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Interaction of Strategic Defenses with Crisis Stability Part 11

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Title: Interaction of Strategic Defenses with Crisis Stability Part 11  
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Excerpt: Stability indices produce a picture of the transition from offensive to defensive deterrence. Now, fixed intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) act as a sink; submarine launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs) carry the brunt of retaliation; and aircraft add little. START would shift towards aircraft. Moderate defenses could suppress SLBMs, but would not protect a significant number of ICBMs. Retaliation would shift to aircraft, if protected and penetrating. Combined boost- and midcourse defenses increase stability. -eductions of heavy ICBMs or launch on warning would have little impact. Unilateral defenses change crisis indices little, but reduce deliver...

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CONTENTS ABSTRACT I. INTRODUCTION 11. INTERACTION AND STABILITY MODELS 111. COMPANION ANALYSIS IV. IMPACT OF INTERCEPTOR MIXES ON CRISIS STABILITY A. Analysis B. Stability Indices C. Observations V. CRISIS STABILITY DURING PARALLEL ICBM BUILD DOWNS A. Analysis B. Discussion C . Conclusions VI. LAUNCH ON WARNING/LAUNCH UNDER ATTACK A. Analysis B. Discussion C. Observations VII. UNILATERAL DEPLOYMENTS OF STRATEGIC DEFENSES A. Analysis B. Discussion C. Observations VIII. REDUCTIONS OF OFFENSES WITH DEPLOYMENT OF DEFENSES A. Analysis B. Discussion C. Observations IX. BOMBER ALERT & PENETRATION RATES VS CRISIS STABILITY A. Alert Rates B.> Penetration Rates C. Interactive Penetration D. Sensitivity to Target Sets E. Observations F. Conclusions X. CONCLUSIONS ACKNOWLEDGMENT REFERENCES

 

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