listen to the pronunciation of deterrence
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} engelleyicilik
{i} caydırıcılık
{i} caydırma
(Askeri) CAYDIRMA: Doğacak sonuçtan korkarak hareketten kaçınma. Caydırmaya, arzu edilmeyen bir mukabele tehlikesine maruz kalma inancının mevcudiyeti sebep olur
nuclear deterrence
nükleer caydırıcılık
graduated deterrence
(Çevre) kademeli caydırıcılık
minimum deterrence
(Çevre) asgari caydırıcılık
punisment in crime deterrence
suçtan caydırmada ceza
Englisch - Englisch
a negative motivational influence
That which deters; a deterrent; a hindrance
Deterrence is the prevention of something, especially war or crime, by having something such as weapons or punishment to use as a threat. policies of nuclear deterrence. Military strategy whereby one power uses the threat of reprisal to preclude an attack from an adversary. The term largely refers to the basic strategy of the nuclear powers and the major alliance systems. The premise is that each nuclear power maintains a high level of instant and overwhelming destructive capability against any aggressor. It relies on two basic conditions: the ability to retaliate after a surprise attack must be perceived as credible, and retaliation must be perceived as a possibility, if not a certainty
The actions of a state or group of states to dissuade a potential adversary from initiating an attack or conflict by the threat of retaliation Deterrence should credibly demonstrate to an adversary that the costs of an attack would be too great and would outweigh any potential gains
A strategy of punishment associated with the Classical School Deterrence can either be specific, punishing an individual so that she won't commit a crime again, or general, punishing an individual to set an example to society, so that others will not commit the same crime For the Classical School, punishment was primarily justified in terms of general deterrence See also Retribution, Rehabilitation, and Incapacitation
the act or process of discouraging actions or preventing occurrences by instilling fear or doubt or anxiety
The art of producing in ones enemy the fear to attack
Persuading an opponent not to attack by having enough forces to disable the attack and/or launch a punishing counterattack
a communication that makes you afraid to try something
Action taken by states or alliances of nations against equally powerful alliances to prevent hostile action
{i} act of deterring, impeding, hindering (especially by means of threats or fear)
JP 1-02
Measures taken in order to scare or intimidate in order to create a negative influence that will thwart possible aggressive actions
The development and maintenance of military strength for the purpose of discouraging attack
Theory that war is deterred because each side knows that the other possesses large numbers of nuclear weapons and thus understands the dire consequences of initiating a nuclear exchange
deterrence factor
something acting to discourage or impede
nuclear deterrence
the threat of using nuclear weapons as a way to stop an enemy from attacking
nuclear deterrence
the military doctrine that an enemy will be deterred from using nuclear weapons as long as he can be destroyed as a consequence; "when two nations both resort to nuclear deterrence the consequence could be mutual destruction