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Punishment and Denial Deterrence Compared
Deterrence of Major Aggression in Western Europe
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85th Congress aggressive move aggressor air-nuclear all-out assault attack Bernard Brodie Big Deterrent border incident capacity chances commitment Communist complementary effects conquest considerable contingencies costs credibility decision defend deliberate denial capability denial deterrence denial forces depreciatory effect DETERRENCE BY DENIAL deterrence of minor deterrent utility enemy enemy's expectation factors full-scale gain ground forces inflict initial intent John Foster Dulles Lauris Norstad less than ultimate level of intensity limited aggressions limited nuclear reprisals major massive response massive retaliation massive threat minor aggression Norstad nuclear punishment nuclear response objective possible prestige presumably probability probing operation punishment and denial punishment deterrence punishment threat retaliatory forces retaliatory power retaliatory threat Russians serious Soviet advance Soviet aggression Soviet Union strategic nuclear retaliation strong shield substantial surface forces tactical nuclear warfare tactical nuclear weapons tends territorial prize threat of nuclear threat of punishment threatened trip-wire U.S. Congress United valuation West West Germany Western Europe willingness