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Research and Analysis
Russian Interests in Sub-Saharan Africa, by Keir Giles CSRC

Nuclear Weapons Security Crises: What Does History Teach? by Henry D. Sokolski and Bruno Tertrais, eds.

A Framework for Restructuring the Military Retirement System, by Roy A. Wallace, David S. Lyle, and John Z. Smith

Coming Soon

Cartel Car Bombings in Mexico, by Robert J. Bunker and John P. Sullivan

AFRICOM at Five Years: The Maturation of a New U.S. Combatant Command, by David E. Brown

Development of the Baltic Armed Forces in Light of Multinational Deployments, by James S. Corum, Ph.D.

An Assesment of DoD Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace, by Thomas M. Chen

Parameters
The U.S. Army War College Quarterly, Parameters can now be found on the SSI web site. The new address is http://strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pubs/parameters.

Monthly Op-Ed
Reflections on "The China Threat," by Neil Diamant

 
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The Strategic Studies Institute is now accepting solicitations for the 2013 External Research Associate Program (ERAP). The proposal window is open thru August 30, 2013. Click here for more information.

View articles from our esteemed staff:

Dr. Don Snider offers new insight on the Army's campaign against sexual violence. Click here to view.

Dr. W. Andrew Terrill offers a review of Jesse Ferris' Nasser’s Gamble: How the Intervention in Yemen caused the Six Day War and the Decline of Egyptian Power. Access it here.

Dr. Terrill is also mentioned in the following articles:

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