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Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Bruce W. Bennett @bwbennett
Nov 28, 2006
United Press International
Published commentary by RAND staff: N Korea Policy Options, in United Press International.
Charles Wolf, Jr.
Nov 21, 2006
Asian Wall Street Journal
Published commentary by RAND staff: Tokyo's Leverage Over Pyongyang, in the Asian Wall Street Journal.
Robert E. Hunter
Nov 19, 2006
San Diego Union-Tribune
Published commentary by RAND staff: Grand Strategy for the Middle East, in the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Nov 18, 2006
Published commentary by RAND staff: The EU Should Put Up or Shut Up in Afghanista, in Project Syndicate--an association that distributes commentaries to 291 newspapers in 115 countries.
Gregory F. Treverton
Nov 17, 2006
Published commentary by RAND staff: Gates's Opportunity at Defense, in Washingtonpost.com.
F. Stephen Larrabee
Nov 14, 2006
International Herald Tribune
Published commentary by RAND staff: Winning Back the Turks, in International Herald Tribune.
Krishna B. Kumar @kbkumar_
Nov 10, 2006
Published commentary by RAND staff: A Laid-Off Child Is a Terrible Mind to Waste, in Rediff.