Praeger, 1960. Such tailoring requires an in-depth understanding of the capabilities, values, intent, and decision making of potential adversaries, whether they are individuals, networks, or states.
Deterrence theory refers broadly to a body of academic work that came to dominate the security studies literature.
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Mostly, nations such as Ukraine and Belarus have seen their gas prices soar as a result of taking actions that displease Moscow. Apart from this, a credible threat (especially a nuclear one) was once thought to require a high level of military readiness, very short response times and substantial autonomy for lower-level commanders in order to prevent a potentially successful enemy decapitation strike from rendering the nation. These are now standard categories.
As such, it is more than simply being willing to fight if attacked: the term is nowadays used almost synonymously with the treat of nuclear retaliation, threatening massive destruction. The Logic of Deterrence. Ithaca ; London : Cornell University Press, 1983. Although effects-based operations concepts were never fully incorporated into joint doctrine, two elements that were absorbedeffects and systems perspectivehad a profound impact on tailored deterrence. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1992. Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 1985. It is not difficult to understand the concept of intimidating or otherwise convincing an adversary not to take an action. American attempts to sway adversaries from pursuing their interests are only credible when the United States has a commensurate interest in the status quo and when the situation is unambiguous. Second-wave deterrence theory is also known as rational deterrence theory since it relies on specific assumptions about the actors involved. Robert Jervis, "Deterrence Theory Revisited World Politics 31 (January 1979 289. Bush's administration introduced the term tailored deterrence into.S. Stein, "Building Politics into Psychology: The Misperception of Threat 250.
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