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Nuclear Warfare

INTA 2040 - Exam 2

Highly Enriched Uranium uranium has low natural radioactivity; long half-life; finite supply--not equally distributed; <1% is fissile isotopes
Nuclear Weapons and Deterrence security depends on nuclear weapons for deterrence; hard power, soft power
Hard Power weapons (defensive) and military (deterrence) force, economics (esp. economic sanctions)
Soft Power a nation-state is able to influence behavior of other states through means other than military (i.e. capitalism, science and technology)
Smart Power H. Clinton's renaming of "soft power"
MAD mutually assured destruction; refers to Cold War; deterrence strategy; dependent on second-strike capability (retaliation)
"Return Address" Problem
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