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DETERRENCE By Lord Loveday Ememe
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This is my sixth non-fiction book about the law. It is about what i believe to be the correct identification, interpretation and application of the constitution of this planet.
The Universal Formula for Successful Deterrence By Charles D. Sutherland
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The impossible quantified. A universal formula for successful deterrence at all levels. A predictive equation based on perception. The end of guess work, if used properly. It just makes sense.
The Universal Formula for Successful Deterrence By Charles D. Sutherland
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The impossible quantified. A universal formula for successful deterrence at all levels. A predictive equation based on perception. The end of guess work, if used properly. It just makes sense.
Crisis Deterrence In The Taiwan Strait By Douglas McCready, Strategic Studies Institute
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The U.S. Army War College provides an excellent environment for selected military officers and government civilians to reflect and use their career experience to explore a wide range of strategic... More > issues. To assure that the research developed by Army War College students is available to Army and Department of Defense leaders, the Strategic Studies Institute publishes selected papers in its Carlisle Papers in Security Strategy Series. In this paper, Chaplain (Colonel) Douglas McCready examines the most volatile issue of the complex relationship between the United States and the People’s Republic of China―Taiwan. He considers the situation in terms of deterrence theory and its application across cultures. Colonel McCready looks at the perceptions and misperceptions of the involved parties; and their interests, capabilities, and possible intentions. He concludes with courses of action and ways to increase the likelihood of successful U.S. deterrence in the Taiwan Strait.< Less
Deterrence in an Era of Iranian Nuclear Proliferation By Navid Hassibi
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The Iranian nuclear saga has been of grave concern to the international community, namely the West and Israel, since news broke in 2002 that Tehran clandestinely operated two nuclear facilities in... More > Natanz and Arak. The Islamic Republic of Iran claims that it is exercising its inalienable right under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty; however, the West and Israel distrust Iran’s motives and believe that Tehran is seeking to develop nuclear weapons. Iran’s nuclear program and bellicose negotiating strategy has triggered concern among the West and Israel, prompting the question as to whether their cause for concern is warranted. This concern is examined in Deterrence in an Era of Iranian Nuclear Proliferation by assessing the theories of nuclear deterrence and applying them in a 2008-2009 Iranian context to determine whether nuclear deterrence failures would arise should Iran acquire nuclear weaponry.< Less
Deterrence in an Era of Iranian Nuclear Proliferation By Navid Hassibi
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The Iranian nuclear saga has been of grave concern to the international community, namely the West and Israel, since news broke in 2002 that Tehran clandestinely operated two nuclear facilities in... More > Natanz and Arak. The Islamic Republic of Iran claims that it is exercising its inalienable right under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty; however, the West and Israel distrust Iran’s motives and believe that Tehran is seeking to develop nuclear weapons. Iran’s nuclear program and bellicose negotiating strategy has triggered concern among the West and Israel, prompting the question as to whether their cause for concern is warranted. This concern is examined in Deterrence in an Era of Iranian Nuclear Proliferation by assessing the theories of nuclear deterrence and applying them in a 2008-2009 Iranian context to determine whether nuclear deterrence failures would arise should Iran acquire nuclear weaponry.< Less
Woodpecker Deterrent and Pigeon Deterrent: Stop Woodpeckers Destroying Your Siding & Pigeons Messing Your Residence By Simon Marlow
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Woodpecker Deterrent - Pigeon Deterrent: Stop Woodpeckers Destroying Your Siding & Pigeons Messing Your Residence Do you have problems with woodpeckers drilling holes in your siding? Do local... More > pigeons make a real mess of your siding, windows, patio and roof from pigeon droppings? If so then this simple book is for you. It shows you exactly how to eradicate this bird nuisance without harming the pigeons or woodpeckers and with no special equipment. All you need are some old CDs and the secret approach to creating foolproof deterrent. Find out, in this beautifully illustrated book, how to quickly and easily make your own deterrent that works 100% I've use this method on my own home and for over a year I have had NO issues with woodpeckers or pigeons.< Less
Force And Restraint In Strategic Deterrence: A Game-theorist’s Perspective By Strategic Studies Institute, Roger B. Myerson
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This monograph is a short nontechnical introduction to the use of game theory in the study of international relations. The focus is on the problem of deterrence against potential adversaries and... More > aggressors. The author, Professor Roger Myerson, uses game models to provide a simple context where we can see more clearly the essential logic of strategic deterrence. We should look to such theoretical analysis for basic insights that may have practical importance in policymaking. The main conclusion is that a great power’s use of its military forces may be rendered ineffective or even counterproductive when there are no clear internationally recognizable limits on this use of force. Professor Myerson derives this conclusion from the basic observation that our ability to influence potential rivals depends on a balanced mix of threats and promises.< Less
From War To Deterrence? Israel-Hezbollah Conflict Since 2006 By Jean-Loup Samaan, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
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The 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah has generated a vast amount of academic and military studies, including a number from the Strategic Studies Institute. Specifically, authors have tried to... More > identify the new patterns of warfare through this conflict and sometimes have even called it the first illustration of “hybrid war.” This new monograph by Dr. Jean-Loup Samaan does not look at the war itself but rather at its aftermath, both in Israel and Lebanon. It starts from an obvious paradox: Despite the regional turmoil and the absence of a settlement between Israel and Hezbollah, stability has prevailed since 2006. While over the same time frame the Middle East has been experiencing one of its most unpredictable periods in the last decades, the border area between Israel and Lebanon has remained quiet. Dr. Samaan explains that this paradox can be understood through the use of deterrence theories.< Less
Escalation and Intrawar Deterrence During Limited Wars in The Middle East [Enlarged Edition] By W. Andrew Terrill, Strategic Studies Institute
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A central purpose of this monograph is to reexamine two earlier conflicts for insights that may be relevant for ongoing dangers during limited wars involving nations possessing chemical or biological... More > weapons or emerging nuclear arsenals. These conflicts are the 1973 Arab-Israeli War and the 1991 Gulf War. Both of these wars were fought at the conventional level, although the prospect of Israel using nuclear weapons (1973), Egypt using biological weapons (1973), or Iraq using chemical and biological weapons (1991) were of serious concern at various points during the fighting. This monograph will consider why efforts at escalation control and intrawar deterrence were successful in the two case studies and assess the points at which these efforts were under the most intensive stress that might have caused them to fail.< Less