Defense Homeland Security

Defense Homeland Security - National Security Game Theory:...

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National Security Game Theory: winning strategies for parties involved in situations where their interest conflict with each other.
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Threats Deterrence: A nation can dissuade a rational enemy from attacking by maintaining the capacity to destroy the enemy’s society even after the nation has suffered a well executed surprise attack by the enemy. Strategic Weapons: Land based missiles Submarine launched missiles MIRV War Heads Stealth Bomber
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Nondeterrable Threats Missiles launched by a terrorists nation, Or a “rogue” nation whose leaders are prepared to sacrifice their own people to a retaliatory strike. Missiles launches by terrorist groups who have acquired nuclear weapons and the means of delivering them. Accidental missile launches.
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When To Use Military Force Protect Vital Interests “Is it worth dying for.” In Support of Important Political Organization “war is a continuation of politics by other means” Support of the War on Terrorism capture or kill terrorists”
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