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This title emphasizes the role of competing strategic beliefs in the formulation of British nuclear strategies between 1945 and 1964. Based on recently released documents, the British approach to nuclear weapons during this formative period was characterized by paradox and ambiguity. The paradox was that while there was a widespread consensus in political and military circles in favour of nuclear deterrence, there were constant disagreements over the requirements of an effective deterrent policy.

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acid free paper, archival ink

Ambiguity and Deterrence (30x45) (2014)

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  • Size: 48 × 33 in (unframed) / 45 × 30 in (actual image size)
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