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NSRD Publications by Year:
Richard A. Rettig, Jennifer Brower, Orlie Yaniv
Harry J. Thie, Margaret C. Harrell, Kevin Brancato, Jefferson P. Marquis, Clifford M. Graf II, Roland J. Yardley, Jerry M. Sollinger
James Dobbins, John G. McGinn, Keith Crane, Seth G. Jones, Rollie Lal, Andrew Rathmell, Rachel M. Swanger, Anga R. Timilsina
Jeffrey Wasserman, Jeanne S. Ringel, Karen A. Ricci, Jesse D. Malkin, Michael Schoenbaum, Barbara O. Wynn, Jack Zwanziger, Sydne Newberry, Marika Booth, Afshin Rastegar
Kim Cragin, Bruce Hoffman
Cynthia R. Cook, Mark V. Arena, John C. Graser, Hans Pung, Jerry M. Sollinger, Obaid Younossi
Gregory F. Treverton, David M. Oaks, Lynn Scott, Justin L. Adams, Stephen Dalzell
John A. Ausink, Jonathan Cave, Manuel J. Carrillo
David E. Mosher, Lowell H. Schwartz, David R. Howell, Lynn E. Davis
Beth J. Asch
Edward G. Keating, Susan M. Gates, Christopher Paul, Aimee Bower, Leah Brooks, Jennifer E. Pace
John Birkler, Anthony G. Bower, Jeffrey A. Drezner, Gordon T. Lee, Mark A. Lorell, Giles K. Smith, Fred Timson, William P. G. Trimble, Obaid Younossi