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General Larry D. Welch Deterrence Writing Award Information Sheet Award Winners Perception is Reality: The ROK’s Displeasure with the US Tailored Deterrence Strategy.
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This article addresses the concept of ‘gray wars’ as it relates to contemporary conflicts and the limits of American conventional deterrence and compellence.
It more clearly defines the concept of gray wars for the current era and contrasts Cold War versus post-Cold War gray zone conflicts exposing the limits of current approaches. General Larry D. Welch Deterrence Writing Award Information Sheet Award Winners Perception is Reality: The ROK’s Displeasure with the US Tailored Deterrence Strategy.
Major Jahara W. Matisek is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Political Science Department at Northwestern University, and will teach in the Military & Strategic Studies department at the United States Air Force Academy upon completion of his doctoral program.