deterrence


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a negative motivational influence

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a communication that makes you afraid to try something

the act or process of discouraging actions or preventing occurrences by instilling fear or doubt or anxiety

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The two governments have long been discussing deterrence issues in various fora, and this Extended Deterrence Dialogue has been held on a regular basis since 2010.
In relevant remarks in December, Chief of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Hossein Baqeri underlined his country's high deterrence power, adding that it prevents enemies from even thinking about military aggression against Tehran.
However, the nuclear industry and deterrence discourse of the Cold War has made nuclear weapons fetish objects and nuclear deterrence sacrosanct for many here as elsewhere.
The enhanced forward presence has been a success, but deterrence is not finished," the president said.
4) The argument offered here is that these underlying rationales for continuing investment and development of strategic nuclear bomber forces are either outdated regarding the threat environment, ineffective due to technological advancements, or increasingly inefficient because of the relative unit cost for nuclear deterrence attained through ICBMs and SLBMs.
This article examines how the nation could better prepare to deter aggressive action in space and cyberspace, and if necessary, prevail should deterrence fail.
He also explained the salient features of Full Spectrum Deterrence policy, which envisaged possession of a
He also explained the salient features of Full Spectrum Deterrence policy, which envisages possession of a full range of nuclear weapons that could reach every part of the Indian territory; having enough yield and numbers to deter rival from its policy of massive retaliation; and having liberty of picking targets including counter-value, counter-force and battelefield.
He also explained the salient features of Full Spectrum Deterrence policy, which envisaged possession of a full range of nuclear weapons that could reach every part of the Indian territory; having enough yield and numbers to deter rival from its policy of massive retaliation; and having liberty of picking targets including counter-value, counter-force and battlefield.
Deterrence means to halt an enemy from taking an undesired course of action through use or threat of use of force (Frey 2006).
10 statement, given as part of a talk to participants in a high-profile Vatican conference on nuclear weapons issues, as a development away from the church's prior acceptance of the deterrence as a strategy.
5382 or the 'Terrorism Threat Deterrence Act of 2017.
Russia could replace its nuclear weapons arms with high-precision bombs as factors of deterrence in order to strengthen world peace and to help decrease international tensions, the Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (https://sputniknews.
carriers in airline markets: a simultaneous game with complete information and two sequential games with or without strategic entry deterrence.
Couple of evenings ago I have seized an erudite opportunity to attend the seminar at Islamabad club titled "Emerging Security Paradigm and deterrence equilibrium in south Asia" when a former Chairman of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) Parvez Butt emerged from the audience amidst the question answer hearing merely to correct the speakers why the state of Pakistan to focus only on its nuclear deterrence?