|1. Some Articulated Assumptions3|
|An Image of the International System4|
|The Uses and Limits of Simplification8|
|Realism and Utopianism in Politics10|
|The Moral Neutrality of Weapons11|
|The Arms Policy Continuum12|
|Organization and Rationale15|
|PART I-- DETERRENCE: SURVIVING THE ENVIRONMENT |
|2. Deterrence and Its Capability Requirements21|
|The Deterrence Model22|
|Capability Requirements: Destruction Levels30|
|Retaliator's Nuclear Stockpiles30|
|Attacker's Level of Acceptable Destruction31|
|Attacker's Passive Defense32|
|Attacker's Active Defense33|
|Capability Requirements: Delivery Systems38|
|Retaliator's Pre-Attack Inventory39|
|Retaliator's Early Warning System43|
|Active Defense of Retaliatory Systems48|
|Passive Defense of Retaliatory Systems50|
|3. Probabilities and Perceptions in Deterrence56|
|The Credibility of the Threat57|
|The Resolve to Retaliate58|
|Defining the Provocation61|
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Book title: Deterrence, Arms Control, and Disarmament:Toward a Synthesis in National Security Policy.
Contributors: J. David Singer - Author.
Publisher: Ohio State University Press.
Place of publication: Columbus, OH.
Publication year: 1962.
Page number: xiii.
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