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Those sections of the official doctrine do not even categorize Russian nuclear weapons into strategic vs. Nor does the Russian nuclear doctrine list the countries or alliances against which nuclear weapons can be used.
And it must be said that this is not the first time that Western analysts have taken such an unprofessional approach. This has become especially glaring in the run-up to the next NATO summit, which will take place July in Brussels.
It is clear that forces have taken the upper hand on Capitol Hill that are still incapable of imagining the consequences of a nuclear Armageddon. Such a path, even if this scenario proves unlikely, will inevitably lead to a potential undermining of the already fragile non-proliferation regime and a breakdown in the negotiations on establishing control over nuclear facilities, which — and this is not news — very few countries are taking part in at the present time.
For all these reasons, a dangerous future practice like this needs to be reexamined by Washington, in the interests of preserving global stability.
These are not ultimatums, as someone defending US nuclear policy has already tried to portray them. This is a completely natural, logical, and sensible step, which would no doubt be positively received all over the world."There was only one catch, and that was Catch, which specifies that a concern for one's own safety in the face of dangers that were real and immediate was the process of a rational mind.
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