Deterrence and reassurance in northern Europe by Clive Archer

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Published by Centre for Defence Studies in Aberdeen, Scotland .

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  • Europe, Northern.

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  • National security -- Europe, Northern.

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Bibliography: p. 64-69.

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Statementby Clive Archer.
SeriesCentrepieces ;, no. 6 (winter 1984), Centrepieces ;, no. 6.
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LC ClassificationsUA646.85 .A73 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination69 p. ;
Number of Pages69
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Open LibraryOL2608650M
LC Control Number85169939

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Released in the last year, Strategic Challenges in the Baltic Sea Region: Russia, Deterrence, and Reassurance, edited by Ann-Sofie Dahl, offers a recent and multiperspective analysis on the current state of security around the Baltic Sea. Ann-Sofie Dahl, PhD is Associate Professor of International Relations and a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic is formerly a senior research fellow at the Centre for Military Studies at the University of Copenhagen, and she is the author or editor of several books including the co-edited volume Northern Security and Global Politics: Nordic-Baltic Strategic Influence in a Format: Paperback.

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First Published eBook Published 4 March Pub. location : John Andreas Olsen. The object of reassurance is to persuade one’s own people, and those of one’s allies, that the benefits of military action, or preparation for it, will outweigh the costs.

[snip] It is also apparent, at least in Europe, that reassurance cannot be re-established by any improvement in the mechanism of deterrence, certainly not of nuclear.

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Call Number: /   Yet, in spite of a landscape so fraught with nuclear perils, we also see deepening discontent with the very notion of nuclear deterrence. Recent political trends in Europe and in the United States indicate a growing skepticism about the benefits of the internationalist system on which deterrence, and especially extended deterrence, depends.

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Deterrence, Defence and Dialogue. Edited By John Andreas Olsen. Edition 1st Edition. First Published. “The deterrence dimension should emphasize allied presence in Norwegian areas, but further south in order to signal that Norway wants to give Russia’s Northern Fleet a longer strategic warning-time.

The reassurance component should emphasize a more intensified effort to stir working-level dialogue and cooperation. FACT SHEET: U.S. Assurance and Deterrence Efforts in Support of NATO Allies From The White House In the last 18 months, the United States has taken several steps to assure our allies in Europe and demonstrate our continued commitment to NATO collective defense.

Operation ATLANTIC RESOLVE (OAR) is a demonstration of our dedication to enduring peace and. The Obama administration has devoted considerable time and attention to reassuring allies in Europe and Asia.

In its budget, the Pentagon more than quadrupled its request for the European Reassurance Initiative. By the end ofunder this initiative, the US Army plans to have three Brigade Combat Teams continuously deployed in the. At the same time, Norway has a long tradition of balancing deterrence with measures of reassurance.

Parallel to the degrading security climate, Norway is in the process of replacing its aging fleet of F Falcon fighter jets with the F Lightning II. Norway is also developing and procuring the new Joint Strike Missile (JSM) for the F The president’s FY budget proposes to quadruple funding for the European Reassurance Initiative (ERI) to $ billion, up from $ million in FY The request represents a significant reinvestment in the U.S.

military presence in Europe after decades of gradual withdrawal. The European Deterrence Initiative by Michelle Shevin-Coetzee. Announced in Junethe EDI, or the European Reassurance Initiative (ERI) as it was known until earlywas designed as a rapid response to Russia’s actions in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine.

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The latter are part of Atlantic Resolve, a U.S. military operation designed to reassure Eastern European countries which is independent of ongoing NATO deterrence efforts in Eastern Europe.

Those in favor of a permanent U.S. military presence in Poland argue that because current U.S. military contributions are based on “ rotational.

NATO allies and partners are refocusing on the maritime dimension of deterrence in the North Atlantic and Northern Europe in response to Russian assertiveness and deployment of new naval capabilities. They need to better integrate defense plans.

It would seem apparent that enhanced consultations and planning relating to nuclear weapons would be a given for maintaining extended deterrence in a Europe without U.S. NSNF. But beyond the planning function, there are some real choices to be made if.

from America to Europe. The European Reassurance Initiative, as it was called during the first half of its existence, is a military programme supporting the activities of the USmilitary and its allies in Europe. Init was renamed the European Deterrence Initiative (EDI) to reflect the shift in the.

Washington sees this as a crucial time to forge a cohesive response that for the first time in a quarter century will focus not on reassurance, but on deterrence.

“From NATO’s perspective, this summit comes at a real demarcation point, or an inflection point, in the now almost year history of the Alliance,” said Doug Lute, the U.S.

Reassurance Initiative’s (ERI) objectives, increased its funding, and planned enhancements to European posture.

DOD expanded ERI’s objectives from the short-term reassurance of allies and partners to include deterring Russian aggression in the long term and developing the capacity to field a credible combined force should deterrence fail. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The European Deterrence Initiative (EDI), prior to known as the European Reassurance Initiative, is a program that was initiated in Juneabout three months after the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation, by the White House to increase the U.S.

presence in Europe for security purposes. In book: Strategic Challenges in the Baltic Sea Region: Russia, Deterrence and Reassurance, Chapter: 9, Publisher: Georgetown University Press The long-term increasing trend in NW Europe.

Ann-Sofie Dahl, PhD is Associate Professor of International Relations and a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic is formerly a senior research fellow at the Centre for Military Studies at the University of Copenhagen, and she is the author or editor of several books including the co-edited volume Northern Security and Global Politics: Nordic-Baltic Strategic Influence in a.

The European Deterrence Initiative The European Deterrence Initiative (EDI) represents one of the primary contributions of the United States to European security.

Announced in Junethe EDI, or the European Reassurance Initiative (ERI) as it was known until. The book Strategic Challenges in the Baltic Sea Region: Russia, Deterrence, and Reassurance, edited by Ann- Sofie Dahl, focuses on the security issues faced by the Baltic countries, the hybrid warfare tactics used by the Russians, the approach that NATO has taken to address future Russian aggres - sion, and the position of other countries in the Baltic region.

That is to say, Russia’s assertive behaviour in the region and in Europe more broadly, NATO’s reassurance and deterrence measures in the area, and Finland’s and Sweden’s closer integration into the Western defence network all affect hard security dynamics in the Baltic Sea region.

Fourthly, reassurance theory had stemmed from the same roots as nuclear deterrence doctrine, and shared most of its underlying assumptions. The concept of reassurance had emerged as a response to certain undesirable side-effects of deterrence, and its concern was a narrowly defined concept of stability rather than limiting the build-up of arms.

The European Reassurance Initiative, as it was called during the first half of its existence, is a military programme supporting the activities of the US military and its allies in Europe.

Init was renamed the European Deterrence Initiative (EDI) to reflect the shift in the international security environment characterised by a.

The military situation in the Northern Flank — and, indeed, the security pattern in Northern Europe described in other chapters of this book — depends, of necessity, primarily on. The relationship between the defense of the Northern Flank and the security of Western Europe was summed up quite succinctly by General Sir Walter Walker, former Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces, Northern Europe, in If our northern flank should be turned, America s access to Europe would be exposed and thus her ability to aid us would.

E-Books; Defense News Weekly "I think the heart of it is going to be the deterrence posture of NATO in Europe and moving from reassurance to a deterrence posture and the United States. Ann-Sofie Dahl has published extensively on Baltic Sea security, Nordic-Baltic security, NATO and its partners, and the transatlantic link.

Her recent books and chapters in English include Strategic Challenges in the Baltic Sea Region: Russia, Deterrence and Reassurance (Editor and author. From the Varanger fjord, Russia’s most powerful nuclear deterrence assets are just a few tens of nautical miles away.

Protecting the ballistic missile submarines’ ability to launch in case of a global security threat is key to understanding why the Russian Northern Fleet has escalated its exercises off the coast of northern Norway in recent. The pressure from an openly revanchist Russia has brought new American military and budgetary commitments to the defense of Europe, in the interests of deterrence and reassurance.

Please join the Atlantic Council's Transatlantic Security Initiative and Future Europe Initiative for a public event on “Strategic Challenges in the Baltic Sea Region: Russia, Deterrence, and.

The program was originally called the ‘European Reassurance Initiative’, however, last year it changed its name to the ‘European Deterrence Initiative’. According to the US Ministry of Defense’s budget fora sum of NOK 37 billion has been allocated to deter Russia.

Inby comparison, the sum was NOK 25 billion. According to.The HMCS Fredericton is deployed on Operation Reassurance, which is Canada’s contribution to NATO assurance and deterrence measures in Central and Eastern Europe. The deaths of these six CAF members have brought home to the rest of the country the immense challenges that Canadian troops continue to face overseas.

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