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In Chapter Ten the idea of "intelligent" wars is discussed, in terms of its implications for American nuclear strategy. By "intelligent" is meant the use of decision aids and models, mostly falling within the rubric "artificial intelligence" (AI), that will speed up and complicate the ways in which crisis and wartime decisions must be made. Automated information systems and communication networks of the future will make available options that are technically sweeter, but perhaps politically more ambivalent.
Strategic options with useful commentary, see Colin S. Gray, Nuclear Strategy and National Style (Lanham, MD: Hamilton Press, 1986), chap. 9. Page xvi in terms of war plans and capabilities has been mostly the first-GNR-with some flirtation with nuclear diplomacy. The United States has little hope of establishing counterforce or countercommand prevalence, nor would it necessarily be wise to aspire to do so. Defense dominance raises the issue of whether the new Eden is needed, or, if it is needed, possible.
Counterforce prevalence is the extension of conventional military thinking into nuclear warfare scenarios, in which the side that "prevails" (in the Reagan version) runs its opponent out of useful targeting options first. At that point the other side may be disinterested in continuing the war and willing to negotiate its termination, presumably for want of any other option. The Carter version of this strategy-countervailing strategy-was not different in essence, although its public expositions placed more emphasis on denial of Soviet war aims instead of using nuclear weapons for positive political objectives.
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