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Strategic Deterrence Policy in the USA and Russia: Divergence in Policy Paradigms

Student: Iurii Zarubin

Supervisor: Dmitry Zaytsev

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

In the paper proposed to your attention, the problem of "polarization" in political paradigms is considered, as an example of deterrence theory. Which can be perceived in a range from the dogma of nuclear deterrence (sometimes even the theology of containment is used) to a whole class of prognostic models that can effectively predict the behavior of the counterparty and develop economic mechanisms to counter "undesirable behavior." Why in one case there is a qualitative transition, and in another there? And for what reason the problem itself may not be obvious or banal depending on the position of the observer?

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