Missouri State University, USA
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Int J Sens Netw Data Commun
Nuclear deterrence, historically conceptualized through mutual assured destruction, has been the foundation for the delicate balance of power among nations. Advancements in technology in the last two decades since the Cold War, have changed the landscape significantly and has forced a relook into how equilibrium can be achieved. Within this new environment, the question becomes how to achieve ambiguity, through both offensive and defensive non-kinetic means, towards a steady-state of equilibrium. To truly understand the impact of technological advances and a way forward, it is imperative to revisit the original concepts of Kahn and Schelling on nuclear deterrence theory, but through a modern lens.
Jason is the USSTRATCOM Service Owner for Training, Exercise and Experimentation services and leads the CMD's technology integration laboratory. He has 15 years’ experience working on Government Information Systems and 16 years within the Aviation Maintenance domain. Jason completed a master’s degree from Creighton University in Information Technology Leadership and is currently working towards a Master’s degree on Defense and Strategic Studies with Emphasis in CWMD at Missouri State University Washington, DC area campus.
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