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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Deterrence (Strategy),
    • United States -- Military policy

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      Other titlesUS regional deterrence strategies, United States regional deterrence strategies
      StatementKenneth Watman, Dean Wilkening ; with John Arquilla, Brian Nichiporuk.
      ContributionsWatman, Kenneth, 1948-, Wilkening, Dean, 1950-, United States. Army., United States. Air Force., Arroyo Center., Project Air Force (U.S.), Rand Corporation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA23 .U252 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 106 p. :
      Number of Pages106
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1099600M
      ISBN 100833015958
      LC Control Number94024372

      Contemporary Deterrence Challenges--Some Thoughts for Leaders and Practitioners -- National Security Strategy “.Deterrence today is significantly more complex to achieve than Such capabilities contest what was recently U.S. dominance across the land, air, maritime, space, and cyberspaceFile Size: 1MB. Discriminate Deterrence: Report of the Commission on Integrated Long-term Strategy Vol Issue 3 of International relations pamphlets: Author: Commission on Integrated Long-Term Strategy (U.S.) Publisher: Department of Defense, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Length: 69 pages: Export Citation.

      On one hand, the spread of nuclear weapons to additional states with unsettled grievances or hegemonic ambitions threatens to destabilize local balances of power and set off regional arms races. In addition, the possible acquisition by terrorists of nuclear weapons or fissile materials creates a threat that may be ’beyond deterrence. A COMPARISON BETWEEN US, UK AND FRENCH NUCLEAR POLICIES AND DOCTRINES Bruno Tertrais Maître de recherche à la Fondation pour la recherche stratégique (FRS) chercheur associé au CERI February The thesis of this paper is that there is .

      Focused deterrence strategies (also referred to as “pulling levers" policing) are problem-oriented policing strategies that follow the core principles of deterrence theory. The strategies target specific criminal behavior committed by a small number of chronic offenders who are . deterrence policies in the Asia-Pacific. In order to inform a debate on how to reshape U.S. assurance and deterrence policies in the Asia-Pacific, half of the DRTF members analyzed some past and present U.S. policies and the objectives of U.S. allies and adversaries in the region. These research projects comprise Part I of this book.


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In particular, this report elucidates the character and motivations of potential regional adversaries that may make them more difficult to deter than the former Soviet Union, the circumstances under which U.S.

deterrent threats will appear credible, and finally the general military requirements that, historically, have correlated with deterrence by: The Paperback of the U.

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With the Cold War over, U.S. national security strategy has shifted away from its focus on the former Soviet Union and toward possible U.S. regional involvements. As a consequence, the applicability to regional adversaries of virtually all the fundamental elements of U.S.

strategy-which were developed during the Cold War with the Soviet Union-must be by: Kenneth Watman is the author of U.S. Regional Deterrence Strategies ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Controlling Conventional Arms. Use Adobe Acrobat Reader version 10 or higher for the best experience.

This report assesses the requirements of a deterrence strategy for application to potential regional adversaries. The authors argue that states content with their status quo (e.g., the former Soviet Union during the Cold War) should be relatively easy to deter, especially from seeking gain, because they are likely to be risk Author: Ken Watman, Dean A.

Wilkening, Brian Nichiporuk, John Arquilla. Much of the classical literature on deterrence focused on U.S. or Soviet nuclear strategy, but deterrence in the modern era also requires understanding the nuclear strategies of regional nuclear powers. Narang offers an analytical framework and typology to understand and characterize the nuclear strategies of six countries: China, France, Israel.

U.S. Regional Deterrence Strategy Author: Ken Watman Subject: This report assesses the requirements of a deterrence strategy for application to potential regional adversaries.

Created Date: 5/26/ PM. Author’s Biography. 1 Preface Introduction Emerging Challenges to Japan’s Security North Korea 9 Chinese Expansionism 17 Changes in Major Power Strategic Relationships 23 The Japan–U.S. Alliance in a Changing Security Environment Japan’s Unique Position File Size: KB.

Examining the reasoning and deterrence consequences of regional power nuclear strategies, this book demonstrates that these strategies matter greatly to international stability and it provides new insights into conflict dynamics across important areas of the world such as the Middle East, East Asia, and South by: Examining the reasoning and deterrence consequences of regional power nuclear strategies, this book demonstrates that these strategies matter greatly to international stability and it provides new insights into conflict dynamics across important areas of the world such as the Middle East, East Asia, and South Asia.

Deterrence is at the center of this unfolding strategy: if nonproliferation policies fail to stop nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) weapons acquisition, the United States needs to be able to deter use or threats of use by regional proliferators when our interests or those of.

Strategy after Deterrence. Ma “A military is built to fight and focus on fighting and fighting to win.” — Xi Jinping at the 19th Party Congress.

One dilemma (among several) for U.S. strategic thinking is the still-powerful influence of the dead hand of Cold War thought. U.S. military forces represent the cutting edge of any NBC deterrence strategy, and regional strategies must rely on this capability to be effective.

If U.S. forces are not prepared to deter and counter NBC proliferation--or are not perceived to have these capabilities--the strategy. As the costs of a preemptive foreign policy in Iraq have become clear, strategies such as containment and deterrence have been gaining currency among policy makers.

This comprehensive book offers an agenda for the contemporary practice of deterrence—especially as it applies to nuclear weapons—in an increasingly heterogeneous global and political setting.

The complexity of the twenty-first century threat landscape contrasts markedly with the bilateral nuclear bargaining context envisioned by classical deterrence theory.

Nuclear and conventional arsenals continue to develop alongside anti-satellite programs, autonomous robotics or drones, cyber operations, biotechnology, and other innovations barely imagined in the early nuclear age.

The concept. As the costs of a preemptive foreign policy in Iraq have become clear, strategies such as containment and deterrence have been gaining currency among policy makers. This comprehensive book offers an agenda for the contemporary practice of deterrence—especially as it applies to nuclear weapons—in an increasingly heterogeneous global and political setting.

Moving beyond the precepts of. The Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis Updating U.S. Deterrence Concepts and Operational Planning 3 redundancy and survivability of America’s critical strategic infrastructure would allow the United States to emerge from a nuclear or other WMD attack able to retaliate and protect its interests.

Tailored Deterrence and Strategic Intentions: Actor-Specific Knowledge for Deterrence and Assurance Strategies. INTRODUCTION. Can behavioral science research into the local knowledge of the personalities and cultures of state and non-state actors provide actor-specific knowledge for tailoring a U.S.

communications strategy designed to deter adversaries, assure allies, and dissuade both. Casualties, public opinion & U.S. military intervention: implications for U.S. regional deterrence strategies.Number Regional deterrence strategies for new proliferation threats}, author = {Kahan, J H}, abstractNote = {The deterrence of armed aggression against the United States, its vital national interests, or its allies has moved beyond the requirements of conventional force deterrence.

The proliferation of nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC.Relinquished nuclear powers: a case study of Libya Braut-Hegghammer, and Marine Corps University (U.S.). Middle East Studies (page images at HathiTrust) ICBM modernization: status, survivable basing issues, and need to reestablish a national consensus: report to the Congress / (Washington, D.C.