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From Preponderance to Offshore Balancing: America's Future Grand Strategy

Christopher Layne
1997 International Security  
The security/interdependence nexus requires the United States to impose order on, and control over, the international system.  ...  The United States' 1995 military intervention in Bosnia also illustrates how the security/interdependence nexus leads to strategic overextension.  ... 
doi:10.1162/isec.22.1.86 fatcat:dhj6bkynibhbpiegurlxfgitje

The Strategic Partnerships as an Instrument of the EU's Accommodation to the Emerging Multipolar Order

Jovan Manasijevski
2015 Security Dialogues. Journal in the field of Security, Defence and Peace Studies  
The emergence, development and institutionalization of the strategic partnerships are treated in the context of the emerging multipolar order and the increasing global interdependence.  ...  In a polycentric world, with fragmented and diffuse distribution of power between different, already established, as well as new emerging actors, in terms of growing interdependence, the strategic partnerships  ...  power by highly growing connectivity and interdependence in all key domains -economy, energy, security, environment.  ... 
doi:10.47054/sd152.10387m fatcat:542blz2z4zhs3hr7vuv5r3iq74

Robust Management of Systemic Risks and Food-Water-Energy-Environmental Security: Two-Stage Strategic-Adaptive GLOBIOM Model

Tatiana Ermolieva, Petr Havlik, Yuri Ermoliev, Nikolay Khabarov, Michael Obersteiner
2021 Sustainability  
of probabilistic security equations.  ...  the interdependent systems flexible and robust with respect to risks of all kinds.  ...  complex interdependent systems.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13020857 fatcat:w6cdzd2q7zhfnd2igtc6pvjsve

The Limits of Interdependence: Cooperation and Conflict in Sino-Japanese Relations

Adam Eldridge
2014 New Voices  
However, economic interdependence seems not to translate to the security calculus con rming neorealism's contention that national security is preeminent.  ...  Economic interdependence theories expect that the development of economic relations reduces the role of security in bilateral relations.  ...  ., the absence of a sovereign power) system of states. 1 ey emphasise that, in such a system, states must give their overwhelming priority to achieving security by maintaining a balance of military-strategic  ... 
doi:10.21159/nv.06.03 fatcat:oxyr2j3wtzhoxmi3zgmpsdbu6q

A Survey of Interdependent Information Security Games

Aron Laszka, Mark Felegyhazi, Levente Buttyan
2014 ACM Computing Surveys  
This interdependence between information system operators and users is a fundamental property that shapes the efficiency of security defense solutions.  ...  Risks faced by information system operators and users are not only determined by their own security posture, but are also heavily affected by the security-related decisions of others.  ...  To the best of our knowledge, strategic and secure network formation has not been addressed in the research literature of interdependent security games.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2635673 fatcat:jrparifc4fb7vpctofga43ytau

Thinking about an Indian Grand Strategy

Zorawar Daulet Singh
2010 Strategic Analysis  
system all influence the environment in which Indian power is deployed.  ...  The author not only contextualises the impact of these variables but also offers select strategic responses to these multiple factors that will circumscribe an Indian grand strategy.  ...  enhancing economic security.34 Finally, interdependence has also affected the political economy within states.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09700161.2011.530983 fatcat:drrfuntiajeh5foygnd2gd6yby


Dmytro Busariev
2019 World Science  
The interdependence of the hierarchy of goals of the economic security system of a complex socio- economic system is determined.  ...  The main approaches to the interpretation of the concept of «economic security system» are defined.  ...  Fig. 2 . 2 divergence of the essence of the concept of «system of economic security» Fig. 3 . 3 The interdependence of the goals hierarchy of economic security system of a complex socioeconomic system  ... 
doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ws/31052019/6518 fatcat:7mqoza2ptjcc5gyswpih4fe6gu

Reuniting strategy and diplomacy for 21st century statecraft

Jochen Prantl
2021 Contemporary Politics  
By contrast, Strategic Diplomacy starts from a level-playing field and examines how actors and issues are embedded in a systemic context.  ...  This article offers a new analytical framework to engage more effectively with the unit vs. system levels of analysis divide in International Relations (IR) by introducing Strategic Diplomacy.  ...  Maritime security and safety 3.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13569775.2021.1961387 fatcat:a5fmz2bkzzatrfqnmkfjdvan4q

Optimal and Game-Theoretic Deployment of Security Investments in Interdependent Assets [chapter]

Ashish R. Hota, Abraham A. Clements, Shreyas Sundaram, Saurabh Bagchi
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We introduce a game-theoretic framework to compute optimal and strategic security investments by multiple defenders.  ...  Each defender is responsible for the security of multiple assets, with the interdependencies between the assets captured by an interdependency graph.  ...  Strategic Attacker(s): Cyber-physical systems in the field face multiple strategic adversaries with different objectives, capabilities and knowledge about the system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-47413-7_6 fatcat:f2xi5h7c5vf6fogx3cftozvxny

A Socio-Technical Analysis of Interdependent Infrastructures Among the Built Environment, Energy, and Transportation Systems at the Navy Yard And the Philadelphia Metropolitan Region, USA

Darryl L. Farber, Martin T. Pietrucha
2014 Social Science Research Network  
The overarching goal of the project is a clearer understanding of the dynamics of multi-scale interactions and interdependencies of systems of sociotechnical systems that will be useful to system practitioners  ...  This paper reports on a research initiative that explores the interdependencies of the system of systems -the built environment, energy, and transportation -related to the redevelopment of The Navy Yard  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Larson Institute and the Strategic and Global Security Program at Penn State and the financial support of Alcoa.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2766701 fatcat:hj7xcaoqfngt7ejznr7tbt7xqi

Sifting through Interdependence

Thomas Wright
2013 The Washington quarterly  
The key strategic question now is: what will happen if security becomes a more prevalent consideration of state behavior? What will interdependent competition look like?  ...  A report by the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) elucidates this, saying the regional security environment "is no longer solely defined by the U.S. hub-and-spoke alliance system.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0163660x.2013.861706 fatcat:i5lmbq5vgbfvpjmssz2qri7fde

Sino-Japanese Relations: Interdependence, Rivalry and Regional Security

Leszek Buszynski
2009 Contemporary Southeast Asia  
security and the freedom to implement its strategic plans.  ...  Rivalry can indeed develop between two interdependent countries if they have clashing strategic interests as responsiveness to interdependence to a large extent depends upon the political system, institutions  ... 
doi:10.1355/cs31-1f fatcat:rktohs6m7rh3lp3splf73ygxyu

Security and network effects

Yevgeniy Vorobeychik
2011 ACM SIGecom Exchanges  
It is thus crucial to view security holistically, and devise security strategies that explicitly account for interdependencies between valuable assets.  ...  The first approach takes a centralized perspective, attempting to compute an optimal security configuration for all interdependent assets.  ...  The Vorobeychik et al. model also aims to gain fundamental insights about security in complex systems, rather than to provide a framework that can capture realistic interdependent security settings.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2325702.2325707 fatcat:2ushy6t5r5b4pjhlbw2p3fzkau

The dilemma of interdependence: current features and trends in Sino-Australian relations

Chang Sen Yu, Jory Xiong
2012 Australian Journal of International Affairs  
Conclusions The Sino-Australian relationship is a complicated interdependence shaped by many factors such as, for example, security structure, value systems, as well as the distribution of economic benefits  ...  to differences, competitions and even conflicts amidst both sides in searching for strategic advantage would likely lead to a security dilemma.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10357718.2011.570246 fatcat:kvonsmqltba5hfnw37sug27aze

Security of Organizations' Information Systems (IS) and the Auditors: A Schematic Study

Jagdish Pathak
2003 Social Science Research Network  
The purpose of this paper is to outline and review the organizational requirement of IS security visà-vis the strategic mission of the auditors and the entities.  ...  It has been claimed that strategic IS planning can help an organization visualize the potential contribution of IS (Lederer & Gardiner, 1992) .  ...  Threats BASIC PHYSICAL INTERNAL SECURITY CONTROLS: COMPUTING SYSTEMS, NETWORKS & DATABASE Strategic Mission Strategic Objectives Information Systems Security Executive Management Information  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.349840 fatcat:77wcxykhejfb3imuaw6fduuita
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