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  • Index to International Security
Belkin, Aaron, and Melissa Sheridan Embser-Herbert, "A Modest Proposal: Privacy as a Flawed Rationale for the Exclusion of Gays and Lesbians from the U.S. Military," 27:2 (Fall 2002), pp. 178-197.
Burgess, Stephen F., see Purkitt, Helen E., and Stephen F. Burgess.
Cha, Victor D., "Hawk Engagement and Preventive Defense on the Korean Peninsula," 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 40-78.
Cooley, Alexander, and James Ron, "The NGO Scramble: Organizational Insecurity and the Political Economy of Transnational Action," 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 5-39.
Cronin, Audrey Kurth, "Behind the Curve: Globalization and International Terrorism," 27:3 (Winter 2002/03), pp. 30-58.
Desch, Michael C., "Democracy and Victory: Why Regime Type Hardly Matters," 27:2 (Fall 2002), pp. 5-47.
Elbe, Stefan, "HIV/AIDS and the Changing Landscape of War in Africa," 27:2 (Fall 2002), pp. 159-177.
Embser-Herbert, Melissa Sheridan, see Belkin Aaron, and Melissa Sheridan Embser-Herbert.
Heginbotham, Eric, "The Fall and Rise of Navies in East Asia: Military Organizations, Domestic Politics, and Grand Strategy," 27:2 (Fall 2002), pp. 86-125.
Jervis, Robert, "Correspondence: Institutionalized Disagreement," 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 174-185.
Johnston, Alastair Iain, "Is China a Status Quo Power?" 27:4 (Spring 2003), pp. 5-56.
Kang, David C., "Getting Asia Wrong: The Need for New Analytical Frameworks," 27:4 (Spring 2003), pp. 57-85.
Kapstein, Ethan B., "Two Dismal Sciences Are Better Than One-Economics and the Study of National Security: A Review Essay," 27:3 (Winter 2002/03), pp. 158-187.
Levite, Ariel E., "Never Say Never Again: Nuclear Reversal Revisited," 27:3 (Winter 2002/03), pp. 59-88.
Liberman, Peter, "Correspondence: South Africa's Nuclear Decisions" [reply to Purkitt and Burgess], 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 186-194.
Mistry, Dinshaw, "Beyond the MTCR: Building a Comprehensive Regime to Contain Ballistic Missile Proliferation," 27:4 (Spring 2003), pp. 119-149.
Mousseau, Michael, "Market Civilization and Its Clash with Terror," 27:3 (Winter 2002/03), pp. 5-29. [End Page 220]
Nau, Henry R., "Correspondence: Institutionalized Disagreement," 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 174-185.
Narizny, Kevin, "The Political Economy of Alignment: Great Britain's Commitments to Europe, 1905-39," 27:4 (Spring 2003), pp. 184-219.
Powell, Robert, "Nuclear Deterrence Theory, Nuclear Proliferation, and National Missile Defense," 27:4 (Spring 2003), pp. 86-118.
Purkitt, Helen E., and Stephen F. Burgess, "Correspondence: South Africa's Nuclear Decisions," 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 186-194.
Ron, James, see Cooley, Alexander, and James Ron.
Ross, Robert S., "Navigating the Taiwan Strait: Deterrence, Escalation Dominance, and U.S.-China Relations," 27:2 (Fall 2002), pp. 48-85.
Sagan, Scott D., and Jeremi Suri, "The Madman Nuclear Alert: Secrecy, Signaling, and Safety in October 1969," 27:4 (Spring 2003), pp. 150-183.
Schweller, Randall L., "Correspondence: Institutionalized Disagreement" [reply to Jervis and Nau], 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 174-185.
Slater, Jerome, "Lost Opportunities for Peace in the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Israel and Syria, 1948-2001," 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 79-106.
Snyder, Glenn H., "Mearsheimer's World-Offensive Realism and the Struggle for Security: A Review Essay," 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 149-173.
Stern, Jessica, "Dreaded Risks and the Control of Biological Weapons," 27:3 (Winter 2002/03), pp. 89-123.
Stigler, Andrew L., "A Clear Victory for Air Power: NATO's Empty Threat to Invade Kosovo," 27:3 (Winter 2002/03), pp. 124-157.
Suri, Jeremi, see Sagan, Scott D., and Jeremi Suri.
Tucker, Jonathan B., "A Farewell to Germs: The U.S. Renunciation of Biological and Toxin Warfare, 1969-70," 27:1 (Summer 2002), pp. 107-148.
Weiner, Sharon K., "Preventing Nuclear Entrepreneurship in Russia's Nuclear Cities," 27:2 (Fall 2002), pp. 126-158. [End Page 221]


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