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CrossTalk: Iran - Game in Play

By Richard Weitz

What are the prospects of the interim agreement with Iran? Are all sides honestly committed to resolving a whole spectrum of issues? And what can ... more

Yomiuri Article (Japanese)

By Richard Weitz  12/27/2013

Time Freedom - Plan for the Week Interview (Russian)

By Richard Weitz  12/22/2013

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Project on National Security Reform: Case Studies, Vol. 1 [editor] (Washington, DC: 2008)

 

China-Russia Security Relations: Strategic Parallelism without Partnership or Passion (Carlisle, PA:

  Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College, 2008).

 

Kazakhstan and the New International Politics of Eurasia (Washington, DC: Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2008).

 

Mismanaging Mayhem: How Washington Responds to Crisis [co-editor with James Carafano] (Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, 2008).

 

The Reserve Policies of Nations: A Comparative Analysis (Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute of the

US Army War College, 2007).

 

Revitalising US–Russian Security Cooperation: Practical Measures (London: Routledge for The International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2005).


About Hudson's Center for Political-Military Analysis

 

The Center is led by Hudson Senior Fellow Richard Weitz. Dr. Weitz' current areas of research include defense reform, WMD nonproliferation, homeland security, and U.S. policies towards Europe, the former Soviet Union, Asia, and the Middle East. He currently serves as head of the Case Studies Working Group of ...more

Mission Statement

The Center for Political-Military Analysis seeks to employ an integrated analysis of how developments relating to diplomacy, politics, economics, energy, military affairs, and other major forces are shaping 21st century international affairs. It analyzes the critical variables that shape international politics and considers the potential impact of nonlinear forces or ...more

 
 

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