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The Concept of Arctic War

The arctic war is a war of no battlefields. The heads of the states never pursue the policy of war. An arctic war is not a physical war rather it is a challenge to find out the possible solutions in consultation with other leaders within the country or out

The arctic war is a war of no battlefields. The
heads of the states never pursue the policy of war. An arctic war is not a
physical war rather it is a challenge to find out the possible solutions in
consultation with other leaders within the country or outside the country
before war. In other words, an arctic war is nothing but a cold war where 'Cold
War' means such type of silent war where a subjective fact influences one
country towards war by way of long-drawn-out discussion against possible evil
forces. In retreating war, the heads of the states become apprehensive to make
our mind up the crisis in order to portray competence and strength among other
nations of the state. In ruling over a country, one becomes sufferer in respect
of economic crisis, administrative blockades and lack of financial problems,
the head of the states absorb in deep thought to bring out a solution to
determine the problem. In that hypercritical state of affairs of a nation, a
cold war predominates in course of time.


In referring to missile crisis, John F Kennedy has faced a stern
problem and not being contentious, he was being able to succeed to retaliate
such crisis and he saved his countrymen from the serious casualties of war with
modern weapons and missiles. In this context, he made an amazing speech which
has been replicated as hopes and aspirations of the people of America in their
real life situation. He said that, for many years both the Soviet Union and the
United States, distinguishing so called reality, have well thought-out
strategic nuclear weapons with great care, never perplexing the unsteady
statuesque which insured that these weapons would not be worn in the deficiency
of some imperative confront. Their own strategic missiles have never been moved
to the territory of any other nation under a cover of concealment and trickery;
and in American history-unlike that of the Soviets since the concluding stages
of World War II-demonstrates that the people of America have no keenness to
administer or accomplishment over any other nation or force their system upon
its people. Nevertheless, American citizens have become accustomed to living
daily on the Bull's-eye of Soviet missiles positioned inside the U.S.S.R. or in
submarines.


In view of the above, it is evident that missiles in Cuba add to a
previously clear and present hazard-although it should be noted the nations of
Latin America have never previously been subjected to a possible nuclear
threat. But this sneaky, quick, and remarkable buildup of Communist missiles-in
an area well known to have a unusual and historical relationship to the United
States and the nations of the Western Hemisphere, in infringement of Soviet
assurances, and in defiance of American and hemispheric policy-this sudden,
stealthy decision to station premeditated weapons for the first time outside of
Soviet soil-is a deliberately stimulating and awkward change in the statuesque
which cannot be accepted by this country, if bravery and commitment of American
people are ever to be trusted again by either friend or foe.

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