Deterrence and Defense in a Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Environment

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DIANE Publishing, 1995 - Arms race - 43 pages
 

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Page 41 - has also held the positions of Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Forces and Arms Control Policy.
Page 31 - Tracking Nuclear Proliferation, A Guide in Maps and Charts, 1998, Rodney W. Jones, Mark G. McDonough with Toby F. Dalton and Gregory D. Koblentz,
Page 26 - seven countries as state supporters of terrorism: Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria.
Page 19 - maintaining a credible capability across the spectrum of forces, from conventional superiority—including the ability to operate in an NBC environment—to a reliable and effective nuclear force. Ongoing efforts to improve passive and active defenses, as well as counterforce capabilities, will add to the US ability to deter.
Page 22 - dynamics is critical to identifying those assets that should be held at risk for deterrent purposes. It is also essential to determine how best to communicate intentions, both with regard to public declaratory policy as well as private communications and nonverbal messages to demonstrate resolve.
Page 41 - and as the US Representative to the Bilateral Consultative Commission on Nuclear Testing. He has also held the positions of Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
Page 26 - Office of the Secretary of Defense, Proliferation: Threat and Response, November 1997.
Page i - The majority of NBC proliferators appear to view missiles, and specifically ballistic missiles, as the delivery system of choice. More than a dozen of these countries have operational ballistic missile programs.

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