November 7, 2002
By Jane Fountain, Former Associate Professor of Public Policy and Director of the National Center for Digital Government
PDP paper on Sino-American Crisis Management Procedures, Practices, and Organization
By Robert Margolis, Former Research Fellow, Energy Technology Innovation Project/Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program, 1999-2002
April 30, 2001
By Graham Allison, Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs; Douglas Dillon Professor of Government, Harvard Kennedy School
Drawing on the Caspian Studies Program's ongoing research, my colleague Emily Van Buskirk and I prepared a case on U.S. policy on Caspian energy development and exports for a Kennedy School course I teach with Ambassador Robert Blackwill. Using the case, our sixty students examined central questions including: What is the most effective way to promote the development of Caspian energy resources? What is the proper role of government in large-scale capital projects? Where does the Caspian Basin rank in the hierarchy of U.S. national interests?
By James Bieda, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005–2006
Harvard Business School students Michael Matly and Laura Dillon examine Dubai's development strategies.
By Doron Almog, Former Senior Fellow, International Security Program, 2003-2004