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Adapting the U.S. Approach to Strategic Deterrence

James N. Miller

Deterring strategic attack on the United States, and its allies and partners, has been a central goal of U.S. national security strategy since at least the advent of the nuclear age.

The Transition from British to American Hegemony

Kori Schake

History records only one peaceful transition of hegemonic power: the passage from British to American dominance of the international order. What made that transition uniquely cooperative and nonviolent?


Latest Publications

Strategic Latency: Red, White, and Blue

Managing the National and International Security Consequences of Disruptive Technologies

U.S. Extended Deterrence and Japan’s Security

Livermore Papers on Global Security #2

Redefining the U.S. Agenda for Nuclear Disarmament

Livermore Papers on Global Security #1

 

Internship Opportunities

An overarching goal of CGSR is to engage and develop the next generation of experts who can integrate significant technical expertise with a deep understanding of policy when addressing national security issues.

The Center maintains strong ties with University of California at Berkeley, Naval Postgraduate School, National Defense University, Center for Strategic & International Studies Project on Nuclear Issues and hosts fellows and interns.

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