RUSSIA AND THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
Journal Article, Nonproliferation Review, issue 1, volume 14
By Jennifer C. Bulkeley, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2008-2009; Former Research Assistant, Preventive Defense Project, 2007-2009
Article in The Nonproliferation Review
Bringing together leading contributors in the field, this volume analyses how victory and defeat in modern war can be understood and explained.
By Ivan Arreguin-Toft, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2002-2009
"If it is true that every strategy has an ideal counterstrategy, then understanding how to counter terrorism demands some understanding of terrorism as a strategy."
Summary, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
By Steven E. Miller, Director, International Security Program; Editor-in-Chief, International Security; Co-Principal Investigator, Project on Managing the Atom
"The efforts that the Center has made in addressing the nuclear challenges of the post-Cold War era are anchored in the books that it has produced on the major dimensions of the problem."
February 25, 2007
Op-Ed, Boston Globe
By Seyom Brown, Former Senior Fellow, International Security Program, 2006-2007
"POLICY ANALYSTS in Cambridge and policy wonks in Washington are all astir , trying to ascertain whether the anti-US rhetoric by President Vladimir Putin of Russia at a conference in Munich was mainly for his home audience or signaled a resurgent rivalry with the United States...."
February 20, 2007
Op-Ed, Wall Street Journal
By Vanda Felbab-Brown, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program/Program on Intrastate Conflict, 2005–2007
As NATO braces for a spring Taliban offensive in Afghanistan, many in the Bush administration, the Congress and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime are calling for it to take on a prominent role in combating the narcotics trade....
February 17, 2007
Op-Ed, International Herald Tribune
By Xenia Dormandy, Former Senior Associate, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
There is talk about the U.S.-Pakistan-Afghanistan tripartite, but it's the wrong focus. The focus should be on the Afghanistan-Pakistan-India triangle.
February 15, 2007
Op-Ed, Christian Science Monitor
By Richard N. Rosecrance, Adjunct Professor; International Security Program; Director, Project on U.S.-China Relations
Dissidents undermine their legitimacy by resorting to mass killings and extortion.
February 15, 2007