Challenges to Deterrence: Resources, Technology, and Policy

Challenges to Deterrence: Resources, Technology, and Policy

Challenges to Deterrence: Resources, Technology, and Policy

Challenges to Deterrence: Resources, Technology, and Policy

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Introduction by Stephen J. Cimbala Part I: The Evolving Strategic Environment: Implications for Strategy and Armed Forces On the Future Strategic Environment by Carnes Lord Resolution or Revolution in Strategic Nuclear Affairs by Kevin N. Lewis Deterrence, Peacekeeping, and Combat Orientation in the U.S. Army by David R. Segal, Jesse J. Harris, Joseph M. Rothberg, and David H. Marlowe Deterrence May Require Mixed Strategies by Dagobert L. Brito and Michael D. Intriligator Part II: Unhinging Deterrence: Imminent Risks and Challenges to Stability Trends Toward Crisis Instability: Increasing the Danger of Nuclear War by Charles F. Hermann Nuclear Deterrence and Strategic Surprise by Patrick M. Morgan Limited War and Nuclear Weapons: Will Washington and Moscow Have to Swap Doctrine? by George H. Quester Approaching Armageddon: Nuclear Proliferation and Nuclear War in the Middle East by Louis Rene Beres Part III: The Evolving Geopolitics of Nuclear-Strategy Basing for the 1990s U.S. Naval Strategy: A Global View by John Allen Williams Europe's Conventional Defense by Stephen P. Gibert Part IV: Future Forces Structures and Deterrence Stability: Issues of Cost and Strategy Midgetman Small ICBM: Issues for Deterrence in the 1990s by Jonathan Medalia Trident and Credible Deterrence: The Sea-Space Link by D. Douglas Dalgleish and Larry Schweikart How Should We Retaliate? Slow Down and Live by Stephen J. Cimbala Bibliography
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