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No, the posession of nuclear weapons and the ability to deliver them over some distance does not in and of itself make a country a "Great Power". The effect of nuclear weapons on the behavior of states that posess them varies from case to case. In most cases, so far, nuclear weapons have exerted a stabilizing influence. But posession of a nuclear weapon may also make a state more adventurous, because it is seen as a guarantee of safety.
IMO Nukes as a weapon are passe (other than when we want to end all life).

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