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****US Military Hard Power (Military Retaliation/Reprisal, Military Preemption, Commando Raids, Assassinations, and Hostage Rescue Missions.)****** Go to scholar.google.com and search for published articles on that theme. Filter your results to show only those works published this year. Select five articles that interest you the most and read them thoroughly. In a well-written paper, provide the following: A description of the theme as our textbook discusses it. What the articles you have selected say about the theme. Where do they agree? Where do they disagree? Now that you have reviewed at least six sources on this theme (our textbook and the five articles), what is your perspective? Papers must adhere to the following guidelines PRIOR to submission on or before the last day of Week 6: The first page of your paper will be a cover sheet correctly formatted according to APA guidelines. This paper will use 1-inch margins, Times New Roman 12-point font, and double spacing. The citations for each article MUST be correctly formatted according to APA guidelines. Do NOT use an automated citation manager to perform this function. Do it manually for this assignment and check your formatting against available APA resources. Excluding the cover page and references, this paper must EXCEED 8 pages of written text. Only COMPLETE paragraphs consisting of an introductory sentence, a full explanation of key points supported with properly cited sources, and a concluding sentence may be used. Only use published articles from academic texts, such as those found at scholar.google.com The entire paper must be original work. It may not include quotes, and at no time should text be copied and pasted. This paper DOES require an introductory paragraph, explicit thesis statement, concluding paragraph, and references page.

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Military retaliation/reprisal:
Also known as the massive deterrence or massive response, military retaliation is defined as a
military doctrine and nuclear strategies whereby the country dedicate itself to retaliating in much
force in case of an attack. Historically, back in 1945, on August, towards the culmination of the
Pacific theater of WW II, the United States of America carried out nuclear attack on Nagasaki
and Hiroshima in Japan. five years later, in August 1949, the Soviet Union, present day, Russia,
created and established its nuclear weapons. During this time, both the United States of America
and Russia were lacking the better means of efficiently using the nuclear weapons against each
other. Consequently, following the establishment of the nuclear triads, both nations begun
increasingly delivering nuclear weapons into the interiors of the opposing nation. It is imperative
to note that the term “military or massive retaliation” was coined by the John Foster Dulles, in a
speech he delivered on January 11, 1953, at the time; he was acting as the Secretary of State in
the Eisenhower administration. In his groundbreaking speech, Dulles suggested that the United
States was ready and prepared to responding to the military provocation, “with means and at
places of our own liking”. His speech and quotes are suggested to be the foundation for the term
military or massive retaliation. In addition, the term help to baking up any form of conventional
defense against military attacks with the massive possible retaliatory attacks that involve heavily
usage of nuclear weapons.
It is noteworthy that the doctrine of massive retaliation was primarily based on the Western
countries. This is because, at the time, there was increasing and growing fear of perceived

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“imbalance of power” in many military forces. This corresponded inability and incapability of
U.S. defending itself or withstand any conventional conflicts. Therefore, by relying and
defending heavily on large nuclear weapons for any defence and deterrence, the then President
Eisenhower strongly believed that it could be possible to reduce the conventional forces while
still enhancing military power and prestige and ability, capability to defend the western bloc. For
instance, suppose there was a conventional attack culminated on Berlin by Russia, the United
States would carry out a massive retaliation on the country by usage of nuclear weapons.
Therefore, it is suggestively true that the “massive response doctrine” was mutually extension of
assured destruction of any form of conventional attack. The massive attacks were conceivably
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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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