Policy and strategy

Policy and strategy

Cybersecurity policy; Cybersecurity strategy

Beyond Punishment: Deterrence in the Digital Realm

Kerttunen, Mika. "Beyond Punishment: Deterrence in the Digital Realm." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 18, no. 1 (2019): 61-68.

he Comfortable Laziness of Deterrence Theory

Can anything new and meaningful be said of deterrence? Not necessarily starting from Hermocrates of Syracuse, any analysis of deterrence has at least to notice that deterrence, narrowly understood, refers to a threat of punishment.[1] At the same, it should be noted that a wider reading acknowledges two aspects of deterrence: punishment and denial.

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Theory and Current Practice of Deterrence in International Security

Tagarev, Todor. "Theory and Current Practice of Deterrence in International Security." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 18, no. 1 (2019): 5-10.

Deterrence has been practiced over the centuries to dissuade an opponent considering a coercive course of action, e.g., an armed attack. The concept became subject of rigorous debates with the advent of the nuclear weapons. By the 1960s, the works by Bernard Brodie,[1] Herman Kahn,[2] Glenn H. Snyder,[3] Thomas C.

Conceptualizing the Role of Societal Resilience in Countering Hybrid Warfare

Security Sector Reform Wisdom for Cyber Security Institution Building: The Case of Serbia

Sekuloski, Milan. "Security Sector Reform Wisdom for Cyber Security Institution Building: The Case of Serbia." Information & Security: An International Journal 34, no. 1 (2016): 69-90.

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