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|1||U.S. Military Capacity Building in the Middle East: Case Studies on Divergent Security Concepts.||
Dahmann, Todd E.
|2||The Two Intifadas: An Analysis of the Strategies and Tactics of the Israelis and the Palestinians||
|3||Japanese Constitutional Reform and Maritime Security in East Asia||
Byington, John K.
|4||The Strategic Corporal and the Emerging Battlefield: The Nexus between the USMC's Three Block War Concept and Network Centric Warfare||
Szepesy, James E.
|5||The Interwar Foundations of Security Studies: Edward Mead Earle, the Carnegie Corporation and the Depression-Era Origins of a Field.||
Ekbladh, David, 1972-
|6||Present at the Creation: Edward Mead Earle and the Depression-Era Origins of Security Studies.||
Ekbladh, David, 1972-
|7||Afghanistan, Education and the Formation of the Taliban||
Nolan, Leigh E.
|8||Developing Capacity of Countering Violent Extremism.||
Girling, Michael L.
|9||One For All and All For One: Intra-Organizational Dynamics in Humanitarian Action||
|10||Towards a Framework for Culturally-Sensitive Psychosocial Interventions in the Population of Internally Displaced Sudanese||
|11||Disaggregating the Displaced: The Influence of Refugee Contexts and Origins on Militarization and State Security||
Allen, Stephen A.
|12||Modeling and Employing the Human Security Approach: A Health Security Perspective on the Current International Response to the HIV Epidemic||
|13||More or Less Sovereign: Sovereignty, Legitimacy, and UN Peacekeeping in International Law and Politics.||
Naik, Ameya A.
|14||Achieving Complex National Security Missions: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Design and Management of Collaborative Institutions||
|15||Terror-Crime Nexus? Terrorism and Arms, Drug, and Human Trafficking in Georgia||
|16||Welcome Home: Using persuasion to expand foreign fighter reintegration policies.||
Harvey, Ruth E.
|17||Democratic Islamists? A Case Study on the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS)||
|18||A Story of Communication, Power and Vision: Bringing Guatemalan Civil Society into the National Decision-Making Process||
|19||Never Again? The Failure of the International Community and the Media During the Rwanda Genocide||
|20||How to Assess Corruption in Defence: A Framework for Designing, Comparing and Interpreting Corruption Measurement Tools||
|21||Violence Prevention Through Bodybuilding||
|22||Reducing Refugee Rights? A comparative analysis of shifting refugee policy and practice in Mozambique and Guinea||
Mecagni, Anna Lucia
|23||Crisis Management at the Tip of the Spear||
Rupp, Joseph E.
|24||Resuscitating 'the Forgotten Sector in a Forgotten State': Catalyzing Improved Health Outcomes in Guinea-Bissau through the Millennium Development Goals||
|25||Of Peace and Justice: The Impact of Human Rights in Peacemaking||