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Interpreting Putin's nuclear threat

Russian nuclear forces are on ‘high alert’, but what exactly does this mean?

Grant Newman Fri, 04 Mar 2022

On February 27 it was announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin had placed Russian nuclear forces on “high alert”, which sent shivers around the world as the fear of the war in Ukraine escalating into nuclear conflict took hold.

On the face of it, Putin’s statement was ambiguous,

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Grant Newman Fri, 04 Mar 2022
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