nuclear parity

nuclear parity

A condition at a given point in time when opposing forces possess nuclear offensive and defensive systems approximately equal in overall combat effectiveness.
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And the film emphasises that her eventual decision to share information with the Soviets had nothing to do with the romantic pressure Leo put on her but was rather motivated by her own idealistic belief that nuclear parity would serve the cause of world peace.
It will be hard for Australia and some capable African nations to resist the temptation for achieving a nuclear parity against the foreseeable Indian nuclear aggression in the IOR.
For once, the size of the military, the superiority of the weapons we hold and the nation's fighting prowess began to look inconsequential, as both claimed to have reached nuclear parity.
The Cold War nuclear order was shaped by the rivalry of two nuclear superpowers, the US and the USSR, their nuclear parity and mutual vulnerability, Singh said.
Most urgently, the U.S.' Oversight Committee revealed that Trump's team have been secretly working to provide nuclear technology to Saudi in an attempt to give it nuclear parity with Iran.
There is a fascinating portrayal of the Whitehall bureaucracy at work in the constant race to maintain a semblance of qualitative nuclear parity with the United States.
The second part of the book not only attempts to dispel the conventional wisdom that nuclear superiority is inherently destabilizing but also challenges the prevailing logic of the stabilizing influence of nuclear parity. Nuclear parity, he points out, was always considered tenuous because it relied on "mutual vulnerability" between adversaries.
'We do not have Full Spectrum Deterrence because nuclear parity or mutual deterrence has pushed the war into another zone, which is ongoing and has not been deterred.
Former defence secretary retired Lt Gen Naeem Khalid Lodhi said: 'We do not have full spectrum deterrence because nuclear parity or mutual deterrence has pushed the war into another zone, which is ongoing and has not been deterred.
A post -nuclear era has proven that nuclear parity with India has been crucially stabilizing factor in the region.
[I have always wondered if nuclear weapons-free zones-far from establishing nuclear parity and safety through mutual deterrence-rather favor emerging nuclear powers which have yet to achieve the celerity, distance and throw weight of the established nuclear powers that guaranteed by mutual deterrence the peace of the world: the US and former Soviet Union, Russia.]
"This is nothing else than Russia's response to the scrapping of the ABM Treaty, the US withdrawal from the ABM Treaty and to the highly active process of creating a global missile defense system, which in the long term was able to break strategic parity, nuclear parity and, in fact, neutralize the strategic forces of Russia," Peskov added.
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