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Test 3 Notes: Nuclear and Foreign Policy 1. Propaganda: Biased information to spread influence or change opinions 2. The United States has agencies that spread propaganda. o Information spread inside country about America o Information spread inside country about own country. 3. There is no such thing as War anymore in modern times. 4. E=MC2 – Effect of Nuclear Weapons on Foreign Policy 5. Chain reaction Critical Mass 26 kilotons of destruction 6. Fission is new bomb, as opposed to atom 7. Hydrogen bomb is measured in MEGAtons. 8. MAD – Mutual Assured Destruction (“Because now if both sides are now completely sure that they could completely wipe us out afterwards, then we don’t have to worry who attacks first.”) 9. Nuclear Triad – Missles, Submarines, and Bombers 10. We built enough atomic bombs to make sure no matter what, we could still destroy them. 11. “Theory of the Nuclear Hostage” – We will never attack. 12. 1983 – Most dangerous year of Earth. (Atomic bomb proof shield)
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