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Cross-domain deterrence : strategy in an era of complexity

Author: Jon R Lindsay; Erik Gartzke
Publisher: New York, NY, United States of America : Oxford University Press, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st editionView all editions and formats
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Deterrence theory, which emerged during the Cold War, explains how states can use nuclear threats to prevent nuclear war. Today, however, the threat landscape is significantly more complex. Alongside ever-more sophisticated nuclear weapons arsenals, contemporary threats include cyberwarfare, anti-satellite weapons, robotic drones, and advanced conventional weapons. To deal with the new threat environment, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Cross-domain deterrence.
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
(DLC) 2018023972
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jon R Lindsay; Erik Gartzke
ISBN: 9780190908676 9780190908669 0190908661 019090867X 9780190909604 0190909609
OCLC Number: 1039220743
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 397 pages)
Contents: Cross-domain deterrence, from practice to theory / Jon Lindsay and Erik Gartzke --
The concept of cross-domain deterrence --
Cross-domain deterrence in American foreign policy / Michael Nacht, Patricia Schuster, and Eva Uribe --
The past and future of deterrence theory / Patrick M. Morgan --
Simplicity and complexity in the nth nuclear era / Ron Lehman --
Strategic implications of different military domains --
Deterrence in and through cyberspace / Jacquelyn Schneider --
Anti-satellite weapons and the instability of deterrence / Benjamin Bahney, Jonathan Pearl, and Michael Markey --
Air power versus ground forces : deterrence at the operational level of war / Phil Haun --
Sea power versus land power : cross-domain deterrence in the Peloponnesian War / Joshua Rovner --
Communication and credibility across domains --
International law and the common knowledge requirements of cross-domain deterrence / James Morrow --
Signaling with secrets ; evidence on Soviet perceptions and counterforce developments in the late Cold War / Brendan Rittenhouse Green and Austin G. Long --
Extended deterrence and assurance in multiple domains / Rupal Mehta --
Interactions across military and nonmilitary domains --
Asymmetric advantage --
weaponizing people as non-military instruments of cross-domain coercion / Kelly Greenhill --
Linkage politics --
managing the end of the Cold War / Joshua R. Itzkowitz Shifrinson --
Beyond military deterrence --
the multidimensionality of international relations in East Asia / Chin-Hao Huang and David Kang --
Conclusion --
The analytic potential of cross-domain deterrence / Jon Lindsay and Erik Gartzke.
Responsibility: editors, Jon Lindsay and Erik Gartzke.

Abstract:

Deterrence theory, which emerged during the Cold War, explains how states can use nuclear threats to prevent nuclear war. Today, however, the threat landscape is significantly more complex. Alongside ever-more sophisticated nuclear weapons arsenals, contemporary threats include cyberwarfare, anti-satellite weapons, robotic drones, and advanced conventional weapons. To deal with the new threat environment, the Pentagon identified five operational domains: land, sea, air, space, and cyberspace. The resulting model is an integrated, flexible regime that is able to deter threats across domains. In.

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These strong essays show that cyber, conventional weapons, and diplomacy can be employed in complex mixes. This deeper understanding of how things are likely to unfold should inform scholars, Read more...

 
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