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Strategic satellite systems in a post-cold war environment

Strategic satellite systems in a post-cold war environment

hearing before the Legislation and National Security Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, second session, February 2, 1994.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Artificial satellites in telecommunication -- United States.,
  • Military telecommunication.,
  • Ballistic missile early warning system -- United States.,
  • Military surveillance -- United States.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 379 p.
    Number of Pages379
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17789415M

      The aftermath of the events of may have invalidated the simple division of the world, into democratic and totalitarian camps, which formed the basis of the Truman doctrine, "but another form of competition has been emerging that could be just as stark and just as pervasive it is the contest between forces of integration and fragmentation". Forces for integration, or the breaking-down Cited by: Nuclear Missions in the Post-Post Cold War System Nikolai Sokov Senior Research Associate -- escalation to a full-scale strategic conflict was almost guaranteed • Short-range systems (tactical) no longer seem very relevant or needed.

    Strategic Estimate for concluded, “Forces hostile to US interests likely are studying how to attack space networks.”8 Is there a post Cold War threat? If so, what is the best course of action for the US? This thesis will answer those questions. Assumptions : Claire E Steele. @article{osti_, title = {Who won the Cold War}, author = {Deudney, D and Ikenberry, G J}, abstractNote = {Behind the debate over who won the Cold War are competing images of the forces shaping recent history. Containment, strength, and confrontation - the trinity enshrined in conventional thinking on western foreign policy's role in ending the Cold War - obscure the nature of these.

    When confronted with a persistent foreign policy problem that threatens U.S. interests, and that cannot be adequately addressed through economic or political pressure, American policymakers and opinion formers have increasingly resorted to recommending the use of limited military force: that is, enough force to attempt to resolve the problem while minimizing U.S. military deaths, local. Strategic Air Command (SAC) was both a United States Department of Defense (DoD) Specified Command and a United States Air Force (USAF) Major Command (MAJCOM), responsible for Cold War command and control of two of the three components of the U.S. military's strategic nuclear strike forces, the so-called "nuclear triad", with SAC having control of land-based strategic bomber aircraft and Active: – US Air Force, – US Army .


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What was once justified as strategic pragmatism in the Cold War is now looked on with disdain. with in the post-Cold War environment. of early warning systems. THE NEW ACTORS. In the post. This Report contains a Consensus Report and the papers submitted to the April 6NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Strategic Stability In The Post-Cold War World And The Future Of Nuclear Disarmament, held in Washington D.

C., United States Of America of. The Cold War offset strategy discussed here and in other articles from the War on the Rocks Beyond Offset initiative and the associated Center for a New American Security project is finally receiving the attention it deserves.

In a series of contributions to the Beyond Offset series, I will offer my views on the Cold War offset strategy. Eras unfold in strange ways until you suddenly realize they are over. For example, the Cold War era meandered for decades, during which U.S.-Soviet detentes or the end of the Vietnam War could have seemed to signal the end of the era itself.

Now, we are at a point where the post-Cold War model no longer explains the behavior of the world. Airpower in the Post Cold War Cognitive Lesson Objective: • Comprehend the key events of the Post Cold War Era and the impact of air and space power on the missions of that era.

Cognitive Samples of Behavior: • State the US objectives of the Gulf War. • List the File Size: KB. An informal global moratorium on the testing of anti-satellite weapons had held since ; the intervening decades had been a period of post–Cold War. Following the breakup of the Soviet Union in the ambitious nature of Reagan’s SDI program was scaled back under George H.W.

Bush from a massive global missile shield to a smaller, regional defensive program capable of interdicting missiles in smaller numbers but with higher accuracy, reflecting the new realities of a post-Cold War world.

The Post-Cold War Era. Implications for Educators. Maurice A. East. Following the end of the Cold War, international relations experts are looking at the world in new consensus has yet emerged on how to describe and analyze the current era of international relations.

Deterrence, often mentioned in Cold War ASAT discussions, may be difficult to carry out effectively against a Third World country, particu larly in wartime.2' Deterrence in kind - destroying an attacker's satellites in retaliation for loss of one of the user's - is infeasible if Cited by: 9.

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From the time when DSP served as the backbone of the nation's strategic early warning system during the cold war through its continued use in the still very threatening climate of the s to its replacement by a presumably more capable system, this book is an important contribution to the public's understanding of space-based military s: 7.

Both theorists and security practitioners will find it challenging and useful." (Steven Metz U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute) "Zenko's analysis of the limited use of force is brilliant and timely.

He breaks new ground in moving beyond Cold War thinking to assess the efficacy of specific military measures in a unipolar by: 5. Post-Cold War Conflict Deterrence examines the meaning of deterrence in this new environment and identifies key elements of a post-Cold War deterrence strategy and the critical issues in devising such a strategy.

It further examines the significance of these findings for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Satellite Vulnerability: a post-Cold War issue. Allen Thomson. Space Policy (ISSN ), 11 (1), Februarypp The widely discussed use of US reconnaissance satellites during the Gulf War will strongly motivate future regional adversaries to seek ways of countering US space-based assets.

SLOTTEN I Satellite Communications, Globalization, and the Cold War superiority of American political institutions but also to carry out a man date to share with the public the knowledge acquired in the course of build ing the space program.5 This article focuses on the decision by the United States during the.

This is qualitatively worse than any post-Cold War period.” Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons Leads to Divestment On July 7,more than countries adopted the UN Treaty on the.

KATHLEEN H. HICKS: Good morning, everybody. Thank you for joining us here at CSIS today. I’m Kathleen Hicks.

I direct the International Security Program here at CSIS. And I have the great pleasure of being able to introduce and moderate the session today with General H.R.

McMaster. Let me first thank Rolls-Royce North America, who makes this Military Strategy Forum possible. THE end of the cold war is arguably the most momentous event in international politics since the end ofWorld War II and the dawn of the atomic age.

Paraphrasing John F. Kennedy on the advent of nu­ clear weapons, one scholar sees the end of the cold war as changing "all the answers and all the questions."1 Another scholar, however, denies.Washington, D.C., Ma - The largest U.S.

spy agency warned the incoming Bush administration in its "Transition " report that the Information Age required rethinking the policies and authorities that kept the National Security Agency in compliance with the Constitution's 4th Amendment prohibition on "unreasonable searches and seizures" without warrant and "probable cause.Indian Armed Forces and Space Technology.

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