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Deterrence and Defense in the North (Norwegian Foreign Policy Studies)

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Published by A Scandinavian University Press Publication .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization,
  • National security,
  • Military Policy,
  • Children"s All Ages - Technology,
  • Military Science,
  • Technology,
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organiza,
  • Europe, Northern

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJohan Jorgen Holst (Editor), Kenneth Hunt (Editor), Anders C. Sjaastad (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9093938M
    ISBN 108200072983
    ISBN 109788200072980

    Deterrence is the generation of the appropriate motivation required for specific antagonists to intellectually alter their expected behavior or intentions because of their certainty that something more precious than the objective of their original.   Free Online Library: Deterrence and space-based missile defense. by "Air & Space Power Journal"; Military and naval science Science and technology, general Air to surface missiles Military aspects Air-to-surface missiles Ballistic missile defenses Ballistic missiles Cold War, Weapons of mass destruction.   North Korea no longer poses a nonproliferation problem; it poses a nuclear deterrence problem. The gravest danger now is that North Korea, South Korea, and the United States will stumble into a catastrophic war that none of them wants. The world has traveled down this perilous path before. The specter of Russian tactical nuclear de-escalation strikes, more sophisticated Chinese ballistic-missile submarines, and intercontinental North Korean capabilities all raise the stakes for nuclear deterrence. US policy makers must decide which nuclear posture will allow the United States to credibly deter nuclear war while assuring its allies and partners across the globe.

      North Korea’s recent provocations are prompting Washington, Tokyo and Seoul to rethink how to deter Pyongyang’s nuclear power ambition with the help of China, experts on Asian defense .


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This book offers a systematic analysis of the various existing strategic cyber deterrence options and introduces the alternative strategy of active cyber defense. It examines the array of malicious actors operating in the domain, their methods of attack, and their motivations.5/5(1).

In this book, Terence Roehrig provides a detailed and comprehensive look at the nuclear umbrella in northeast Asia in the broader context of deterrence theory and U.S. strategy.

Attempts to shed light on the complex problems of deterrence and defense on NATO's northern flank. The complex pattern of deterrence, reassurance, and insurance which influences Norwegian strategic calculations is examined from different points of view.

Earlier this year, the North Korean government announced that the country would increase its nuclear deterrence and put its strategic armed forces on high alert. On J in a dramatic show true to form, the North demolished the inter-Korean liaison office in the North Korean city of Kaesong.

The alliance response to the Cheonan sinking was a page from its familiar play-book: increase or undercut deterrence Deterrence and Defense in the North book the eyes of the North defense could trump the North’s nuclear. 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 s: 5.

Collective defence remains the Alliance’s greatest responsibility and deterrence is a core element of NATO’s overall strategy – preventing conflict and war, protecting Allies, maintaining freedom of decision and action, and upholding the principles and values it stands for (individual liberty, democracy, human rights and the rule of law).

We must also engage in space defense as well as air defense. - Teng Jinqun, People’s Liberation Army Analyst () Since the Cold War, the idea that nuclear weapons would have any impact upon space power theory, space deterrence, or space defense postures was considered unlikely.

The Baltic Sea and North Atlantic region have returned as a geostrategic focal point. It is vital, therefore, that the United States rethink its security approach to the region—what the authors describe as Enhanced Deterrence in the North. A guidelines for Japan with defense cooperation said that defense cooperation will emphasize seamless, robust, flexible and effective bilateral responses, synergy across the two governments’ national security policies, a whole of government alliance approach, cooperation with regional and other partners, as well as international.

As a founding member of NATO, Norway supports efforts to enhance deterrence, crisis management and regional security in the North Atlantic and High North – a region commonly understood to include territories in Scandinavia and northern Russia, as well as the surrounding waters of the Arctic Ocean, Barents Sea and North Sea.

In the new book from the Center for Security Policy Press, Growing Challenges for America’s Nuclear Deterrent, nine national security experts examine the threat to the U.S.

nuclear arsenal and what. In general, "deterrence" is a security concept of primary importance that was born long before the cyber age. The object of deterrence is to avoid going to war by neutralizing the capabilities if the enemy in advance, or to make the enemy pay a price several times higher if there is an attack.

On the U.S. side, a Pentagon report Deterrence and Defense in the North book “Nuclear Deterrence: America’s Foundation and Backstop for National Defense” lumps North Korea (and.

European Deterrence Initiative 2 European Deterrence Initiative INCREASED PRESENCE ($2, million) - The persistent presence of air, land, and sea forces throughout Europe is the cornerstone of the United States’ firm commitment to NATO Article 5 and our commitment to the shared responsibility for the defense of our European allies.

As in. The USAF Center for Strategic Deterrence Studies hosts a joint elective with the Air War College and Air Command and Staff College on nuclear and non-nuclear deterrence policy and strategy. This course has an implicit focus on nuclear deterrence, but other forms of deterrence, such as cyber, space, and conventional, are also discussed.

According to them, deterrence is diplomatic parlance for a brutally simple idea: that an attack on the United States or one of its close allies will lead to a devastating military retaliation against the country responsible (The New York Times article, ‘In Defense of Deterrence’ Septem ).

Deterrence and Defense in the “Grey Areas” (pp. ) WHEN we turn away from the area of most vital importance to the United States—Western Europe—and look to areas such as the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and the Far East, two points of difference stand out sharply. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said the country's nuclear deterrence will permanently guarantee national security, as he marked the anniversary of the end of the Korean War, state media.

Attend Pushing Back Against Chinese and North Korean Missile Threats: Strengthening the U.S.-Japan Deterrence Strategy and Joint Missile Defense Posture, on July, at Hudson Institute.

A think tank and research center dedicated to nonpartisan analysis of US and international economic, security, and political issues. This event will premiere on this page at p.m. EDT, Thursday, July 21st Century Nuclear Deterrence.

In light of the realities of the contemporary threat environment, the NPR presents an assessment of US nuclear policy that is consistent with past US policy by placing priority on the need to deter potential adversaries, assure allies and partners, and hedge against future risks, while also seeking greater cooperation where possible in support of arms.

Deterrence Preserves the Possibility of Peace Evidence suggests that deterrence holds great potential for deterring a North Korean nuclear attack.

The combination of U.S. conventional and nuclear dominance has successfully deterred a major North Korean attack for decades. Cold War, direct deterrence involved discouraging a Soviet nuclear attack on U.S, territory; extended deterrence involved preventing a Soviet conventional attack on North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) members.9 For obvious reasons, extended deterrence is more challenging than direct deterrence.

This is partly true for military operational. The views expressed here are solely those of the author and are not the policies or positions of National Defense University, the Department of Defense or any part of the US government.

[2] Shane Smith, “Nuclear Weapons and North Korean Foreign Policy,” in North Korea Handbook, ed. Adrian Buzo (New York: Routledge Press, forthcoming). Missile Defense and Deterrence. Novem In the s, commentators predicted that conventional precision-strike systems would become capable of strategic effects that formerly only nuclear weapons could do.

To deter U.S. adversaries in the 21st century, those adversaries must know that any attack on the United States will result in a very bad day for them, the commander of the U.S.

Strategic Command. Yet, in a return to outdated policy, the NDAA for FY made it a matter of policy to rely on nuclear deterrence, as opposed to missile defense, to “address more sophisticated and larger.

For half a century, deterrence was the backbone of U.S. national security strategy. But now, Washington doesn't seem to know how and when to use it properly. The United States has needlessly applied deterrence to Russia, failed to apply it when it should have against Iraq and Iran, and been dangerously confused about whether to apply it to China.

U.S. policymakers need to relearn the. The Pentagon decision to redeploy American troops stationed in Europe is about improving the conventional deterrence posture of NATO. Hats off to the Defense Department for. The first Homeland Defense Academic Symposium is June, at the NORAD and USNORTHCOM Headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colo.

This event, hosted by the two commands, will feature a tabletop exercise focused on homeland defense issues, keynote speakers, and panel presentations. first strike, escalation, extended deterrence, and other Cold War–era strategies in today's complex world of additional superpowers (e.g., China), smaller nuclear powers (e.g., Pakistan and North Korea), and non-state actors (e.g., terrorists), as well as the extension of defense and security analysis to new domains, such as outer space and.

National Defense University The Great Cyber-Deterrence Debate 14 Deterrence remains relevant, but is not a panacea –Nuclear experience can be adapted, but total prevention of cyberwar is not possible –Requires improved attribution and greater emphasis on norm-building Deterrence is not a.

Key Points. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s military contribution to deter Russian aggression in the Baltic region should begin with an overall strategic concept that seamlessly transitions from deterrence through countering Russia’s gray zone activities and onto conventional war, only if necessary.

As North Korea’s nuclear weapons technology becomes more sophisticated, how will it impact the credibility of U.S. extended deterrence in South Korea. The reason that North Korea’s development of a reliable nuclear capability and a deliverable ICBM is so significant is because it forces a technological wedge into extended deterrence.

European Deterrence Initiative 3 INCREASED PRESENCE ($1, million) - The persistent presence of air, land, and sea forces throughout Europe is the cornerstone of the United States’ firm commitment to NATO Article 5 and our commitment to supporting the defense of our European Allies. Other experts agree that the suspension will weaken, at least temporarily, the allies’ defense posture against North Korea and open gaps in their combined deterrence.

To address these challenges, the National Security Strategy recognizes the need to “underwrite defense commitments with tailored approaches to deterrence.” 1 Yet the Defense Strategic Guidance (DSG) sets a more general goal: “The Joint Force will be prepared to confront and defeat aggression anywhere in the world.” 2 The DSG describes the mission to deter and defeat aggression.

The readier you are to respond, the less you have to. This is the paradox at the heart of deterrence. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the nuclear realm, where being absolutely prepared to respond to a nuclear launch has ensured no such attack has happened.

Sincewhen Russia tested its first atomic [ ]. Instead, the former Secretary of Defense believes, the U.S. should push for nuclear retaliatory forces scaled down by both superpowers to ''the lowest force level consistent with stability''. To be sure, missile defenses do not provide a perfect defense, but even critics acknowledge that they provide limited protection against regional powers, like North Korea, which contributes to both defense and deterrence.

On the offensive side, as the administration has stressed repeatedly, the United States must have credible military options. FILE – This July 4, file photo distributed by the North Korean government shows what was said to be the launch of a Hwasong intercontinental ballistic missile, ICBM, in North Korea.

Pyongyang has suggested North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s decision to launch four missiles into the waters around the U.S. Pacific territory is contingent on B-1B bomber flights from Guam to Korean.The third flavor of self-defense germane to deterrence signaling is the jus ad bellum, which is the body of law governing when and how states may resort to force.

Customary international law and the U.N. Charter’s Article 2(4) generally prohibit states from using force unless an exception applies.Second, United States forces are stationed in South Korea as a result of the US–South Korean mutual defense treaty.

Through this treaty, the US provides extended nuclear deterrence and ballistic missile defense assets for the protection of Seoul. North Korea views these forces as a threat to its survival and national security.[34].