Research, publication, and public interaction are important parts of any educational institution’s mission, and the National Security Affairs Department is no exception. Engaged scholars and practitioners are not only better teachers, but also make important contributions to the discussions and debates regarding our national security and defense policies.
Here is a recent selection of NSA faculty contributions:
- Gvosdev, Nikolas K (with Christopher Marsh), Russian Foreign Policy: Interests, Vectors and Sectors (CQ Press, 2013)
- Jasparro, Christopher (with Robert G. Wirsing, and Daniel C. Stoll), Rising River Rivalries: International Conflict over Himalayan Asia’s Water Resources (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)
- Johnson-Freese, Joan, Educating America’s Military (Routledge, 2012)
- Knott, Stephen, Rush to Judgment: George W. Bush, the War on Terror, and His Critics, The University Press of Kansas, March 2012
- Nichols, Thomas, No Use: Nuclear Weapons and U.S. National Security (University of Pennsylvania, 2013)
- Nichols, Thomas (with Douglas Stuart and Jeffrey D. McCausland) (eds.), Tactical Nuclear Weapons and NATO. (U.S. Army Strategic Studies Institute, 2012)
- Owens,Mackubin, US Civil-Military Relations After 9/11:Renegotiating the Civil-Military Bargain (Continuum, 2011)
- Reveron, Derek S. (ed.), Cyberspace and National Security (Georgetown Univ Press, 2012)
- Reveron, Derek S. (with Kathleen A. Mahoney-Norris), Human Security in a Borderless World (Westview Press, 2011)
- Reveron, Derek S, Exporting Security (Georgetown Univ Press, 2010)
- Roehrig, Terence (with Uk Heo), South Korea Since 1980 (Cambridge University Press, 2010)
- Roehrig, Terence (with Suk Hi Kim and Bernhard Seliger) (eds.), The Survival of North Korea: Essays on Strategy, Economics, and International Relations (McFarland Press, 2011)
Journal Articles, Book Chapters and Monographs
- Cooper, David A. "Somewhere Between Great and Small: Disentangling the Conceptual Jumble of Middle, Regional, and 'Niche' Powers," The Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations Vol. 14, No 2 (Summer/Fall 2013)
- Cooper, David A., "Globalizing Reagan's INF Treaty: Easier Done Than Said?" The Nonproliferation Review, Vol. 20, No. 1 (March 2013)
- Cooper, David A. and Toshi Yoshihara, "US Responses to Middle Powers and China", in Bruce Gilley and Andrew O'Neil (eds.), Middle Powers and the Rise of China (Georgetown University Press, 2014)
- Gvosdev, Nikolas K., "The Bear Goes Digital: Russia and Its Cyber Capabilities," in Derek S. Reveron (ed.), Cyberspace and National Security: Threats, Opportunities and Power in a Virtual World (Georgetown University Press, 2012)
- Jasparro, Christopher, “Place Still Matters: The Operational Geography of Islamist Terrorism Against the U.S. Homeland 1980-2012,” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, Vol 6., 2013
- Jasparro, Christopher (with J. Taylor), “The Geography of Illicit Drugs: A Review of the Literature,” Geographical Review (3rd Quarter 2013)
- Joan Johnson-Freese and Kevin Kelly, “Getting to the Goal in Professional Military Education,” Orbis (Winter 2013)
- Knott, Stephen, “America’s Iraq War,” The Review of Politics (Fall 2013)
- Knott, Stephen, “Publius and the NSA Surveillance Program,” Online Library of Law and Liberty (August 2013)
- Knott, Stephen, “The World of Congressman Justin Amash,” The National Interest (October 30, 2013)
- Nichols, Thomas, “The Soviets and the Forgotten Ford Administration: The End of Détente in the Foreign Relations of the United States (review essay)” H-DIPLO (January 2014).
- Nichols, Thomas, “Preface” and “Summing Up: Issues for the Future,” in Tom Nichols, Douglas Smith, and J. D. Mccausland (eds.), Tactical Nuclear Weapons and NATO (U.S. Army Strategic Studies Institute, 2012)
- Nichols, Thomas, “Here’s What Nuclear Weapons Have to Do with the Ukraine Crisis,” Business Insider (March 24, 2014)
- Nichols, Thomas, “Welcome to Russian Nuclear Weapons 101,” The National Interest (May 9, 2014)
- Roehrig, Terence. Korean Dispute Over the Northern Limit Line: Security, Economics, or International Law? Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, School of Law, University of Maryland, 2008.
- Smith, Paul J, “The Future U.S. Role in East Asia” in Andrew T.H. Tan, Security and Conflict in East Asia: Preventing a Global War? (Routledge 2014)
- Struckman, Dana and Terry Roehrig, "Not So Fast: Pyongyang's Nuclear Weapons Ambitions," Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (February 2013)
- Walsh, Kathleen. “The State of China’s Defense Research and Development: Great Expectations,” in Tai Ming Cheung (ed.), The Chinese Defense Economy Takes Off: Sector-by-Sector Assessments and the Role of Military End Users (IGCC 2013)
- Walsh, Kathleen. “China’s Defense Technology Acquisition System, Processes, and Future as an Integrator and Supplier,” Study of Technology and Innovation in China (January 6, 2014)
- Cloud, John. Economics and Security: Central American and the Caribbean, 23-24 April 2012 in Jacksonville, Fl.
- Cloud, John. Defense Industrial Base, November 14-15, 2013
- Raum, Mary. The Fabric of War and Phase 4: Women, Peace and Security Components, 29-30 March 2012
- Raum, Mary. Answering the How: Progress, Challenges, and Issues for Sustaining the National Action Plan, 12-13 December 2013.
- Reveron, Derek. Maritime Security, Seapower, and Trade, March 24-26, 2014
- Shimkus, Al. Humanitarian Assistance: What is the US Government’s True North, October 25-26, 2012.
- Alvi, Hayat, Keynote Speech, US Army Ball, Southbridge, MA (March 17, 2012)
- Cooper, David A., Life of the Mind Lecture Series, “Is the Chemical Weapons Taboo Unraveling? And Why (Do?) We Care?” Redwood Library & Athenᴁum, Newport, RI (October 17, 2013)
- Gvosdev, Nikolas. “The Russian Orthodox Church and Russia’s Foreign Policy Vectors,” Kennan Institute (October 15, 2013)
- Nichols, Thomas, “Russia and America: Doomed to Conflict or Destined to Cooperation?” Hamilton Hall Lectures, Salem, MA, March 2014.
- Nichols, Thomas, Harvard Graduate Council Lectures that Last Series, “Why We Study War” Cambridge, MA (April 2013)
- Nichols, Thomas, Keynote, 19th annual Community of Christ Peace Colloquy, “The Strategic and Moral Implications of Deep Nuclear Cuts,” Independence, MO (October, 2012)
- Nichols, Thomas. Naval War College Foundation Winter Lecture Series, "Nuclear Weapons and U.S. National Security," Newport, RI (March 2014)
- Norton, Richard. Pentagon History Speaker's Lecture Series, Camp Lejeune (January, 2014)