Nuclear Weapons and the Threat They Pose
Saber rattling is growing more and more insistent in certain parts of the world, and with nuclear weapons on the table, the stakes are high. Yet for all the media hype surrounding these threats, few can elaborate on the meanings of strategic and theater nuclear weapons, the differences between atomic and hydrogen bombs or what it all really means.
With characteristic straightforwardness, Dr. Nadav Morag cuts through the buzz to outline the facts in a clear and understandable way. Get informed on why North Korea and Iran have the world on high alert, which weapons fall under the nuclear umbrella and why these weapons are so deadly. Continue reading...
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