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On 21st Century Nuclear Deterrence
Recommendations for America's Nuclear Posture After Next - Volume 1

Overview


A readable, engaging (and reassuring) look at how Americans, and all of Humanity, will benefit if we sustain and modernize US Strategic Command's right-sized nuclear deterrence Triad. This would be advantageous in several ways, including continued prevention of nuclear war, big conventional war between superpowers, nuclear blackmail by rogue states. It would enable the US to achieve our global counter-proliferation and nuclear counter-terrorism goals, while also deterring strategic attacks by biological or chemical weapons or other weapons of mass destruction. This series offers a logically rigorous framework, crisply and clearly explained, for successful U.S. national defense and global peacekeeping during the current era of rising Great Power Competition. Volume 1 vividly debunks many common myths about America's nukes—some of them spread by Hollywood storytellers and some by foreign adversary disinformation trolls.
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Description


A readable, engaging (and reassuring) look at how Americans, and all of Humanity, will benefit if we sustain and modernize US Strategic Command's right-sized nuclear deterrence Triad. This would be advantageous in several ways, including continued prevention of nuclear war, big conventional war between superpowers, nuclear blackmail by rogue states. It would enable the US to achieve our global counter-proliferation and nuclear counter-terrorism goals, while also deterring strategic attacks by biological or chemical weapons or other weapons of mass destruction. This series offers a logically rigorous framework, crisply and clearly explained, for successful U.S. national defense and global peacekeeping during the current era of rising Great Power Competition. Volume 1 vividly debunks many common myths about America's nukes—some of them spread by Hollywood storytellers and some by foreign adversary disinformation trolls.
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About the author


Joe Buff grew up in New York City. Winning a Westinghouse National Science Talent Search college scholarship at age 15 and later a National Science Foundation fellowship to grad school, he earned a BA in Math from NYU and an MS in algebraic topology from MIT. He became a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA) in 1980, spending twenty years working on quantitative modeling, risk-mitigation strategies, and process enhancement in the insurance industry, on Wall Street, and as a partner in a Top 10 global management consulting firm. In 1997, Joe established Joe Buff, Inc., "An Independent Defense Think Tank of One." He penned six novels in the award winning, bestselling "Captain Jeffrey Fuller/USS Challenger" future submarine warfare series. Joe has also published hundreds of essays, op-eds, and articles for various military-related journals and websites. Five of his articles won Annual Literary Awards from the Naval Submarine League. In early 2015, Joe began an ongoing project to research the theoretical and practical open questions and conundrums behind effective 21st-century nuclear deterrence Best Practices, and he is now writing a multi-volume book series about his conclusions and recommendations. Joe and his wife of 35+ years, Sheila, live in New York State's scenic, rural Mid-Hudson Valley. Sheila is a NY Times bestselling author and co-author of books about health, wellness, nutrition, and medicine. Both Buffs are keen dog lovers, bird watchers, and avid gym-goers. (They got a home Bowflex during the COVID crisis.) Joe's leisure/hobby interests also include astronomy, history, and the workings of America's railroad industry. Joe can be reached at [email protected] He welcomes your feedback!
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Book details

Genre:TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING

Subgenre:Military Science

Language:English

Series title:On 21st Century Nuclear Deterrence

Series Number:1

Pages:420

eBook ISBN:9781736391013


Overview


A readable, engaging (and reassuring) look at how Americans, and all of Humanity, will benefit if we sustain and modernize US Strategic Command's right-sized nuclear deterrence Triad. This would be advantageous in several ways, including continued prevention of nuclear war, big conventional war between superpowers, nuclear blackmail by rogue states. It would enable the US to achieve our global counter-proliferation and nuclear counter-terrorism goals, while also deterring strategic attacks by biological or chemical weapons or other weapons of mass destruction. This series offers a logically rigorous framework, crisply and clearly explained, for successful U.S. national defense and global peacekeeping during the current era of rising Great Power Competition. Volume 1 vividly debunks many common myths about America's nukes—some of them spread by Hollywood storytellers and some by foreign adversary disinformation trolls.

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Description


A readable, engaging (and reassuring) look at how Americans, and all of Humanity, will benefit if we sustain and modernize US Strategic Command's right-sized nuclear deterrence Triad. This would be advantageous in several ways, including continued prevention of nuclear war, big conventional war between superpowers, nuclear blackmail by rogue states. It would enable the US to achieve our global counter-proliferation and nuclear counter-terrorism goals, while also deterring strategic attacks by biological or chemical weapons or other weapons of mass destruction. This series offers a logically rigorous framework, crisply and clearly explained, for successful U.S. national defense and global peacekeeping during the current era of rising Great Power Competition. Volume 1 vividly debunks many common myths about America's nukes—some of them spread by Hollywood storytellers and some by foreign adversary disinformation trolls.

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About the author


Joe Buff grew up in New York City. Winning a Westinghouse National Science Talent Search college scholarship at age 15 and later a National Science Foundation fellowship to grad school, he earned a BA in Math from NYU and an MS in algebraic topology from MIT. He became a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA) in 1980, spending twenty years working on quantitative modeling, risk-mitigation strategies, and process enhancement in the insurance industry, on Wall Street, and as a partner in a Top 10 global management consulting firm. In 1997, Joe established Joe Buff, Inc., "An Independent Defense Think Tank of One." He penned six novels in the award winning, bestselling "Captain Jeffrey Fuller/USS Challenger" future submarine warfare series. Joe has also published hundreds of essays, op-eds, and articles for various military-related journals and websites. Five of his articles won Annual Literary Awards from the Naval Submarine League. In early 2015, Joe began an ongoing project to research the theoretical and practical open questions and conundrums behind effective 21st-century nuclear deterrence Best Practices, and he is now writing a multi-volume book series about his conclusions and recommendations. Joe and his wife of 35+ years, Sheila, live in New York State's scenic, rural Mid-Hudson Valley. Sheila is a NY Times bestselling author and co-author of books about health, wellness, nutrition, and medicine. Both Buffs are keen dog lovers, bird watchers, and avid gym-goers. (They got a home Bowflex during the COVID crisis.) Joe's leisure/hobby interests also include astronomy, history, and the workings of America's railroad industry. Joe can be reached at [email protected] He welcomes your feedback!
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