Last edited by Zululmaran
Friday, July 31, 2020 | History

2 edition of Strategic deterrence reconsidered. found in the catalog.

Strategic deterrence reconsidered.

Richard Newton Rosecrance

Strategic deterrence reconsidered.

by Richard Newton Rosecrance

  • 76 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by International Institute for Strategic Studies in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesAdelphi papers -- No.116
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21089137M

  Deterrence remains a primary doctrine for dealing with the threat of nuclear weapons in the 21st century. In this book, Thérèse Delpech calls for a renewed intellectual effort to address the relevance of the traditional concepts of first strike, escalation, extended deterrence, and other Cold War–era strategies in today's complex world of additional superpowers (e.g., China), smaller. The conflict between India and Pakistan near the town of Kargil in contested Kashmir was the first military clash between two nuclear-armed powers since the Sino-Soviet war. Kargil was a landmark event not because of its duration or casualties, but because it contained a very real risk of nuclear escalation. Until the Kargil conflict, academic and policy debates over nuclear.

J. Russell / Strategic Stability Reconsidered - 10 - point is the United States, for example, which, while embracing the concept of nuclear deterrence, has made a point of not foreswearing the first use of nuclear weapons, and has repeatedly articulated a range of plausible conditions under which the weapons would be used.3 The paper agrees. This book examines these six decades of research for lessons relevant to the current and future strategic environments. Among its conclusions are that U.S. domestic politics inevitably requires some considerable reliance on deterrence and that deterrence remains relevant to most of the threats the United States is likely to face, from near-peer.

  Deterrence is a relatively simple idea: one actor persuades another actor – a would-be aggressor – that an aggression would incur a cost, possibly in the form of unacceptable damage, which would far outweigh any potential gain, material or political. The involvement of at least two actors makes deterrence a complicated social interaction. It is very much about human nature, psychology and. Strategic deterrence is a national military strategy which is designed to deter, or discourage other nations from attacking. Nuclear weapons are stockpiled for this purpose. Nations do not want to.


Share this book
You might also like
Webster

Webster

He sailed with Captain Cook

He sailed with Captain Cook

Sound of nature

Sound of nature

Portrait of population, series 3, Assam

Portrait of population, series 3, Assam

Soviet view of NATO.

Soviet view of NATO.

dream come true

dream come true

Harlow

Harlow

Pesticide residue analysis using supercritical fluid retraction.

Pesticide residue analysis using supercritical fluid retraction.

Improvement of the Washington Harbor

Improvement of the Washington Harbor

Range relationships of elk and cattle in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba

Range relationships of elk and cattle in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba

Bookpeople

Bookpeople

Gustav Peichl

Gustav Peichl

Strategic deterrence reconsidered by Richard Newton Rosecrance Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Strategic Cyber Deterrence, Scott Jasper breaks down the theory and practice of deterrence within the realm of cyberspace and argues that the traditional approaches of deterrence by retaliation, denial, and entanglement fail as strategic options.5/5(1).

Description: 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.

Strategic deterrence Strategic deterrence reconsidered. book (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. University of Kentucky Press,pp. James Dubik’s Just War Reconsidered uses just war theory as a lens to examine the political and moral responsibility of military officers and policy makers at the strategic and operational level of war.

Dubik’s central claim is. " Strategic Deterrence of Sequential Entry into an Industry," RAND Journal of Economics, The RAND Corporation, vol. 15(1), pagesSpring. Michael Waldman, " Noncooperative Entry Deterrence, Uncertainty, and the Free Rider Problem," Review of Economic Studies, Oxford University Press, vol.

54(2), pages   The 50% Solution (Garden City: Anchor Books ), – 51 Quoted in Hunt, Michael, Frontier Defense and the Open Door (New Haven: Yale Universty Press ), Richard, Strategic Deterrence Reconsidered, Adelphi Paper No. (London: International Institute of Strategic Studies ), R. Rosencrance, Strategic Strategic deterrence reconsidered.

book Reconsidered, Adelphi Paper no (London: The International Institute for Strategic Studies, ), P. The New York Review of Books 30 (16 June ), p. 6: The deterrence the bishops conditionally approve is deterrence only of nuclear war.

Finally he contends that the revolution in military affairs can promote less reliance on deterrence by retaliatory threats, support better collective management of peace and security and permit us to outgrow nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction. This new major work builds upon Patrick Morgan's landmark book, Deterrence ().

Rosecrance, Strategic Deterrence Reconsidered, pp. 28– For a discussion of the special case of pivotal deterrence (largely based on non-nuclear examples) see Timothy W.

Crawford, Pivotal Deterrence: Third-Party Statecraft and the Pursuit of Peace (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, ). Miller, ‘Zero and Minimal Nuclear Weapons. Abstract. Deterrence has not prevented the world from changing. 1 We have gone a long way since the young and inexperienced nuclear powers tried to come to grips with the bomb, to integrate it into their strategy and to make it a persuasive tool not just for this strategy but also for their diplomacy.

The early days of deterrence were characterized by four main features: an erstwhile. Just War Reconsidered By: James M. Dubik Reviewed by: Doyle Hodges James Dubik’s Just War Reconsidered uses just war theory as a lens to examine the political and moral responsibility of military officers and policy makers at the strategic and operational level of war.

Dubik’s central claim is that just war theory is incomplete. The appeasement of Nazi Germany by the western democracies during the s and the subsequent outbreak of World War II have been a major referent experience for U.S.

foreign policymakers since From Harry Truman's response to the outbreak of the Korean War to George W. Bush's decision to overthrow Saddam Hussein, American presidents have repeatedly affirmed the lesson of Munich and 4/5(1).

WASHINGTON — In the last six months, U.S. Strategic Command has begun performing daily analysis on the state of nuclear deterrence in each of the regional. Deterrence was the linchpin of U.S. strategy for decades, but the context for deterrence has changed markedly. Instead of a single, near-peer opponent, the U.S.

faces an array of possible attackers with differing capabilities and tolerances for risk. Reports/Essays May - "Rethinking Deterrence" Forthcoming - “Deterrence in a Cyber Age” July - “ U.S.

Efforts to Deter Hostile. Advocating Removing Strategic Bomber from Triad, New Nuclear Dyad, History of Bomber Mission and the Way Ahead for Strategic Deterrence By Progressive Management (compiler) This action would ensure a credible threat of a second strike, which ultimately, would result in the increase of effectiveness of our deterrent.

Israel’s Nuclear Ambiguity Reconsidered Posted on Oct, in Secrecy by Steven Aftergood The Israeli policy of “nuclear opacity” — by which that country’s presumptive nuclear weapons program is not formally acknowledged — is examined in the new book “The Worst-Kept Secret: Israel’s Bargain with the Bomb” by Avner Cohen.

Gray, Colin S.,“Strategic Stability Reconsidered, ” Daedalus (Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences), (4), fall Hafner, Donald, “The Strategic Defense Initiative and Nuclear Deterrence,Daedalus, spring Hart, Douglas M.,“Soviet Approaches to Crisis Management: The Military Dimension, ”Sur.

Strategic Stability Reconsidered In an important article published inJohn Steinbruner claimed: "As the United States force posture has evolved over the past 15 years, the idea of stabil ity has emerged as the central strategic objective, and the asserted conceptual.

Strategic deterrence reconsidered (Adelphi papers) Paperback $ Paperback $ Hardcover Next page > Books By Richard N. Rosecrance Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances: Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide: Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data.

Research on conflict theory, that is, studies of conflict or war using formal reasoning or mathematical approaches, is cross-classified by eight analytic approaches and eight areas of application. Deterrence as a strategic concept evolved during the Cold War. During that period, deterrence strategy was aimed mainly at preventing aggression against the United States and its close allies by the hostile Communist power centers--the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and its allies, Communist China and North Korea.The IMA Strategic Plan is a living document that is currently being updated by a team of Goal and Objective Champions that have been assigned by the Director of IMA.

The Goal and Objective Champions are reviewing and updating the plan and we will post revisions to this book when new information becomes available. Installation Management Agency.NEW DATES!

Strategic Deterrent Coalition Symposium May 5 - 6 Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa. North Road (Route ), Groton, CT, The Board of Directors of the Strategic Deterrent Coalition has rescheduled the SDC Symposium for May 5 - 6, at the Mystic Marriott Hotel in Groton, CT.