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Opinion: Whatever happened to deterrence?

Opinion: Whatever happened to deterrence?

We have grown accustomed to the deterrence theory formulated as the Cold War began. The concept covers “nuclear deterrence” down to the last detail. Nuclear deterrence—or, more accurately, the “balance of terror” and mutually assured destruction theory—constituted a...