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Deterrence and defense in a nuclear, biological, and chemical environment

Robert G. Joseph

Deterrence and defense in a nuclear, biological, and chemical environment

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Published by Center for Counterproliferation Research, National Defense University in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Weapons of mass destruction -- Government policy -- United States,
  • Arms race -- United States,
  • United States -- Defenses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert G. Joseph and John F. Reichart
    ContributionsReichart, John F, Center for Counterproliferation Research
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 43 p.
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13625534M
    OCLC/WorldCa42014310

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And the petty officer is holding his own right [along] with the Secretary of all Defense. Under this doctrine, the United States deterred direct attack upon itself with strategic nuclear forces, while extending protection to its Cold War allies and friends by promising to escalate a war to the nuclear level if they were in danger of defeat by Soviet-led forces, even if this entailed first use of nuclear weapons by the United States.

Extended deterrence was achieved via the "seamless web" of conventional, theater, and strategic nuclear forces. Ultimately, the contributions in this and chemical environment book point out the need for more extensive research and thinking about the role of nuclear weapons in the 21st century.

As perverse as it may sound, a U. Shaffer served a year United States Air Force career in command, weather, intelligence and acquisition oversight with assignments in Utah, California, Ohio, Honduras, Germany, Virginia and Nebraska.

This was a safe assumption at the time, which allowed for significant savings during the interwar years. The more capable American conventional forces are, the less important nuclear weapons seem and the less the United States will need to rely on them.

These might include nonmilitary sanctions, foreign policy initiatives, economic measures, and positive inducements. The United States probably can safely eliminate specifically "tactical" nuclear weapons the removal of weapons from Europe is a sensitive, symbolic political issue to be decided by the needs of the NATO states.

Roehrig also provides a nice conceptual overview of extended deterrence and the challenges it raises, drawing constructively on recent work on reputations, credibility, and resolve — all without becoming excessively theoretic.

The United States would attempt to make its nuclear weapons fade into the background, in order not to weaken its hand unduly in advocating nonproliferation, but the nuclear force would remain in the shadows as a potent deterrent.

This is because it is hard to calculate the probability of what action the opponent is going to choose. Such an alternative would be less attractive to the extent that it underscores our belief that nuclear weapons confer major national security benefits, and dilutes our nonproliferation activities.

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Although Biological treads somewhat cautiously in his analysis, and has left some important strategy and policy debates under-discussed, his is an otherwise exceptional book that offers a great starting point for future research. The term "biological warfare" brings to mind images of ruthless dictators, delusional terrorists, and cartoonish movie villains.

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