Addresses the new challenges for defense policy in a world transformed by the end of the Cold War and then the war on terrorism, and sketches new analytic techniques for framing particular defense issues.
At the request of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), RAND conducted and analyzed a strategic decisionmaking exercise to examine money laundering concerns raised by the deployment of cyberpayment systems.
A RAND-developed ''The Day After...'' exercise methodology has been used to explore strategic planning options, both for nuclear proliferation and counter-proliferation, and for questions involving "security in cyberspace" and "information warfare" (IW).
This study reports the results and analysis of a series of policy exercises conducted under RAND's "The Day After ... " project -- a study conducted for the Air Force that explored the implications of nuclear proliferation for U.S. national security strategy and policy in the post-Cold War world.
Senior International/Defense Researcher; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Education M.A. in international security, Georgetown University; B.A. in international affairs and German, Lafayette College