Restoring Deterrence: Coercion and Crises in Southern Asia
is a 3-hour adaptation of Deterrence in Southern Asia, intended for audiences of all vantage points. This course goes beyond academic theory and policy jargon to offer students the analytical tools necessary to assess the roles that coercion and deterrence play in Southern Asia. It covers deterrence relationships in the context of the “strategic chain” in Southern Asia, including China, India, and Pakistan, and explores deterrence concepts, crisis risks among nuclear-armed states, and key crisis case studies.
Upon completion of the Complete Edition of Restoring Deterrence, students will earn a certificate from the Stimson Center. Only students enrolled in the Complete Edition are eligible to earn a certificate.
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