By Jeremy Pressman, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2002-2003
March / April 2004
Harvard Magazine, issue no. 4, volume Vol. 106
By Stephen M. Walt, Robert and Renée Belfer Professor of International Affairs; Faculty Chair, International Security Program
February 23, 2004
Christian Science Monitor
By Juliette Kayyem, Lecturer in Public Policy (on Leave)
Whatever Yee may have done wrong in the military's eyes pales in comparison with what the case has done to denigrate the military court system. The military court should take its next opportunity not only to salvage Yee's shattered reputation, but to salvage the reputation of military justice itself.
February 18, 2004
January 23, 2004
January 15, 2004
By James Walsh, Former Executive Director, Project on Managing the Atom/Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program, 2002-2006; Former Research Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, 1999-2002
Libya's decision to give up its weapons programs is welcome news and highlights the value of negotiation -- even with rogue states. It also raises the possibility of a Libyan-North Korean connection. This Libyan-North Korean connection does not involve uranium or missiles. No, this connection involves trust.
January 12, 2004
International Security, issue 3, volume 28
By David Kang
In rebutting Acharya’s criticisms to his spring 2003 article, "Getting Asia Wrong: The Need for New Analytic Frameworks," Kang reemphasizes his view that in studying Asia, international relations scholarship should be less Eurocentric and consider more carefully the Asian empirical anomalies.