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Nuclear ambiguity can mean:
- neither confirming nor denying possession of nuclear weapons, see Nuclear weapons and Israel. A policy of deliberate ambiguity.
- problem that launching an attack with a conventional weapon can be mistaken for a nuclear attack, see Prompt Global Strike
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