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Nuclear Forces

Author : Leon Rosenfeld
ISBN : UOM:39015065957444
Genre : Nuclear physics
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Category: Nuclear physics

Nuclear Force

Author : Md. uddin
ISBN : 9781312723030
Genre :
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Between Scylla And Charybdis

Author : Carl William Dossel
ISBN : STANFORD:36105082075495
Genre : Europe
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This thesis, which examines the issue of nuclear weapons in Europe, is divided into two major parts. The first traces the history of nuclear weapons and doctrine associated with NATO and the Warsaw Pact from 1945 through 1985. Drawing on this historical perspective, the second part critically examines current conventional and nuclear force structure and doctrine. Briefly, it concludes that NATO's approach to nuclear force structure and doctrine might be charitably labled 'ad hoc'. In view of present and projected Warsaw Pact conventional and nuclear capabilities, the credibility of flexible response suffers accordingly. To remedy this situation, a series of recommendations are made, the gist of which are: adoption of a mobile conventional defense; removal of battlefield nuclear weapons from Europe, and the enhancement of the survivability of theater strategic systems while seeking the ultimate elimination of theater nuclear weapons on both sides through arms control talks. Keywords: Theater Nuclear Weapons (TNW); Theater Nuclear Forces (TNF); Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF).
Category: Europe

Strategic And Theater Nuclear Forces

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services
ISBN : UCR:31210019228319
Genre : United States
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Category: United States

U S Strategic Nuclear Forces

Author : Amy F. Woolf
ISBN : 9781437920437
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Contents: (1) Introduction; (2) Background: The Strategic Triad: Force Structure and Size During the Cold War; Force Structure and Size After the Cold War; Future Force Structure and Size; (3) Strategic Nuclear Delivery Vehicles: Ongoing Plans and Programs: (a) Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles: Peacekeeper; Minuteman III; Minuteman Modernization Programs; Future Programs; (b) Submarine Launched Ballistic Missiles: The SSGN Program; The Backfit Program; Basing Changes; Warhead Issues; Modernization Plans and Programs; Future Programs; (c) Bombers: B-1 Bomber; B-2 Bomber; B-52 Bomber; Future Bomber Plans; (4) Issues for Congress: Force Size; Force Structure; Safety, Security, and Management Issues. Illustrations.
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Russian Strategic Nuclear Forces

Author : Oleg Bukharin
ISBN : 0262661810
Genre : Political Science
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A comprehensive databook of technical and institutional facts about the Soviet and Russian nuclear arsenal.
Category: Political Science

Nuclear Forces

Author : Silvan S. Schweber
ISBN : 9780674065536
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What drove Nobel-winning physicist Hans Bethe, head of Theoretical Physics at Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project, to later renounce the weaponry he had worked so tirelessly to create? That is one of the questions answered by Nuclear Forces, a riveting biography of Bethe’s early life and development as both a scientist and a man of principle.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Managing India S Nuclear Forces

Author : Verghese Koithara
ISBN : 9780815722663
Genre : Political Science
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India is now enmeshed in the deterrence game—actively with its traditional adversary Pakistan, and potentially with China. At the same time it is finding easier access to fissile materials and strategic technologies. In order to deal with these developments safely and wisely, the nation needs a much more sophisticated and multidisciplinaryunderstanding of the strategic, technological, operational, and cost issues involved in nuclear matters. In this important book, Indian strategic analyst Verghese Koithara explains and evaluates India's nuclear force management, encouraging a broad public conversation that may act as a catalyst for positive change before the subcontinent experiencesunthinkable carnage. The defense management system of a nuclear power absolutely needs to be sound and thorough. In addition to the considerable demands of managing its nuclear forces, it also must control conventional forces in a manner that forestalls nuclear escalation of a conflict by either side. Expanding and upgrading nuclear forces without enhancing deterrence is dangerous and should be avoided. India's nuclear force management system is grafted onto a woefully inadequate overall system of defense management. Koithara dissects all of these issues and suggests a way forward, drawing on recent developments in deterrence theory around the world.
Category: Political Science

Future Roles Of U S Nuclear Forces

Author : Glenn C. Buchan
ISBN : 0833029177
Genre : History
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This study examines the possible roles of nuclear weapons in contemporary U.S. national security policy. The United States has a range of nuclear strategies and postures among which to choose: from abolition of U.S. nuclear weapons, aggressive reductions and "dealerting," "business as usual, only smaller," more aggressive nuclear posture, to nuclear emphasis. The nation should have the operational flexibility to in fact use a modest number of nuclear weapons if the need were overwhelming and other options were inadequate.
Category: History

The Origin Of The Concept Of Nuclear Forces

Author : L.M Brown
ISBN : 0750303735
Genre : Science
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The concept of fundamental nuclear forces emerged gradually during the start of the 1930s and reached our present level of description some time before the 1950s. The Origin of the Concept of Nuclear Forces presents a unified, comprehensive account of the history of this important part of the modern scientific worldview. In addition, the authors, foremost experts in the field, examine the sociological and philosophical aspects of the story in light of the various theories of scientific development. The book contains analyses of published work, archival materials, and original interviews. It will be appealing primarily to historians of science and physicists interested in the roots of their field.
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Nuclear Forces

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ISBN : OCLC:889268743
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Nuclear Forces

Author : Hideki Yukawa
ISBN : OCLC:749445391
Genre :
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U S Strategic Nuclear Forces

Author : United States. Congressional Budget Office
ISBN : PURD:32754074124052
Genre : Air defenses
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Category: Air defenses

U S Nuclear Forces And Arms Control Policy

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Defense Policy Panel
ISBN : UOM:39015039052157
Genre : Intercontinental ballistic missiles
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Category: Intercontinental ballistic missiles