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Stability and strategic defenses

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Published by Washington Institute Press in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear crisis stability.,
  • Ballistic missile defenses.,
  • Strategic Defense Initiative.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Jack N. Barkenbus and Alvin M. Weinberg.
    ContributionsBarkenbus, Jack N., Weinberg, Alvin Martin, 1915-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU263 .S72 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 305 p. :
    Number of Pages305
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2060393M
    ISBN 100887020461
    LC Control Number88039748

      Somewhat surprisingly, one of the best examples of the triumph of politics over theory is the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM), which has long been believed to embody the essence of strategic stability calculations by limiting destabilizing missile defenses and introducing a measure of predictability into the nuclear arms race. The goal of such a dialogue is to enhance confidence, improve transparency, and reduce mistrust. As stated in the Ballistic Missile Defense Review Report, “maintaining strategic stability in the U.S.-China relationship is as important to this Administration as . A Russian Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesman clarified July 6 that Putin was calling for “a permanently operating consulting process on the problems of strategic stability” in which the five legally recognized nuclear-weapon states—the United States, Russia, the .


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Ening strategic stability with Russia and China. Ac-cording to the NPR, the United States will pursue “high-level, bilateral dialogues aimed at promot-ing more stable, resilient, and transparent strategic relationships.” This emphasis on the importance of strategic stability reflects the recognition that changes.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: A synthesis of stability/transition findings / Jack N. Barkenbus and Alvin M. Weinberg --The transition and the Reagan administration / Jack N.

Barkenbus --Strategic defenses and the transition to assured survival / Glenn A. Kent and Randall J. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Strategic defenses and crisis stability. Santa Monica, Calif. (P.O. BoxSanta Monica ): Rand Corp., [].

Order E-Book. Kindle. B&N Nook 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. The book’s chapters, each written by a different expert, provide an impressive depth and breadth of analysis into how “strategic stability” continues to represent a lodestar for efforts to address both the current competition between the United States, Russia, and China and between regional powers in East Asia, South Asia, and the Middle.

A pressing issue facing the United States in the early s centers on whether, and for what strategic purposes, the United States should deploy nationwide ballistic missile defenses (BMD).

One argument is that such defenses could enhance by: 4. ity, arms race stability, and arms control. Cri­ sis stability is the degree to which strategic force characteristics might, in a crisis situa­ tion, reduce incentives to initiate the use of nu­ clear weapons.

Arms race stability involves the effect of planned deployments on the. Strategic Stability in the Second Nuclear Age Paperback – Novem Emerging technologies such as missile defenses, cyber and antisatellite weapons, and conventional precision strike weapons pose additional risks, Koblentz warns, and could potentially spur arms races and trigger crises.

Author: Gregory D. Koblentz. Stability strategies 4. Stability strategies Stability strategy is a strategy in which the organization retains its present strategy at the corporate level and continues focusing on its present products and markets. Examples of Stability strategies Steel Authority of India has adopted stability strategy because of over capacity in steel sector.

Corentin Brustlein, “The Erosion of Strategic Stability and the Future of Arms Control in Europe”, Proliferation Papers, No. 60, November Ifri 27 rue de la Procession Paris Cedex 15 – FRANCE Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 61 60 00 – Fax: +33 (0)1 40 61 60 60 Email: [email protected] Website: The impact of strategic defenses on stability is a central theme in the Strategic Defense Initiative debate.

This report examines the effects of defenses on first-strike stability. It is principally concerned with assessing first-strike stability during the transition from an offense-dominated strategic balance to a defense-dominated by: For background on defenses, see Paul L.

Chrzanowski, “The Transition to a Deterrence Posture More Reliant on Strategic Defenses,” in Dietrich Schoreer and David Hafemeister, eds., Nuclear Arms Technologies in the s (New York: American Institute of Physics, ), pp.

–43; Dean Wilkening and Kenneth Watman, “Strategic Defenses and First-Strike Stability” (Santa Monica, Calif. The idea of strategic stability, despite being a widely misunderstood term, has been the central concept within international relations literature, in both multipolar and bipolar systems, but in.

book in earlyStrategy and Arms Control, for the treaty banning active defenses against ballistic. strategic stability reflects the recognition that changes. Issues about crisis stability and strategic balance during such a transition and the impact of uncertainties in system performance are also examined.

An important conclusion of the analysis is that it is important to reduce the vulnerability of offensive forces before beginning the deployment of defenses with wide-area coverage. 7 references. Stability strategy implies continuing the current activities of the firm without any significant change in direction.

If the environment is unstable and the firm is doing well, then it may believe that it is better to make no changes. A firm is said to be following a stability strategy if it is satisfied with the same consumer groups and maintaining the same market share, satisfied with.

Strategic Stability in the Contemporary Security Environment Strategic stability is no longer defined by the “two-state, one weapon” model of the Cold War. Instead it involves multiple states and a wide range of capabilities that are no longer limited to nuclear weapons. Books shelved as strategic-studies: The Art of War by Sun Tzu, Strategy by B.H.

Liddell Hart, The American Century and Beyond: U.S. Foreign Relations, Book Description: To contribute to the worldwide debate on President Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative, here are two important studies, Ballistic Missile Defense Technologies and Anti-Satellite Weapons, Countermeasures.

and Arms Control. ways. 31 In their classic book Strateg y and Arms Control, Missile defenses can reduce strategic stability bet ween two comp a- Strategic Stability in the Second Nuclear Age.

Strategic Stability in Asia by Amit Gupta (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Amit Gupta Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Amit Gupta (Editor) ISBN ISBN Format: Hardcover. @article{osti_, title = {Moral and morale benefits of the Strategic Defense Initiative.

Student report}, author = {Poston, J R}, abstractNote = {This writer finds strategic defense a moral advance over the present nuclear deterrence policy as well as a probable boost to national and military morale because of the broad-based popular support attendant to the inherent moral suasion.

First, strategic stability entails that strategic offensive and defensive arms should be configured so that neither side’s defenses can undermine the other’s retaliatory strike capability.

Second, strategic stability requires reducing the number of warheads carried by each strategic missile. To contribute to the worldwide debate on President Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative, here are two important studies, Ballistic Missile Defense Technologies and Anti-Satellite Weapons, Countermeasures.

and Arms Control. Originally published in The National Defense Strategy acknowledges an increasingly complex global security environment, characterized by overt challenges to the free and open international order and the re-emergence of long-term, strategic competition between Size: KB.

Understanding ship stability is critical for all maritime students or professionals who are studying for a deck or engineering certificate of competency, or seeking promotion to a higher rank within any branch of the merchant marine or Navy.

The sixth edition of the now classic 'Ship Stability' provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of ship stability and ship strength, squat /5(8). Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), former U.S. government program responsible for research and development of a space-based system to defend the nation from attack by strategic ballistic missiles (see guided missile).The program is now administered by the Missile Defense Agency (originally the Strategic Defense Initiative Office), a separate agency in the U.S.

Dept. of Defense. Where strategic stability may have merit is in dealing with powers such as Russia or China. But when considering the clear and present threats to the United States, North Korea, and Iran, it is a. ensure that its strategic nuclear forces could overwhelm the missile defenses or otherwise render them ineffective.

In other words, strategic stability would be maintained, but it would be “low-level” stability based on strategic arms competition and almost surely accompanied by.

All of these factors combined to produce a dramatic new acceptance of strategic defenses as conducive to stability on the part of New Delhi. What is fascinating about this evolution is the manner in which missile defenses have come to reflect both an example of, and a means toward, the steady improvement in U.S.-Indian ties occurring in recent Cited by: One of the modern and commonly accepted definitions of strategic stability states that strategic stability is a robust strategic nuclear balance that is maintained over a long period of time despite the impact of destabilizing factors.3 The impact of missile defenses on strategic stability Ballistic missile defense systems can either undermine.

ensure strategic stability in a nuclear multiplicity environment among its nuclear-armed peers, near peers and nonpeers. The paper first analyzes what strategic stability meant during the Cold War and identifies common elements of strategic stability strategies.

In the second part, the paper recalculates strategic stability for the 21st : Robert Ewers. a universal recognition of the strategic stability concept, the cornerstone of which is the Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty. Strategic stability stemmed from mutual renunciation of strategic defense systems against intercontinental ballistic missiles, which eliminated incentives for the Soviet Union and the United States to build up Cited by:   Since it has spent roughly $80 billion [$ billion in dollars] more than the U.S.

on building strategic defenses against ballistic missiles, bombers, and cruise missiles, and today spends ten times more than the U.S. on strategic ground-based lasers capable of interfering with low-altitude U.S.

satellites. Citation Information. Strategic Defenses. Two Reports by the Office of Technology Assessment. Princeton University Press. Pages: – ISBN (Online): Cf. Kent and De Valk, Strategic Defenses and the Transition to Assured Survival’, Wilkening and Watman, Strategic Defenses and First-Strike Stability; and Stephen O.

Fought, ‘SDI: A Policy Analysis’, in Jack N. Barkenbus and Alvin M. Weinberg (eds), Stability and Strategic Defenses (Washington, D.C.: The Washington Institute Press, ).Author: Ivo H. Daalder. Stability Strategy Definition: The Stability Strategy is adopted when the organization attempts to maintain its current position and focuses only on the incremental improvement by merely changing one or more of its business operations in the perspective of customer groups, customer functions and technology alternatives, either individually or collectively.

The stable transition to strategic defences An example of the empty set Peter D. Zimmerman The Bush administration is committed to achieving the rapid development and early deployment of some kind of space-based missile defance, with Bril- Ilent Pebbles the favoured : Peter D.

Zimmerman. This book discusses the limitations and dangers of current perspectives on strategic security-- explaining that standards of safety that have evolved for improbable disasters have been applied.

strategic stability always, usually, or seldom, a good thing?” My third was, “When strategic stability is a book in earlyStrategy and Arms Control, which Soviets that ballistic missile defenses were comple-mentary to pre-emptive attack and contrary to the sta-bility of mutual by: 5.

This situation, Putin argued, requires Russia to build new offensive nuclear arms capable of penetrating the U.S. missile defenses in order to maintain “strategic stability” and not allow the.The text also takes a look at strategic arms control and stability. This topic includes effects on diplomatic relationships and debates on the use and deployment of missiles in defense strategies.

The book is a vital source of reference for readers interested in international security, particularly the use of missiles in defense systems.Effective Missile Defense: Advancements in AI enhanced targeting and navigation also improve prospects for a wide range of tactical and strategic defense systems, especially ballistic missile defenses, by empowering target acquisition, tracking and discrimination The convergence of powerful new offensive and defensive capabilities has.