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Readings

 

Aug 25-27:  Military Security

 

Kurt Campbell and Celeste J. Ward, “New Battle Stations?” Foreign Affairs, 00157120, Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 82, Issue 5

 

Aug 30-Sept. 3:   WMD

 

Schock, Vergino, Joeck, and Lehman, “Atoms for Peace after 50 Years Issues in Science & Technology, 07485492, Spring2004, Vol. 20, Issue 3

William Schneider, Jr., “A 21st Century Role for Nuclear WeaponsIssues in Science & Technology, 07485492, Spring2004, Vol. 20, Issue 3

 

Sept 6: Labor Day

 

Sept 8-10:  Terrorism

 

Jessica Stern, “The Protean Enemy,” Foreign Affairs, July/August 2003, pp. 27-40.

 

Bruce Hoffman “Al Qaeda, Trends in Terrorism and Future Potentialities: An Assessment,” Rand Studies in Homeland Security, 2003, http://www.rand.org/publications/P/P8078/P8078.pdf.

 

Thomas Carothers, “Promoting Democracy and Fighting TerrorForeign Affairs, January/February 2003, 82:1.

 

Graham Allison, “How To Stop Nuclear TerrorForeign Affairs, January/February 2004, pp. 64-74. 

 

Barry R. Posen, “The Struggle against Terrorism: Grand Strategy, Strategy, and TacticsInternational Security 26.3 (2002) 39-55, found at: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/international_security/v026/26.3posen.html

 

Peter Grier and Scott Baldauf, “Mid-East Pattern, Now in KashmirChristian Science Monitor,

08827729, 6/6/2002, Vol. 94, Issue 135

 

Sept 13-15:  Non-traditional Security Issues

Gro Harlem Brundtland, “Global Health and International SecurityGlobal Governance, 10752846, Oct-Dec2003, Vol. 9, Issue 4; Database: Academic Search Premier

Gary King and Christopher J.L. Murray, “Rethinking Human Security Political Science Quarterly, 00323195, Winter2001/2002, Vol. 116, Issue 4

Gregory Foster, “Environmental Security: The Search for Strategic LegitimacyArmed Forces & Society, 0095327X, Spring 2001, Vol. 27, Issue 3

 

Sept 17-20:  Unilateralism v. multilateralism  

 

Madeleine K. Albright, “Think Again: The United NationsForeign Policy (September/October 2003), pp. 16-24. Link to Article.

 

A.J.R. Groom, “The United States and the United Nations: Some Revolting European Thoughts,” Journal of International Relations AND Development, 6:2, June 2003, pp. 120-138

 

Robert Jervis, “The Compulsive EmpireForeign Policy, July-August 2003, pp. 83-87

 

John Van Oudenaren, “Unipolar Versus Unilateral,” Policy Review, April-May 2004, pp. 63-74

 

Jayantha Dhanapala, Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs, United Nations, “Multilateral Approaches to WMD Threats After September 11Prepared remarks delivered to the annual meeting of the Arms Control Association, January 22, 2002, found at: http://www.armscontrol.org/aca/dhanapala.asp

 

Sept 22-24:  Aid v. trade

 

Steven Radelet, “Bush and Foreign Aid Foreign Affairs, 00157120, Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 82, Issue 5

“An addictive lullaby,” The Economist, 00130613, 1/17/2004, Vol. 370, Issue 8358

C. Fred Bergsten, “Foreign Economic Policy for the Next PresidentForeign Affairs, March/Apr 2004, pp. 88-101

 

Dani Rodrik, “Free Trade OptimismForeign Affairs, 00157120, May/Jun2003, Vol. 82, Issue 3

 

Sept 27-29:   Democracy promotion v. stability promotion

 

Seymour M. Hersh, “Why is Washington going easy on Pakistan’s nuclear black marketers?” The New Yorker, March 1, 2004, http://newyorker.com/fact/content/?040308fa_fact

 

Anupam Srivastava and Seema Gahlaut, “A New Policy for Pakistan,” in Bajpai, Karim, & Mattoo, eds., Kargil and After: Challenges for Indian Policy [2000], pp. 164-90

Joseph Nye, Jr., “US Power and strategy After IraqForeign Affairs, 82:4, July/August 2003, pp. 60-73

 

Hussain Haqqani, “After the U-turn, on the turning awaySeptember 25, 2002, Indian Express (Delhi) and The Nation (Pakistan)

 

Oct 1-4:  Pre-emptive v. preventive action

 

Lee Feinstein and Ann Marie Slaughter, “A Duty to PreventForeign Affairs, January/February 2004, pp. 136-150

 

O’Hanlon, Rice and Steinberg, “The New National Security Strategy and PreemptionPolicy Brief # 113, The Brookings Institution

 

Lawrence Freedman, “Prevention, Not PreemptionWashington Quarterly, Spring 2003, 26:2, pp. 105-114

 

Council on Foreign Relations, “Report on PreemptionCFR Findings Report Preemption

http://www.cfr.org/publication.php?id=5472#

 

Oct 6-8:  Nonproliferation v. counter-proliferation – part I

 

George Perkovich, “Bush’s Nuclear RevolutionForeign Affairs, 00157120, Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 82, Issue 2

 

Oct 13-15:  Nonproliferation v. counter-proliferation – part II

 

Jonathan D. Pollack, “The United States, North Korea, and the end of the Agreed FrameworkSpecial Report, Northeast Asia Peace and Security Network, May 5, 2003

 

Joseph Cirincione, “Can Preventive War Cure Proliferation?” Foreign Policy & Carnegie Endowment Special Report 2003, pp. 66-69.

 

“Inside the A-Bombs Bazaar” Time magazine

 

“Keeping a Nuke Peddler in Line” LA Times

“Closing Pandora's Box: Pakistan's Role in Nuclear Proliferation,” Sharon Squassoni, Arms Control Today, 34:3, pp. 8-13

“Curbing Proliferation from Emerging Suppliers” Anupam Srivastava and Seema Gahlaut, Arms Control Today, 33:7, September 2003, pp. 12-16

 

Oct 18-22: Sanctions v. engagement

 

George A. Lopez and David Cortright, “Containing Iraq: Sanctions WorkedForeign Affairs, July/August 2004, pp. 90-103

 

Chester Crocker, “Engaging Failing StatesForeign Affairs

 

Jing-Dong Yuan, “China: Friend or Foe?” East Asian Review

 

Elizabeth Economy, “Don’t Break the EngagementForeign Affairs

 

Oct 25-27:  Developmental aid v. counter-terrorism

Howard W. French, “China Moves Toward Another West: Central AsiaNew York Times, March 28, 2004 http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/30/business/worldbusiness/30ruble.html

Robert B. Zoellick (United States Trade Representative), “Countering Terror With TradeWashington Post, September 20, 2001; Page A35

”Fighting terrorism requires aid and armsJoseph S. Nye, The Korea Herald

 

“Promoting Democracy and Fighting Terror,” Thomas Carothers, Foreign Affairs

Audrey Gaughran, “Shifting goalposts: aid and terrorismhttp://www.bond.org.uk/networker/sept03/terrorism.htm

Nov 1: Sovereignty v. Globalization

 

Moises Naim, “The Five Wars of GlobalizationForeign Policy, Jan-Feb 2003, pp. 29-37

 

Nov 3: Economic Security v. Military Security

 

Richard Hoge, Jr., “Global Power Shift in the MakingForeign Affairs

 

Richard N. Haass, “Defining U.S. Foreign Policy in a Post-Post-Cold War WorldThe 2002 Arthur Ross Lecture, Remarks to Foreign Policy Association, New York, NY, April 22, 2002, http://www.state.gov/s/p/rem/9632.htm

 

John J. Taylor, “The Nuclear Power BargainIssues in Science & Technology, 07485492, Spring2004, Vol. 20, Issue 3

 

Nov 5-10:  Case Studies – China  

 

Jennifer C. Bulkeley, “Making the System Work: Challenges for China’s Export Control System,” The Nonproliferation Review, Spring 2004, pp. 145-69

 

John E. Carbaugh, Jr., Taiwan Report, April 28, 2004

 

Sanjaya Baru, “Is India a Paper Tiger?” The Indian Express, http://www.indian-express.com/full_story.php?content_id=8251

 

Yasheng Huang and Tarun Khanna, “Can India Overtake China?” Foreign Policy

 

John Garver, “The Security Dilemma in India-China RelationsIndia Review, 1:4, Oct 2004, pp. 1-38

 

J. Mohan Malik, “South Asia in China’s Foreign Relations,” Pacifica Review, 13:1, February 2001, 73-90

 

Nov 12-17: Case Studies – India

 

Bruce Reidel, “American Diplomacy and the 1999 Kargil Summit at Blair HouseCASI Policy Paper Series 2002


Hussain Haqqani, “After the U-turn, on the turning away?”
Wednesday, September 25, 2002

Indian Express (Delhi) and The Nation (Pakistan)

Leonard Weiss, “Pakistan: It’s Dιjΰ vu All over AgainBulletin of the Atomic Scientists

 

Dennis Kux, “India’s Fine Balance,” Foreign Affairs, June 2002

 

C. Raja Mohan, “India, US, and Nonproliferation,” The Hindu

 

Brajesh Mishra, ex-Indian NSA, “India, the United States, and the New World Order”

Robert Blackwill, ex-US Ambassador to India, “The Future of US-India Relations,” Luncheon Address
Hosted by The Confederation of Indian Industry, New Delhi, India, July 17, 2003
http://www.usindiafriendship.net

 

Nov 19-22: Case Studies – Russia

 

William C. Potter; Charles D. Ferguson and Leonard S. Spector, “The Four Faces of Nuclear TerrorForeign Affairs, 00157120, May/Jun2004, 83:3, pp. 130-32

 

Dmitri Trenin, “Putin’s `New Course’ is now Firmly Set: What Next?” Issue #6, June 2002

 

Nov 24-26: Thanksgiving Break

 

Nov 29-Dec 1: Case Studies – US Security Policy

 

U.S. National Security Council, The National Security Strategy of the United States of America (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, September 2002), foreword and 1-31; http://www.whitehouse.gov/nsc/nss.pdf

 

U.S. Department of Defense, Nuclear Posture Review, January 2002. http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Jan2002/t01092002_t0109npr.html (transcript) and http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Jan2002/020109-D-6570C-001.pdf (slides).

 

White House, National Strategy to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction, December 2002, 1-6. http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/nspd/nspd-wmd.pdf.

 

Testimony of Director of Central Intelligence George J. Tenet before the Senate Armed Services Committee, “Worldwide Threat - Converging Dangers in a Post 9/11 World,” 19 March 2002, found at: http://www.cia.gov/cia/public_affairs/speeches/archives/2002/senate_select_hearing_03192002.html

 

Dec 3-6: What Options for the future?

 

Dec 8:  Take-Home Exam papers due back in class [NO EXCEPTIONS]

 

Dec 10: No class; no further assignments