2 edition of New Soviet thinking on nuclear deterrence found in the catalog.
New Soviet thinking on nuclear deterrence
by Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies, Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva
Written in English
|Other titles||Nuclear deterrence, new problems and old paradoxes.|
|Statement||by Stephan Kux.|
|Series||PSIS occasional papers -- no. 3/1990.|
|LC Classifications||UA770 .K88 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||78|
The Soviet Union deployed a capable nuclear-armed submarine and surface combatant force to counter American naval dominance during the Cold War. The modern Russian Navy retains legacy missions from the Cold War, but has taken on new roles in line with the General Staff’s evolved thinking on nuclear escalation, while adapting to the inexorable. For a time after World War II, America held the upper hand with regards to nuclear superiority. It used this threat of "massive retaliation" as a means to deter Soviet aggression. By the late s the Soviet Union had built up a convincing nuclear arsenal that could be delivered on the territory of the United States and Western Europe. By the mids unilateral deterrence gave way to.
Reading: Nuclear Thinking If the object were simply to deter the Soviet Union from launching a nuclear strike against the United States, it would probably be enough to be able to wipe out, say. The Fallacies of Cold War Deterrence and a New Direction. Book Description: U.S. Cold War nuclear deterrence policy was similarly based on the confident but questionable assumption that Soviet leaders would be rational by Washington's standards; they would behave reasonably when presented with nuclear threats. The framework for thinking.
Nuclear Deterrence in Europe. nuclear weapons have a role in how claimed interests might be defended within an overall deterrent framework. Through a variety of policies and actions — and most recently in a new military doctrine adopted in February — Russia has indicated the types of situations that might cause it to resort to Cited by: 2. Strategic Thinking, Deterrence and the US Ballistic Missile Defense Project: From Truman to Obama by Rueben Steff. Ashgate, , pp. Strategic Thinking, Deterrence and the US Ballistic Missile Defense Project is the latest of many books attempting to establish that the pursuit of a ballistic missile defense (BMD) system caused great-power balancing against the United .
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As a concept, deterrence has launched a thousand books and articles. It has dominated Western strategic thinking for more than four decades. 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.5/5(3).
U.S. Cold War nuclear deterrence policy was similarly based on the confident but questionable assumption that Soviet leaders would be rational by Washington's standards; they would behave reasonably when presented with nuclear by: 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. Book Description: Deterrence remains a primary doctrine for dealing with the threat of nuclear weapons in the 21st century.
The author reviews the history of nuclear deterrence and calls for a renewed intellectual effort to address the relevance of concepts such as first strike, escalation, extended deterrence, and other Cold War-era strategies in today's complex world of additional.
Thinking about deterrence: enduring questions in a time of rising powers, rogue regimes, and terrorism / 7 Is a New Focus on Nuclear weapons Research and Development Necessary. Anne Fitzpatrick. iv lived and worked in the former Soviet Union and is fluent in Russian.
In his last book, an update of “Thinking About the Unthinkable,” he charged Jonathan Schell with exaggerating the effects of a nuclear war in his best-selling “The Fate of the Earth” ( Author: Louis Menand.
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 toFile Size: 1MB.
Terence Roehrig’s new book is a useful resource for understanding precisely what the book’s title describes: Japan, South Korea, and the United States’ Nuclear Umbrella While cognizant of the challenges posed by strategic dynamics in Asia and noting tremendous impediments to nuclear retaliation in the face of an attack on U.S.
allies. Sokolovsky, Marshal V.D. Military Strategy: Soviet Doctrine and Concepts. Frederick A. Praeger, Following its publication in the West, Sokolovsky’s book provided experts with a rare glimpse into Soviet thinking on nuclear deterrence. Keith Payne is an excellent policy expert on nuclear matters.
He writes very clearly about a complex situation. His connection of deterrence to past historical events is useful to understand. His proposal on new ways to think about deterrence in the 2nd nuclear age are /5(2). Abstract. This book contains eight sections, each consisting of several papers.
Some of the paper titles are: On Numbing and Feeling; The Mirror Image in Soviet-American Relations; Empathizing with the Soviet Government; Decision Making in Crises; The Nature and Control of Escalation; Cognitive Perspectives on Foreign Policy; and Deterrence, the Spiral Model and Intentions of.
After the Soviet Union broke up, it seemed to me that those arguments needed to be redrawn, since they had been based on the Cold War rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union. Nobody’s done that. Back in the s, Robert McNamara recognized that nuclear deterrence could easily deteriorate into a comparison of weapons.
In this book, Soviet expert Raymond L. Garthoff makes use of unique, newly available material-- including a complete file of the confidential Soviet General Staff journal-- to illuminate the Author: Raymond L.
Garthoff. Soviet nuclear strategy from Stalin to Gorbachev. Berlin: Berlin Verlag Arno Spitz, © (OCoLC) Online version: Catudal, Honoré Marc, Soviet nuclear strategy from Stalin to Gorbachev.
Berlin: Berlin Verlag Arno Spitz, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Honoré Marc Catudal. In a recent interview with the New Republic, Paul Warnke, the newly appointed head of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, responded as follows to the question of how the United States ought to react to indications that the Soviet leadership thinks it possible to fight and win a nuclear war.“In my view,” he replied, “this kind of thinking is on a level of abstraction which is.
NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T hough Fred Kaplan’s new book The Bomb: Presidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War is, for the most part, a history of bureaucratic paperwork, it is.
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Free shipping for many products. The many new actors in the nuclear weapons arena mean that persons of very different cultures, languages, experiences, strategic situations and intentions must be deterred from using the ultimate weapon.
This fact argues for a second approach to nuclear deterrence, namely tailored deterrence. Building on the deterrence elements of the Cold War. The Cold War: Nuclear Deterrence and Containment. The two factors were the emergence of the Soviet Union as a world power with its aggressive doctrine of the expansion of international communism along with the availability of nuclear weapons.
These factors lead to a paranoia that molded the American personality and influenced American. (Nuclear deterrence does seem to be the exception, 1. Alexander George and Richard Smoke, Deterrence in American Foreign Policy: Theory and Practice (NY:.
However, with the breakup of the Soviet Union, as an immediate threat to the United States, and the rise of lesser nuclear states proliferating nuclear technologies, deterrence is once again reexamined for newer the Cold War, deterrence strategy evolved over time as officials and defense strategists thought through the changes.nuclear deterrence the same way it was practiced during the Cold war – something that «New approaches to deterrence in Britain, France and the United States», International Affairs, Vol.
81, n° 1,pp. A Comparison Between US, UK And French Nuclear Policies And Doctrines – Mars Nuclear deterrence involves warning an adversary of the possible employment of nuclear weapons, either in an offensive or counter-offensive manner, and the associated destruction in order to.