DNWS NW 401 Nuclear Policy (NUCPOL)

Classified course of instruction, NucPol is an overview of U.S. nuclear weapons policy develop­ment including issues and challenges facing politicians today. It specifically covers the evolution of U.S. nuclear weapons policy, nuclear deterrence theory, applications of nuclear weapons within the instruments of national policy, factors influencing policy, foreign nation nuclear weapons drivers, and proliferation concerns. A policy-focused tour of the classified Nuclear Weapons Instructional Museum (NWIM) and the course are conducted at the SECRET//RESTRICTED DATA level of classification.

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