Topic/Research Question: The term “nuclear revolution” refers to nuclear weapons as providing states with the ability to protect their sovereignty and independence not via direct defense but rather through deterrence. Instead of defending ones borders or vital interests with conventional military forces, states could deter enemy attack by threatening to inflict unacceptable damage on an aggressor. As long as they possessed a secure second-strike retaliatory force, in short, they could deter attack by threatening to make an aggressors losses outweigh its gains. However, history has shown that countries with nuclear weapons programs still often engage in international competition and conflict. With this in mind, how does a nations effectiveness in developing a nuclear weapons program, as well as countries’ nuclear aspirations/restraint, effect nuclear proliferation? Reports are 5 pages, double spaced 12 point times new roman font with 1″ margins. The paper should be motivated by a clear research question, have a clear thesis, have consistent citations, and be relatively free of grammatical errors.
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