What We Wrote

Matthew Cancian, Graduate Student

with Kristin E. Fabbe, “What Iraq’s Kurdish Peshmerga Believe: And How it will Affect the Country’s Post-ISIS Future,” Foreign Affairs, August 25, 2017.

Jonathan Caverley, Research Associate

with Yanna Krupnikov, “Aiming at Doves: Experimental Evidence of Military Images’ Political Effects,”Journal of Conflict Resolution 61, No. 7, August, 2017, pp. 1482-1509.

with Jesse Dillon Savage, “American Training of Foreign Militaries and Coup Propensity,” Journal of Peace Research 54, No. 4, July 2017, pp. 542-55.

with Jesse Dillon Savage, “Training the Man on Horseback: The Connection between U.S. Training and Military Coups,” War on the Rocks blog, August 9, 2017.

Jeanne Guillemin, Senior Advisor

“The Origins of Today’s Chemical Weapons Controversy in China-Japan Relations,” The RUSI Journal, September Issue.

“The 1925 Geneva Protocol: China’s CBW Charges Against Japan at the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal” in Bretislav Friedrich, et al., One Hundred Years of Chemical Warfare: Research, Deployment, Consequences, Springer International Publishing, September 2017, based on the proceedings of an April 2015 conference of the Fritz Haber Institute of Max Planck Society, Berlin, Germany.

Michal Ben-Josef Hirsch, ’09

with Manjari Miller, “How Identity Issues Keep India and Israel Apart; And Why Modi’s Visit May Not Signal a Transformation in Ties,” Foreign Affairs, July 10, 2017.

Gregory D. Koblentz, Alum ’04

“The De Novo Synthesis of Horsepox Virus: Implications for Biosecurity and Recommendations for Preventing the Reemergence of Smallpox,” Health Security, Vol. 15, No. 5 (2017), pp. 1-9.

with Mahdi F.H. Al Jewari, “Strengthening Biosecurity in Iraq: Development of a National Biorisk Management System,” in Jeanne M. Fair, Hillary H. Carter, and Nathan Wolfe, eds., Biological Engagement Programs: Reducing Threats and Strengthening Global Health Security Through Scientific Collaboration (Frontiers Media SA, 2017), pp. 59-62.

Alan Kuperman, Alum ’02

“Our African Friend, the Mass Murderer,” New York Daily News, op-ed, August 7, 2017, p. 26.

“Japan’s Intentional Plutonium Surplus,” Kyodo News, op-ed, August 17, 2017.

with Edwin Lyman, “Why is NASA Testing Bomb-grade Materials for its Mars Mission?” Baltimore Sun, op-ed, August 21, 2017.

Peter Liberman, Alum ’92

with Linda J. Skitka, “Revenge in US Public Support for War Against Iraq,” Public Opinion Quarterly 81 (3), Fall 2017, pp. 636-660.

Jennifer Lind, Alum ’04

“Why China Won’t Solve the North Korea Nuclear Problem,” CNN Opinion, August 7, 2017.

Jon Lindsay, Alum ’11

“Target Practice: Counterterrorism and the Amplification of Data Friction,” Science, Technology, & Human Values, August 28, 2017.

“Restrained by Design: The Political Economy of Cybersecurity,” Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance Vol. 19, No. 6 (July 26, 2017), pp. 493-514.

Joseph O’Mahoney, Stanton Fellow ’16-17

“Proclaiming Principles: The Logic of the Nonrecognition of the Spoils of War,” Journal of Global Security Studies, 2(3), pp. 204-219.

Joshua Rovner, Alum ’08

with Tyler Moore, “Does the Internet need a Hegemon?” Journal of Global Security Studies, Vol. 2, No. 3 (July, 2017), pp. 184-203.

“Are Cyber Weapons Too Dangerous to Use?” War on the Rocks, August 22, 2017.

“The ABCs of Deterring North Korea,” War on the Rocks, September 13, 2017.

“Intelligence, Politicization, and the Russia Probe,” Lawfare, September 17, 2017.

Review of Austin Long, The Soul of Armies: Counterinsurgency Doctrine and Military Culture in the US and UK (Cornell, 2016), in Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 132, No. 2 (Summer 2017), pp. 348-351.

Review of John M. Schuessler, Deceit on the Road to War: Presidents, Politics, and American Democracy (Cornell, 2015), in H-Diplo roundtable review 9-21 (2017).

Paul Staniland, Alum ’10

“Armed Politics and the Study of Intrastate Conflict,” Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 54, No. 4 (July, 2017), pp. 459-467.

“Whither ISIS? Insights from Insurgent Responses to Decline,” Washington Quarterly, Vol. 40, No. 3 (Fall 2017), pp. 29-43.

Paul Walker, Alum ’78

“A Century of Chemical Warfare: Building a World Free of Chemical Weapons,” in Bretislav Friedrich, et al., One Hundred Years of Chemical Warfare: Research, Deployment, Consequences, Springer International Publishing, September 2017, based on the proceedings of an April 2015 conference of the Fritz Haber Institute of Max Planck Society, Berlin, Germany.

Rachel Whitlark, Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow ’12-13

“Nuclear Beliefs: A Leader-focused Theory of Counter-proliferation,” Security Studies 26, No. 4 (2017), pp. 545-574.

with Rupal Mehta, “The Benefits and Burdens of Nuclear Latency,” International Studies Quarterly (2017).

Tim Wolters, Alum ’04

“Reading Submarine History,” The Submarine Review, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 135-145.