Best Answer

"A confrontation in which the policymakers of one state

('defender') threaten the use of force against another state ('potential attacker') in an attempt to

prevent that state from using military force against an ally - or territory controlled by an ally

('protégé') - of the defender" (p. 424).

User Avatar

Wiki User

12y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is extended deterrence?
Write your answer...
Still have questions?
magnify glass
Related questions

What does Dr Richard Kugler mention with regard to providing protection under the aegis of extended or regional deterrence?

friendly arab and muslim countries

When was Deterrence released?

Deterrence was released on 03/10/2000.

What was the Production Budget for Deterrence?

The Production Budget for Deterrence was $800,000.

What has the author N Marais written?

N. Marais has written: 'Deterrence and deterrence interaction' -- subject(s): Deterrence (Strategy)

How much money did Deterrence gross worldwide?

Deterrence grossed $371,647 worldwide.

Deterrence seeks to reduce the likelihood of recidivism by convicted offenders?

Specific Deterrence

How much money did Deterrence gross domestically?

Deterrence grossed $144,583 in the domestic market.

What are the release dates for Deterrence - 2013?

Deterrence - 2013 was released on: USA: 17 May 2013

A major features of American foreign policy since World War 2 has been?

deterrence!! :)

What is specific deterrence?

A specific deterrence is a type of deterrence that attempts to persuade the individual before the court not to commit further offences. If offenders are punished severely, they are less likely to repeat their illegal acts.

What are the differences between specific and general deterrence?

Specific deterrence aims to prevent an individual offender from committing future crimes by imposing sanctions, such as prison sentences, on them. General deterrence seeks to discourage potential offenders in the broader society by making examples of specific offenders, showing the consequences of criminal behavior. Essentially, specific deterrence targets individual offenders, while general deterrence aims to prevent crime by sending a message to the public.

What has the author Paul K Huth written?

Paul K. Huth has written: 'Extended deterrence and the prevention of war' -- subject(s): Deterrence (Strategy), International relations, Military policy 'The democratic peace and territorial conflict in the twentieth century' -- subject(s): Boundary disputes, Democracy, History, International relations, Methodology, National Territory, Research, Territory, National, World politics