2001 Publications

Articles, Reports, Media Appearances, etc, written or researched by current and former Scoville Fellows in 2001 (Year of Fellowship in parenthesis)

E. Scott Adler (Spring 1989)
• co-authored “Controlling the Floodgates: Committees, Power and Issue Gatekeeping in the U.S. House of Representatives,” Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science annual meeting, Chicago, IL, April, 2001
• co-authored “Gatekeeping or Obstruction: An Empirical Investigation of the Second Face of Committee Power,” Paper presented at the American Political Science annual meeting, San Francisco, 2001

Yurika Ayukawa (Fall 1996)
• quoted in “Japan Struggles With Kyoto Accord,” CBSNews.com, July 2, 2001

Philipp Bleek (Fall 1999)
• wrote “Shalikashvili Issues Report Supporting Test Ban Treaty,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2001
• wrote “U.S., Russia Sign Missile- and Space-Launch Notification Deal,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2001
• wrote “Moscow Reportedly Moves Tactical Nuclear Arms to Baltics,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2001
• wrote “Independent Panel Urges Increased Threat Reduction Efforts in Russia,” Arms Control Today, March 2001
• wrote “Clinton Administration Approves ‘HEU Deal’ Contract With Russia,” Arms Control Today, March 2001
• wrote “Bush Reviews Threat Reduction Programs, Contemplates Cuts,” Arms Control Today, April 2001
• wrote “Helms Asks Administration to Reject Arms Control Treaties,” Arms Control Today, April 2001
• wrote “‘Foster Panel’ Critiques Nuclear Weapons Complex,” Arms Control Today, April 2001
• wrote “Energy Official, GAO Testify on DOE Threat Reduction Efforts,” Arms Control Today, June 2001
• wrote “Senate Narrowly Confirms Bolton To Top Arms Control Post,” Arms Control Today, June 2001
• wrote “Fire Shuts Down Russian Early-Warning System,” Arms Control Today, June 2001
• wrote “Pentagon Prepares Modest Cutbacks in Nuclear Arsenal,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2001
• wrote “Russian Duma Passes Bill Allowing Import of Spent Fuel,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2001
• wrote “U.S. Finishes Packaging Kazakh Plutonium, Reviews Next Step,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2001
• wrote “U.S., Uzbekistan Sign Threat Reduction Agreement,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2001
• wrote “White House to Partially Fund Test Ban Implementing Body,” Arms Control Today, September 2001
• wrote ” Bush Seeks Cuts in Pentagon Threat Reduction Programs,” Arms Control Today, September 2001
• wrote “Outgoing Nuclear Chief Counsels Caution on Strategic Reductions,” Arms Control Today, September 2001
• wrote “Administration May Abandon Plutonium Disposition Project,” Arms Control Today, September 2001
• wrote “U.S. to Clean Up Soviet-Era Germ Warfare Site in Uzbekistan,” Arms Control Today, November 2001
• wrote “Bush, Putin Pledge Nuclear Cuts; Implementation Unclear,” Arms Control Today, December 2001
• wrote “UN Conference Shows Support For Test Ban; U.S. Absent,” Arms Control Today, December 2001
• wrote “DOE Threat Reduction Funding Cut, Programs Reorganized,” Arms Control Today, December 2001

Michael Bhatia (Fall 2000)
• wrote “The Western Sahara Under Polisario Control: Summary Report of Field Mission to the Sahrawi Refugee Camps (near Tindouf, Algeria),” Review of African Political Economy no. 88, vol.28, June 2001

Jeremy Bratt (Fall 2000)
• wrote “Osprey Is a Bad Bird,” Philadelphia City Paper op-ed, January 25, 2001
• wrote “Preparing For Tomorrow’s Conflicts With Yesterday’s Strategies,” San Diego Union-Tribune op-ed, February 15, 2001
• wrote “Bombs Away,” American Outlook (published by the Hudson Institute) letter to the editor, May/June 2001
• co-wrote “Indefensible Spending: The Rhetoric Behind a Rising Military Budget,” Council for a Livable World Education Fund briefing book, September 2001

Fleur Burke (Spring 2001)
• wrote “Powell Reaches Out to Africa, But On What Terms?,” Weekly Defense Monitor, May 31, 2001
• compiled “Evolution of U.S. Policy on Small Arms,” CDI website, June 27, 2001

Jon Elliston (Fall 1993)
• guest on Democracy NOW! Pacifica Radio, discussing the CIA, March 27, 2001
• guest on CounterSpin, radio program of Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting, week of March 30, 2001

Chris Gagne (Spring 1999)
• co-edited The Stability-Instability Paradox: Nuclear Weapons and Brinksmanship in South Asia, Stimson Center Report #38, June 2001 (with Michael Krepon)

Heather Hamilton (Fall 1995)
• wrote “U.N. ‘Tyrants’ Can’t Touch International Court,” letter to the editor, The Washington Times, May 19, 2001
• wrote “Vicious War Criminal Ought to be Punished,” opinion editorial, The Fontana (CA) Herald News, July 26, 2001
• wrote “Ending Genocide,” Christian Social Action, September/October 2001

Gaurav Kampani (Spring 1997)
• co-wrote “Pakistan: Shift Away from Indo-Centricism?” (with Haider K. Nizamani) Dawn 2001
• wrote “Living With India’s Bomb: In Praise Of Indifference,” Orbis, Spring 2001
• wrote “Safety Concerns About the Command & Control of Pakistan’s Strategic Forces, Fissile Material, and Nuclear Installations,” CNS Web Report, September 28, 2001

Elise Keppler (Fall 1997)
• co-wrote Casting the Net? The Implications of the U.S. Law on Arms Brokering, Report published by the Arms and Conflict Program of the Fund for Peace (with Loretta Bondì), January 8, 2001
• provided research for and edited “Arms Trafficking: Closing the Net” A Test Case for Prosecution Under the U.S. Law on Arms Brokering, The Fund for Peace report, June 15, 2001
• wrote “The U.S. Amendment to the Arms Export Control Act: Preventing Human Rights Abuses by Regulating Arms Brokering,” Berkeley Journal of International Law, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2001

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• co-wrote “National Missile Defences and Arms Control After Clinton’s NMD Decision,” Disarmament Forum, 2001 (with Stephen W. Young)
• appeared on CNN’s “Inside Edition,” January 5, 2001
• wrote “End the Test Ban Limbo,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January/February 2001
• appeared on C-Span’s “Washington Journal,” February 12, 2001
• “Nuclear Testing: Policy Options for the New President,” Presentation for the AAAS Annual Meeting Symposium, February 16, 2001
• quoted in “White House Wants to Bury Pact Banning Tests of Nuclear Arms,” The New York Times, July 7, 2001
• appeared on “Seismic Sleuths in Universities and Research Institutions Keep Watch Around Globe,” The Osgood File, July 11, 2001
• quoted in “Pentagon Sets Ambitious Tests Of Missile Plan,” The New York Times, July 13, 2001
• quoted in “Bush Sounds Death Knell For Test Ban, Other Treaties,” The Associated Press, July 14, 2001
• quoted in “Genoa Summit Meeting: The Overview; Bush and Putin Tie Antimissile Talks To Big Arms Cuts,” The New York Times, July 23, 2001
• wrote “Arms Control and the New ‘War’,” Arms Control Today, October 2001
• wrote “Will Prudence Prevail?” Arms Control Today, November 2001
• quoted in “U.S. Seeks Changes in Germ War Pact.” New York Times, November 1, 2001
• wrote “Fuzzy Nuclear Math,” Arms Control Today, December 2001
• wrote “CTBT Rogue State?” Arms Control Today, December 2001

Michael Kraig (Fall 1998)
• principal editor for “Strengthening the Nonproliferation Regime: The Challenge of Regional Nuclear Arsenals,” Stanley Foundation report, February 2001
• co-editor of “Ballistic Missile Defense and Northeast Asian Security: Views from Washington, Beijing and Tokyo,” Stanley Foundation and Monterey Institute report, 2001

Christina Lindborg (Spring 1997)
• wrote “The EU Rapid Reaction Force: Europe Takes on a New Security Challenge,” BASIC Papers, August 2001, Number 37

Pat Ortmeyer (Fall 1994)
• wrote Nix MOX Bulletin Board, http://www.wand.org/issuesact/nixmox-index.html
• wrote “MOX: Who’s Cheering and Why,” WAND Bulletin, Spring 2001

Jessica Scanlan (Fall 2001)
• co-wrote “Physicians Group Calls on President to Maintain Congressional Role in Arms Sales, Sanctions,” PSR press release, September 24, 2001
• wrote “The War on Terrorism: The Implications of Lifting Military Sanctions on India and Pakistan,” PSR Issue Brief, October 6, 2001
• wrote “War on Terrorism: The Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan,” PSR Fact Sheet, October 10, 2001
• wrote “War on Terrorism: The United States’ New Allies,” PSR Issue Brief, October 17, 2001
• wrote “Landmines,” PSR Fact Sheet, October 17, 2001
• wrote “Arming Afghan Refugees in Pakistan,” PSR Issue Brief, November 2001
• wrote “The Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan: An Update,” PSR Fact Sheet, December 11, 2001

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• wrote “Reflections on the Clinton Presidency: The Arms Trade,” Weekly Defense Monitor, January 18, 2001
• wrote “Second Prepcom for 2001 Small Arms Conference Concludes,” Weekly Defense Monitor, January 25, 2001
• wrote “Small Arms Should Be on the Bush Agenda,” Weekly Defense Monitor, February 8, 2001
• wrote “Child Soldiers Released in Sudan, Still no U.S. Action,” Weekly Defense Monitor, March 1, 2001
• wrote “Bush Administration Fails First Landmines Test,” Weekly Defense Monitor, March 29, 2001
• wrote “Third UN Prepcom for Small Arms Conference Ends With Unresolved Issues,” Weekly Defense Monitor, April 5, 2001
• wrote “Bush Policy on Failed States is Lacking,” Weekly Defense Monitor, April 19, 2001
• wrote “Middle East Tackles Child Soldiers,” Weekly Defense Monitor, April 26, 2001
• wrote “U.S. Loses Spot on Human Rights Commission,” Weekly Defense Monitor, May 10, 2001
• wrote “Global Report on Child Soldiers Released,” Weekly Defense Monitor, June 14, 2001
• wrote “Case Studies on the Impact of Small Arms on War-Affected Children,” prepared for the UN Conference on the Illicit Trade in Small Arms in All its Aspects, July 2001
• wrote “UN Will Hold Conference on Small Arms,” Weekly Defense Monitor, July 5, 2001
• wrote “Small Arms Impact Children Around the World,” Weekly Defense Monitor, July 12, 2001
• wrote “UN Conference on Small Arms Concludes With Consensus,” Weekly Defense Monitor, July 26, 2001
• co-wrote “Attempts Made to Control Conflict Diamonds,” Weekly Defense Monitor, August 23, 2001
• wrote “U.S. Leads World In Arms Exports,” Weekly Defense Monitor, August 30, 2001
• wrote “United States Weakens Outcome of UN Small Arms and Light Weapons Conference,” Arms Control Today, September 2001
• wrote “Terrain, Taliban and Terrorists: Not Only Challenges to U.S. Forces in Afghanistan,” CDI web site, September 24, 2001
• wrote “Landmines Threaten Troops and Civilians,” Weekly Defense Monitor, September 25, 2001
• wrote”Unrestricted Arm Sales Not the Answer to Terror,” Defense News, September 26, 2001
• co-wrote “Use of Children as Soldiers,” Foreign Policy In Focus, October 2001
• co-wrote “Fatally Flawed? U.S. Policy Toward Failed States?” The Defense Monitor, October 2001
• wrote “What To Do With Afghanistan: Prospects for Stability,” The Defense Monitor, November 2001
• wrote “Putting Children First,” Background Report for the UN Conference on Small Arms, Biting the Bullet, December 2001
• wrote “Is U.S. Arming Future Adversaries Through Sales, Military Training?” Defense News, December 4, 2001
• wrote “Fourth Anniversary of Landmine Treaty Signing,” Weekly Defense Monitor, December 7, 2001

Masako Toki (Fall 2001)
• wrote “Resources for the 2001-02 NFISDA High School Debate Topic — ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’,” UCS web site guide, September 21, 2001
• wrote “US Ballistic Missile Defense Timeline,” UCS fact sheet, October 2, 2001
• created “National Missile Defense Resources on the Web,” UCS web index

Kelly Turner (Fall 2000)
• researched “The Uncertain Future of U.S.-Russian Cooperative Security,” by Kenneth Luongo, Arms Control Today, January/February 2001
• prepared summary of “Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Hearing: Department of Energy Nonproliferation Programs with Russia,” March 28, 2001
• prepared “Russia’s Nuclear Cooperation with Iran and China,” RANSAC Strategic Stability and Security Seminar, April 27, 2001
• co-wrote “Accomplishments of Selected Threat Reduction Programs in Russia, By Agency,” RANSAC report, May 2001
• prepared summary of Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities: FY 2002 Department of Energy’s Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Programs FY 2002, May 15, 2001
• prepared hearing summary of “Cooperative Threat Reduction, Chemical Weapons Demilitarization, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Nonproliferation Research and Engineering, and related programs, in review of the Defense Authorization Request for Fiscal Year 2002,” July 12, 2001

Luke Warren (Spring 1997)
• appeared on WNWS-FM, Jackson, TN, regarding the Bush Administration’s agenda on military spending, anti-missile systems and disarmament, January 19, 2001
• wrote “Osprey Program Is a Boondoggle” The Dallas Morning News op-ed, January 20, 2001
• quoted in an AP story on anti-missile system efforts by the Bush Administration, January 20, 2001
• quoted in The Washington Post on Clinton’s proposal to sell F-22s to Israel, January 20, 2001
• wrote “Unsafe At Any Speed,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette op-ed, February 26, 2001
• quoted in “Rep. Vitter Offers Three Missile Defense Bills,” Aerospace Daily, April 2, 2001
• appeared on KBOO FM in Portland, OR, discussing various arms control issues, April 18, 2001
• quoted in “Senate Panel Narrowly Backs Bolton as U.S. Arms Control Chief,” Bloomberg News, April 26, 2001
• quoted in “Threats to Army’s Crusader System Hit Home,” Minneapolis Star Tribune, April 27, 2001
• wrote “Human Rights and Weapons 1999: Records of Selected U.S. Arms Clients,” Council for a Livable World Education Fund report, May 2001
• appeared on WNWS-FM, Jackson, TN, regarding ABM system and the defense budget, May 3, 2001
• appeared on KWAB FM, Boulder, CO, regarding ABM systems, May 7, 2001
• appeared on WPKN FM, Bridgeport, CT, regarding ABM systems, May 7, 2001
• quoted in “Bush Unclear About Space Role in Missile Defense,” Space News, May 7, 2001
• quoted in CQ Daily Monitor, regarding weapons cuts, May 16, 2001
• quoted in Aerospace Daily, regarding how the change in Senate control may effect ABM system, May 24, 2001
• quoted in Dallas Morning News, regarding how the change in Senate control may effect ABM system, May 25, 2001
• co-wrote Providence Journal op-ed on ABM treaty and deterrence, May 21, 2001 (written with Victoria Samson)
• appeared on National Radio Project “Making Contact” (NPR program) run on over 100 stations, regarding Colombian arms sales, May 29, 2001
• quoted in “Supplemental Spending Request Gets it From Both Sides,” CQ Monitor News, June 5, 2001
• wrote “Same Old, Same Old: Report Finds U.S. Still Arming Abusive Governments at Alarming Rate,” Arms Trade Insider # 46, June 14, 2001
• interviewed on WIDR FM, Kalamazoo, MI, regarding human rights and weapons report, June 16, 2001
• co-wrote “The Joint Strike Fighter in the Middle East,” Middle East Report, Summer 2001 (with Erik Floden)
• interviewed on KPFA FM, Los Angeles, regarding human rights and weapons report, July 2, 2001
• quoted in Washington Post regarding ABM system booster delays, July 7, 2001
• interviewed on WMFU FM regarding human rights and weapons report, July 9, 2001
• quoted in El Mercurio (Santiago, Chile) regarding BWC protocol, July 26, 2001
• appeared on WPKN FM, Bridgeport, CT, regarding ABM test, August 13, 2001
• quoted in “Pentagon OKs Production of Fighter Jet Made by Lockheed Martin,” The Dallas Morning News, August 16, 2001
• quoted in “F-22 LRIP Decision Meets With Mixed Reactions, But Little Surprise,” Aerospace Daily, August 17, 2001
• appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio regarding military spending and ABM system, August 20, 2001
• interviewed on KEXP-FM (Seattle, WA) regarding human rights and weapons report, small arms, other arms trade reports, September 7, 2001
• appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio regarding arms trade, military budget, NMD, September 27, 2001
• quoted in “Pentagon Considers Selling $1.1 Billion Worth of Arms to Oman,” Dallas Morning News, October 6, 2001
• quoted in “Betting on Defense.” San Francisco Chronicle, October 14, 2001

Hisham Zerriffi (Fall 1995 Fellow)
• co-wrote “Magical Thinking” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March/April 2001 (with Arjun Makhijani and Annie Makhijani)