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Deterrence in the twenty-first century proceedings, London, UK, 18-19 May 2009 - USA Books Express 2011 - viii, 318 p. color illustrations 24 cm

"September 2010." Shipping list no.: 2015-0067-P.

Includes bibliographical references.

Framing deterrence in the twenty-first century : conference summary / Adam Lowther -- Defining "deterrence" / Michael Codner -- Understanding deterrence / Adam Lowther -- Policy and purpose / Norton A. Schwartz, Timothy R. Kirk -- Waging deterrence in the twenty-first century / Kevin Chilton, Greg Weaver -- On nuclear deterrence and assurance / Keith B. Payne -- Conference agenda -- Contemporary challenges for extended deterrence / Tom Scheber -- Case study: the August 2008 war between Russia and Georgia / Denis Corboy -- Deterrence and counterproliferation / Malcolm Chalmers -- Deterrence and Saddam Hussein / Barry Schneider -- Stymieing Leviathan / Paul Schulte -- The Madrid train bombing / Peter Neumann -- Framing strategic deterrence / Lawrence Freedman -- India versus Pakistan / Rahul Roy-Chaudhury -- Deterring nonstate actors / John Stone -- Deterrence and the Israel-Hezbollah war, summer 2006 / Shai Feldman -- Post-conference briefing note / Michael Clarke, John Gearson, John A. Shaud -- Deterrence in the twenty-first century / Anthony C. Cain -- Deterrence and WMD counterproliferation / Adam Lowther -- Deterrence in the twenty-first century, nonstate actors versus state / Dale L. Hayden -- Quick look: State versus state deterrence in the twenty-first century / Larry G. Carter -- Quick look: Deterrence in the twenty-first century: state versus nonstate actors / Jeffrey B. Hukill -- Attendee roster.

"Sponsored by the Air Force Research Institute (AFRI) and the Royal United Services Institute, the conference was held in London on 18-19 May 2009 and focused on deterrence "to help understand and begin to develop policy frameworks that fit the current and emerging security context." Assembling some of the best minds on deterrence, the conference afforded speakers an opportunity to "invigorate this essential tool for today's policy community." In addition, the conference included two preconference "thought pieces" and two "quick looks" by AFRI personnel."--AU Press web site.



Deterrence (Strategy)--Congresses.
Security, International--Forecasting--Congresses.
National security--Planning--United States--Congresses.
Arms control--Planning--Congresses.
Weapons of mass destruction--Prevention--Congresses.

U162.6 / .D4852 2010

355.0217 / DE-


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