By Derek D. Smith
Confronted with America's army superiority, many nations are turning to guns of mass destruction (WMD) as a method to discourage usa intervention. besides the fact that, the occasions of September eleven woke up the USA to a point of vulnerability it had by no means skilled ahead of, making it more and more unwilling to tolerate such guns within the palms of volatile and unpredictable regimes. via theoretical, old, and prescriptive lenses, this ebook explores the trendy protection issue created by way of the dual fears of yank encroachment and vulnerability which shape a vicious cycle of lack of confidence that demanding situations conventional notions of deterrence. utilizing Iraq and North Korea as case reports, Smith argues that the us might have to reconsider its international coverage concepts opposed to WMD proliferation, giving renewed realization to shielding measures, negotiated disarmament, interdiction, and maybe preemption.
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