The Nuclear Taboo

For most of the 45 years of the Cold War, as a rule, there was a bipolar system and bipolar nuclear rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union. In addition, several countries with the status of superpowers had nuclear weapons – countries like France or Great Britain, and then China, but their arsenal was very limited compared to the arsenals of both US and the Soviet Union.

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Author Jacek Bartosiak
CEO and Founder of Strategy&Future, author of bestselling books.
Date 03 / 2020
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