Dramatic doomsday scenario in which the Cold War fully escalates. The story is told through a live news report that follows the apocalyptic world-ending nuclear exchange between the U.S.A. and the U.S.S.R.
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The PE Nuclear exam is computer-based and administered one day per year. Like other PE exams with small examinee populations, this is a single-day testing event similar to the current pencil-and-paper exams. View the upcoming test date here.
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Regional tensions, the proliferation of nuclear weapons and materials to make them—along with terrorism and new technologies like cyber—mean the risk of a nuclear weapon or device being used is rising. At the same time, governments’ ability to manage increasingly complex global security risks is eroding. 13,100 Nuclear weapons in the world.
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