Publications Archive - 2004

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Aid During Conflict: Interaction Between Military and Civilian Assistance Providers in Afghanistan, September 2001 - June 2002

Olga Oliker, Richard Kauzlarich, James Dobbins, Kurt W. Basseuner, Donald L. Sampler, John G. McGinn, Michael J. Dziedzic, Adam Grissom, Bruce Pirnie, Nora Bensahel, A. Istar Guven

An assessment of humanitarian-assistance efforts by and interaction between civilian and military providers in the early phases of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.

Civil Democratic Islam: Partners, Resources, and Strategies

Cheryl Benard

The U.S. can counter the destabilizing forces of radical Islam by better understanding the spectrum of Muslim views—views that separates allies from adversaries.

Carnegie-RAND Workshop on the Future of the Greater Middle East and the Prospects for U.S.-Russian Partnership

Olga Oliker, Natasha Yefimova

Examines common interests in and attitudes toward the greater Middle East and possible opportunities for cooperation there between the United States and Russia.

The Dynamic Terrorist Threat: An Assessment of Group Motivations and Capabilities in a Changing World

R. Kim Cragin, Sara A. Daly

Analyzes the motivations and capabilities of terrorist organizations and prioritizes the threat these groups pose to the United States.

The Future Security Environment in the Middle East: Conflict, Stability, and Political Change

Edited by Nora Bensahel and Daniel L. Byman

This report identifies several important trends that are shaping regional security. It examines traditional security concerns, such as energy security and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Iraq

Bruce Hoffman

This analysis describes in counterinsurgency terms where the United States has gone wrong in Iraq; what unique challenges the conflict presents to coalition military forces; and what light both shed on future counterinsurgency planning, operations, and requirements.

The Muslim World After 9/11

Angel M. Rabasa, Cheryl Benard, Peter Chalk, C. Christine Fair, Theodore Karasik, Rollie Lal, Ian Lesser, David Thaler

Examines the major dynamics that drive changes in the religio-political landscape of the Muslim world, the effects of 9/11, the global war on terrorism, and the war in Iraq, and their implications for global security and U.S. and Western interests.

Poisoned Wells: The Politics of Water in the Middle East

Mary E. Morris

Reporters on the Battlefield: The Embedded Press System in Historical Context

Christopher Paul, James J. Kim

An analysis of the relations between the military and the press explores the factors that led to the development of the embedded press and distinguishes the outcomes and goals for the two entities and for the public, including the “right to know.”

Stabilization and Reconstruction Civilian Management Act of 2004

James Dobbins

Testimony presented to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on March 3, 2004.

The United States, Europe, and the Wider Middle East

Shahram Chubin, Bruce Hoffman, William Rosenau

The proceedings of a group of experts who gathered to discuss the insurgency in Iraq, the Arab-Israeli situation, the terrorist threat, internal security in Saudi Arabia, and Iran and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.