Thursday, October 16, 2008

Selected Publications

Below is a partial listing of my publications, organized by category. Where there is an edition of the item available online, I have included a link.


I. Articles for Academic and Military Journals

I.A. Refereed Articles

"Four Myths About Space Power." Parameters 33.1 (Spring 2003), pp. 124-132.

"Societal Complexity and Diminishing Returns in Security." International Security 29.1 (Summer 2004), pp. 152-174.

"National Mobilization: An Option in Future Conflicts?" Parameters 34.3 (Autumn 2004), pp. 122-133.

"Toward a Long-Range Energy Security Policy." Parameters 36.1 (Spring 2006), pp. 101-114. (The article was republished at the Energy Bulletin, their edition of which is available here.)

"The Impending Oil Shock." Survival 50.2 (April 2008), pp. 37-66.

"The Next Wave of Nuclear Proliferation." Parameters 38.4 (Winter 2008-9), pp. 36-47.

"Twenty Years After the Cold War: A Strategic Survey." Parameters 41.1 (Spring 2011), pp. 6-17. (A summary version of the article can be found here.)

I.B. Book Reviews and Review Essays

"A Review of The Upside of Down: Catastrophe, Creativity and the Renewal of Civilization, by Thomas Homer-Dixon." Strategic Insights 6.1 (January 2007).(Review essay.)

"The Utility of Force: The Art of War in the Modern World, by General Rupert Smith." Strategic Insights 6.4 (June 2007).(Review essay.)

"Buying Military Transformation: Technological Innovation and the Defense Industry." Joint Force Quarterly 47 (Dec. 2007), pp. 162-163. (Book review.)

"Peter W. Singer's Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century." Strategic Insights 8.5 (Winter 2009/2010).(Book review.)

"Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? by Brent L. Sterling." Joint Force Quarterly 62 (July 2011), p. 131. (Book review.)

"Gangs, Pseudo-Militaries and Other Modern Mercenaries by Max G. Manwaring." Joint Force Quarterly 67 (Oct. 2012), p. 109.

I.C. Other Articles

"Territorializing Space? Revisiting an Old Idea." Astropolitics 1.2 (October 2003), pp. 55-63. (Viewpoint article.)

"Feeling the Pinch: Societal Slack and Space Development." Astropolitics 2.3 (July-September 2004), pp. 323-334. (Viewpoint article.)

"'The Impending Oil Shock': An Exchange." Survival 50.4 (August 2008), pp. 61-82. (Survival Forum, with Amy Myers Jaffe and Michael T. Klare.)


II. Articles in Other Military Publications

"Tanks, Battleships and the Future of Armored Warfare." Armor 111.5 (September 2002), pp. 37-38.

"Defensive Armor Deployments in Urban Areas." Armor 112.1 (January 2003), pp. 14-17.

"Operation Iraqi Freedom Reflections: What Did or Did Not Happen." Armor 114.1 (January-February 2005), pp. 22-25.


III. Articles for The Submarine Review

"Submarines and Space Power." (October 2001), pp. 71-77.

"Deescalation: A Mission for Russia's Submarine Force?" (January 2002), pp. 41-46.

"Low Frequency Active Sonar: A New Look." (January 2003), pp. 117-123.

"Submarines and Space Power II." (January 2004), pp. 53-59.


IV. Articles for the Space Review

"The National Space Policy and Space Arms Control." (November 27, 2006).

"The Limits to Growth and the Turn to the Heavens." (January 2, 2007).

"Space and the End of the Future." (March 12, 2007).

"Strategic Deception and the Chinese Military Space Program." (July 9, 2007).

"Diversifying Our Planetary Portfolio." (August 6, 2007).

"The Rise and Fall of Great Space Powers." (August 27, 2007).

"Space War and Futurehype." (October 22, 2007).

"Market Romanticism and the Outlook for Private Space Development." (September 2, 2008).

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V. Selected Other Articles

"Beyond Columbia: Is There a Future For Humanity in Space?" Humanist 63.5 (September-October 2003), pp. 26-29.

"Nikolai Fedorov and the Dawn of the Posthuman." Future Fire 9 (October 2007).

"On Dark Ages." Futurist 41.6 (November 2007), pp. 14-19.

"Looking Back: Ray Kurzweil's 2009." The Fix (January 1, 2009).


Those looking for articles first published on this blog can find them here. A full listing of my reviews of books on history, economics, social science, security studies and international affairs can be found here.

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