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Israeli nuclear deterrence

Shai Feldman

Israeli nuclear deterrence

a strategy for the 1980s

by Shai Feldman

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York, Guildford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atomic weapons.,
  • Israel -- Military policy.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p281-297. - Includes index.

    StatementShai Feldman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA853.I8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii,310p. ;
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21198401M
    ISBN 100231055463, 0231055471

    THE AMBIGUOUS PERFORMANCE OF ISRAELI NUCLEAR DETERRENCE The majority of Israeli strategists contend that Israel's nuclear policy has ac-complished its principal objective of deterring an all-out Arab attack aimed at the annihilation of the Jewish state.8 Support for this argument rests on the nonoccurrence of such an attack. Before Israel's nuclear arsenal can purposefully enhance that country's security, it will first have to contribute recognizably to Israeli nuclear deterrence and to Israel's perceived ability to Author: LOUIS RENE BERES.

    Continuing "Deliberate Nuclear Ambiguity" or Increasing Disclosure. Increasingly, America will have to rely on a multi-faceted doctrine of nuclear deterrence. In turn, like its already-nuclear Israeli ally, [xiv] specific elements of this "simple but difficult" doctrine could sometime need to be rendered less "ambiguous." This complex and. In 15 libraries. xviii, p. ; 24 cm. Deterrence (Strategy) Nuclear warfare. Israel -- Military policy. Middle East -- Strategic aspects.

    Vol. 3, No. 22 19 April The Vanunu Myths and Israeli Deterrence Policy Gerald M. Steinberg. The concept of "whistle blower" refers to individuals who go public with information on corrupt practices and violations of the law, enabling the constituted authorities to hold the culprits accountable. Bomb, Opacity, Democracy Matteo GERLINI Israel’s nuclear policy is the nation’s last taboo. Avner Cohen’s book explains that the country’s posture of nuclear opacity is incompatible with the values of a liberal democracy and that it undermines the norm of public accountability and oversight.


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As instruments of deterrence, nuclear weapons can succeed only in their protracted non-use. It follows from all this that Israel's nuclear weapons must consistently remain oriented to deterrence ex ante, and not to actual war fighting or revenge ex post.

As instruments of deterrence, nuclear weapons can succeed only in their protracted non-use. The Israeli “Nuclear Alert” of Deterrence and Signaling in Crisis.

Washington, D.C.: Center for Naval Analyses. Cold War International History Project Bulletin. “19 MarchResolution, USSR Council of Ministers with Draft Letters from Soviet Government to Mao Zedong and Kim Il Sung and Directive to Soviet Delegation at Cited by: There are persuasive connections between more “open” Israeli strategic nuclear doctrine and certain enemy state perceptions of Israeli nuclear deterrence.

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Although it would likely be worse for Israel to have to face a mad nuclear enemy than a “merely” irrational one, Jerusalem would have no. Particularly in an entrenched conflict such as the Arab-Israeli conflict, where an ongoing asymmetric attrition campaign by resistance groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah is an enduring norm, such a policy is sensible and adequate.

The ability for deterrence to completely dissuade all forms of violence is an impossible standard. Upgrading Israeli nuclear deterrence; Core consequences of P5+1 agreement with Iran Current instabilities in the Middle East will generate compelling reasons for Israel to re-examine its.

Israel's nuclear strategy after the Iran agreement. and Israeli nuclear deterrence. and is the author of many major books and articles dealing with Israeli nuclear strategy. For over This book develops an innovative framework to answer this question, viewing deterrence as an idea.

This allows the author to explain how countries institutionalize deterrence strategy, and how this internalization affects policy.

He argues that the US and Israel have both internalized deterrence ideas and become attached to these by: 7. Yet a strategy of deterrence by denial, or a prioritization of defense and resilience in cyberspace, has been a key element missing from U.S.

cybersecurity strategies to date. In the s, as the Soviet Union developed nuclear weapons at scale, the United States faced. Alternatively, Israel may decide to strengthen its deterrence capability, if this is viewed as a better strategy. 37 In the deterrence option, past Israeli reliance on an unannounced and untested nuclear retaliatory threat may be seen to be inadequate and lacking the credibility necessary to influence Iranian decision makers.

In this case, it. Dr. Feldman's book, ''Israeli Nuclear Deterrence: A Strategy for the 's,'' was published this month in English by Columbia University Press. Instead, such preparations should become essential and integral components of Israeli nuclear deterrence.

After all, a vital connection may emerge between likely prowess/success in war, and the. North Korea’s nuclearization has implications for Israel's nuclear deterrence posture.

There are several plausible means by which a nuclear conflict could arise in the Middle East. It may be time to consider a phase-out of Israel's "deliberate nuclear ambiguity" and to focus Israeli planning around evaluations of enemy rationality.

The Israeli “Nuclear Alert” of Deterrence and Signaling in Crisis forthcoming book is based on extensive research into the Israeli official archives, including newly declassified documents.

alleged Israeli nuclear alert or attempt at “blackmailing” the United States, “categorically denied that Jericho missiles were made.

Israeli Nuclear Deterrence: The Failure of a Concept Historically, the Israeli nuclear deterrent was developed during the s and This in necessitated by the fact that deterrence has been the guiding concept in the development of Israel's military doctrine and, by default, the main.More generally, I show nuclear substitution should happen only rarely: when a state is satisfied with the territorial status-quo, and its security challenges are amenable to pure nuclear deterrence.The Israeli “Nuclear Alert” of Deterrence and Signaling in Crisis Deterrence, arms control, missile defense and WMD proliferation Rumors of an Israeli nuclear alert in the early days of the Yom Kippur War have circulated for decades, even making their way into popular culture.

The alleged alert has also informed more serious.