Monthly Archives: April 2014


Welcome to the “Cross-Domain Deterrence” Blog! The “Cross-Domain Deterrence” research group is a group of professors, research scientists, and graduate students from University of California at San Diego, University of California at Berkeley, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, and Los Alamos National Labs, and housed at the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. We study mechanisms of deterrence in a shifting technological landscape, and in particular, how asymmetric capabilities; political, economic, and military linkages; and a wide-spectrum of actors influence deterrence strategies.

We are committed to sharing our knowledge with you and engaging you in our research processes. Please visit here to access our existing publications, and check back at this site regularly for analysis of current political affairs and deterrence strategies, and for project news and updates.

We at the Institute of Global Conflict and Cooperation would also like to acknowledge our generous funders. This material is based upon work supported by the Office of Naval Research under Award Number N00014-14-0071.

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