Strategic Studies Quarterly, Air University, Maxwell AFB, AL
/ Published March 01, 2013
The New Era of Nuclear Weapons, Deterrence, and Conflict
Keir A. Lieber and Daryl G. Press
Technological innovation has dramatically improved the ability of states to launch “counterforce” attacks. In the coming decades, deterring the use of nuclear weapons during conventional wars will be much harder than most analysts believe.
Between Integration and Coexistence:US-Chinese Strategies of International Order
The US integrationist and the Chinese coexistence programs of international order give rise to an international system characterized by a proliferation of loose strategic partnerships and ad hoc collaboration, the absence of permanent conflict resolution mechanisms, and competing programs for maintaining international peace and stability.
Deterrence Logic and NATO's Nuclear Posture
Damon V. Coletta
Energy Insecurity: The False Promise of Liquid Biofuels
Capt T. A. “Ike” Kiefer, USN
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