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Robert Art

  • "The Strategy of Selective Engagement," in Pelham G. Boyer and Robert S. Wood, Strategic Transformation and Naval Power in the Twenty First Century (Newport: Naval War College Press, 1998).
  • "Strategy and Management in the Post Cold-War Pentagon," in Gary Guertner, The Search for Strategy: Politics and Strategic Vision (Greenwood, 1993).
  • "The United States: Nuclear Weapons and Grand Strategy," in Regina Cowen Karp, Security With Nuclear Weapons? (Oxford University Press, 1991).
  • "From Resource Wars to `Real' Wars: The Pentagon and Biennial Budgeting," in Barry M. Blechman and James Blackwell, eds., Making Defense Reform Work (Pergamon-Brassey, 1990).
  • "Congress and the Defense Budget: New Procedures and Old Realities," in Barry M. Blechman and William J. Lynn, Toward a More Effective Defense: The Report of the CSIS Defense Reorganization Project (Cambridge: Ballinger, 1985).
  • "Pentagon Reform in Comparative and Historical Perspective," in Robert Art, Vincent Davis, and Samuel Huntington, Reorganizing America's Defense (Washington, D.C.: Pergamon, 1985).
  • “The Role of Military Power in International Relations," in B. Trout and J. Harf, National Security Affairs: Theoretical Perspectives and Contemporary Issues (Transaction Books, 1982).
  • With Stephen E. Ockenden, "The Domestic Politics of Cruise Missile Development in the United States, 1970-1980," in Richard K. Betts, Cruise Missiles: Technology, Strategy, and Politics (Brookings, 1981).
  • "The United States and the NATO Alliance: Managing the Unsolvable," in The 1980s: Decade of Confrontation? (Proceedings of the Eight Annual National Security Affairs Conference of the National Defense University, 1981).
  • "The American and Canadian Federal Bureaucracies," in Elliot Feldman and Neil Nevitt, Canada, Quebec, and the United States: The Future of North America (Harvard Center for International Affairs and the Montreal Institute on Public Policy Research, 1979).
  • "America's Foreign Policy in Historical Perspective," in Roy C. Macridis, Foreign Policy in World Politics, 5th (1976), 6th (1985), and 7th (1988) editions (Prentice Hall).
  • "Technology, Strategy, and the Use of Force," in Robert Art and Kenneth Waltz, The Use of Force, 1st edition (Little, Brown, 1971).

Suzanne Berger

  • “De Made in America à Made in France,” in B. Coriat and D. Taddei, Entreprise France: Made in France, Vol. 2 (1993).
  • “From Le Mouvement Poujade to the Front National: Studies on the Dark Side of French Politics,” in Linda B. Miller and Michael Joseph Smith, Ideas and Ideals: Essays on Politics in Honor of Stanley Hoffmann (Westview Press, 1993).
  • “French Business from Transition to Transition, 1981-1986,” in G. Ross, S. Hoffmann and S. Malzacher, The Mitterrand Experiment: Continuity and Change in Socialist France (Cambridge: Polity Press, 1987).
  • “Liberalism Reborn: The New Liberal Synthesis in France,” in J. Howorth and G. Ross, France: A Yearbook of Interdisciplinary Studies, No. 1. (London: Frances Pinter, 1987).
  • “La nuova sintesi neoliberale in Francia,” in M. Aymard, Il Governo della Sinistra nella Francia degli anni `80 (Milan: F. Angeli, 1987).
  •  “French Socialists and the Patronat,” in Howard Machin and Vincent Wright, Economic Policies and Policy-Making Under the Mitterrand Presidency 1981-1984 (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1985).
  •  “Lame Ducks and National Champions: French Industrial Policy in the Fifth Republic,” in William Andrews and Stanley Hoffmann, The Fifth Republic at Twenty (Albany: SUNY Press, 1981).
  • “Monde catholique, pratique religieuse et vie politique,” in Jean-Daniel Reynaud and Yves Grafmeyer, Francais, qui êtes vous? (Paris: Documentation française, 1981).
  • “France: Autonomy in Alliance,” in David Landes, Western Europe: The Trials of Partnership, Critical Choices for Americans, Vol. VIII (Lexington, Massachusetts: D. C. Heath, 1977).
  • “Italy: On the Threshold or the Brink?” in David Landes, Western Europe: The Trials of Partnership, Critical Choices for Americans, Vol. VIII (Lexington, Massachusetts: D. C. Heath, 1977).
  • “Bretons and Jacobins: Reflections on French Regional Ethnicity,” in Milton Esman, Ethnic Conflict in the Western World. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1977).
  • “Uso Politico e sopravvivenza dei ceti in declino” [The Uses of the Traditional Sector: Why the Declining Sector Survives], in F. L. Cavazza and S. Graubard, Il Caso Italiano (Milan: Garzanti, 1974).
  • “Corporatisme et politique des partis,” in Y. Tavernier, L’Univers politique des paysans (Paris: A. Colin, 1972).
  • “Etats-Unis: Agriculture sans classe paysanne,” in H. Mendras and Y. Tavernier, Terre, paysans et politique (Paris: S.E.D.E.I.S., 1969).
  • “Corporative Organizations: The Case of a French Rural Association,” in R. Pennock and J. Chapman, Voluntary Associations (Nomos XI, 1968).

Owen Coté

  • With Ashton B. Carter, "Disposition of Fissile Materials," in Graham T. Allison, Ashton B. Carter, Steven E. Miller & Phillip Zelikow, Cooperative Denuclearization: From Pledges to Deeds, CSIA Studies in Security No. 2, Harvard University, January 1993.
  • With Donald Kerr, "Destruction of Excess U.S. Weapons: Leadership by Example," in Graham T. Allison, Ashton B. Carter, Steven E. Miller & Phillip Zelikow, Cooperative Denuclearization: From Pledges to Deeds, CSIA Studies in Security No. 2, Harvard University, January 1993.
  • With Steven E. Miller, "Safety and Security Enhancements for Residual Nuclear Forces," in Graham T. Allison, Ashton B. Carter, Steven E. Miller & Phillip Zelikow, Cooperative Denuclearization: From Pledges to Deeds, CSIA Studies in Security No. 2, Harvard University, January 1993.
  • With Ashton B. Carter and Steven E. Miller, “Nuclear Consolidation After Soviet Disintegration: Coping With Strategic Forces,” in Carin Atterling Wedar, Michael Intriligator, and Peeter Vares, Implications of the Dissolution of the Soviet Union for Accidental/Inadvertent Uses of Weapons of Mass Destruction: international conference, Parnu, Estonia, April 23-25, 1992 (Tallinn: Estonian Academy of Sciences, 1992).

Diane Davis

  • “Cities as Subjects: Some Methodological Reflections on Urban Approaches to National Development,” in Armando Cisneros Sosa, Ma. Concepción Huarte Trujillo, and Ma. Teresa Esquivel Hernández, Cómo mirar la ciudad: Perspectivas y métodos en la investigación urbana[How to See the City: Perspectives and Methods in Urban Investigation] (Mexico City: UAM-Atzcapotzalco, 2003).
  • “Contemporary Challenges and Historical Reflections on the Study of Militaries, States, and Politics,” in Diane E. Davis and Anthony W. Pereira, Irregular Armed Forces and their Role in Politics and State Formation (New York and London: Cambridge University Press, 2003).
  • “Capital City Politics in Mexico: The Local-National Dynamics of Democratization,” in Henry A. Dietz and David J. Myers, Capital City Politics in Latin America: Democratization and Change (Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner, 2002).
  • With Arturo Alvarado, “Federalism, descentralización, y cambio politico ante la crisis de seguridad publica y ausencia de un estado de derecho,” in Arturo Alvarado and Sigrid Arzt, Desafios a la consolidación de la democracia en Mexico: Seguridad, cambio institucional, y federalismo (Mexico: Oceano Editorial, 2002).
  • “New Social Movements, Old Party Structures: The Discursive and Organizational Transformation of Party Politics in Mexico and Brazil,” in Roberto Korzeniewicz and William Smith, The Politics of Social Change and Economic Restructuring in Latin America (Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1997).
  • “The Rural Challenge to Urban Leviathan: Changing Regional Dynamics in Mexican Politics and Society,” in Mutsuo Yamada, Ciudad y campo en America Latina(JCAS Symposium Series 2) (Osaka: Japan Center for Area Studies, 1997).
  • “With Capital, Labor, or on their Own? The Middle Class Foundations of the Developmental State,” in Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, The East Asian Middle Classes and National Development in Comparative Perspective (Taipei, Taiwan: Academica Sinica, 1997).
  • “Política Nacional y Gobierno Local: El Caso de Nuevo York en Perspectiva Histórica,” in Alicia Ziccardi, GobiernoLocal y Demandas Ciudadanas (Mexico: Instituto Jose Luis Mora, 1995).
  • “Uncommon Democracy in Mexico: Middle Classes and the Military in the Consolidation of One-party Rule, 1936-1946,” in Herrick Chapman and George Reid Andrews, The Social Construction of Democracy, 1890-1990 (London: MacMillan Press, 1995).
  • “Transitions to Democracy in Latin America: Some Reflections on the German School of Critical Social Theory and the Case of Mexico,” in Carlos Sirvent, Transiciones a Democrácia en América Latina (Mexico: Editorial Porrua, 1993).
  • “Urban Social Movements, Intrastate Conflicts over Urban Policy, and Political Change in Mexico,” in Michael Peter Smith, Breaking Chains: Social Movements and Collective Action (Los Angeles and London: Sage Publications, 1990).
  • With Helen S. Astin, “Life Cycle, Career Cycle, and Gender Stratification in Academe: Expelling Myths and Exposing Truths,” in Suzanne Lie and Virginia O’Leary, Storming the Tower: Women in the Academic World (London: Kogan Page, 1990).
  • With Helen S. Astin, “Research Productivity Across the Life and Career Cycles: Facilitators and Barriers for Women,” in Mary Frank Fox, Scholarly Writing and Publishing: Issues, Problems, and Solutions (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1985).

Taylor Fravel

  • “Civil Military Relations and the Consolidation of Taiwan’s Democracy,” in Larry Diamond and Yun-han Chu, Challenges for Taiwan’s Democratic Consolidation, (forthcoming).
  • “The Evolution of China’s Military Strategy,” in David Finkelstein and James C. Mulvenon, China’s Changing Military Doctrine (Santa Monica: RAND Corp., 2005).
  • “The Revolution in Research Affairs: Online Sources for the Study of the PLA,” in James C. Mulvenon and Andrew N.D. Yang, Poverty of Riches: New Challenges and Opportunities in PLA Research, (Santa Monica: RAND Corp., 2003).

Barry Posen

  • “A Defense Concept for Ukraine,” in Irina Kobrinskaya and Sherman Garnett, Ukraine: Issues of Security (Moscow: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1996): 85-136. [in Russian]
  •  “Grand Strategy and Naval Force Structure,” in Pelham G. Boyer and Robert S. Wood, Strategic Transformation and Naval Power in the 21st Century (Newport: Naval War College Press, 1998).
  • With Andrew Ross, “Competing Visions for U.S. Grand Strategy,” in America’s Strategic Choices (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1997).
  • “Can Military Intervention Limit Refugee Flows?” in Rainer Munz and Myron Weiner, Migrants, Refugees, and Foreign Policy (Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1997).
  • “Military Responses to Refugee Disasters,” in Michael E. Brown, Owen R. Coté, Jr., Sean M. Lynn-Jones and Steven E. Miller, Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict, an International Security Reader, (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1997).
  • With Andrew Ross, “Competing US Grand Strategies,” in Robert J. Lieber, Eagle Adrift: American Foreign Policy at the End of the Century (New York: Harper Collins, 1996).
  • “Nationalism, the Mass Army and Military Power,” in John L. Comaroff and Paul C. Stern, Perspectives on Nationalism and War (Overseas Publishers Association, 1995).
  •  “Military Mobilization in the Persian Gulf Conflict," in SIPRI Yearbook 1991: World Armaments and Disarmament (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991).
  • "The Defense Resource Riddle," in Beverly Crawford, The New Europe Asserts Itself: A Changing Role in International Relations (Institute for International Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1990).
  • "Reagan Administration Defense Policy: Departure From Containment," in The Eagle Resurgent? The Reagan Era in American Foreign Policy (Little, Brown, 1987).
  • "The U.S. Military Response to Soviet Naval Developments in the High North," in Sverre Jervell and Kare Nyblom, The Military Buildup in the High North: American and Nordic Perspectives (Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 1986).
  • "Measuring the European Conventional Balance," in Steven E. Miller, Conventional Forces and American Defense Policy: an International Security Reader (Princeton University Press, 1986).
  • "Competing Views of the Central Region Conventional Balance," in Keith A. Dunn and William O. Staudenmaier, Alternative Military Strategies For The Future (Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania: US Army War College, 1985).

Sharon Stanton Russell

  • With Michael S. Teitelbaum, "Migration: What Policy Makers Can Do,” in Laurie Ann Mazur, ed., Beyond the Numbers: A Reader on Population, Consumption and the Environment (Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 1994).
  • "International Migration,” in Karen A. Foote, Kenneth H. Hill, and Linda G. Martin, eds.,  Demographic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa (Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, Population Dynamics of Sub-Saharan Africa Series, 1993).
  • "Migration and Political Integration in the Arab World,” in Giacomo Luciani and Ghasan Salame, eds., Nation, State and Integration in the Arab World, Vol. IV, The Politics of Arab Integration (London: Croom Helm, and Cairo: Center for Arab Unity Studies 1987).

Richard Samuels

  • With Eric Heginbotham, “Mercantile Realism and Japanese Foreign Policy During and After the Cold War,” in M. Mastanduno and E. Kapstein, Unipolar Politics: Realism and State Strategies after the Cold War (New York: Columbia University Press, 1999).
  • With Christopher P. Twomey, “The Eagle Eyes the Pacific: American Foreign Policy Options in East Asia After the Cold War,” in M. Green and P. Cronin, The U.S.-Japan Alliance: Past, Present, and Future (New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1999).
  • “Energy and Raw Materials,” in The Japan Handbook (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998).
  • "States, Markets, and the Politics of Reciprocal Consent," in Richard Samuels, The Business of the Japanese State: Energy Markets in Comparative and Historical Perspective (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987).
  • With D. Friedman, "How to Succeed Without Really Flying: Japan's Technology and Security Ideology," in M. Frankel and M. Kahler, Regionalism and Rivalry: Japan and the U.S. in Pacific Asia (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993).
  • "Energy," in R. Bowring and P. Kornici, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Japan (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 1993).
  • With H. Feigenbaum and R.K. Weaver, "Innovation, Coordination, and Implementation in Energy Policy," in Do Institutions Matter? Government Capabilities in the U.S. and Abroad (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 1993).
  • "The Myth of the Independent Intellectual," in R. Samuels and M. Weiner, The Political Culture of Foreign Area and International Studies (Washington, D.C.: Brassey's (U.S.), Inc., 1992).
  • "Reinventing Security: Japan Since Meiji" in Raymond Vernon and Ethan Kapstein, Defense & Dependence in a Global Economy (Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Inc., 1992).
  • With J. Levy, "Institutions and Innovation: Research Collaboration in Japan," in L. Mytelka,  Strategic Partnerships: States, Firms and International Competition (London: Pinter, 1991).
  • "The Business of the Japanese State" in M. Chick, Government, Industries, and Markets (London: Edward Elgar, 1990).
  • With B. Whipple, "Defense Production and Industrial Development: The Case of Japanese Aircraft," in C. Johnson, L. Tyson, and J. Zysman, The Politics of Productivity (Cambridge: Ballinger Books, 1989).
  • "Power Behind the Throne," in Terry E. MacDougall, Political Leadership in Contemporary Japan, Michigan Papers in Japanese Studies, 1982.
  • "The Politics of Alternative Energy R&D in Japan," in R. Morse, The Politics of Japan's Energy Strategy (University of California Institute of East Asian Studies, Berkeley, 1981).

Bishwapriya Sanyal

  • "Meaning, Not Interest: Motivation for Progressive Planning," in S. J. Mandelbaum, et al., Explorations in Planning Theory (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Center for Urban Policy Research, 1996).
  • "Social Construction of Hope," in L. Rodwin and D. Schon, Rethinking the Development Experience: Essays Provoked By The Work of A.O. Hirschman (Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, and Cambridge: The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 1994).


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