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This chapter reviews the literature on the contextualization of British and South African nuclear politics. It defines Britain’s strategy and analyzes works on British interests relevant to understanding the major themes in South African nuclear politics. This chapter also evaluates the body of literature on the triggers of nuclear proliferation. Focusing on the key factors extracted from the literature survey, this chapter provides answers to the question on the extent of study and research in British and South Africa’s nuclear history, politics, and relations.
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