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The agreement to remove US missiles from Turkey was kept what until when?
Secret 1968
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B_______ in action was Kennedy's threat to use nuclear weapons if the Soviet ships didn't what?
Brinkmanship, retreat
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Khrushchev was left what and thus led to his dismissal in what year?
Humiliated, 1964
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Despite the use of brinkmanship, both leaders showed some form of r?
Restraint
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What is the name of this agreement: banned the testing of nuclear weapons above ground, below water. Signed by what three countries in what year?
Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, Britain, USA, USSR, 1963
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What was the Hotline Telephone link? Between what two countries and initiated when?
A direct telephone link between USA and USSR, 1963
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The concept of what war was used to reduce the dangers of escalating what and reduce co____?
Limited, conflict, confrontation
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The development of MAD (what does it stand for) caused both sides to rethink strategies as they both had enough power to what the other?
Mutually assured destruction, destroy
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They recognised the limits of an all-or-nothing approach leading to 'c_____' which would use smaller whated missiles?
Counterforce, targeted
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B_______ in action was Kennedy's threat to use nuclear weapons if the Soviet ships didn't what?

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Khrushchev was left what and thus led to his dismissal in what year?

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Despite the use of brinkmanship, both leaders showed some form of r?

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What is the name of this agreement: banned the testing of nuclear weapons above ground, below water. Signed by what three countries in what year?

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