‘After the World War II, nuclear weapons were never used, and were only employed as a strategic threat. During the heightened days of the Cold War, many crises arose in Suez Canal, Korea, Cuba and Vietnam when the US and the former Soviet Union were willing to use atomic weapons, but they stopped because of the fear of nuclear war which could result into political suicide of both the super powers. Therefore, the two rivals preferred to resolve their differences through diplomacy.

But, case of the present world is quite different, as the nexus of the US, India and Israel which is being led by the emotional and racist approach of the American President Donald Trump may result in to nuclear wars among the atomic powers.

In this regard, tensions accelerated between the US and North Korea on August 11, this year, when American President Trump again highlighted the threat by saying, “The US military solutions are now fully in place” against North Korea.’

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