"It is not a question of if the Americans will commit a nuclear strike but when."
The state had sustained only two nuclear strikes during the war.
Meanwhile the threat of a nuclear first strike still hung over the West.
"I take it there's nothing going on which is likely to require a nuclear strike of any kind?"
Washington even maintains the right to conduct a first nuclear strike.
Guess which one asked about a nuclear first strike.
To him, there was little reason to hold back from a nuclear strike.
She'd come with several options, in case he'd managed to think of an answer to a nuclear strike.
Almost half the city (400 million people) are killed in nuclear strikes.
"A single nuclear strike on any of our cities would probably be enough to destroy the ecology."