3 edition of Deterrence, reputation and cold-war cycles found in the catalog.
Deterrence, reputation and cold-war cycles
John David Orme
Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-162) and index.
|Statement||John D. Orme.|
|LC Classifications||D842 .O865 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 168 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||93174450|
As noted previously, many future deterrence scenarios will look very different from the Cold War.¹ Yet understanding the logic behind the United States’ adoption of deterrence in the Cold War and the theory and practices that underpinned it during the Cold War will be crucial in the future. Book Review: Walden Bello, People and Power in the Pacific: The Struggle for the Post-Cold War Order (London: Pluto Press, , pp., £ pbk.) Susan McEwen Boston University, Massachussetts.
Deterrence theory is the idea that an inferior force, by virtue of the destructive power of the force's weapons, could deter a more powerful adversary, provided that this force could be protected against destruction by a surprise attack. This doctrine gained increased prominence as a military strategy during the Cold War with regard to the use of nuclear weapons and is related to, but distinct. Post-Cold War Conflict Deterrence examines the meaning of deterrence in this new environment and identifies key elements of a post-Cold War deterrence strategy and the critical issues in devising such a strategy. It further examines the significance of these findings for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.
Erick Duchesne currently works at the Department of Political Science, Laval University. Erick does research in Political Economy and International Relations. Cold War Vocab DJHS World History 9 Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Search. Create. the easing of tensions or strained relations during the Cold War. Deterrence.
Commerce, Christianity, and civilization, versus British free trade
I Remember I Remember
Experiment in autobiography
FDA and the Internet, Advertising and Promotion of Medical Products.
Proceedings of specialty session no. 12 on advances in consolidation theories for clays.
Vorlesungen über Zahlen- und Funktionenlehre
Central Valley Project Improvement Act
Canadian Quaternary Association/American Quaternary Association, first joint meeting, June 4-6, 1990: programme and abstracts
behaviour of hybridoma cells in culture
Graphing changing landscapes
Boot and shoe costing.
Air Vehicle Path Planning
General Laboratory Practices and Safety (Sc4)
Deterrence, Reputation and Cold-War Cycles 1st ed. Edition by John D. Orme (Author) ISBN Cited by: A historical reexamination of the Cold War's cyclical pattern.
It aims to show how Soviet aggressiveness was most likely to occur when the credibility of US efforts at deterrence was damaged by the inability or unwillingness of the US to meet previous challenges. The psychological root of revisionism is the yearning for glory, honor and power.
Human nature is the reputation and cold-war cycles book cause of war, but political regimes can temper or intensify these passions. This book examines the effects of six types of regime on foreign policy: monarchy, republic and sultanistic, charismatic, and military and totalitarian : Hardcover.
eBook J A historical reexamination of the Cold War's cyclical pattern. It aims to show how Soviet aggressiveness was most likely to occur when the credibility of US efforts at deterrence was damaged by the inability or unwillingness of the US to meet previous challenges.
Title: (ebook) Deterrence, Reputation and Cold-War Cycles. John David Orme is Professor of Politics at Oglethorpe University, USA, and author of The Paradox of Peace; Deterrence, Reputation and Cold-War Cycles.
Wars are generally begun by a revisionist state seeking to take territory. The psychological root of revisionism is the yearning for glory, honor and power. Human nature is the primary cause reputation and cold-war cycles book war, but political regimes can temper or intensify these passions.
This book examines the effects of six types of regime on foreign policy: monarchy, republic and sultanistic, charismatic, and military and totalitarian. Charting the turbulent history of US-North Korean affairs from the s through toRival Reputations explores how past incidents and crises can be relied upon to help determine threat credibility and the willingness of an adversary to resort to violence.
John Orme is Professor of Politics at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia, and author of Deterrence, Reputation, and Cold War Cycles (London: Macmillan, ). He is at work on a book exploring why international rivals make peace.
So what is Deterrence. Deterrence: the Cold War foreign policy of both major powers aiming to deter the strategic advances of the other through arms development and arms build up.
Deterrence depends on each combatant creating the perception that each is willing to resort to. Short, insightful, and well written. You can't ask for much more from a book on international political theory. Published inDeterrence addresses the theory of deterrence as it was shortly the United States invaded Iraq, animated by the alternative idea of pre-emption.
Freedman is not beholden to a single theory of international relations unlike many other scholars in his field/5(5). Deterrence-From Cold War to Long War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Examines six decades of RAND Corporation research on 4/5(2). In particular, juxtaposing reputation for resolve to power and interests is misleading when past actions influence observers' beliefs about interests, while the common approach of looking at crisis decision making misses the impact of reputation on general deterrence.
The Paperback of the Cold War Christians and the Spectre of Nuclear Deterrence, by J. Gorry at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. A policy of reducing Cold War tensions that was adopted by the United States during the presidency of Richard Nixon.
deterrence Basic feature of American foreign policy to maintain massive military strength in order to prevent any attack upon this country or its allies. "Deterrence in the Cold War and the War on Terror," Levine's Working Paper Archive & David K. Levine, "Reputation And Equilibrium Selection In Games With A Patient Player," World Scientific Book Chapters, in: Drew Fudenberg John, "Predation, reputation, and entry deterrence," Journal of Economic Theory, Elsevier, vol.
In such a context, it is worth noting that Terence Roehrig’s latest book, Japan, South Korea, and the United States Nuclear Umbrella: Deterrence After the Cold War, is the only comprehensive text exclusively focused on Japan and South Korea’s relationship to the U.S. nuclear deterrent As the policy world agonizes over the future of a.
In either case, failure of deterrence will have far less traumatic consequences than during the Cold War, unless we ourselves are overcome by fear. Discover the world's research 17+ million members.
1 History:deterrenceintheColdWar Deterrenceisanoldpracticeininternationalpoliticsandotherareas eengivenplentyofthoughtandstudy,yetisnot. resemble cold-war deterrence; deterring terrorist groups, however, will be more difficult; but that in either case, failure of deterrence should have far less traumatic consequences than during the cold war, unless we are overcome by fear itself.
Economic analysis entered. In the my blog post on Australia’s decision to buy a fleet of Joint Strike Fighters, I mention the security dilemma. The following is taken from a draft of my second, as yet not published, book on weapons research – with deleted bits marked with ellipses and interpolated bits in [.].
The context is a discussion about weapons research and deterrence and takes place near the end of the book. Chamberlain's policy was doomed because he had greatly misjudged Hitler's basic beliefs and thus his behavior. U.S. Cold War nuclear deterrence policy was similarly based on the confident but questionable assumption that Soviet leaders would be rational by Washington's standards; they would behave reasonably when presented with nuclear threats.However, the version of this strategy reversed this move, recognizing that deterrence will be as indispensable for the “long war” as it was for the Cold War.
This book examines these six decades of research for lessons relevant to the current and future strategic environments.Deterrence and the Cold War RICHARD NED LEBOW JANICE GROSS STEIN The role of nuclear weapons in Soviet-American relations has been hotly debated.
Politicians, generals, and most academic strategists believe that America's nuclear arsenal restrained the Soviet Union throughout the cold war.