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deterrence

[di′tər·əns]
(computer science)
Making an attack on a computer sufficiently difficult to discourage potential attackers.

deterrence

see NUCLEAR DETERRENCE.
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The Extended Deterrence Dialogue provides an opportunity for the two governments to frankly exchange views on how to enhance alliance deterrence as part of their security and defense cooperation.
Today, the world has come to this conclusion that the Islamic Republic of Iran's Armed Forces enjoy a very high deterrence power and the remarks and admission of the US officials also confirm this claim," Rear Admiral Fadavi said, addressing a forum in the Southern city of Bandar Abbas on Saturday.
Advocates of nuclear deterrence believe that nuclear weapons prevent war and therefore their inhumanity in some strange ways serves the cause of human survival.
100 percent track record of successful deterrence has serious grounds in NATO's modus operandi.
For the entirety of the Cold War, strategic bomber forces were the primary component of the triad due to the wide variety of basing options offered vis-a-vis both strategic and extended deterrence policies.
Strategic deterrence in the 21st century is much bigger than nuclear deterrence was in the 20th century.
Ocean regions, and shifts and trends in nuclear doctrine and deterrence.
The workshop, which was participated by diplomats, academics and analysts of strategic issues, deliberated on regional issues including Pakistan's Relations with US and India, Security in Indian and Pacific Ocean Regions, and shifts and trends in nuclear doctrine and deterrence.
The workshop, which was participated by diplomats, academics and analysts of strategic issues, deliberated on regional issues, including Pakistan's relations with the United States and India, security in Indian and Pacific Ocean regions, and shifts and trends in nuclear doctrine and deterrence.
The central objective of this paper is to understand and explain the phenomenon of nuclear proliferation and non-proliferation by applying different theoretical models including liberalism, realism and nuclear deterrence theory.
bishops that in 1983 offered a "strictly conditioned moral acceptance" of nuclear deterrence says it's time to reevaluate that document in light of Pope Francis' Nov.
In the wake of terrorist attacks on Marawi and Davao cities, a Manila congressman has pushed for the passage of the Terrorism Deterrence Act, which, among other things, requires the registration of all users of prepaid mobile phones and social media.