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Infrastructure networks -in communication and transport -are a key feature of an economy. The functionality of these networks depends on the connectivity and sizes of different components. However, these networks face a variety of threats ranging from natural disasters to intelligent attacks (carried out by human agents). How should networks be defended and designed to ensure connectivity? We develop a strategic model to study this question. There are two 'players', a designer and an adversary.doi:10.1016/j.geb.2012.12.007 fatcat:pbhnb3c46bfmhc6bjywfupa5oi