (Rosenberg, 1983). However, Gaddis attributed the long peace not to nuclear weapons but to the absence of political reasons for starting a big war between the superpowers. By the beginning of the 18th century, there emerged a new type of wars- succession wars.
Until last year, it was assumed that NATO would hold back until facing defeat in a conventional war before escalating to nuclear weapons. Now, however, early use is the policy. Nuclear planners at NATO HQ talk openly of demonstration shots with nuclear weapons at the beginning of the hostilities.