Breakthroughs

Spring 2006, Vol. XV, No. 1. Benjamin H. Friedman and Harvey M. Sapolsky, "You Never Know(ism)"; Caitlin Talmadge, "Transforming the Pentagon: McNamara, Rumsfeld and the Politics of Change"; Yumi Hiwatari, "Recreating Japan's National Defense Strategy"; Joel J. Sokolsky, "Walking the Line: Canada-U.S. Security Relations and the Global War on Terrorism." Also in this issue: Op-Ed by John Shephard Jr. and Harvey M. Sapolsky; SSP Recent Publications.

Spring 2005, Vol. XIV, No. 1. Robert Vickers, Jr., "Intelligence Reform: Problems and Prospects"; Joshua Rovner and Austin Long, "Intelligence Failure and Reform: Evaluating the 9/11 Commission Report"; Joyce Lee Malcolm, "The UN's Global Effort to Disarm Civilians: Wisdom or Folly?"; Harvey M. Sapolsky, "Canada: Crossing the Line." Also in this issue: Op-Eds by Michael Schrage and Cindy Williams; SSP Conferences; Recent Publications.

Spring 2004, Vol. XIII, No. 1. Harvey M. Sapolsky, "Strategic ASW: Making the Deterrent Vulnerable"; Peter L. Duffy, "Principles of Ethical Conduct...The Ultimate Bait and Switch"; Michael Schrage, "Digital Dishonesty as Best Policy"; Geoffrey Forden, "China's Satellite-Based Navigation System: Implications for Conventional and Strategic Forces"; Benjamin Friedman, "Leap Before you Look: The Failure of Homeland Security." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Geoffrey Forden; SSP Conferences; Recent Publications.

Spring 2003, Vol. XII, No. 1. Harvey M. Sapolsky, "War Needs a Warning Label"; George N. Lewis, "How the U.S. Army Assessed as Successful a Missile Defense that Failed Completely"; Vanda Felbabova, "Getting Hooked: The Insurgency/Drug Nexus"; Heather S. Gregg, "Divided They Conquer: The Success of Armenian Ethnic Lobbies in the U.S."; Michael A. Glosny, "Mines Against Taiwan: A Military Analysis of a PRC Blockade." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Allison Macfarlane; SSP Recent Publications; Conferences; and Summer 2003 Courses.

Spring 2002, Vol. XI, No. 1. Cindy Williams, "U.S. Federal Spending Choices After September 11th"; Martin Lundmark, "The Transatlantic Defense Industry Market: Future Modes of Integration"; Geoffrey Forden, "Nuclear Bunker Busters"; Andrea Gabbitas, "The Enduring Problem of Tactical Nuclear Weapons"; Sidharth Puram, "U.S. Sanctions on Iraq: The Persistence of Failed Policy." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Richard Samuels; SSP Conferences; Op-Ed by Stephen Van Evera, and Recent Publications.

Spring 2001, Vol. X, No. 1. Sanford L. Weiner, "Lessons from JSTARS"; Geoffrey Forden, "Russia's Early Warning System: Which Came First, Technology or Doctrine?"; Daniel B. Landau, "'Houston, We Have a Problem' Finding an American Space Launch Policy in the 21st Century"; Harvey M. Sapolsky, "Buying Weapons Without an Enemy"; Kelly M. Greenhill, "On Intervention to Deter Deadly Conflict: A Cautionary Prospective Analysis." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Tom Christensen; SSP Conferences; Op-Ed by Elizabeth Thomson, and Recent Publications.

Spring 2000, Vol. IX, No. 1. Eugene Gholz, "The Irrelevance of International Defense Industry Mergers"; Christopher P. Twomey, "The Vietnam War and the End of Civilian Scientist Advisors in Defense Policy"; Laura Reed, "Rethinking Security from the Ground Up"; Robert Garvin, "Spin off from Spinning Propellers: The Aircraft Engine Business in New England"; Harvey M. Sapolsky, "On the Theory of Military Innovation." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Cindy Williams; News and Notes; Op-Ed by Cindy Williams, and Recent Publications.

Spring 1999, Vol. VIII, No. 1. Cindy Williams and Jennifer M. Lind, "Can We Afford a Revolution in Military Affairs?"; Lieutenant Colonel Edward O. Rios, USAF, "A Credible National Missile Defense: Do-Able NMD"; James Lloyd Foster, "Effects of Low Oil Prices and High Environmental Costs on Industry"; George Rathjens, "The Secretary General's Report—September 1998." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: George Lewis; News Notes; Op-Ed by Joyce Malcolm and Recent Publications.

Spring 1998, Vol. VII, No. 1. Jeremy Shapiro, "Military Privatization: The Future of the Force Projection Industry"; Paul Podvig, "The Russian Strategic Forces: Uncertain Future"; Rick Reece, "On the Myth of Chinese Power Projection Capabilities"; David Wright, "Will North Korea Negotiate Away Its Missiles?"; James Lloyd Foster and Jorn Siljeholm, "The Environmental Security Problem: Does the US Have a Policy?" Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Steve Van Evera; News Notes; Sapolsky and Gholz on Defense Costs, and Recent Publications.

Spring 1997, Vol. VI, No. 1. Harvey M. Sapolsky, Mike Trahan, Eugene Gholz and David T. Burbach, "Let's Have A Parade"; Michael C. Lynch, "The Nature of Energy Security"; David T. Burbach, "Ready for Action: European Capabilities for Peace Operations"; Marvin M. Miller, "Technical Fixes and Public Acceptance of Nuclear Power." Also in this issue: Faculty Profile: Marvin Miller; News Notes; and Mearsheimer and Van Evera on Bosnia.

Spring 1996, Vol. V, No. 1. Harvey M. Sapolsky, "The Interservice Competition Solution"; Daryl G. Press and Eugene Gholz, "Searching for that 'Vision Thing': America's Foreign Policy Choices"; George Lewis, "The ABM Treaty and the Future of Arms Control and Non-Proliferation"; Taylor Seybolt, "Whither Humanitarian Intervention? Indications from Rwanda"; Daryl G. Press, "Strategic Airpower in Desert Storm and Beyond: A Symposium Summary." Also in this issue: Faculty Profile: Ted Postol; Posen on Military Intervention.

Spring 1995, Vol. IV, No. 1. Nick Beldecos and Eric Heginbotham, "The Conventional Military Balance in Korea"; Eugene Gholz, "Procurement Politics: The Decline of Curtiss-Wright"; Sybil Francis, "Save the Labs?"; Eugene B. Skolnikoff, "The Lessons of SDI." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Jack Ruina; News Notes; and Sapolsky on Industrial Policy.

Spring 1994, Vol. III, No. 1. Harvey M. Sapolsky and Sharon K. Weiner, "Dodging a Bullet"; Daryl G. Press, "What If Saddam Hadn't Stopped?"; Jim Walsh, "The Riddle of the Sphinx"; Reuven Pedatzur, "The Israeli ATBM"; David Wright and Timur Kadyshev, "The North Korean Missile Program." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Barry Posen; News Notes; and Posen on Grand Strategy.

Winter 1992/93, Vol. II, No. 2. Harvey M. Sapolsky and Sharon K. Weiner, "War Without Killing"; Peter J. Liberman, "Does Conquest Pay?"; James W. Chung, "Whither the U.S. Aerospace Industry?"; Eugene Miasnikov, "Submarine Collision off Murmansk: A Look from Afar"; Joseph Arminio, "Earn Peace the Han Way." Also in this issue: Faculty Spotlight: Steve Meyer; News Notes; and Posen on the New World Order.

Spring 1992, Vol. II, No. 1. Brian Taylor, "Red Army Blues"; Trevor Thrall, "The Gulf in Reporting the Gulf War"; John C. Brown and Kevin B. Oliveau, "Is There a Fulda Gap in Space?"; Paul N. Nagy, "Farewell to Naval Nukes? Not Quite Yet"; Daniel A. Lindley, III, "Was the U.S. Intervention in Panama Legal?" Also in this Issue: Faculty Spotlight: Carl Kaysen; News Notes; and Postol on Patriot.

Spring 1991, Vol I No. 2. Owen Cote and Harvey M. Sapolsky, "Lift Myths"; Kevin P. O'Prey, "The Brave New World of the Soviet Defense Sector"; Brian Nichiporuk, "The Battle of the Bulge"; Laura S. Hayes Holgate, "Fallout in the Fifties"; Jane T. Kellett, "Panama: What Were the Choices?" Also in this issue: Posen on Coercion; Faculty Spotlight: George Rathjens; and News Notes.

Fall 1990, Vol I. No. 1. Harvey M. Sapolsky and Owen Cote, "A Baker's Dozen"; Trevor Thrall, "Can Journalists Cut Through the Fog of War?"; Michael W. Chinworth, "Japan's Defense Policy"; Conventional Forces Working Group, "Armored Breakthrough Battles." Also in the issue: Lewis on Submarine-launched Cruise Missiles, Mehser on Artificial Intelligence, Meyer on the Soviet Army, and News Notes.