Deterrence: Rising Powers, Rogue Regimes, and Terrorism in by A. Lowther

By A. Lowther

This quantity strikes past chilly warfare deterrence conception to teach the various ways that deterrence is acceptable to modern defense: in area, in our on-line world, and opposed to non-state actors. It additionally examines the position of nuclear deterrence within the twenty-first century and reaches awesome conclusions.

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Such operations include computer network operations and activities to operate and defend the Global Information Grid. We view cyberspace first and foremost as a foundational domain that enables US military superiority and secondarily as another warfighting 34 K A M A A L T. J A B B O U R A N D E . P A U L R A T A Z Z I domain in its own right, where specific effects can be achieved through cyberspace operations. 2 However, a recent Air Force Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) study3 concluded that during a conflict, the nature and availability of this environment can and will change dramatically.

9. E. com/news/2009/02/af_ satellites_space_022009/. 10. com. 11. DriveHeadquarters Website, “Online Backup Files & Emails,” http://www. com/. 12. L. S. Tinnel, O. S. Saydjari, and J. W. Haines, “An Integrated Cyber Panel System,” Proceedings of the 2003 DARPA Information Survivability Conference and Exposition, Vol. 2, 32–34. 13. B. Hale, M. R. Grimaila, R. F. Mills, M. Haas, and P. Maynard, “Communicating Potential Mission Impact Using Shared Mission Representations,” Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Information Warfare and Security, WPAFB, OH, April 8–9, 2010.

In space, USSTRATCOM’s Operationally Responsive Space A N O P E R AT I O N A L LY R E S P O N S I V E C Y B E R S P A C E 31 office contributes to deterrence by denying the adversary the benefits of a space attack. ORS efforts signal to others that attacks against our satellites and space assets will be less effective, because these attacks can be mitigated using a three-tiered approach to developing, deploying, and employing space capabilities. An Operationally Responsive Cyberspace construct affords much the same result for our nation in cyberspace.

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