Guest Lecture: Vice Admiral Richard Correll
The Asian World Center in conjunction with the Political Science and International Relations Department will be hosting Vice Admiral Richard Correll on Wednesday, Oct 18th from 12:30-1:30 pm in the Harper Center Auditorium.
A light lunch reception will follow the event. This event is free and open to the public.
Directions and parking instructions can be found here.
The 21st century has ushered in a multipolar global landscape with various influential powers, creating a more intricate web of relationships and dynamics that necessitate a nuanced approach to deterrence. Strategic deterrence in the 21st century is a dynamic and evolving discipline. It refers to using all elements of national power to dissuade adversaries from taking hostile actions by convincing them that the costs and risks of such actions outweigh any potential benefits. American views on strategic deterrence in the 21st century encompass a comprehensive approach combining nuclear and non-nuclear elements, technological superiority, diplomacy, and a commitment to protecting national and allied interests. The evolving security environment necessitates a flexible and adaptive approach to deterrence that addresses a wide range of threats and challenges.