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Understanding the role of deterrence in counterterrorism security

Andrew R. Morral

Understanding the role of deterrence in counterterrorism security

by Andrew R. Morral

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Published by RAND in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementAndrew R. Morral, Brian A. Jackson
ContributionsJackson, Brian A., 1972-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsU162.6 .M6726 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24462996M
ISBN 109780833049148
LC Control Number2009047042

  Understanding the Implications of France’s Strategic Review on Defense and National Security Octo Europe’s migration crisis, the Arab Spring and conflict in Syria and Libya, the creation of Daesh and terrorism, and the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union have all challenged European and French security, as well. Counterterrorism Security, Intelligence, and Deterrence Preparation and Response Laws, Justice, and Morality Counterterrorism: Security, Intelligence, and Deterrence. Combating Terrorism: Strategies of Ten Countries Yonah Alexander, editor ISBN (cloth) ISBN (cloth) University of Michigan Press, S.

Some terrorism specialists expressed skepticism about using a deterrence framework to combat terrorism, but most terrorism researchers did not examine this strategy in detail. Deterrence researchers in the field of security studies, meanwhile, focused on the strategy's uses in relation to interstate conflict, especially at the nuclear level. Understand the central themes around globalization, global security, foreign policy, and models of conflict. Gain perspective on the role nation-states and international organizations play in the modern global system, particularly as it relates to conflict management, human rights, trade, and economic development.

Christopher Bellavita ABSTRACT: In this essay, Christopher Bellavita reviews what he considers to be ten essential homeland security books, those works he finds himself returning to as he seeks to understand contemporary homeland security events. These include the 9/11 Commission Report (); The National Strategy for Homeland Security (); After: How . role to play in countering the new terrorist threat. Richard Betts, for example, writes that deterrence has "limited efficacy for modern counterterrorism."1 A RAND study asserts, "The concept of deterrence is both too limiting and too naive to be applicable to the war on terrorism."2 And the belief that deterrence.


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Understanding the role of deterrence in counterterrorism security by Andrew R. Morral Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Understanding the Role of Deterrence in Counterterrorism Security (Occasional Papers) (): Morral, Andrew R., Jackson, Brian A.: BooksCited by: Get this from a library. Understanding the role of deterrence in counterterrorism security. [Andrew R Morral; Brian A Jackson; Rand Corporation.; Rand Homeland Security (Program)] -- Deterrence, a central feature of counterterrorism security systems and a major factor in the cost-effectiveness of many security programs, is not well understood or measured.

Deterrence is a critical feature of cost-effective counterterrorism efforts, but it is not well understood or measured. This simple framework for evaluating the relative value of deterrent measures draws on a growing literature on the role of deterrence in counterterrorism strategy and terrorist by: Request PDF | Understanding the Role of Deterrence in Counterterrorism Security | This paper is one in the series New Ideas in Homeland Security, a set.

Andrew R. Morral is the author of Understanding the Role of Deterrence in Counterterrorism Security ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published /5(3). During the Cold War, deterrence theory was the cornerstone of U.S.

foreign policy. Following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, however, popular wisdom dictated that terrorist organizations Understanding the role of deterrence in counterterrorism security book radical fanatics could not be deterred—and governments shifted their attention to combating terrorism rather than deterring it.

This book challenges that prevailing assumption and offers insight as. During the Cold War, deterrence theory was the cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy. Following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, however, popular wisdom dictated that terrorist organizations and radical fanatics could not be deterred—and governments shifted their attention to combating terrorism rather than deterring it.

This book challenges that prevailing. It also explains why effective long-term crime control strategies must strike a balance between opportunity reduction, deterrence, and developmental interventions. The following discussion places terrorism within an evolutionary-ecological framework and proposes a suite of theoretically driven counterterrorism policies.

Press Releases The Office of the Spokesperson releases statements, media notes, notices to the press and fact sheets on a daily basis. These are posted to our website as they are released throughout the day. Understanding the Role of Deterrence in Counterterrorism Security Deterrence is a central concept in counterterrorism security, yet it is not well understood or measured.

Without effective deterrence, counterterrorism security may simply be impractical, as noted by the Transportation Research Board (, p. 34): “[T]he impracticality of elimi.

Many scholars and policymakers argue that deterrence strategies have no significant role to play in counterterrorism. The case against deterrence rests on three pillars: terrorists are irrational.

Title: Understanding the Role of Deterrence in Counterterrorism Security. Descriptive Note: Monograph. Corporate Author: RAND CORP ARLINGTON VA HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAM.

Personal Author(s): Morral, Andrew R ; Jackson, Brian A. Full Text. Despite being theorised during the Cold War, deterrence continues to play a central role in informing the state’s military and judicial responses.

Nevertheless, while denial and punishment strategies may yield short-term benefits, such policies have proven unable to remedy the issue of terrorism in the longer term.

Only by engaging with the socio-political contexts from which terrorism. As the sub-areas of warfare are split, terrorism (especially in J&K), the ambit of grey zone warfare, hybrid warfare including conventional war and nuclear war, it is imperative to fathom if cross-domain deterrence will be effective.

As an example, hence only an indicative and not exhaustive, an attempt is made to co-locate competing deterrent. Deterring terrorism is too vague a concept.

Deterrence as a counterterrorism strategy depends on a bottom-up approach; a top-down approach, at best, creates a negative trickle-down effect. States must deter problematic socio-economic systems in order to prevent the individual from seeking out extreme measures for self-worth, which will, by extension.

During the Cold War, deterrence theory was the cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy. Following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, however, popular wisdom dictated that terrorist organizations and radical fanatics could not be deterred―and governments shifted their attention to combating terrorism rather than deterring s: 1.

This paper aims to address the limitations of classical deterrence theory in dealing with violent non-state actors (VNSAs).,The study uses qualitative methods.,It suggests that two measures must be applied; the first one is to rephrase the assumptions of the theory towards a broader definition.

The second one is to theorize certain approaches for deterring VNSAs. Replacing Deterrence as a Doctrine. I acknowledge that deterrence is still so embedded in security thinking, and is regarded as such a crucial underpinning of the global security infrastructure, that we cannot expect simply to remove it (by some miraculous U-turn to achieve global nuclear disarmament) without putting something in its place.

Terrorism Bookshelf: Top Books on Terrorism and Counterterrorism. Selected and reviewed by Joshua Sinai. Terrorist rebellions, in all their configurations, constitute first order national security threats facing the international community.

Declarations that are not fulfilled create “negative deterrence.” Such a case is rare in a paradigm of strategic deterrence between states (and certainly in nuclear deterrence).

In attempts to deter terrorism, though, negative deterrence is a daily phenomenon. Tactical deterrence begins to erode the moment it is fielded. Cops and Spooks: The Role of Police in Counterterrorism: November Weisburd, David: Book Chapter: Counter-Terrorism in India: An Ad Hoc Response to an Enduring and Variable Threat: January Singh, Rashmi: Book Chapter: Counter-Terrorism in the Post-9/11 Era: Successes, Failures and Lessons Learnt: January Dr.

Michael reviews twelve contemporary books on nuclear weapons, nuclear proliferation, nuclear terrorism, and assessments of future nuclear threats and associated national security policy. Tailored Deterrence: Influencing States and Groups of Concern, User Review - Flag as inappropriate Terrorism: Reality of Invisible Balance of Power Naveed Ahmed In his book, Invisible Balance of Power, published inSajjad Shaukat has taken present ‘different war’ as an interaction of ‘state terrorism’ led by the United States and the ‘group terrorism’ by the Al Qaeda or Islamic militants.

A number of authors have written books about /5(2).