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Extended Deterrence: The U.S. Credibility Gap in the Middle East.

Summer 2005

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Extended Deterrence: The U.S. Credibility Gap in the Middle East. Kathleen J. McInnis. Washington Quarterly, Summer 2005

Can U.S. nuclear, conventional, and missile defense capabilities help bolster the security of U. S. allies against the threats posed by Iranian nuclear proliferation?

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