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Non-U.S. Deterrence Strategies: What Must the United States Be Prepared For? AY19 Strategic Deterrence Research Papers (Vol II)

United States Air Force Center for Strategic Deterrence Studies, Air University, Maxwell AFB, AL --

 

uture Warfare Series No. 10 The Anthrax Vaccine Debate: A Medical Review for Commanders 20 Randall J. Larsen and Patrick D. Ellis Future Warfare Series No. 20 Defending the American Homeland 1993-2003 30 Tanja M. Korpi and Christopher Hemmer Future Warfare Series No. 30 Avoiding Panic and Keeping the Ports Open in a Chemical and Biological Threat Environment A Literature Review 40 Lieutenant Colonel Fred P. Stone, USAF Future Warfare Series No. 40 The “Worried Well” Response to CBRN Events: Analysis and Solu�ons Non-U.S. Deterrence Strategies: What Must the United States Be Prepared For? AY19 Strategic Deterrence Research Papers (Vol II)

Non-U.S. Deterrence Strategies: What Must the United States Be Prepared For? AY19 Strategic Deterrence Research Papers (Vol II)

Edited by Dr. Paige Cone, Dr. James Platte, and Dr. Lewis Steinhoff,

USAF Center for Strategic Deterrence Studies, Air University, Maxwell AFB, ALThe Air University Deterrence Research Task Force, composed of Air War College and Air Command and Staff College students, developed a series of papers in response to research questions from the commander, Air Force Global Strike Command, and the Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategic Deterrence and Nuclear Integration in 2019. The papers deepen last year’s research on East Asia topics as well as reviewing Russian strategy and EMP issues. This collection of papers represents ongoing critical thinking on strategic policy issues conducted at Maxwell AFB.

 

 

 

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