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A War with Russia Would Go Nuclear. Here's Why.

Dave Majumdar Security, Europe Moscow might resort to nuclear weapons faster than we realize. Simply put, if Russia were faced with a large-scale attack that could defeat its conventional forces, Moscow might resort to nuclear weapons. While a recent RAND Corporation study concluded that Russia could overrun NATO’s member states Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the Baltics within sixty hours, the war games did not simulate the use of nuclear weapons.
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