3 edition of future of nuclear deterrence found in the catalog.
1997 by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington .
Written in English
|Series||S. hrg. ;, 105-159|
|LC Classifications||KF26 .G6739 1997f|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 65 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||98108526|
This book is designed for people who wish to increase their understanding of the political economy of nuclear weapon production and proliferation. It explains the role of military, political, and economic incentives in perpetuating the continued growth. Book Description: Arguing that previous critiques of rational choice and deterrence theory are not convincing, Frank Harvey constructs a new set of empirical tests of rational deterrence theory to illuminate patterns of interaction between rival nuclear powers. The Future s Back Book Summary: The Future's Back provides a valuable framework for organizing and evaluating research on superpower rivalry and nuclear deterrence. Arguing that previous critiques of rational choice and deterrence theory are unconvincing, Frank Harvey constructs a new set of empirical tests of rational deterrence theory to illuminate patterns of interaction between rival.
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In such a context, it is worth noting that Terence Roehrig’s latest book, Japan, South Korea, and the United States Nuclear Umbrella: Deterrence After the Cold War, is the only comprehensive text exclusively focused on Japan and South Korea’s relationship to the U.S.
nuclear deterrent As the policy world agonizes over the future of a. Yet North Korea’s ability to hold the United States homeland at risk with a nuclear weapon raises important questions about the future of extended deterrence commitments and especially the U.S.
Mar 17, · The Future of Nuclear Deterrence. Christopher Ford. Good morning. Let me begin by offering my thanks to the NATO organizers and our gracious Albanian hosts here in Tirana. I’m grateful for the opportunity to offer a few tentative thoughts about the future of nuclear deterrence.
Oct 22, · The Future of Extended Deterrence: The United States, NATO, and Beyond, edited by Stéfanie von Hlatky and Andreas tecknoquestllc.comtown University Press,pp. This edited collection draws on the analysis of workshop participants brought together by the work’s editors to discuss the complex relationship between the US and its European allies in the context of deterrence.
This book recommends a renewed intellectual effort on nuclear deterrence. The rea-sons, spelled out in Chapter Two, are many, but the core principle is straightforward: As long as nuclear weapons are around, even in small numbers, deterrence is the safest doctrine to deal with them.3 This principle is easier to embrace in theory than it is to.
This acount can be warmly recommended to any eager scholar of nuclear deterrence theory or, indeed, anyone interested future of nuclear deterrence book the history of nuclear future of nuclear deterrence book as an instrument of policy.?-Studies in Conflict & Terrorism?Cimbala provides sound research that greatly contributes to ongoing discussions of nuclear deterrence.?-Military ReviewCited by: 8.
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This seminar will take a look at the Weapons Complex from the Manhattan Project to today with projections of what the future holds in store. The speakers have all been engaged in the enterprise for the last 30 years or more and bring both a perspective of how we got where we are today and a vision for what the future needs to be.
In this book. George Quester analyzes the future of nuclear deterrence in light of its past, and discovers that the fundamental tenets of nuclear deterrence remain unchanged. George Quester considers the overwhelming tensions present in a society threatened by the prospect of a nuclear holocaust and a lingering nuclear winter.
Jul 11, · Nato Nuclear Forces After Inf. The Future Of Deterrence. DOI link for The Future Of Deterrence. The Future Of Deterrence book. Nato Nuclear Forces After Inf. By Robbin F Laird, Betsy Jacobs.
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To speculate on the future of nuclear deterrence, this paper reviews the history of the concept of nuclear deterrence and the society from which that concept sprang. It then discusses military utility and counterforce, the nature of nuclear deterrence today, and implications the.
Sep 21, · Deterrence [Lawrence Freedman] on tecknoquestllc.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In this important and groundbreaking new book, Lawrence Freedman develops a distinctive approach to the evaluation of deterrence as both a state of mind and a strategic option.
This approach is applied to post-cold war crisis management5/5(3). As a reader who grew up across the Atlantic, this book served as my first introduction to the Ladybird series.
Based on the standard set in Sir Lawrence Freedman’s Nuclear Deterrence, I have been missing out on a great format. The structure of the book is somewhat unusual in that it both covers a single topic per page and proceeds as a linear tecknoquestllc.com: Aisha Bradshaw. The Future of Extended Deterrence brings together experts and scholars from the policy and academic worlds to provide a theoretically rich and detailed analysis of post–Cold War nuclear weapons policy, nuclear deterrence, alliance commitments, nonproliferation, and missile defense in NATO but with implications far beyond.
The contributors. The Future of Extended Deterrence: The United States, NATO, and Beyond STÉFANIE VON HLATKY. I discuss the future of US extended nuclear deterrence and the possibility of change in nuclear weapons and alliance policies.
While several chapters in this book document and analyze the limits of extended deterrence arrangements, the goal of this. "This book is welcome for the historical analyses of the smaller nuclear powers" —American Political Science Review "Deterrence and Security in the 21st Century is a valuable and provocative contribution to the current debate about the future of nuclear deterrence." —Journal of Strategic Studies.
Nuclear Deterrence. For our purposes today, therefore, the real question concerns the future of deterrence in its specifically nuclear forms – the nuclear species, as it were, of the genus deterrencia. This, in turn, means that we must grapple with ongoing debates about the role that nuclear weapons play in modern security affairs.
Future Challenges in Operationalizing Nuclear Deterrence. Maj. Gen. William A. Chambers, Assistant Chief of Staff for Strategic Deterrence and Nuclear Integration Remarks at the 3rd Annual Nuclear Deterrence Summit, Alexandria, Va., Feb. 18, The Future of Extended Deterrence: The United States, NATO, and Beyond - Ebook written by Stéfanie von Hlatky, Andreas Wenger.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Future of Extended Deterrence: The United States, NATO, and Beyond.
The intermediate-range nuclear forces decision led to a major confrontation in the West between governments and significant segments of public opinion over the legitimacy of nuclear deterrence. The fundamental impact of the revolution of was to suggest that the East-West divide shaping Europe since the end of World War II could be tecknoquestllc.com: Robbin Laird.
FUTURE NUCLEAR WEAPONS MISSION. Post-Cold War Conflict Deterrence examines the meaning of deterrence in this new environment and identifies key elements of a post-Cold War deterrence strategy and the critical issues in devising such a strategy.
It further examines the significance of these findings for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Apr 09, · This calls into question the invulnerability of nuclear-powered ballistic-missile submarines, the most invulnerable retaliatory asset there is.
This article explores the dynamics shaping undersea nuclear deterrence in the second nuclear age and ventures some speculation about how submarine combat may unfold in the coming tecknoquestllc.com by: 6.
Yet it is important to note that the word and the concept had existed beforeamid experiences that seem like a dress rehearsal for what we lived with in the cold war and which might offer important lessons on future "deterrence." And for the non-nuclear world which existed before (and for any non-nuclear world we may have in the Price: $ An exemplary blend of theory and qualitative and quantitative evidence, its conclusions have wide-ranging implications for the way we think about nuclear deterrence."—Alexander Downes, George Washington University "This book makes a major contribution to our understanding of the nuclear challenges that we currently face.
The nuclear straitjacket assumes a specifi c type of this relationship based on the idea that extended nuclear deterrence is a necessary tool for nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament, which are two modalities of renunciation of nuclear weapons.6 It signifi cantly affects the relationship I Cited by: 2.
Feb 03, · The Concept of Nuclear Deterrence dialogue involving different viewpoints about the evolution of nuclear weapon deterrence since World War II. Nuclear deterrence rests on the survivability of nuclear arsenals.
For much of the nuclear age, “counterforce” disarming attacks—those aimed at eliminating an opponent's nuclear forces—were nearly impossible because of the ability of potential victims to hide and protect their tecknoquestllc.com by: Deterrence theory is the idea that an inferior force, by virtue of the destructive power of the force's weapons, could deter a more powerful adversary, provided that this force could be protected against destruction by a surprise attack.
This doctrine gained increased prominence as a military strategy during the Cold War with regard to the use of nuclear weapons and is related to, but distinct.
Reviews "This is an important, difficult book in an area where fresh perspective seems improbable. Deterring a Soviet nuclear attack on the American homeland has always been a relatively undemanding task, and so American strategic planning has been driven by the problem of extending nuclear protection to Western Europe and tecknoquestllc.com by: 3.
Strategic Deterrence: Past, Current, and Future. PANEL ON DETERRENCE CONCEPT UPDATES AND APPROACHES. Michael Wheeler, senior research staff, Institute for Defense Analyses, led the panel titled “Deterrence Concept Updates and Approaches” at the first workshop session.
Preparing to use nuclear weapons as if they were conventional seemed criminal, yet the prospect of nuclear war appeared to encourage a welcome caution all around. If, as it seemed, there was no way of getting out of the nuclear age, then deterrence made the best of a bad job.
Third, it seemed to work. Mar 20, · ~Thomas Shelling, Nuclear Deterrence for the Future, While we strive to repeat the successes nuclear deterrence brought during the Cold War, we cannot be so foolhardy as to believe we will achieve them again using the same theories. As the United States Air Force prepares itself for the future, it must look critically at the manner in.
Apr 20, · Sharpening The Arsenal: India’s Evolving Nuclear Deterrence Policy, by Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (Retd) is a book that comprehensively details out Works For: The Financial Express. Read this book on Questia.
Arguing that previous critiques of rational choice and deterrence theory are not convincing, Frank Harvey constructs a new set of empirical tests of rational deterrence theory to illuminate patterns of interaction between rival nuclear powers.
Think of Nuclear Deterrence as a conversation starter. The book also focuses on the headaches ahead. Besides Iran and North Korea, nuclear terrorism, Russia, and China, the book lifts the veil on future headlines.
What if the current invulnerability of nuclear ballistic missile submarines is eliminated by some technical breakthrough. Abstract. This essay examines the growth of skepticism about the present system of nuclear deterrence. Tucker resists predicting the ultimate outcome, but he views the nuclear debate of this decade as an important ''lapse of faith'' in deterrence and he doubts there will ever be a full restoration of confidence.
Feb 01, · The Future of Alliances and Extended Nuclear Deterrence there seems to be deepening discontent with the notion of nuclear deterrence.
A growing chorus. Examining the future of nuclear deterrence in the s and beyond, this book outlines aspects of the evolving strategic environment. It also projects the likely future of deterrence strategies and strategic force postures. Other topics, such as the Soviet nuclear doctrine are also covered.
The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Matters (ODASD(NM)) is pleased to present the Nuclear Matters Handbookcelebrating over 20 years in print. This book offers an overview of the U.S.
nuclear enterprise and how the United States maintains a safe, secure, and effective nuclear deterrent. This book explores evolving patterns of nuclear deterrence, the impact of new technologies, and changing deterrent force postures in the South Asian region to assess future challenges for sustainable peace and stability.
Under the core principles of the security dilemma, this book analyzes the preva.This book provides a comprehensive account of the mysterious story of Pakistan's attempt to develop nuclear weapons in the face of severe odds. Hassan Abbas profiles the politicians and scientists involved, and the role of China and Saudia Arabia in supporting Pakistan's nuclear infrastructure.COO of New Generation Warfare Center Greg Melcher discusses the technological, political and military landscape of the post-INF Treaty world, nuclear deterrence capabilities of the United States, and the nuclear threat posed by Russia and China.