Boaz Atzili (Alum, ’06)
Boaz Atzili with Wendy Pearlman, Triadic Coercion in the Middle East: Israel’s Targeting of States that Host Non-State Actors (New York: Columbia University, 2018).
Boaz Atzili with Wendy Pearlman, “Israel-Hamas Fighting Erupted Just as Negotiations Advanced. What Started It and Why does it Matter?” The Washington Post (in “The Monkey Cage”), November 15, 2018.
Boaz Atzili, “Israel’s Next War with Hezbollah: Targeting the Wrong Enemy,” in Political Violence @ a Glance, December 17, 2018.
Owen Cote (Faculty)
Owen Cote, “Invisible Nuclear-Armed Submarines, or Transparent Oceans? Are Ballistic Missile Submarines Still the Best Deterrent for the United States?” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 75, no. 1, 2019, pp. 30-35.
Heather Gregg (Alum, ‘03)
Heather Gregg, Building the Nation: Missed Opportunities in Iraq and Afghanistan (University of Nebraska, 2018)
Jeanne Guillemin (Senior Advisor)
“C.P. Snow, Sputnik and the Cold War,” European Review (February, 2019), 1-7.
“From Reviled Poisons to State Arsenals: The Un(necessary) Proliferation of Chemical Weapons,” Chemical Bodies: The Techno-Politics of Control, Alex Mankoo and Brian Rappert, eds (Rowman & Littlefield, NY, 2018), 23-40.
“The 1925 Geneva Protocol: China’s CBW Charges Against Japan at the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal,” One Hundred Years of Chemical Warfare: Research, Deployment, Consequences, Bratislav Friedrich et al. (Springer Open, 2017)
Eric Heginbotham (Principal Research Scientist)
Eric Heginbotham, Jacob Heim, and Christopher P. Twomey, “Of Bombs and Bureaucrats: Internal Drivers of Nuclear Force Building in China and the United States,” Journal of Contemporary China, December 2018.
William James (Grand Strategy, Security, and Statecraft Fellow, ‘18)
William James, “Déjà Vu? 'Global Britain' Versus the Continental Commitment,” The National Interest, October 2018.
Gregory Koblentz (Alum, ’04)
Jesse Kirkpatrick, Gregory D. Koblentz, Megan J. Palmer, Edward Perello, David A. Relman, and Sarah W. Denton, Editing Biosecurity: Needs and Strategies for Governance of Genome Editing (Arlington, VA: George Mason University, 2018)
Alan Kuperman (Alum, ’02)
Alan Kuperman, Plutonium for Energy? Explaining the Global Decline of MOX (Austin: NPPP, 2018)
Peter Liberman (Alum, ’92)
Peter Liberman with Linda J. Skitka, “Vicarious Retribution in US Public Support for War Against Iraq,” Security Studies.
Eric Labs (Alum, ’94)
Eric Labs, An Analysis of the Navy’s Fiscal Year 2019 Shipbuilding Plan, Congressional Budget Office, October 2018.
Reid Pauly (Graduate Student)
“Would U.S. Leaders Push the Button? Wargames and the Sources of Nuclear Restraint,” International Security, Vol. 43, no. 2 (Fall 2018), 151-192.
David Pendall (Army Fellow, ’12-13)
David Pendall, “Semper Optiones: 21st Century Intelligence,” Air and Space Power Journal and ASPJ’s Chinese Edition (Spring 2018).
Barry Posen (Faculty)
Barry Posen, “Want NATO Allies to Boost Defense Spending? Don’t Build Fort Trump,” Defense One, December 18, 2018.
Jeremy Pressman (Alum, ’02)
Matthew Leep and Jeremy Pressman, “Foreign Cues and Public Views on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, online, November 21, 2018.
Carol Saivetz (Senior Advisor)
Carol Saivetz, “What to Do About Nasser’s Egypt: The View from Moscow,” “What to Do About the Crisis: The View from Moscow,” and “What to Do About the War: The View from Moscow,” in Philip Zelikow and Ernest R. May, Suez Deconstructed, an Interactive Study in Crisis, War, and Peacemaking (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 2018).
Richard Samuels (Faculty)
Eric Heginbotham and Richard J. Samuels, “An Agenda for Japanese Military Reform,” East Asia Forum Quarterly, vol. 10, no. 3, July-September 2018.
Yoni Shimshoni (Affiliate)
Ariel E. Levite and Jonathan (Yoni) Shimshoni, “The Strategic Challenge of Society-centric Warfare,” Survival, vol. 60, no. 6, December 2018-January 2019, pp. 91-118.
Paul Staniland (Alum, ‘10)
Paul Staniland, Asfandyar Mir, and Sameer Lalwani, “Politics and Threat Perception: Explaining Pakistani Military Strategy on the North West Frontier,” Security Studies, vol. 27, issue 4, 2018.
Paul Staniland, “The Future of Democracy in South Asia: Why Citizens Must Stay Vigilant,” Foreign Affairs, January 4, 2019.
Caitlin Talmadge (Alum, ’11)
Caitlin Talmadge, “Beijing’s Nuclear Option: Why a U.S.-Chinese War Could Spiral Out of Control,” November/December 2018, Foreign Affairs.
David Andrew Weinberg (Alum, ’12)
David Andrew Weinberg, Teaching Hate and Violence: Problematic Passages from Saudi State Textbooks for the 2018-19 School Year, ADL International Affairs report, November 2018.
David Andrew Weinberg, “Saudi textbooks still foment hate: The kingdom’s education materials are rife with anti-Semitism and calls to hurt Shiites, gays, women and more,” New York Daily News, November 30, 2018.