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Strategic defence in the nuclear age
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Sanford Lakoff is Professor of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego. He is co-author of A Shield in Space: Technology, Politics, and the Strategic Defense Initiative () and has written or edited numerous other books and articles on the relationship between science and government and the history of political : Sanford A.
Lakoff, Richard L. Garwin. Strategic Defense in the Nuclear Age: A Reference Handbook (Contemporary Military, Strategic, and Security Issues) (Hardback) - Common Hardcover – January 1, by By (author) Sanford Lakoff (Author)Author: By (author) Sanford Lakoff.
Strategic Defense in the Nuclear Age: A Reference Handbook. When Ronald Reagan introduced the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) inhe boldly challenged the long-accepted nuclear doctrine of mutual assured destruction.4/5(2).
Introduction --Problems of a definition --Defence as an objective --International and external power --Levels and dimensions of strategy --The legacy of Clausewitz --Space and time --The protection-projection continuum --Strategic defence in the nuclear age.
Strategic defense in the nuclear age: a reference handbook. [Sanford A Lakoff] -- "Strategic Defense in the Nuclear Age presents a concise, up-to-date overview of the history of SDI, chronicling its successes and failures through the ongoing evolution of the program. Strategy in the Second Nuclear Age assembles a group of distinguished scholars to grapple with the matter of how the United States, its allies, and its friends must size up the strategies, doctrines, and force structures currently taking shape Strategic defence in the nuclear age book they are to design responses that reinforce deterrence amid vastly more complex strategic circumstances.
By focusing sharply on strategy―that is, on how states use doomsday weaponry for political gain―the book 3/5(1).
Strategy in the Missile Age was written during the dawn of the nuclear age, when the advent of intercontinental ballistic missiles necessitated a massive rethinking of military strategy Cited by: Book Description.
An illuminating insight into the work of Thomas Schelling, one of the most influential strategic thinkers of the nuclear age. By the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis and the United States' early forays into Vietnam, he had become one of the most distinctive voices in Western strategy.
The essays in this volume analyze war, its strategic characterisitics and its political and social functions, over the past five centuries. The diversity of its themes and the broad perspectives applied to them make the book a work of general history as much as a history of the theory and practice of war from the Renaissance to the present.4/5.
First published inLawrence Freedman's The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy was immediately acclaimed as the standard work on the history of attempts to cope militarily and politically with the terrible destructive power of nuclear weapons. It has now been completely rewritten, drawing on a wide range of new research, and updated to take account of the period.
The following is a list of books, or more precisely, the categories of books, that Strategic Studies students at SAIS should cover some time during their two years in the program. If you can, read a couple from each category.
The list is designed to be flexible, and is subject to perpetual change. nuclear weapons but was confidently predicted in the same book to be able "to produce them in quantity within a period of five to ten years."3 Let me mention a few more points in that essay in order to indicate what.
The underlying premise of the book is that we are in a second nuclear age that has little in common with the first, the Cold War; and that thinking, strategy, and risk-minimisation need to shift to accommodate a contemprary multipolar nuclear environment including the traditional primary powers of the Cold War, as well as new (Isreael, India, Pakistan), and Cited by: The Strategic Defence Review (SDR) was a British policy document produced in July by the Labour Government that had gained power a year previously.
Then Secretary of State for Defence, George Robertson, set out the initial defence policy of the new government, Strategic defence in the nuclear age book a series of key decisions designed to enhance the United Kingdom's armed forces.
Two of the largest defence. This was a hard book to get started. But once I finished it, I had to go back and re-read, because it put it all together. Makers of Modern Strategy from Machiavelli to the Nuclear Age Makers of Modern Strategy from Machiavelli to the Nuclear Age Peter Paret, Gordon A.
Craig, Felix Gilbert Limited preview - Common terms and phrases.3/5(3). The world has entered a second nuclear age shaped by rising nuclear states and military technologies.
Gregory Koblentz argues that the United States should work with the other nuclear. The author also argues that fears of various experts pointing out that strategic and security studies would loose their importance after the end of the Cold War, did such as the Post-Cold War deterrence, role of nuclear weapons in the second nuclear age, aspects of arms control, irregular DEFENCE AND STRATEGY strategic studies also went File Size: 1MB.
Written specifically for the non-specialist, this book reviews the myths, issues and complexities of nuclear deterrence, with particular reference to the Strategic Defence Initiative.
It offers ideas on how to achieve a more secure future without passing through a period of dangerous instability.
The Second Nuclear Age: Strategy, Danger, and the New Power Politics by Paul Bracken. Times Books,pp. Paul Bracken, Yale University professor of management and political science specializing in global competition and strategic application of technology in business and defense, has been writing about involvement of nuclear weapons in strategy.
Colin S. Gray (Decem – Febru ) was a British-American writer on geopolitics and professor of International Relations and Strategic Studies at the University of Reading, where he was the director of the Centre for Strategic Studies.
In addition, he was a Senior Associate to the National Institute for Public Policy. Gray was educated at the Authority control: BIBSYS:. Maritime Strategy and the Nuclear Age book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Geoffrey Till is a British naval historian and Professor of Maritime Studies in the Defence Studies Department of Kings College London.4/5.
A companion volume to a forthcoming PBS series by Newhouse (staff writer for the New Yorker; author of The Sporty Game, Cold Dawn: The Story of SALT, and Collision in Brussels; former assistant director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency).
Newhouse offers a significant text that takes the reader on a journey through the Nuclear Age, from its earliest days when.
Get this from a library. Air defense in the nuclear age: the post-war development of American and Soviet strategic defense systems. [James Meikle Eglin]. The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) was a proposed missile defense system intended to protect the United States from attack by ballistic strategic nuclear weapons (intercontinental ballistic missiles and submarine-launched ballistic missiles).The concept was first announced publicly by President Ronald Reagan on Ma Reagan was a vocal critic of the Jurisdiction: Federal government of the United States.
For Soviet military doctrine figuratively has made a quantum jump from the bayonet age to the thermonuclear age. The fundamental conclusion of this present analysis is that the Soviets continue, in the thermonuclear era, to adhere essentially to the classical military strategic concept that the path.
The Samson Option (Hebrew: ברירת שמשון , b'rerat shimshon) is the name that some military analysts and authors have given to Israel's deterrence strategy of massive retaliation with nuclear weapons as a "last resort" against a country whose military has invaded and/or destroyed much of Israel.
Commentators also have employed the term to refer to situations where non-nuclear. Mutual(ly) assured destruction (MAD) is a doctrine of military strategy and national security policy in which a full-scale use of nuclear weapons by two or more opposing sides would cause the complete annihilation of both the attacker and the defender (see pre-emptive nuclear strike and second strike).
It is based on the theory of deterrence, which holds that the threat of using. Twenty-First Century Power: Strategic Superiority for the Modern Era discusses military power from the perspectives of military generals, civic leaders, and the public.
The book also hints about acquiring and losing different types of power and how they can be used in the second nuclear age, which began at the end of the Cold War.
Makers of Modern Strategy from Machiavelli to the Nuclear Age takes the first part of its title from an earlier collection of essays, published by Princeton University Press inwhich became a classic of historical scholarship.
Three essays are repinted from the earlier book; four others have been extensively revised/5(2). BEAUFRE, André. An Introduction to Strategy: With Particular Reference to Problems of Defense, Politics, Economics and Diplomacy in the Nuclear Age. Translated by Major-GeneralCB, OBE.
With a Preface by B.H. Liddell Hart. London: Faber & Faber, (). First Briitsh Edition. Pp (4),(6). Table in the text. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine.
Very. Makers of Modern Strategy from Machiavelli to the Nuclear Agetakes the first part of its title from an earlier collection of essays, published by Princeton University Press inwhich became a classic of historical scholarship. Three essays are repinted from the earlier book; four others have been extensively revised.
The editors of Strategy in the Second Nuclear Age offer a collection of essays that challenge the reader to examine strategies and options in light of the breakout of new nuclear nation-states. Toshi Yoshihara and James Holmes precede and follow these pieces with a thought-provoking introduction and conclusion.
The former takes issue with the limited scope. The Security Gamble: Deterrence Dilemmas in the Nuclear Age. Douglas MacLean. Rowman & Allanheld, - Deterrence (Strategy). - pages. 0 Reviews. Striking a balance between the philosophical and the pragmatic, these original essays examine the moral and strategic paradoxes found in the policy of nuclear deterrence, how uncertainty and.
This second book contains effects calculated up to 20 megatons, or 1, times greater than the earlier volume. The fusion or thermo-nuclear or hydrogen bomb introduces more than just a greater economy of destruction.
To assure decisive and certain results, strategic-bombing campaigns withfission bombs required the following. Makers of Modern Strategy from Machiavelli to the Nuclear Age takes the first part of its title from an earlier collection of essays, published by Princeton University Press inwhich became a classic of historical scholarship.
Three essays are repinted from the earlier book; four others have been extensively revised. Colin Gray is Professor of International Politics and Director of the Centre for Security Studies at the University of Hull.
He is the author of numerous books on strategy, including The Navy in the Post-Cold War World: The Uses and Value of Strategic Sea (), Explorations in Strategy (2nd edn, ), and The Second Nuclear Age (forthcoming ).
In Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy () Kissinger asserted that “the major problem of a strategy in the nuclear age is how to establish a relationship between a policy of deterrence and a strategy for fighting a war in case deterrence fails.” His solution then (since renounced) was to develop a tactical nuclear force capable of.
An introduction to strategy, with particular reference to problems of defense, politics, economics, and diplomacy in the nuclear age. Byit could have a stockpile of fissile material that, if weaponized, could produce as many as two hundred nuclear devices.
The author identifies South Asia as the region “most at risk of a breakdown in strategic stability due to an explosive mixture of unresolved territorial disputes, cross-border terrorism, and growing nuclear.
Modern Strategy explains the permanent nature, but ever changing character, of strategy in light of the whole strategic experience of the twentieth century. The book is a major contribution to the general theory of strategy; it makes sense of the strategic history of the twentieth century, and provides understanding of what that strategic history implies for the century to4/5.
As submarines, bombers, and ballistic missiles age, and as the U.S. armed forces flourish the long knives over budgetary matters, the future of the nuclear triad has come under : James R.
Holmes. The Education Of Robert McNamara War And Peace In The Nuclear Age - Duration: Strategic Defense Initiative: U.S. Strategic Nuclear ."From time to time, though rarely, there is a book that can redefine the parameters of strategic understanding and debate.
Strategy in the Second Nuclear Age is one such rare book. This very well edited collection of studies is, by quite a margin, the finest exploration and examination extant of the nuclear strategies of the newer nuclear.