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Mid term review report, 2008

UNICEF Namibia

Mid term review report, 2008

GRN-UNICEF Nambia [i.e. Namibia] Country Programme 2006-2010

by UNICEF Namibia

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Published by United Nations Children"s Fund in Klein-Windhoek, Namibia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United Nations,
  • Health and hygiene,
  • GRN-UNICEF Namibia Country Programme,
  • Government policy,
  • Services for,
  • Child welfare,
  • Children,
  • Women

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Other titlesGRN-UNICEF Nambia [i.e. Namibia] Country Programme 2006-2010, GRN-UNICEF Namibia Country Programme 2006-2010
    ContributionsGRN-UNICEF Namibia Country Programme
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN808.A8 M53 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. :
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25040440M
    LC Control Number2009333041
    OCLC/WorldCa574573058

    And yet another oft-cited and plausible scenario is one in which the United States has learned that a top terrorist leader will be at a certain place at a given time and again the nation has no conventional forces capable of striking that place at the right time. In these tests, launches have routinely been conducted under operational conditions from submarines with mixed loads. Indeed, the ambiguity between nuclear and conventional payloads can never be totally resolved, in that any of the means for delivery of a conventional warhead could be used to deliver a nuclear warhead. Some D5 re-entry vehicles RVs with nuclear warheads would be replaced with RVs armed with kinetic-energy weapons.

    The committee has confidence in these measures because they are extensions of measures already used to positively prevent such an event during current operational tests. These two purposes are quite different in their operational requirements and also in how the political environment affects the decision to use specific types of weapon delivery, especially ballistic missiles. The Ambiguity Issue The possibility that a very limited strike in a time of crisis or opportunity could be mistaken as a nuclear attack, especially with use of a ballistic missile for strike delivery, must be soberly assessed as decisions are made with respect to both fielding a weapon and using it. Applicable discounts will be extended. Moreover, the tense political environment associated with the advent of MCO would increase the risk that a strike might be construed as a nuclear attack, or as a precursor to nuclear attack.

    There are numerous potential missions for CPGS, but in the view of the committee, they can be separated into two distinct categories, as outlined below in the first finding. Inventory requirements for a CPGS weapon would depend on the range of the weapon, the number of warheads needed to accomplish a militarily effective strike, and the concomitant basing plan required to achieve prompt global coverage. The Ambiguity Issue The possibility that a very limited strike in a time of crisis or opportunity could be mistaken as a nuclear attack, especially with use of a ballistic missile for strike delivery, must be soberly assessed as decisions are made with respect to both fielding a weapon and using it. While ambiguity issues may be mitigated by cooperative measures, any CPGS option, including CTM, should be designed in both hardware and operational terms to minimize the possibility of misinterpreting intent, specifically taking into consideration detection and tracking capabilities anticipated in the world over the next 10 to 15 years. To a considerable degree, it will be possible to identify the regions in which a need for launch is most likely, and the potentially targeted terrorist organizations would pose no air defense threat. If missions requiring a CPGS capability are as important as DOD has argued—and the committee agrees that they are—it is worthwhile to do whatever is necessary to fill the near-term gap as much as is reasonably possible.


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Mid term review report, 2008 book

Similarly, rapid decisionmaking presumably by the President would require expedited abilities to assess the risk of collateral damage and other risks peculiar to the use of a CPGS weapon.

The committee suspects that very limited strikes using a CPGS weapon in, say, the first decade after its fielding would likely number at most a few dozen.

A comprehensive policy for a prompt, if not initially literally global, strike capability should ensure that the United States has done all that is reasonable to assure that forces using conventional weapons—notably cruise missiles on aircraft, submarines, or surface ships, and attack aircraft with precision munitions and, for some scenarios, stealth characteristics —are appropriately deployed, trained, and supported for urgent, very limited strikes.

The patrol locations can be chosen to allow striking most targets of interest without flying over other countries of concern.

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Clearly, 2008 book nation would benefit from having a conventional option in this case. Moreover, the supporting enablers for missions associated with these two purposes are quite different and put very different demands on command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance C4ISR support.

For the next 3 years at least, the United States has no choice but to rely on existing forward-deployed forces for whatever they can provide toward a capability for CPGS. That is, they agree that a valid requirement exists. Continuing study and analysis of tradeoffs will be necessary during CTM development.

Some D5 re-entry vehicles RVs with nuclear warheads would be replaced with RVs armed with kinetic-energy weapons. If an eBook is available, you'll see the option to purchase it on the book page. Almost by definition, many operations requiring this type of capability would have been anticipated with strategic warning and a buildup of regional forces.

Moreover, the tense political environment associated with the advent of MCO would increase the risk that a strike might be construed as a nuclear attack, or as a precursor to nuclear attack.

In each of the above very limited strike scenarios, it is possible that detailed attack and targeting preparations will have been made—such as georegistration determining the latitude, longitude, and elevation of the targetplanning for minimization of collateral damage, assessment of the vulnerability of the target to the warhead-type, and the triple checking of intelligence.

Why is an eBook better than a PDF? That could be a substantial contribution, because in many cases such forces can provide a quite-rapid response capability.

As an example of an issue meriting further study, it is possible that a different concept of deployment could improve strike effectiveness and further reduce ambiguities.

In the long run, a CPGS capability for a leading-edge attack might be quite important, but the CTM is best suited for the very limited strike. Based on the information presented to the committee thus far, it appears that the supporting enablers for CPGS can be summarized as follows: intelligence support, mission planning, target development, and decisionmaking.

For example, only a few terrorist leaders would merit use of such a weapon.ACBF/ILO/LMIS Project: Mid-term Review Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Project on Improved Labour Market Statistics and Enhanced Information Management on Employment and Poverty Tracking Systems in Africa (LMIS) was initiated by the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) and the International Labour Office (ILO).

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