The Idea of Mutually Assured Destruction as a Reason for Superpowers not to Attack Each Other
The basis for no nuclear strikes between the two superpowers was that there existed a psychology known as Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD). This was the philosophy that both nations understood. They both knew that they held the power to destroy each other completely in the event of an attack. This struck fear in the hearts of both nations, causing little reaction to the current situation. This theory was based on three different ideas. One being that both nations had enough weapons to destroy the other. The second being, both nations can detect a first strike before it arrives. …
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