- BookBy Victor ChaApr 3, 2012
“An eye-opening view of the closed, repressive dictatorship of North Korea.... Cha aims to get at some of the pressing questions since Kim Jong-il’s death and the succession of the utterly unknown younger son, Kim Jong-un… A useful, pertinent work for understanding the human story behind the headlines.” ―Kirkus Reviews
- BookBy Haim MalkaSep 16, 2011
The U.S.-Israel partnership is under unprecedented strain. The relationship is deep and cooperation remains robust, but the challenges to it now are more profound than ever. Growing differences could undermine the national security of both the United States and Israel, making strong cooperation uncertain in an increasingly volatile and unpredictable Middle East.
- BookBy Anthony H. Cordesman, Adam MausnerNov 17, 2010
President Barack Obama’s new strategy for Afghanistan is critically dependent on the transfer of security responsibility to the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). His speech announcing this strategy called for the transfer to begin in mid-2011.
- BookBy Andrew C. Kuchins, Anders Åslund, Sergei GurievJun 10, 2010
“These excellent essays by major Russian and Western scholars on Russia’s key political and economic developments are vital for anybody who wants to understand Russia’s current dilemma.”
- Carl Bildt, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden
- BookMar 30, 2010
Sidney Weintraub examines the current relationship of Mexico and the United States as one of sustained dependence and dominance. The chapters examine the consequences of this imbalance in six major policy areas: trade; investment and finance; narcotics; energy; migration; and the border.
- BookBy Dane F. Smith Jr.Feb 28, 2010
"The past few years have seen a number of reforms and initiatives within the U.S. government that address the growing challenges of building peace. Dane Smith’s book provides the first comprehensive survey of the range of U.S. agencies involved in peace building. At the same time, he addresses the fundamental concern over the increased power of the military—at the expense of civilian agencies—in stabilization and reconstruction operations. Important decisions are now being made on the future direction of U.S. foreign policy. A central task in arriving at these decisions will be determination of the proper role of both civilian and defense agencies in peace building.”
- BookSep 18, 2009
Saudi Arabia: National Security in a Troubled Region provides a comprehensive, up-to-date analysis of Saudi Arabia's strategic security efforts, both within the country and as a stabilizing regional presence.
- BookBy Anthony H. Cordesman, Adam SeitzSep 18, 2009
Iranian Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Birth of a Regional Nuclear Arms Race? is an expert, insider’s look at Iran’s current and potential ability to wage both conventional and asymmetrical warfare—and the options available for dealing with a nuclear Iran.
- BookJul 21, 2009
Globalization and the American Worker is a path-breaking work on economic policy in a global age. It debunks the myths that clutter the political debate over globalization, focusing instead on the hard challenges the United States faces in building a stronger economic future.
- BookBy Teresita C. SchafferJun 17, 2009
"There are few more knowledgeable observers of US-India relations than Teresita Schaffer, a former senior US diplomat, who has served in virtually every south Asian capital and is now a doyenne of Washington’s still surprisingly small coterie of India watchers. . . .