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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52765
Doc. No:TL22719
Call number:‭MR52299‬
Main Entry:Michael McCarthy
Title & Author:Deterrence & preemption: Applications that mitigate terrorist violenceMichael McCarthy
College:Royal Military College of Canada (Canada)
Date:2009
Degree:M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:113
Abstract:This paper examines three strategies intended to mitigate terrorism: ex-ante deterrence, preemption and ex-post deterrence and offers several recommendations for their structure and application. Game theory was used to analyze several incidents in each of two case studies selected for this research. These include: Palestinian terrorists and the State of Israel, and the Irish Republican Army and the British Government in Northern Ireland. Deterrence and preemption, in their appropriate form, context and application, can mitigate terrorism. Just and proportionate state actions that can be anticipated based on well communicated conditions with the intent to separate terrorists from their support networks in concert with an attempt to address causal issues is essential for long-term resolution. By contrast, however, if not employed correctly, these strategies can exacerbate conflict. Keywords. deterrence, preemption, terrorism, Ireland, Israel, game theory, strategy.
Subject:Social sciences; Military studies; 0750:Military studies
Added Entry:Royal Military College of Canada (Canada)