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The Iranian government had previously repeatedly denied Western accusations that it was responsible. The plane was shot down early on Wednesday, hours after Iran launched a ballistic missile attack on two military bases housing US troops in Iraq in retaliation for the killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani in an American airstrike in Baghdad.
No-one was wounded in the attack on the bases. A military statement carried by state media said the plane was mistaken for a "hostile target" after it turned towards a "sensitive military centre" of the Revolutionary Guard.
It started with the assumption that NATO would launch a nuclear attack on the Vistula river valley in a first-strike scenario, which would result in as many as two million Polish civilian casualties.
Individual Warsaw Pact states were only assigned their own subpart of the strategic picture; in this case, the Polish forces were only expected to go as far as Germany.
The Seven Days to the Rhine plan envisioned that Poland and Germany would be largely destroyed by nuclear exchanges, and that large numbers of troops would die of radiation sickness.
It was estimated that NATO would fire nuclear weapons behind the advancing Soviet lines to cut off their supply lines and thus blunt their advance.
Newspapers speculated when this plan was declassified, that France and the UK were not to be hit in an effort to get them to withhold use of their own nuclear weapons.
Exercise Able Archer was an annual exercise by the U. European Command that practised command and control procedures, with emphasis on the transition from solely conventional operations to chemical, nuclear, and conventional operations during a time of war.
Able Archer exercises simulated a period of conflict escalation , culminating in a coordinated nuclear attack.
The realistic nature of the exercise, coupled with deteriorating relations between the United States and the Soviet Union and the anticipated arrival of strategic Pershing II nuclear missiles in Europe, led some members of the Soviet Politburo and military to believe that Able Archer 83 was a ruse of war , obscuring preparations for a genuine nuclear first strike.
President Ronald Reagan on 23 March Although he later believed in disarmament treaties slowly blunting the danger of nuclear weaponry by reducing their number and alert status, he also believed a technological solution might allow incoming ICBMs to be shot down, thus making the US invulnerable to a first strike.
However, the USSR saw the SDI concept as a major threat, since a unilateral deployment of the system would allow the US to launch a massive first strike on the Soviet Union without any fear of retaliation.
The SDI concept was to use ground-based and space-based systems to protect the United States from attack by strategic nuclear ballistic missiles.
The initiative focused on strategic defense rather than the prior strategic offense doctrine of Mutual Assured Destruction MAD. In peacetime , the nuclear weapons stored in non-nuclear countries are guarded by US airmen though previously some artillery and missile systems were guarded by US Army soldiers; the codes required for detonating them are under American control.
In case of war, the weapons are to be mounted on the participating countries' warplanes. As of [update] , tactical B61 nuclear bombs of the US nuclear weapons believed to be deployed in Europe fall under the nuclear sharing arrangement.
With the initiation of the Cold War arms race in the s, an apocalyptic war between the United States and the Soviet Union became a real possibility.
Many then believed that the conflict was likely to soon escalate into a full-scale war between the three countries, the US, the USSR, and China.
The brilliant landings at Inchon and the cooperative efforts of the American armed forces with the United Nations Allies have won us a victory in Korea.
But this is only the first battle in a major international struggle which now is engulfing the Far East and the entire world. The Berlin Crisis of was a political-military confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union at Checkpoint Charlie with both a number of American and Soviet tanks and troops at stand off at each other only yards on either side of the checkpoint.
The reason behind the confrontation was about the occupational status of the German capital city, Berlin , and of post—World War II Germany.
The crisis culminated in the city's de facto partition with the East German erection of the Berlin Wall. This stand-off ended peacefully on 28 October following a US-Soviet understanding to withdraw tanks and reduce tensions.
The Cuban Missile Crisis : a confrontation on the stationing of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba, in response to the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion , is considered as having been the closest to a nuclear exchange, which could have precipitated a Third World War.
Despite what many believe to be the closest the world has come to a nuclear conflict, throughout the entire standoff, the Doomsday Clock , which is run by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists to estimate how close the end of the world, or doomsday, is, with midnight being the apocalypse, stayed at a relatively stable seven minutes to midnight.
This has been explained as being due to the brevity of the crisis, since the clock monitored more long term factors such as leadership of countries, conflicts, wars, and political upheavals, as well as societies reactions to said factors.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists now credits the political developments resulting from the Cuban Missile Crisis with having actually enhanced global stability.
The Bulletin posits that future crises and occasions that might otherwise escalate, were rendered as more stable due to two major factors:.
The Sino-Soviet border conflict was a seven-month undeclared military conflict between the Soviet Union and China at the height of the Sino-Soviet split in The most serious of these border clashes, which brought the world's two largest communist states to the brink of war, occurred in March in the vicinity of Zhenbao Damansky Island on the Ussuri Wusuli River , near Manchuria.
The conflict resulted in a ceasefire, with a return to the status quo. Critics point out that the Chinese attack on Zhenbao was to deter any potential future Soviet invasions; that by killing some Soviets, China demonstrated that it could not be 'bullied'; and that Mao wanted to teach them 'a bitter lesson'.
China's relations with the USSR remained sour after the conflict, despite the border talks, which began in and continued inconclusively for a decade.
Domestically, the threat of war caused by the border clashes inaugurated a new stage in the Cultural Revolution ; that of China's thorough militarization.
Following the events of , the Soviet Union further increased its forces along the Sino-Soviet border , and in the Mongolian People's Republic.
The Indo-Pakistani War of was a military confrontation between India and Pakistan that occurred during the liberation war in East Pakistan.
The war began with preemptive aerial strikes on 11 Indian Air Force stations, which led to the commencement of hostilities with Pakistan and Indian entry into the war of independence in East Pakistan on the side of Bengali nationalist forces.
The Soviet Union sympathised with the East Pakistanis, and supported the Indian Army and Mukti Bahini 's incursion against Pakistan during the war, in a broader view of recognising that the succession of East Pakistan as Independent Bangladesh would weaken the position of its rivals—the United States and China.
The Soviet Union gave assurances to India that if a confrontation with the United States or China developed, it would take counter-measures.
The United States stood with Pakistan by supporting it morally, politically, economically and materially when U. President Richard Nixon and his Secretary of State Henry Kissinger refused to use rhetoric in a hopeless attempt to intervene in a large civil war.
The U. Nixon feared that an Indian invasion of Pakistan would mean total Soviet domination of the region, and that it would seriously undermine the global position of the United States and the regional position of America's new tactical ally, China.
Nixon encouraged Jordan and Iran to send military supplies to Pakistan, while also encouraging China to increase its arms supplies to Pakistan, but all supplies were very limited.
The Nixon administration also ignored reports it received of the "genocidal" activities of the Pakistani Armed Forces in East Pakistan, most notably the Blood telegram, and this prompted widespread criticism and condemnation—both by the United States Congress and in the international press.
Bush , introduced a resolution in the United Nations Security Council calling for a cease-fire and the withdrawal of armed forces by India and Pakistan.
However, it was vetoed by the Soviet Union, and the following days witnessed the use of great pressure on the Soviets from the Nixon-Kissinger duo to get India to withdraw, but to no avail.
Enterprise and its escort ships arrived on station on 11 December As the war progressed, it became apparent to the United States that India was going to invade and disintegrate Pakistan in a matter of weeks, therefore President Nixon spoke with the USSR General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev on a hotline on 10 December, where Nixon reportedly urged Brezhnev to restrain India as he quoted: "in the strongest possible terms to restrain India with which … you [Brezhnev] have great influence and for whose actions you must share responsibility.
After the war, the United States accepted the new balance of power and recognised India as a dominant player in South Asia; the US immediately engaged in strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries in the successive years.
The Soviet Union, while being sympathetic to Pakistan's loss, decided to engage with Pakistan after sending an invitation through Rodionov to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who paid a state visit to the Soviet Union in to strengthen bilateral relations that continued over the years.
Israel successfully counterattacked. American and Soviet naval forces came close to firing upon each other.
Admiral Murphy of the US reckoned the chances of the Soviet squadron attempting a first strike against his fleet at 40 percent.
A GAO investigation led to the construction of an off-site test facility to prevent similar mistakes. A false alarm occurred on the Soviet nuclear early warning system , showing the launch of American LGM Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missiles from bases in the United States.
A retaliatory attack was prevented by Stanislav Petrov , a Soviet Air Defence Forces officer, who realised the system had simply malfunctioned which was borne out by later investigations.
During Able Archer 83 , a ten-day NATO exercise simulating a period of conflict escalation that culminated in a DEFCON 1 nuclear strike, some members of the Soviet Politburo and armed forces treated the events as a ruse of war concealing a genuine first strike.
In response, the military prepared for a coordinated counter-attack by readying nuclear forces and placing air units stationed in the Warsaw Pact states of East Germany and Poland under high alert.
However, the state of Soviet preparation for retaliation ceased upon completion of the Able Archer exercises. In response, Russian President Boris Yeltsin was summoned and the Cheget nuclear briefcase was activated for the first and only time.
With Earth, it turned out differently since the various human nations were faced with arms some decades ahead of theirs but were soon able to close the gap.
Turtledove approaches the novels' science fiction scenario by focusing less on the technological and fantasy elements that are typically associated with the genre.
He shows more concern for the role of more mundane affairs, such as the political repercussions of an alliance between the Allied and Axis powers, the impact the presence of alien creatures has on human society, and the ways in which warfare is paradoxically a hindrance to civilization and simultaneously a catalyst for the progress of civilization.
The invaders, landing in , stopped the ongoing Holocaust and closed down Auschwitz - for which Jews are understandably grateful; but collaborating with the reptile invaders would brand the Jews as traitors to Humanity.
It ends with neither humanity nor the aliens triumphing. Instead, each side fights to the point that facing mutually-assured destruction , they settle into an uneasy ceasefire.
The aliens want to colonize Earth and have nuclear weapons but want to use them only sparingly. They cannot colonize a radioactive wasteland after a full-scale nuclear exchange.
The invasion ultimately ends when all of the major Allied and Axis powers manage to develop their own nuclear weapons, resulting in a stalemate.
The Race is left in control of roughly half the planet, primarily colonial possessions in the Southern Hemisphere : Africa , South and Central America , Australia , and most of Asia aside from the Soviet Union and a few Japanese coastal holdings.
The second series of novels, set in the s, deals with the interaction between surviving humans and the Race.
Opening with the arrival of the colonization fleet, the series ends with the defeat of Nazi Germany and the establishment of a permanently-manned US space station in the asteroid belt.
The Germans lose and are forced to allow France to become an independent nation again under a new Fourth Republic.
Nonetheless, it is a costly victory for the Race: fighting Germany on its own after 20 years of human technological advancement proved to be much more difficult than fighting all free human nations earlier.
It is left obvious to both sides that long-term trends are in humanity's favor. The Race is also faced with ongoing guerilla wars in much of the territory they conquered, especially by Communists in China and by Islamists in the Arab World.
The Race - confirmed Conservative Monarchists who never developed any concept of Republic, and whose only religion is veneration of their Divine Emperor and the ghosts of past Emperors - find it difficult to understand either Communism or Islam, but can't deny that both are highly effective ideologies motivating humans to fight and cause considerable difficulties to their occupiers.
Another major issue turns out to be ginger - an innocent flavoring in the human cuisine but a powerful narcotic for the Race's metabolism.
This creates problems of addiction and helps create new criminal networks involving both humans and rogue members of the Race.