Submarine and Autonomous Vessel Proliferation; Implications for Future Strategic Stability at Sea

@inproceedings{Moltz2012SubmarineAA,
  title={Submarine and Autonomous Vessel Proliferation; Implications for Future Strategic Stability at Sea},
  author={J. C. Moltz},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract : Conventional wisdom from the late Cold War onward suggests that the U.S. submarine force is virtually invulnerable to attack, particularly since the demise of the Soviet Union. U.S. nuclear force planning and a range of other Navy long-range procurement plans assume the safety of future SSBN and SSN operations and the relative absence of threats. This scoping study tests and challenges these assumptions by examining international trends in the proliferation of submarines and… Expand
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