Massive Retaliation, Do you think was a good thing or not, please explain why?
The aim of massive retaliation is to deter another state from initially attacking. For such a strategy to work, it must be made public knowledge to all possible aggressors. The aggressor also must believe that the state announcing the policy has the ability to maintain second-strike capability in the event of an attack. It must also believe that the defending state is willing to go through with the deterrent threat, which would likely involve the use of nuclear weapons on a massive scale.
please explain why you think what you think, thank you
- 1 month ago
I don't think you understand the meaning of the word "retaliation". By definition it means the other side attacked first.
- yLv 71 month ago
Mutual assured destruction, when did the name change?
- JeromeLv 61 month ago
I like putting names and faces to questions like these. Helps me see what you are trying to say.........
Israel obtain nuclear weapons in Hope's of ever being discovered they have the capability to retaliate and deter if it ever comes to blows.
I say use the tactics of theirs and of old........
David and now they are Goliath.......🤔