Master of Arts (M.A.)
Degree Granting Department
Government and International Affairs
Darrell Slider, Ph.D.
Steven Roach, Ph.D.
Earl Conteh-Morgan, Ph.D.
deterrence, Phased Adaptive Approach, Foreign Policy Concept, Military Doctrine
The purpose of this research is to study the effects that Russian, U.S., and NATO policies of deterrence have on strategic missile defense as well as how these policies and strategic missile defense affect future weapons proliferation. The aspects explored are the current Russian strategic forces and quality, Russian policies and strategies, the Phased Adaptive Approach, and U.S. and NATO policies and strategies. Mitigation of this pressing issue may be through open dialogue, a system to limit future U.S. and NATO interceptors and sensors, and a possible joint data exchange center.
Scholar Commons Citation
Nesbitt, Diana Marie, "Strategic Missile Defense: Russian and U.S. Policies and Their Effects on Future Weapons Proliferation" (2015). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.