Conventional Deterrence and the U.S. Navy: Why the Future Needs to Happen Now, Pt. II

Read Part One here. By Adam Taylor The challenges posed by China’s offensive deterrence paradigm require a new and innovative future force design for the US Navy. China’s deterrence model prizes confrontation and escalation in order to stop its neighbors from pursuing an unwelcome course of action, and, ultimately, force the target of its deterrent … Continue reading Conventional Deterrence and the U.S. Navy: Why the Future Needs to Happen Now, Pt. II →

Conventional Deterrence and the U.S. Navy: Why the Future Needs to Happen Now, Pt. II
Read Part One here. By Adam Taylor The challenges posed by China’s offensive deterrence paradigm require a new and innovative future force design for the US Navy. China’s deterrence model prizes confrontation and escalation in order to stop its neighbors from pursuing an unwelcome course of action, and, ultimately, force the target of its deterrent … Continue reading Conventional Deterrence and the U.S. Navy: Why the Future Needs to Happen Now, Pt. II