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Alphabetical List of Sources in "The Pentagon's New Map"


  • Zachary Abuza, "The Forgotten Front: Southeast Asia Is Now More Important to al Qaeda Than Ever," Wall Street Journal, 3 October 2003.
  • Dean Acheson, Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department (New York: W.W. Norton, 1969). ·
  • Afshin Molavi, "Iranian Youths Seeking to Escape: Bleak Prospects Lead Some Toward Border; Others to Drugs," Washington Post, 7 September 2003.
  • Air Staff Historical Office, U.S. Air Force, The United States Air Force and U.S. National Security: A Historical Perspective 1947-1990 (1991).
  • Nurith C. Aizenman and Edward Walsh, "Immigrants Fear Deportation After Registration: Number of Mideast, Muslim Men Expelled Rises Sharply,"Washington Post, 28 July 2003.
  • Mike Allen and Bradley Graham, "Bush Emphasizes Humanitarian Role in Liberia," Washington Post, 7 August 2003.
  • Daniel Altman, "First, the War; Now, Investor Consequences," New York Times, 30 April 2003.
  • Jack Anderson and Jan Moller, "The Government's Secret Y2K Plans," Deseret News, 3 May 1999, found online at
  • Arab Human Development Report 2002, United Nations.
  • Arab Human Development Report 2003, United Nations.
  • Arms Trade Oversight Project, "Changes in U.S. Arms Transfers Policy Since September 11, 2001," found online at
  • Wayne Arnold, "The Postwar Invasion of Iraq: Philippines Likely to Supply Many Workers to Rebuild," New York Times, 9 April 2003.
  • Thomas Assheuer, "Der Babysitter kommt im Kampfanzug," Die Zeit, 22 May 2003.
  • Associated Press, "Barbie Dolls Confiscated in Iran," 22 May 2002.
  • Associated Press, "One Effect of 9/11: Less Privacy (New Surveillance Laws Passed Worldwide, Report Says),", found online
  • Associated Press, "Islands Fear Becoming a Route for Travelers with Terror Plans," New York Times, 9 January 2003.


  • Andrew J. Bacevich, American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of U.S. Diplomacy (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2002).
  • Al Baker, "Fed Feeds a New Bull Market in Private Security Services," New York Times, 27 October 2001.
  • Al Baker, "Steep Rise in Gun Sales Reflects Post-Attack Fears," New York Times, 16 December 2001.
  • Peter Baker, "Iraq's Neighborhood Thick with U.S. Arms: Weapons and Technology Traded for Support," Washington Post, 5 February 2003.
  • Jeffrey Ball, "Hydrogen Fuel May Be Clean, but Getting It Here Looks Messy,"Wall Street Journal, 7 March 2003.
  • Tom Barbash, On Top of the World: Cantor Fitzgerald, Howard Lutnick, and 9/11: A Story of Loss and Renewal (New York: HarperCollins, 2003), pp. 29-44.
  • David Barboza, “Development of Biotech Crops Is Booming in Asia,” New York Times, 21 February 2003.
  • Thomas P.M. Barnett, "The Concept of Technocracy and the Soviet Politburo," unpublished graduate seminar paper, Harvard University.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett with Floyd D. Kennedy, contributor, Redefining U.S.-Soviet Naval Ties in the 1990s: The Opportunity for Cooperative Engagement(Alexandria, Va.: Center for Naval Analyses, 1991).
  • Thomas P.M Barnett, Romanian and East German Policies in the Third World: Comparing the Strategies of Ceausescu and Honecker (Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishing, 1992).
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett and Linda D. Lancaster, L.Cdr., USN, Answering the 9?1-1 Call: U.S. Military and Naval Crisis Response Activity, 1977-1991 (Alexandria, Va.: Center for Naval Analyses, 1992).
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett and Ferd V. Neider, Center for Naval Analyses Memorandum for the Record 92-0527 (Final Report of the Naval Force Capabilities Planning Effort [Phases I & II]), 23 March 1992.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett and Henry H. Gaffney, Jr., "It's Going to Be a Bumpy Ride," Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, January 1993, pp. 23-26.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett and Henry H. Gaffney, Jr., Reconciling Strategy and Forces Across an Uncertain Future: Three Alternative Visions (Alexandria, Va.: Center for Naval Analyses, 1993).
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett with Henry H. Gaffney, Jr., and Floyd D. Kennedy, Jr.,Future Visions of U.S.-Russian Naval Cooperation: What Is to Be Done?(Alexandria, Va.: Center for Naval Analyses, 1996).
  • Thomas P.M. and Vonne M. Barnett, The Emily Updates: A Year in the Life of a Three-Year-Old Struggling with Cancer, unpublished manuscript, 200,000 words, 1996.
  • Thomas P.M. Barnet, Nine Issues Concerning USAID's New OPS System: How Recent Institutional Experiences Within the U.S. Military Might Point to Some Useful Solutions (Alexandria, Va.: Institute for Public Research, 1997).
  • Thomas P.M. Barnett, "The Seven Deadly Sins of Network-Centric Warfare,"Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, January 1999, pp. 36-39.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett, "Life After DoDth or: How the Evernet Changes Everything," Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, May 2000, pp. 48-53.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett, Alternative Global Futures and Naval Security: A Briefing and Associated Essays Presented at the Indian Navy's International Fleet Review 2001, Center for Naval Warfare Studies, Naval War College, March 2001; found online at
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett et al., Foreign Direct Investment: 3+x(Asia)=Triad Squared?: Decision Event Report II of the NewRuleSets.Project, Center for Naval Warfare Studies, Naval War College, 9 April 2001, found online
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett, "India's 12 Steps to a World-Class Navy," Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, July 2001, pp. 41-45.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett, "Globalization Gets Tested," Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, October 2001, p. 57.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett and Henry H. Gaffney, Jr., "Globalization Gets a Bodyguard," Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, November 2001, pp. 50-53.
  • Thomas P.M. Barnett, "Asia: The Military-Market Link," Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, January 2002, pp. 53-56.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett, “The ‘Core’ and ‘Gap’: Defining Rules in a Dangerous World,” Providence Journal, 7 November 2002.
  • Thomas P.M. Barnett and Arthur K. Cebrowski, "The American Way of War," Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, January 2003, pp. 42-43.
  • Thomas P. M. Barnett, "The Pentagon's New Map," Esquire, March 2003, pp. 174-79, 227-28.
  • Thomas P.M. Barnett and Henry H. Gaffney, Jr., "The Top 100 Rules of the New American Way of War," British Army Review (Spring 2003), pp. 40-45.
  •  Felicity Barringer, “Annan Wants Security Council to Grow to Better Reflect World,” New York Times, 9 September 2003.
  • Charlene Barshefsky, "The Middle East Belongs in the World Economy," New York Times, 22 February 2003.
  • Robert L. Bartley, "World Money at the Palazzo Mundell," Wall Street Journal, 30 June 2003.
  • Elizabeth Becker, “Coming U.S. Vote Figures in Walkout at Trade Talks: American Farm Provisions Are a Key Issue,” New York Times, 16 September 2003.
  • Daniel Benjamin and Steven Simon, The Age of Sacred Terror (New York: Random House, 2002).
  • John T. Bennett, “Cebrowski Calls for New Training Methods for Combat, Postwar Ops,” Inside the Pentagon, 11 September 2003.
  • Ed Blanche, "Colombia Gun-Running Scandal Links Shady Israelis, Al-Qaeda,"The Daily Star On Line, 13 August 2003, found online
  • Robert Block, "Spreading Influence: In South Africa, Mounting Evidence of al Qaeda Links: Officials Cite Smuggling Cases and a Deadly Bombing; 'Perfect Place to Regroup,'" Wall Street Journal, 10 December 2002.
  • Paul Blustein, "Bush's Trade Carrot Brings High Hopes, Hearty Skepticism,"Washington Post, 10 May 2003.
  • Raymond Bonner, "Philippine Camps Are Training Al Qaeda's Allies, Officials Say," New York Times, 31 May 2003.
  • Max Boot, The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power (New York: Basic Books, 2002).
  • William Booth, "Where Seas Meet Shore, Scenarios for Terrorists: Nation's Vulnerable Ports Revamp Defenses," Washington Post, 3 June 2002.
  • William Booth, "Ad-Libbing Iraq's Infrastructure: U.S. Troops Face Daily Scramble in 'Bringing Order to Chaos,'" Washington Post, 21 May 2003.
  • James Brooke, "Russia's Economy Building on 3 Solid Years of Solid Growth,"New York Times, 25 June 2003.
  • James Brooke, "Unwanted Attention for Korea: Worry Over the North Hurts the South's Economy," New York Times, 15 April 2003.
  • Jeffrey Boutwell, Michael T. Klare, and Laura W. Reed, eds., Lethal Commerce: The Global Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons (Cambridge, Mass.: American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1995).
  • Keith Bradsher, "Outbreak of Disease Forces Steep Plunge in Chinese Economy,"New York Times, 28 April 2003.
  • Matthew Brzezinski, "Who's Afraid of Norway?: She May Look Like G.I. Jane, but Defense Minister Kristin Krohn Devold Has Made Her Country's Military the Model for Small Nations That Want a Meaningful Role in World Affairs," New York Times Magazine, 24 August 2003, pp. 24-28.
  • Chris Buckley, "Capitalists in Chinese Legislature Speak Out for Property Rights,"New York Times, 12 March 2003.
  • Business Facilities, "9/11 Insurance Crisis Could Cause Major Property Foreclosures Across the United States," Business Facilities: The Location Advisor, May 2002, found online at



  • Peter Carlson, "Sins of the Son: Kim Jong Il's North Korea Is in Ruins, but Why Should That Spoil His Fun?" Washington Post, 11 May 2003.
  • Linda Carroll, "Sleepless Nation: What Can You Do to Put Terrorism Fears and Anthrax Anxiety to Rest at Night?,", 24 October 2001, found online at
  • Arthur K. Cebrowski, Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy, and John J. Gartska, "Network-Centric Warfare: Its Origins and Future," Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute, January 1998, pp. 28-35.
  •  Center for Global Development and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s “Commitment to Development Index” in Foreign Policy, May–June 2003, pp. 56–66.
  • Andrew Chaikivsky, "The Strategist," Esquire, December 2002, p. 163.
  • Rajiv Chandrasekaran, "Inexperienced Hands Guide Iraq Rebuilding," Washington Post, 25 June 2003.
  • Guy Chazan, "An Old Heresy Haunts Israel: What If the Palestinians Reject a State of Their Own?" Wall Street Journal, 21 July 2003.
  • Jennifer Cheeseman Day, "National Population Projections," U.S. Census Bureau, found online at
  •   Kathy Chen, “Surge in Lending in China Stokes Economic Worries: Spending Investment Sprees Point to Overheating; Bad Debts Are on the Rise,” Wall Street Journal, 3 October 2003.
  • Adam Clymer, "How Sept. 11 Changed Goals of Justice Dept.: Fighting Terror Didn't Lead Ashcroft's List," New York Times, 28 February 2002.
  • CNN, "Financing Alternatives Devisee for Muslim Home Buyers,", 2 August 2003, found online at
  • W. Eugene Cobble, H. H. Gaffney, and Dimitry Gorenburg, For the Record: All U.S. Forces' Responses to Situations, 1970-2000 (Alexandria, Va.: Center for Strategic Studies, June 2003).
  •  Paul Collier and David Dollar, Globalization, Growth, and Poverty (copublication of Oxford University Press and the World Bank, 2002).Alan Cowell, "Religious Violence in Nigeria Drives Out Miss World Event," New York Times, 23 November 2002.
  • Paul Collier, "The Market for Civil War," Foreign Policy, May-June 2003, pp. 38-45.
  • Pamela Constable, “Afghan Women Take Radio Liberties: Tiny Station Transmitting Message of Support to a Largely Illiterate Female Populace,”Washington Post, 3 November 2003.
  • Christopher Cooper, "As U.S. Tries to Bring Order to Iraq, Need for Military Policy Is Rising," Wall Street Journal, 21 August 2003.
  • Chip Cummins, "Business Mobilizes for Iraq: Kuwaiti Entrepreneurs Say Millions of Iraqis Will Want Cars, Cellphones, Refrigerators," Wall Street Journal, 24 March 2003.


  • James Dao, "With Rise in Foreign Aid, Plans for a New Way to Give It," New York Times, 3 February 2003.
  • Phillip Day and S. Jayasankaran, "Learning Islamic Finance: Banks Consult Muslim Experts in Bid to Tap Growing Market," Wall Street Journal, 12 March 2003.
  • Karen DeYoung, "Powell Says U.S. to Resume Training Indonesia's Forces,"Washington Post, 3 August 2002.
  • David Diamond, "One Nation, Overseas," Wired, June 2002.
  • Director of Central Intelligence Counterterrorism Center's March 1998 report, "International Terrorism in 1997: A Statistical View."
  • Thomas Donnelly and Vance Serchuk, “Toward a Global Cavalry: Overseas Rebasing and Defense Transformation,” American Enterprise Institute Online, 20 June 2003, found online at
  • Christine Dugas, "When Duty Calls, They Suffer: Self-Employed Reservists Can Return to Fiscal Devastation," USA Today, 17 April 2003.
  • Celia W. Dugger, "Wider Military Ties with India Offer U.S. Diplomatic Leverage," New York Times, 10 June 2002.
  • Phred Dvorak and Todd Zaun, "Japan's Bond Market: Too Big?" Wall Street Journal, 16 July 2003.


  • Erik Eckholm, “In Kandahar, a Top School Reopens, and Girls Are Welcome,”New York Times, 23 December 2001.
  • Erik Eckholm, "...And Click Here for China," New York Times, 4 August 2002.
  • Erik Eckholm, "Petitioners Urge China to Enforce Legal Rights," New York Times, 2 June 2003.
  • The Economist, "Dealing with Anthrax: Patent Problems Pending: The Rich World Should Apply the Same Rules to Drugs in Poor Countries as at Home," The Economist, 27 October 2001.
  • The Economist, "World Trade Organization: A Deal at Doha?: The Launch of a Round of Global Trade Talks Is Close, If Politicians Compromise," The Economist, 3 November 2001.
  • The Economist, "Making the Most of an Exodus," The Economist, 23 February 2002.
  • The Economist, "Making the Most of an Exodus," The Economist, 23 February 2002.
  • The Economist, "For Whom the Liberty Bell Tolls: Almost Everywhere, Governments Have Taken September 11th as an Opportunity to Restrict Their Citizens' Freedom," The Economist, 31 August 2002.
  • The Economist, "The Curse of Westoxification: And the Roots of Discontent," The Economist, 18 January 2003.
  • Thomas B. Edsall, "Attacks Alter Politics, Shift Focus of Immigration Debate,"Washington Post, 15 October 2001.
  • Dan Eggen, "Neighborhood Watch Enlisted in Terror War: Citizens Urged to Step Up in $2 Million Expansion," Washington Post, 7 March 2002.
  • Daphne Eviatar, "Striking It Poor: Oil as a Curse," New York Times, 7 June 2003.


  • Bruce Falconer, “The World in Numbers: U.S. Military Logistics,” The Atlantic Monthly, May 2003, pp. 50–51.
  • Douglas Farah, "Al Qaeda Gold Moved to Sudan," Washington Post, 3 September 2002.
  • Douglas Farah, "Report Says African Harbored Al Qaeda," Washington Post, 29 December 2002.
  • Nazila Fathi, "Taboo Surfing: Click Here for Iran...," New York Times, 4 August 2002.
  • Darryl Fears, "Hate Crimes Against Arabs Surge, FBI Finds," Washington Post, 26 November 2002.
  • Barnaby J. Feder, "A Surge in Demand to Use Biometrics," New York Times, 17 December 2002.
  • Gary Fields and John R. Wilke, "The Ex-Files: FBI's New Focus Places Big Burden on Local Police: With Terror Its Top Priority, Bureau Pulls Resources from Core Crime Fighting: Little Time for Bank Heists," Wall Street Journal, 20 June 2003.
  • Ian Fisher and Elizabeth Becker, "The Reconstruction: Aid Workers Leaving Iraq, Fearing They Are Targets," New York Times, 12 October 2003.
  • Alix M. Freedman, "First World Nations in Effect Pay Those of Third to Handle Missions: U.N. Peacekeeping Allowance Can Add Up to Real Money for Developing Countries," Wall Street Journal, 1 October 2003.
  • Lawrence Freedman, The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1981).
  • Thomas L. Friedman, The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Understanding Globalization(New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1999).
  • Thomas L. Friedman, "India, Pakistan and GE," New York Times, 11 August 2002.
  • Thomas Friedman, “Connect the Dots,” New York Times, 25 September 2003.
  • David A. Fulghum, "Huge Promise, Nagging Concerns," Aviation Week & Space Technology, 18 August 2003.


  • H. H. Gaffney, Warning Time for U.S. Forces' Responses to Situations: A Selective Study (Alexandria, Va.: Center for Strategic Studies, 2002).
  • Carlotta Gall, “Long in Dark, Afghan Women Say to Read Is Finally to See,” New York Times, 22 September 2002.
  • Barton Gellman and Susan Schmidt, "Shadow Government Is at Work in Secret: After Attacks, Bush Ordered 100 Officials to Bunkers Away from Capital to Ensure Federal Survival," Washington Post, 1 March 2002.
  • Carl Gersham, “North Korea’s Human Catastrophe,” Washington Post, 17 April 2003.
  • Justin Gillis, “To Feed Hungry Africans, Firms Plant Seeds of Science,”Washington Post, 11 March 2003.
  • Newt Gingrich, “Rogue State Department,” Foreign Policy, July–August 2003, pp. 42–48.
  • Susan B. Glasser, "Ailing Azerbaijani's Son Named Premier: Stage Set for the Handover of Power; Democratic Opposition Denounces Move as 'Illegal,'"Washington Post, 5 August 2003.
  • Tim Golden, "Buoyed by World's Focus on Terror, Spain Cracks Down in Basque Region," New York Times, 29 August 2002.
  • Peter S. Goodman and Mike Musgrove, "China Blocks Web Search Engines: Country Fears Doors to Commerce Also Open Weak Spots," Washington Post, 12 September 2002.
  • Peter S. Goodman, “U.S. Debt to Asia Swelling: Japan, China Lead Buyers of Treasuries,” Washington Post, 13 September 2003.
  • David F. Gordon, The Next Wave of HIV/AIDS: Nigeria, Ethiopia, Russia, India, and China (National Intelligence Council Intelligence Community Assessment 2002-04D, September 2002), found online at
  • Michael R. Gordon, "Pentagon Review Puts Emphasis on Long-Range Arms in Pacific," New York Times, 17 May 2001.
  • Michael R. Gordon, "Nuclear Arms: For Deterrence or Fighting?" New York Times, 11 March 2002.
  • Michael R. Gordon, "Millions for Defense, Barely a Penny for Djibouti," New York Times, 1 December 2002.
  • Bradley Graham and Vernon Loeb, "Pentagon Drops Bid for Futures Market: Investors Could Bet on Terrorism, Coups," Washington Post, 30 July 2003.
  • Loren Graham, "Toward a New Era in U.S.-Soviet Relations," Issues in Science and Technology, Fall 1989, pp. 36-42.
  • Steven Greenhouse, "Balancing Their Duty to Family and Nation: For Some, Overseas and Overextended," New York Times, 22 June 2003.
  • Elaine M. Grossman, "New Tech vs. Asian Threat Scenario: Air Force War Game Tests Options for Directed Energy, UAVs," Inside the Pentagon, 15 January 2004.       


  • Tom Hamburger, "U.S. Flip on Patents Shows Drug Makers' Growing Clout: Political Donors Get Help in Reversing Policy on Poor Nations' Access to Cheaper Medicine," Wall Street Journal, 6 February 2003.
  • John R. Harris, "Redrawing the Pentagon's New Map," 9 April 2003, found online at
  • Roy Harris, "What Price Security?," CFO Magazine, 1 July 2003, found online,5309,9859%7C%7CM%7C626,00.html.
  • Ricardo Hausmann, "Prisoners of Geography," Foreign Policy, January-February 2001, pp. 45-53.
  • Bradd C. Hayes and Jeffrey I. Sands, Doing Windows: Non-Traditional Military Responses to Complex Emergencies (Washington, D.C.: National Defense University, 1997).
  • Wil Haygood, "A Big Man Fails Another African Nation," Washington Post, 13 July 2003.
  • Heritage Foundation, 2003 Index of Economic Freedom, found online
  • Jim Hoagland, "Clarity: The Best Weapon," Washington Post, 1 June 2003.
  • Nathan Hodge, "Pentagon Strategist: Central Asia Bases Are Long-Term,"Defense Week, 19 August 2002.
  • Thomas Homer-Dixon, "The Rise of Complex Terrorism," Foreign Policy, January-February 2002, pp. 52-62.
  • James Hookway and Christopher Cooper, "U.S. to Send 3,000 Troops to Aid Philippines," Wall Street Journal, 21 February 2003.
  • Spencer S. Hsu, "In Wind, a Reply to Terror: Region Gets First Fallout Sensors,"Washington Post, 2 June 2003.
  • Samuel Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order(New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996).


  • David Ignatius, "Standoffish Soldiering," Washington Post, 5 August 2003.
  • David Ignatius, "Loot Turned Legitimate," Washington Post, 4 November 2003.
  • Ronald Inglehart and Pippa Norris, "The True Clash of Civilizations," Foreign Policy, March-April 2003, pp. 63-70.
  • International Monetary Fund, Public Information Notice No. 03/07 entitled, "IMF Concludes 2002 Article IV Consultation with Madagascar," found online
  • International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and the Small-Arms/Firearms Education and Research Network (SAFER-Net), "Global Trade in Small Arms: Health Effects and Interventions," found online


  • Greg Jaffe, "Pentagon Prepares to Scatter Soldiers in Remote Corners," Wall Street Journal, 27 May 2003.
  • Robert Jervis, “The Compulsive Empire,” Foreign Policy, July–August 2003, pp. 83–87.
  • Ian Johnson, "Conspiracy Theories About Sept. 11 Get Hearing in Germany: Distrust of U.S. Fuels Stories About Source of Attacks; Videos, Hot-Selling Books," Wall Street Journal, 29 September 2003.
  • David Johnston and David E. Sanger, "Yemen Killing Based on Rules Set Out by Bush," Washington Post, 6 November 2002.


  • Robert Kagan, Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order (New York: Knopf, 2003), p. 3.
  • Joseph Kahn, "Nations Back Freer Trade, Hoping to Aid Global Growth," New York Times, 15 November 2001.
  • Joseph Kahn, "The World's Economies Slide Together into Recession," New York Times, 25 November 2001.
  • Robert D. Kaplan, Warrior Politics: Why Leadership Demands a Pagan Ethos(New York: Random House, 2002).
  • Robert D. Kaplan, "Supremacy by Stealth: Ten Rules for Managing the World,"The Atlantic, July/August 2003, pp. 66-83.
  • Richard Karpinski, "Web Supply Chains Revised,", 28 September 2001, found online
  • Bill Keller, "The Fighting Next Time: Why Reformers Believe That Preparing the Military for Next-Generation Warfare Is Radical and Crucial-and One More Casualty of 9/11," New York Times Magazine, 10 March 2002, pp. 32-36.
  • Paul Kennedy, The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers: Economic Change and Military Conflict from 1500 to 2000 (New York: Random House, 1987).
  • Glenn Kessler, "A Defining Moment in Islamabad: U.S.-Brokered 'Yes' Pulled India, Pakistan from Brink of War," Washington Post, 22 June 2002.
  • Glenn Kessler, "War Crimes Court Fears Not New: U.S. Accused of Giving Up Chance to Ease Clinton Era Concerns," Washington Post, 2 July 2002.
  • John Kifner, "India Decides Not to Send Troops to Iraq Now: A Preference for Medical Aid; An Eye on Local Politics," New York Times, 15 July 2003.
  • Neil King, Jr., "Bush Has an Audacious Plan to Rebuild Iraq Within a Year," Wall Street Journal, 17 March 2003.
  • Andreas Kluth, "In Praise of Rules: A Survey of Asian Business," The Economist, 7 April 2001.
  • Matt Krantz, "Internet Investors Go All the Way to China for Latest Boom," USA Today, 21 July 2003.
  •   Charles Krauthammer, “The Unipolar Moment,” Foreign Affairs, Winter 1990/91, pp. 23–33.
  • Nicholas D. Kristof, "What Did You Do During the African Holocaust?" New York Times, 27 May 2003.
  • Paul Krugman, "The China Syndrome," New York Times, 5 September 2003.
  • Nicholas Kulish, "Obscure U.S. Agency Seeks Novel Gizmos to Combat Terrorism: Air-Conditioned Undershirt, Dishwasher-Safe Laptop Get Government Funding," Wall Street Journal, 4 March 2003.


  • Marc Lacey, "Fiery Zealotry Leaves Nigeria in Ashes Again," New York Times, 29 November 2002.
  • Marc Lacey, "Kenya Terrorists Posed as Fishermen, Report Says," New York Times, 6 November 2003.
  •  Pascal Lamy, “Post-Cancun Primer: My WTO ‘Q & A,’” Wall Street Journal, 23 September 2003.
  • Mark Landler, "Hi, I'm in Bangalore (But I Dare Not Tell)," Washington Post, 21 March 2001.
  • Tamar Levin, "Bioterrorism and Anxiety Are Swelling Prescriptions," New York Times, 1 November 2001.
  • Steve Levine, "Odd Family Drama in Kazakhstan Dims Democratic Hopes," Wall Street Journal, 12 September 2002.Marc Lifsher, "Landlocked Bolivia
  • Is Making Waves on the High Seas," Wall Street Journal, 23 October 2002.
  • Adam Liptak, Neil A. Lewis, and Benjamin Wesier, "After Sept. 11, a Legal Battle on the Limits of Civil Liberty," New York Times, 4 August 2002.
  • David Luhnow, "Amid Shortages, New U.S. Agency Tries to Run Iraq: Miscues on Advance Planning Draw Fire, but Electricity and Police Patrols Are Up," Wall Street Journal, 5 June 2003.


  • Peter Maass, “The Last Emperor Kim Jong Il,” New York Times Magazine, 19 October 2003, pp. 36–47.
  • Neil MacFarquhar, "Humiliation and Rage Stalk the Arab World," New York Times, 13 April 2003.
  • Sebastian Mallaby, “The Lesson in MacArthur,” Washington Post, 21 October 2002.
  • Monty G. Marshall and Ted Robert Gurr, Peace and Conflict 2003: A Global Survey of Armed Conflicts, Self-Determination Movements, and Democracy(College Park, Md.: University of Maryland, 2003), found online, p. 12.
  • Jessica T. Mathews, "September 11, One Year Later: A World of Change," Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Policy Brief Special Edition), August 2002
  • Mark Mazzetti, "Pax Americana: Dispatched to Distant Outposts, U.S. Forces Confront the Perils of an Unruly World," U.S. News & World Report, 6 October 2003.
  • Michael McCarthy, "Fear Industry Booms as Uneasy Citizens Seek Safety," USA Today, 8 August 2002.
  • Donald G. McNeil, Jr., and Lawrence K. Altman, "How One Person Can Fuel an Epidemic," New York Times, 15 April 2003.
  •  Scott Miller, "WTO Drug Pact Lifts Trade Talks," Wall Street Journal, 2 September 2003.
  • Joel Millman and Carlta Vitzthum, "Changing Tide: Europe Becomes New Destination for Latino Workers: With the U.S. Cracking Down, Jobs and Porous Borders Beckon Across the Atlantic," Wall Street Journal, 12 September 2003.
  • Mike Mills, "In the Modem World, White-Collar Jobs Go Overseas," Washington Post, 17 September 1996.
  • John Mintz and Vernon Loeb, "Coast Guard Fights to Retain War Role: 'Slack-Jawed' over Criticism from Rumsfeld, Service Cites Its Battle Capabilities,"Washington Post, 31 August 2003.
  • MSNBC News Services, "Six in 10 Take Bioterror Precautions: Poll Suggest Anthrax Worries Affect Most Americans,", 8 November 2001, found online at
  • Seth Mydans, "Free of Marx, but Now in the Grip of a Dynasty," New York Times, 15 October 2003.
  • Steven Lee Myers, "Anxious and Weary of War, G.I.'s Face a New Iraq Mission,"New York Times, 15 June 2003.


  • David Nagle, "Giant Shadow Experiment Tests New SSGN Capabilities," Navy Newsstand: The Source for Navy News, 28 January 2003, found online
  • Moises Naim, "The Five Wars of Globalization," Foreign Policy, January-February 2003, pp. 28-37.
  • Andrew S. Natsios, U.S. Agency for International Development, "Alleviating Poverty and Hunger in the 21st Century" (March 2002), found online
  • Scott Neuman et al., "Already Battered by Terror, Tourism Gets Double Blow,"Wall Street Journal, 8 April 2003.
  • Ellen Nkashima, "Terrorists Find Easy Passage into Thailand: Experts Say Lax Border Controls Are Opportunity for Al Qaeda, Regional Militants," Washington Post, 27 January 2003.
  • Ellen Nakashima, "SARS Signals Missed in Hong Kong: Physician's Visit May Have Led to Most Known Cases," Washington Post, 20 May 2003.
  • Yuki Noguchi, "With War, Satellite Industry Is Born Again," Washington Post, 17 April 2003.
  • Floyd Norris, “Foreigners May Not Have Liked This War, But They Financed It,”New York Times, 12 September 2003.


  • Timothy L. O'Brien, "U.S. Officials Focus on Dubai as Terrorist Financial Center," New York Times, 5 October 2003.
  • Timothy L. O'Brien, "South American Area Is Cited as Haven of Terrorist Training," New York Times, 7 October 2003.
  • OECD Economic Outlook No. 7, June 2003.
  • Jeff D. Opdyke, "Adoption's New Geography: Changes in Global Rules Make Process Even Tougher, Costlier; Bolivia, Brazil May Open Up," Wall Street Journal, 14 October 2003.
  • Christopher Oster, "War Would Test Statute Governing Terror Insurance," Wall Street Journal, 18 March 2003.


  • Steven Pearlstein, “Trade and Trade-Offs,” Washington Post, 10 September 2003.
  • Don Peck and Ross Douthat, "Does Money Buy Happiness?" The Atlantic Monthly, January-February 2003, pp. 42-43.
  • Minxin Pei and Sara Kasper, Lessons from the Past: The American Record of Nation Building, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Policy Brief No. 24, May 2003.
  • Minxin Pei, “The Paradoxes of American Nationalism,” Foreign Policy, May–June 2003, pp. 31–37.
  • Michael Pettis, "Will Globalization Go Bankrupt?," Foreign Policy, September- October 2001, pp. 52-59.
  • Michael M. Phillips and Greg Jaffe, "Pentagon Rethinks Use of Cluster Bombs: Thousands of Unexploded Bomblets Impede Military Movement, Kill Civilians,"Wall Street Journal, 25 August 2003.
  • Walter Pincus, "Future of U.S. Nuclear Arsenal Debated: Arms Control Experts Worry Pentagon's Restructuring Plan Means More Weapons," Washington Post, 4 May 2003.
  • Daniel Pipes and Graham Fuller, "Combating the Ideology of Radical Islam," Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 10 April 2003.
  • Andrew Pollack, "Drug Makers Wrestle with World's New Rules: A Delicate Balance: Patriotism vs. Business," New York Times, 21 October 2001. 
  • John Pomfret, "China Sees Interests Tied to U.S.: Change Made Clear in Wake of Sept. 11," Washington Post, 2 February 2002.
  • John Pomfret, "Underreporting, Secrecy Fuel SARS in Beijing, WHO Says,"Washington Post, 17 April 2003.
  • John Pomfret, "China Orders End to SARS Coverup: Belated Campaign Against Disease Begins," Washington Post, 19 April 2003.
  • John Pomfret, "China's Crisis Has a Political Edge: Leaders Use SARS to Challenge Recalcitrant Parts of Government," Washington Post, 27 April 2003.
  • Dana Priest and Douglas Farah, “Iranian Force Has Long Ties to Al Qaeda,”Washington Post, 14 October 2003.
  • Dana Priest, "CIA Is Expanding Domestic Operations: More Offices, More Agents with FBI," Washington Post, 23 October 2002.
  • Dana Priest and Dan Eggen, "Bush Aides Consider Domestic Spy Agency: Concerns on FBI's Performance Spur Debate of Options," Washington Post, 16 November 2002.
  • Cris Prystay, "U.S. Solution Is Philippine Dilemma: As Recruiters Snap Up More Nurses, Hospitals in Manila Are Scrambling," Wall Street Journal, 18 July 2002.
  • Adam Przeworski and Fernando Limongi, "Modernization: Theories and Facts,"World Politics (January 1997), pp. 155-83.



  • Saritha Rai, "Indian Nurses Sought to Staff U.S. Hospitals: Exams Cover Medicine and U.S. Culture," New York Times,10 February 2003.
  • Reuters, "U.S. Army Seeks Hollywood Theories: Directors, Writers Asked for Their Ideas on Terrorist Scenarios, MSNBC, 9 October 2001, found online atwww.msnbc/news/639928.asp.
  • Reuters, "Linux, Microsoft Face Off in India," 11 August 2003, found online at
  • Condoleezza Rice, "Transforming the Middle East," Washington Post, 7 August 2003.
  • Keith B. Richburg, "Security Curtain Raised Along EU's New Eastern Front,"Washington Post, 31 July 2003.
  • Thomas E. Ricks, "For Pentagon, Asia Moving to Forefront," Washington Post, 26 May 2000.
  • Linda Robinson, "Terror Close to Home: In Oil-Rich Venezuela, a Volatile Leader Befriends Bad Actors from the Mideast, Colombia, and Cuba," U.S. News & World Report, 6 October 2003.
  • Dani Rodrik, "Globalization for Whom: Time to Change the Rules-and Focus on Poor Workers," Harvard Magazine, July-August 2002, p. 30.
  • Larry Rohter, "Brazil Employs Tools of Spying to Guard Itself," New York Times, 27 July 2002.
  • Larry Rohter, “New Global Trade Lineup: Haves, Have-Nots, Have-Somes,” New York Times, 2 November 2003.
  • Simon Romero, "Weavers Go Dot-Com, and Elders Move In," New York Times, 28 March 2000.
  • Kenneth D. Rose, "Bunker Mentality: Stock Up. And Remember, We Got Past It Before," Washington Post, 16 February 2003.
  • Stephen Peter Rosen, “The Future of War and the American Military: Demography, Technology and the Politics of Modern Empire,” Harvard Magazine, May–June 2002, pp. 29–39.
  • Elisabeth Rosenthal, "The F.B.I.: Ashcroft Says U.S. Will Place Agents in China,"Washington Post, 25 October 2002.
  • Donald H. Rumsfeld, "Beyond This War on Terrorism," Washington Post, 1 November 2001.
  • Donald H. Rumsfeld, "Beyond Nation-Building," Washington Post, 25 September 2003.


  • Jeffrey D. Sachs, "The Strategic Significance of Global Inequality," Washington Quarterly, Summer 2001, pp. 187-98.
  • Susan Sachs, "Immigrants Facing Strict New Controls on Cash Sent Home," New York Times, 12 November 2002.
  • Kevin Sack, "Apocalyptic Theology Revitalized by Attacks: Calling 9/11 a Harbinger of the End Times," New York Times, 23 November 2001.
  • David E. Sanger and James Dao, "U.S. Is Completing Plan to Promote a Democratic Iraq: An 18-Month Occupation," New York Times, 6 January 2003.
  • Serge Schmemann, "Antiterror Actions Can Be Too Harsh," New York Times, 12 January 2002.
  • Serge Schmemann, "U.S. Links Peacekeeing to Immunity from New Court," New York Times, 19 June 2002.
  • Susan Schmidt, "Counterterrorism, Cybercrime Are Focus of FBI's Overhaul,"Washington Post, 4 December 2001.
  • Eric Schmitt, "Pentagon Seeking New Access Pacts for Africa Bases," New York Times, 5 July 2003.
  • Eric Schmitt, "Wolfowitz Visits Mass Graveyards of Hussein's Victims and Promises Help in Hunting Killers: Allied Investigators Have Discovered 62 Killing Fields," New York Times, 20 July 2003.
  • Eric Schmitt and Joel Brinkley, “State Dept. Study Foresaw Trouble Now Plaguing Iraq: Some Say Pentagon First Ignored Warnings on Security, Utilities and Civil Rule,” New York Times, 19 October 2003.
  • Howard Schneider, "Ties Weakened That Bound U.S. to Arab World: Education, Tourism and Trade Hurt by Sept. 11, Mideast Strife," Washington Post, 8 July 2002.
  • William Schneider, "In War, the Mission Matters," National Journal, 19 October 2002.
  • Somini Sengupta, "Innocence of Youth Is Victim of Congo War," New York Times, 23 June 2003.
  • Thom Shanker, "Conduct of War Is Redefined by Success of Special Forces,"New York Times, 21 January 2002.
  • Thom Shanker and Eric Schmitt, "Reserve Call-Up for an Iraqi War May Equal 1991's: To Guard Against Terror: Activation of Around 265,000 Would Help Protect Sites in U.S. and Overseas," New York Times, 28 October 2002.
  • Philip Shenon, "Missile Threat Is Bringing Stricter Rules for Airports," New York Times, 30 March 2003.
  • Mary Beth Sheridan, "Muslims in U.S. Feel Targeted by Anti-Terror Business Policies," Washington Post, 9 July 2003.
  • Adam Siegel, The Use of Naval Forces in the Post-War Era: U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps Crisis Response Activity 1946-1989 (Alexandria, Va.: Center for Naval Analyses, 1991).
  • Adam Siegel, "Civil-Military Marriage Counseling: Can This Union Be Saved?"Special Warfare, December 2002, pp. 28-34.
  • Alan Sipress, "Malaysian Calls on Muslims to Resist Jewish Influence,"Washington Post, 17 October 2003.
  • Small Arms Survey 2003, found online
  • Craig S. Smith, "China, in Harsh Crackdown, Executes Muslim Separatists," New York Times, 16 December 2001.
  • Craig S. Smith, "Racism Up After 9/11, European Monitor Says," New York Times, 11 December 2002.
  • Craig S. Smith, "Saudi Idlers Attract Radicals and Worry Royals," New York Times, 17 December 2002.
  • Tony Smith, "Contraband Is Big Business in Paraguay," New York Times, 10 June 2003.
  • Jay Solomon and Hae Won Choi, "In North Korea, Secret Cash Hoard Props Up Regime: Defectors, Intelligence Sources Say Division 39 Supplies Billions to Kim Jong Il: Ginseng and Counterfeit Bills," Wall Street Journal, 14 July 2003.
  • Jackie Spinner, "Firms Rejecting Terror Coverage: Insurers Say Few Companies Feel Risk, Accepts Costs," Washington Post, 25 February 2003.
  • Dean Starkman, "Moody's Downgrades Securities on Lack of Terrorism Insurance," Wall Street Journal, 30 September 2002.
  • Rob Stein, "WHO Tells Travelers to Avoid Hong Kong, China: U.N. Group Takes Unprecedented Step to Stem Epidemic," Washington Post, 3 April 2003.
  • Stockholm International Peace Research Institute databases, found
  • Doug Struck, "Heroin Trail Leads to North Korea," Washington Post, 12 May 2003.
  • Doug Struck, “Opening a Window on North Korea’s Horrors: Defectors Haunted by Guilt for the Loved Ones Left Behind,” Washington Post, 4 October, 2003.
  • Kevin Sullivan, "'Weekend Warriors' No More: National Guard's Expanded Role in Iraq Means More Combat Time, Greater Risks," Washington Post, 19 July 2003.
  • Frank Swoboda, "Engines of Change: GM's Work on Fuel-Cell Cars Could Cause Major Design Shift," Washington Post, 8 January 2002.


  • Jerry Taylor, Sustainable Development: A Dubious Solution in Search of a Problem, Cato Institute "Policy Analysis" No. 449 (26 August 2002).
  • Shashi Tharoor, India: From Midnight to the Millennium (New York: HarperCollins, 1998).
  • Roger Thurow, “Makeshift ‘Cuisinart’ Makes a Lot Possible in Impoverished Mali: It Can Do Work in a Flash, Leaving Time for Literacy and Entrepreneurship,”Wall Street Journal, 26 July 2002.
  • Roger Thurow and Susan Warren, “In War on Poverty, Chad’s Pipeline Plays Unusual Role: To Unlock Buried Wealth, Nation Gives Up Control over Spending Its Cash,” Wall Street Journal, 24 June 2003.
  • Heather Timmons, “Saudis Trying to Drum Up Investment in Gas Fields,” New York Times, 22 July 2003.
  • J.R.R. Tolkien, letter to Michael Straight, New Republic editor, January 1956, found online at
  • Abigail Trafford, "Terror Attacks the Mentally Ill," Washington Post, 23 October 2001.
  • Josh Tyrangiel, "Did You Hear About...The Search for Answers and a Blizzard of Information Have Made WTC Rumors as Ubiquitous as Flags," Time, 8 October 2001.


  • Louis Uchitelle, "Globalization Marches On, as U.S. Eases Up on the Reins," New York Times, 17 December 2001.
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  • U.S. Department of Energy, International Energy Outlook, 2003.
  • U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration's International Energy Outlook 2003, found online at
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  • U.S. Department of State, Patterns of Global Terrorism 2003, found online


  • Don Van Natta, "The Terror Industry Finds Its Ultimate Weapon," New York Times, 24 August 2003.
  • Shankar Vedantam, "WHO Assails Wealth Nations on Bioterror: Coordination of Defenses Poor in Simulation; U.S. Support for Agency Questioned," Washington Post, 5 November 2003.
  • Michael Vlahos, "Enemy Mine," Tech Central Station, 29 July 2003, found online at



  • Alex de Waal, “S.O.S. Africa,” Wall Street Journal, 6 August 2003.
  • Edward Walsh, "For Coast Guard, Priorities Shifted on September 11: Focus Is on Defense Against Terrorism," Washington Post, 26 November 2001.
  • Edward Walsh, "Effects of 9/11 Reduce Flow of Refugees to U.S.," Washington Post, 21 August 2002.
  • Kenneth Waltz, Man, the State and War: A Theoretical Analysis (New York: Columbia University Press, 1954).
  • Emily Wax, "Toting AK-47s Instead of Book Bags: Liberia Faces Challenge of Disarming Children," Washington Post, 25 August 2003.
  • Tim Weiner, "Ex-Leader Stole $100 Million from Liberia, Records Show," New York Times, 18 September 2003.
  • Steven R. Weisman, "U.S. to Sell Military Gear to Algeria to Help It Fight Militants," New York Times, 10 December 2002.
  • David Wessel, "War Poses Risks for Globalization Trend," Wall Street Journal, 20 March 2003.
  • Jeanne Whalen, "Vying for Dominance in Georgia: U.S.-Russian Frictions Surface Amid Delicate Alliance on Terror," Wall Street Journal, 8 October 2002.
  • Gregory L. White, "Russia Wins Nod From Moody's: Investment Grade: Rater's Two-Tick Revision on Foreign-Currency Debt Marks Dramatic Turnabout," Wall Street Journal, 9 October 2003.
  • Jodi Wilgoren, "At One of 1,000 Front Lines in U.S., Local Officials Try to Plan for War," New York Times, 19 June 2002.
  • James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling, “Broken Windows: The Police and Neighborhood Safety,” The Atlantic Monthly, March 1982, pp. 29–38.
  • Scott Wilson, “U.S. Makes Plans to Give War Back to Colombia: Involvement Will Decline After Hunt Ends for Americans,” Washington Post, 9 March 2003.
  • Scott Wilson, “Venezuela Becomes Embroiled in Columbian War: Reports of Bombed Villages on Northeastern Frontier Point to Military Support for Guerillas,”Washington Post, 10 April 2003.
  • Robert Windrem, “Death, Terror in N. Korea Gulag,” MSNBC, 15 January 2003, found online at
  • Michael Wines, "War on Terror Casts Chechen Conflict in New Light: Ties Are Seen Between Rebels and Foreign Extremists, Bolstering Claims by Russia," New York Times, 9 December 2001.
  • Geoff Winestock and Neil King, Jr., "Patent Restraints on AIDS Drugs to Be Eased for Developing World," Wall Street Journal, 25 June 2002.
  • Paul Wolfowitz, "Support Our Troops," Wall Street Journal, 2 September 2002.
  • Peter Wonacott, Norihiko Shirouzu, and Jon E. Hilsenrath, "Foreign Firms Face Setbacks as SARS Cases Mount in China," Wall Street Journal, 23 May 2003.
  • Peter Wonacott and Karby Leggett, "Despite SARS, China's Economy Bounces Back," Wall Street Journal, 14 July 2003.
  • Peter Wonacott, "Poisoned at Plant, Mr. Wu Became a Labor Crusader: Legal Reforms in China Have Created an Army of Self-Taught Attorneys," Wall Street Journal, 21 July 2003.
  • World Bank's annual publication, World Development Indicators 2003.


  • Geoffrey York, "SARS Crisis Emboldens China's Media," The Globe & Mail, 14 June 2002.


  • G. Pascal Zachary, "Searching for a Dial Tone in Africa: Internet Makes Telephone Service Less Expensive and More Reliable," New York Times, 5 July 2003.
  • Fareed Zakaria, The Future of Freedom: Liberal Democracy at Home and Abroad (New York: W.W. Norton, 2003.

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