The following specific issues are covered by the Strategic Studies blog -
• Regional(South Asia) and nuclear security
• Role of military and nuclear technology
• Doctrines, Arms Control and Disarmament
• Emerging security concepts
• Non-traditional security issues
• Human Security issues
• Gender security and migration
• Role of Digital Technology in International Relations
Robert Jervis. Policy and Politics in the United Kingdom and the United States: A Review Essay. p.685-700
Tarik Ouzlu. Turkey and Europeanization of Foreign Policy?. p. 657-683
Loree Bykerk, Ardith Maney. Consumer Protection Policy Issues on the Congressional Agenda. p.639-655
Brian Glenn. Conservatives and American Political Development. p.611-638
Raúl Madrid. The Origins of the Two Lefts in Latin America. p.587-609
Stephen Benedict Dyson. George W. Bush, the Surge, and Presidential Leadership. p.557-585
Security Dialogue 42(1), 2011
Scott Watson The ‘human’ as referent object?: Humanitarianism as securitization, 3-20.
Jonathan Gilmore A kinder, gentler counter-terrorism: Counterinsurgency, human security and the War on Terror, 21-37.
Sean Lawson Articulation, antagonism, and intercalation in Western military imaginaries, 39-56.
Christophe Wasinski On making war possible: Soldiers, strategy, and military grand narrative, 57-76.
Jonas Wolff and Iris Wurm Towards a theory of external democracy promotion: A proposal for theoretical classification, 77-96.
Simon Reid-Henry Spaces of security and development: An alternative mapping of the security–development nexus, 97-104.
Maria Stern and Joakim Öjendal Mapping security–development: A question of methodology? 105-110
Small Wars and Insurgencies, 22(1), 2011
A transformed insurgency: The strategy of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) in the light of communist insurgency theories and a modified Beaufrean exterior/interior framework Mika Kerttunen, 78-118
Analyzing Taliban taranas (chants): an effective Afghan propaganda artifact Thomas H. Johnson; Ahmad Waheed, 3-31
Global counterinsurgency and US army expansion: the case for recruiting foreign troops Kevin D. Stringer, 142-169
The artful use of national power: Portuguese Angola (1961–1974) John P. Cann, 196-225
The strategic utility of New Zealand Special Forces Rhys Ball, 119-141
Traffickers, terrorists, and a ‘new security challenge’: Russian counternarcotics strategy and the Federal Service for the Control of the Drugs Trade Bettina Renz, 55-77
Trinitarian troubles: governmental, military, and societal explanations for post-1945 Western failures in asymmetric conflicts Bart Schuurman, 32-54
Winning hearts and minds to lose control: exploring various consequences of popular support in counterinsurgency missions Nori Katagiri, 170-195
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 34(4), 2011
Could Suicide Terrorists Actually Be Suicidal? Adam Lankford, 337-366
When Terrorism as Strategy Fails: Dissident Irish Republicans and the Threat to British Security Aaron Edwards, 318-336
Gender, Jihad, and Jingoism : Women as Perpetrators, Planners, and Patrons of Militancy in Kashmir Swati Parashar, 295-317
Negotiating Hostage Crises with the New Terrorists Adam Dolnik; Keith M. Fitzgerald, 267-294
Strategic Comments, 17( 1), 2011
China's J-20: future rival for air dominance? Pages 1 - 3
Gulf of Mexico spill: the longer-term impact Pages 1 - 3
North Korea's uranium programme heightens concern Pages 1 - 4
South Asia still beset by violent extremism Pages 1 - 3
WikiLeaks: the price of sharing data Pages 1 - 3
Strategic Comments 17(2), 2011
Bread and protests: the return of high food prices Pages 1 - 3
Clear, hold, hand over: NATO's Afghan transition plan Pages 1 - 3