Models of deterrence. by Bailey, William C. Download PDF EPUB FB2
In this book, Freedman charts the evolution of the contemporary concept of deterrence, and discusses whether – and how – it still has relevance in today’s world.
He considers constructivist as well as realist approaches and draws on criminological as well as strategic studies literature to develop a concept of a norms-based, as opposed to 5/5(3).
These models are outlined in Robert Jervis, Perception and Misperception in International Politics (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), chapter 3 ("Deterrence, the Spiral Model, and Intentions of the Adversary,"), pp.
Jervis spoke only of "deterrence," not of a "deterrence model," but the set of concepts he defines as "deterrence" comprise a model, so I refer here to a. The whole questions of the role of nuclear deterrence in U.S.
strategic policy deserves a robust national debate, and Dr. Payne's insightful, timely and exceedingly well-documented analysis in The Great American Gamble is a perfect place to begin. For many who read his book, it is also likely where it will end.
-- --Senator Charles Robb5/5(3). MODELS OF DETERRENCE THEORY The size of this coefficient is not impressive, but it is statistically significant. For black males, the income effect is in the opposite direction.
For every $ of income, there is a decrease in expected probability of committing a crime of Cited by: The spiral model and deterrence model are rather similar as they try to provide explanations concerning the outbreak of war.
However, according to the spiral model, the main reason of all the disputes is punishment, and the deterrence model states that acts of appeasement have. Short, insightful, and well written.
You can't ask for much more from a book on international political theory. Published inDeterrence addresses the theory of deterrence as it was shortly the United States invaded Iraq, animated by the alternative idea of pre-emption. Freedman is not beholden to a single theory of international relations unlike many other scholars in his field/5.
Deterrence theory is the idea that an inferior force, by virtue of the destructive power of the force's weapons, could deter a more powerful adversary, provided that this force could be protected against destruction by a surprise attack.
This doctrine gained increased prominence as a military strategy during the Cold War with regard to the use of nuclear weapons and is related to, but distinct. Cybersecurity’s next phase: Cyber-deterrence. Decem pm EST. Dorothy Denning, Naval Postgraduate School.
Author. Dorothy DenningAuthor: Dorothy Denning. As a concept, deterrence has launched a thousand books and articles. It has dominated Western strategic thinking for more than four decades.
In this important and groundbreaking new book, Lawrence Freedman develops a distinctive approach to the evaluation of deterrence as both a state of mind and a strategic option.
This approach is applied to post-cold war crisis management, and the. Theoretical Models of Deterring Terrorism, Elli Lieberman.
Israel-Hezbollah: From ‘Rules of the Game’ to Deterrence Stability, Daniel Sobelman. Israel-PLO: From National Liberation to Deterrence Stability, Or Honig and Ido Yahel. Britain-PIRA: From National Liberation to Diplomacy and Peace, Rory Finegan. Our purpose in this book is to develop a general theory of deterrence, applicable across the entire spectrum of human interactions, not restricted to any particular time period nor specific to any particular technology.
Our starting point is the inadequacy of the standard formulation – classical deterrence theory – which we see as logically inconsistent, empirically inaccurate, and. The theoretical literature of interstate conflict is dominated by two conceptual models, classical deterrence theory and the spiral model.
The fundamental tenet of classical deterrence theory is. Deterrence is an old practice, readily defined and described, widely employed but unevenly effective and of questionable reliability.
Elevated to prominence after World War II and the arrival of nuclear weapons, deterrence became the central recourse for sustaining international and internal security and stability among and within states in an era of serious by: 1. Get this from a library. Simple models to explore deterrence and more general influence in the war with al-Qaeda.
[Paul K Davis] -- Simple, conceptual models can be used to help guide thinking about how to deter or to otherwise influence potential, actual, or disengaging terrorists. Contemporary Strategic Deterrence and Precision-Guided Munitions Paul H.
Nitze and J.H. McCall, Johns Hopkins University Two major developments in the post-Cold War era profoundly alter the objectives and potential effectiveness of contemporary U.S. deterrence efforts. Deterrence theory's central hypotheses are that crime can be prevented when punishment is certain, severe, and quick.
Whether explicitly or implicitly, deterrence-centric philosophy serves as the. model of rational choice to modify or expand the deterrence doc-trine. The link between deterrence and rational choice has since be-come well-established in the literature.7 B.
DETERRENCE AND RATIONAL CHOICE AS SPECIAL CASES OF SOCIAL LEARNING PRINCIPLES Neither deterrence nor rational choice theory is a general or. Get this from a library. A simple model of optimal deterrence and incapacitation.
[Steven Shavell; National Bureau of Economic Research,] -- The deterrence of crime and its reduction through incapacitation are studied in a simple multiperiod model of crime and law enforcement. Optimal imprisonment sanctions and the optimal probability of.
This excellent report has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction. Deterrence thinking has evolved from the Cold War to the present.
During the period from when the United States sought to deter attacks by the U.S.S.R. and Warsaw Pact, U.S. nuclear forces were fielded primarily to prevent. Deterrence in relation to criminal offending is the idea or theory that the threat of punishment will deter people from committing crime and reduce the probability and/or level of offending in is one of five objectives that punishment is thought to achieve; the other four objectives are denunciation, incapacitation (for the protection of society), retribution and rehabilitation.
The capabilities of U.S. naval forces that especially bear on the deterrence objectives also are examined.
Finally, the book examines the utility of models, games, and simulations as decision aids in improving the naval forces' understanding of situations in which deterrence must be used and in improving the potential success of deterrence actions.
Modern deterrence theories were conceived in the aftermath of World War I. Given the human and political carnage associated with the Great War, it was natural for historians, military strategists, policy analysts, diplomats, and politicians to try to understand why the breakdown occurred.
The standard interpretation of the coming of World War I provided the intellectual foundation for Author: Stephen L. Quackenbush, Frank C. Zagare. Focused deterrence strategies generally target a specific type or group of offenders, such as youth gang members or repeat violent offenders.
Many focused deterrence interventions have primarily targeted incidents of homicide and serious violence (criminal activities that usually involve chronic offenders) in urban settings (Kennedy ).
Some. Finally he contends that the revolution in military affairs can promote less reliance on deterrence by retaliatory threats, support better collective management of peace and security and permit us to outgrow nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction.
This new major work builds upon Patrick Morgan's landmark book, Deterrence (). Cooperative Models in International Relations Michael D.
Intriligator and Urs Luterbacher Cooperation problems in international relations research have been asso ciated with a variety of approaches. Game theoretical and rational-choice perspectives have been used extensively to analyze international conflict at a bilateral two-actor level. Perfect Deterrence theory’s models and their respective fit to intended targets.
Since the idealized model in this context can be problematic the paper studies the deterrence models’ foundations from five criteria proposed to evaluate idealized models.
It is concluded that since the PDT models has a whole system of targets while CDT. The old models of deterrence by punishment and denial don’t seem to be working anymore. The good news is there just may be another option—a slower one.
As luck would have it, two centuries ago, the Russians dealt with the great challenge of their era in a way that can aid our thinking. Tailored Deterrence of New Actors. Tailored deterrence is, in the words of Dr. Jerrold Post, an actor-specific set of deterrence capabilities designed to influence a specific leader or leader’s group.
Deterrence strategy may be tailored to the actors to be deterred, the capabilities needed to execute this strategy, and to the points in ongoing. Finally, the book examines the utility of models, games, and simulations as decision aids in improving the naval forces' understanding of situations in which deterrence must be used and in improving the potential success of deterrence actions.
What is General Deterrence Theory. § “.assertions about deterrence are virtually meaningless unless they refer to specific properties of punishment.”3 § Policy must define the actual punishment that will be imposed 3(Gibbs, ) 7File Size: KB.
deterrence theory is correct, then to reduce crime, the correctional system should be orga-nized to maximize the pain of crime and to minimize its benefits. Its whole aim should be to scare people straight—those who have engaged in crime (specific deterrence) and those who are thinking about committing crime (general deterrence).Learn deterrence theory with free interactive flashcards.
Choose from 95 different sets of deterrence theory flashcards on Quizlet.we must jettison the models, not gloss over their inadequacies.-Paul Samuelson, PROPONENTS of "rational deterrence theory" contend that it is conceptually sound, a good predictor of strategic behavior, and a suc-cessful strategy of conflict management.
All three assertions are unwar-ranted. Existing theories of deterrence are incomplete and.