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Occasional Paper #69
Extended Deterrence and Allied Assurance: Key Concepts and Current Challenges for U.S. Policy, by Justin V. Anderson and Jeffrey A. Larsen, with Polly M. Holdorf, September 2013

Occasional Paper #68
Qualitative Considerations of Nuclear Forces at Lower Numbers and Implications for Future Arms Control Negotiations, by Jeffrey A. Larsen, Justin V. Anderson, Darci Bloyer, Thomas Devine IV, Rebecca Davis Gibbons, and Christina Vaughan, July 2012

Occasional Paper #67
Conventional Arms Control and American Policy in the 21st Century, by Jeffrey D. McCausland, December 2010
Occasional Paper #66
Global Insurgency and Salafi Jihad Movement,
by Richard H. Shultz, April 2008

Occasional Paper #64
Strategic Culture and Violent Non-State Actors,
by James Smith, Jerry Long and Thomas Johnson, February 2008

Occasional Paper #63
Information Warfare Arms Control: Risks and Costs, by Maxie C. Thom, March 2006
Occasional Paper #62
International Security Negotiations: Lessons Learned from Negotiating with the Russians on Nuclear Arms, by Michael O. Wheeler, February 2006
Occasional Paper #61
Biowarfare Lessons, Emerging Biosecurity Issues, and Ways to Monitor Dual-Use Biotechnology Trends in the Future, by Helen E. Purkitt, September 2005
Occasional Paper #60
The Art of Peace: Dissuading China from Developing Counter-Space Weapons, by David O. Meteyer, August 2005
Occasional Paper #59
Israel's Attack on Osiraq: A Model for Future Preventative Strikes?, by Peter S. Ford, July 2005
Occasional Paper #58
Turbulent Arena: Global Effects Against Non-State Adversaries, by Troy S. Thomas and William D. Casebeer, June 2005
Occasional Paper #57
Armed Groups: A Tier-One Security Priority,  by Richard H. Shultz, Douglas Farah. and Itamara V. Lochard, September 2004
Occasional Paper #56
Carrot, Stick, or Sledgehammer: US Policy Options for North Korean Nuclear Weapons, by Daniel J. Orcutt, August 2004
Occasional Paper #55
Perspectives on Arms Control, by Michael O. Wheeler, James M. Smith, Glen M. Segell, July 2004
Occasional Paper #54
India’s Emerging Security Strategy, Missile Defense, and Arms Control, by Stephen F. Burgess, June 2004
Occasional Paper #53 
The Worried Well:  Strategies for Installation Commanders, by Fran Pilch, April 2004
Occasional Paper #52 
Violent Systems: Defeating Terrorists, Insurgents, and Other Non-State Adversaries, by Troy S. Thomas and William D. Casebeer, March 2004
Occasional Paper #51 
Egypt as a Failing State: Implications for US National Security, by Ruth M. Beitler and Cindy R. Jebb, July 2003
Occasional Paper #50 
Effects, Targets, and Tools: A Primer for US Strategy and an Application Examining the Security Dynamics of Northeast Asia, by Thomas A. Drohan, June 2003
Occasional Paper #49 
Arms Control without Arms Control: The Failure of the Biological Weapons Convention Protocol and a New Paradigm for Fighting the Threat of Biological Weapons, by Guy B. Roberts, March 2003
Occasional Paper #48
View from the East: Arab Perceptions of United States Presence and Policy, by Brent J. Talbot and Michael B. Meyer February 2003
Occasional Paper #47
Northeast Asia Regional Security and the United States Military: Context, Presence, and Roles, by Susan F. Bryant, Russell D. Howard, Jay M. Parker, and Albert S. Wilner, November 2002
Occasional Paper #46
Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Debunking the Mythology, by John T. Cappello, Gwendolyn M. Hall and Stephen P. Lambert, August 2002
Occasional Paper #45 
Squaring the Circle: Cooperative Security and Military Operations, by Jeffrey D. McCausland, July 2002
Occasional Paper #44 
All Our Tomorrows: A Long-Range Forecast of Global Trends Affecting Arms Control Technology, by James M. Smith and Jeffrey A. Larsen, June 2002  
Occasional Paper #43
Lords of the Silk Route: Violent Non-State Actors in Central Asia, by Troy S. Thomas and Stephen D. Kiser, May 2002
Occasional Paper #42
United States Military Space: Into the Twenty-First Century, by Peter L. Hays
Occasional Paper #41
The Common European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP), by Edward G. Gunning, Jr., July 2001
Occasional Paper #40
US Policy Towards Secession in the Balkans and Effectiveness of De Facto Partition, by Evelyn N. Farkas, and  Improving US-Russian Relations Through Peacekeeping Operations, by Beth L. Makros, and Jeremy C. Saunders, June 2001
Occasional Paper #39
Aerospace Power in Urban Warfare:  Beware the Hornet's Nest, by Peter C. Hunt, May 2001
Occasional Paper #38
Constraints, Restraints and the Role of Aerospace Power in the 21st Century, by Jeffrey K. Beene, April 2001
Occasional Paper #37
The Rollback of South Africa's Biological Warfare Program, by Stephen Burgess and Helen Purkitt, February 2001
Occasional Paper #36
The Arms Control Dog Won't Hunt:  Proposed Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty at the Conference on Disarmament, by Guy B. Roberts, January 2001
Occasional Paper #35
Water:  The Hydraulic Parameter of Conflict in the Middle East and North Africa, by Stephen D. Kiser, September 2000
Occasional Paper #34
Prospects for a Conventional Arms Reduction Treaty and Confidence-Building Measures in Northeast Asia, by Bonnie D. Jenkins, August 2000
Occasional Paper #33
Sharing the Knowledge:  Government-Private Sector Partnerships to Enhance Information Security, by Steven M. Rinaldi, May 2000
Occasional Paper #32
Cyberterrorism and Computer Crimes:  Issues Surrounding the Establishment of an International Legal Regime, by Richard W. Aldrich, April 2000
Occasional Paper #31
Indo-Russian Military and Nuclear Cooperation:  Implications for U.S. Security Interests, by Jerome M. Conley, February 2000
Occasional Paper #30
The Viability of U.S. Anti-Satellite Policy:  Moving Toward Space Control, by Joan Johnson-Freese, January 2000
Occasional Paper #29
Overcoming Uncertainty:  U.S.-China Strategic Relations in the 21st Century, by Walter Neal Anderson,  October 1999
Occasional Paper #28
The Chinese People's Liberation Army:  "Short Arms and Slow Legs", by Russell D. Howard,  September 1999
Occasional Paper #27
Out of (South) Africa:  Pretoria's Nuclear Weapons Experience, by Roy E. Horton, III, August 1999
Occasional Paper #26
Interpreting Shadows:  Arms Control and Defense Planning in a Rapidly Changing Multi-Polar World, by David R. King, June 1999
Occasional Paper #25
The Next Peace Operation:  U.S. Air Force Issues and Perspectives, by William C. Thomas and Jeremy D. Cukierman, May 1999
Occasional Paper #24
Juggling the Bear:  Assessing NATO Enlargement in Light of Europe’s Past and Asia’s Future, by David S. Fadok, March 1999.
Occasional Paper #23
NATO: Potential Sources of Tension,  by Joseph R. Wood, February, 1999.
Occasional Paper #22
Environmental Security in the Czech Republic:  Status and Concerns in the Post-Communist Era, by Paul J. Valley, October 1998
Occasional Paper #21
Counterforce:  Locating and Destroying Weapons of Mass Destruction, by Robert W. Chandler, Septmeber 1998
Occasional Paper #20
A Post-Cold War Nuclear Strategy Model, by Gwendolyn M. Hall, John T. Capello, and Stephen R. Lambert, July 1998
Occasional Paper #19
USAF Culture and Cohesion:  Building an Air and Space Force for the 21st Century, by James M. Smith, June 1998
Occasional Paper #18
Uncharted Paths, Uncertain Vision:  U.S. Military Involvements in Sub-Saharan Africa in the Wake of the Cold War, by Dan Henk, March 1998
Occasional Paper #17
NATO Counterproliferation Policy:  A Case Study in Alliance Politics, by Jeffrey A. Larsen, November 1997
Occasional Paper #16 (HTML format)
Threat Perceptions in the Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore, by William E. Berry, Jr., September 1997
Occasional Paper #15
Nonlethal Weapons: Terms and References, by Robert J. Bunker, July 1997 
Occasional Paper #14
Environmental Federalism and U.S. Military Installations: A Framework for Compliance, by James M. Smith, June 1997 
Occasional Paper #13
Political-Military Affairs Officers and the Air Force: Continued Turbulence in a Vital Career Specialty, by James E. Kinzer and Marybeth Peterson Ulrich, April 1997 
Occasional Paper #12
Russia's Crumbling Tactical Nuclear Weapons Complex: An Opportunity for Arms Control, by Stephen P. Lambert and David A. Miller, April 1997 
Occasional Paper #11
Melancholy Reunion: A Report from the Future on the Collapse of Civil-Military Relations in the United States, by Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., October 1996 
Occasional Paper #10
Weapons Proliferation and Organized Crime: The Russian Military and Security Force Dimension, by Graham H. Turbiville, Jr., June 1996 
Occasional Paper #9
The International Legal Implications of Information Warfare, by Richard W. Aldrich, April 1996 
Occasional Paper #8
Five Minutes Past Midnight: The Clear and Present Danger of Nuclear Weapons Grade Fissile Materials, by Guy B. Roberts, February 1996 
Occasional Paper #7
Nuclear Proliferation: The Diplomatic Role of Non-Weaponized Programs, by Rosalind R. Reynolds, January 1996 
Occasional Paper #6
Nuclear Proliferation: Diminishing Threat?, by William Kincade, December 1995
Occasional Paper #5
Economic Power in the Sino-U.S. Relationship, by Kevin F. Donovan, December 1995 
Occasional Paper #4
Environmental Assistance as National Security Policy: Helping the Former Soviet Union Find Solutions to its Environmental Problems, by Robert L. Dunaway, November 1995 
Occasional Paper #3
North Korea's Nuclear Program: The Clinton Administration's Response, by William E. Berry, Jr., March 1995 
Occasional Paper #2
The Ukrainian Military: Instrument for Defense or Domestic Challenge?, by Oleg Strekal, November 1994 
Occasional Paper #1
Explaining Weapons Proliferation: Going Beyond the Security Dilemma, by Gregory J. Rattray, July 1994 

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