Grasping the Technological Peace: The Offense-Defense Balance and International Security

@article{Lieber2000GraspingTT,
  title={Grasping the Technological Peace: The Offense-Defense Balance and International Security},
  author={Keir A. Lieber},
  journal={International Security},
  year={2000},
  volume={25},
  pages={71-104}
}
Offense-defense theory argues that international conoict and war are more likely when offensive military operations have the advantage over defensive operations, whereas cooperation and peace are more likely when defense has the advantage. According to the theory, the relative ease of attack and defense—the offensedefense balance—is determined primarily by the prevailing state of technology at any given time. When technological change shifts the balance toward offense, attackers are more likely… Expand
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