2002 Publications

Articles, Reports, Media Appearances, etc., written or researched by current and former Scoville Fellows in 2002 (Year of Fellowship in parenthesis)

E. Scott Adler (Spring 1989)
• wrote Why Congressional Reforms Fail: Reelection and the House Committee System, University of Chicago Press, June 2002
• wrote “New Issues, New Members: Committee Composition and the Transformation of Issue Agendas on the House Banking and Public Works Committees,’ chapter in Policy Dynamics, eds. Frank Baumgartner and Bryan Jones, University of Chicago Press, 2002

David Andersen (Fall 1995)
• “Learning and Foreign Policy: An Experimental Approach,” presented at International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, March 2002
• “Learning and U.S. Post-Cold War Nuclear Policy,” presented at American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, September 2002

Yurika Ayukawa (Fall 1996)
• quoted in “Japan Ratifies Global Warming Pact, and Urges U.S. Backing,” New York Times, June 5, 2002

Eva Blaszczynski (Spring 2001)
• wrote “Biological Weapons Convention: Bush Administration Says No to Verification Protocol,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, February 2002

Philipp Bleek (Fall 1999)
• wrote “Nuclear Posture Review Released, Stresses Flexible Force Planning,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2002
• wrote “Threat Reduction Boosted By Policy Review, Spending Bills,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2002
• wrote “U.S., Russia Complete START I Reductions,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2002
• wrote “Report Says U.S. Studying New Nuclear Capabilities,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2002
• wrote “U.S., Russia Agree to Codify Nuclear Reductions,” Arms Control Today, March 2002
• wrote “Bush Administration Reaffirms Negative Security Assurances,” Arms Control Today, March 2002
• wrote “Democrats Criticize Nuclear Posture Review,” Arms Control Today, March 2002
• wrote “Threat Reduction Funding Increase Requested,” Arms Control Today, March 2002
• wrote “U.S., Russian Companies Tentatively Agree on ‘HEU Deal’,” Arms Control Today, March 2002
• wrote “U.S. to Continue Plutonium Disposition Pact With Russia,” Arms Control Today, March 2002
• wrote “Report Evaluates Russian Nuclear Weapons Security,” Arms Control Today, March 2002
• wrote “Nuclear Posture Review Leaks; Outlines Targets, Contingencies,” Arms Control Today, April 2002
• wrote “Energy Department to Study Modifying Nuclear Weapons,” Arms Control Today, April 2002
• wrote “Bush Endorses Legally Binding Nuclear Arms Deal With Russia,” Arms Control Today, April 2002
• wrote “Foster Panel Calls for Reducing Nuclear Test Preparation Time,” Arms Control Today, April 2002
• wrote “Lugar Seeks to Expand Threat Reduction’s Reach,” Arms Control Today, April 2002
• wrote “U.S. and Russia at Odds Over Strategic Reductions Agreement,” Arms Control Today, May 2002
• wrote “Bush Refuses to Certify Russian Chem-Bio Compliance,” Arms Control Today, May 2002
• wrote “DOE, South Carolina Deadlocked Over Plutonium Shipments,” Arms Control Today, May 2002
• wrote “New Nuclear Arms Treaty: Not a Final Step by Any Means” Global Beat Synducate, May 20, 2002
• wrote “U.S., Russia Sign Treaty Cutting Deployed Nuclear Forces,” Arms Control Today, June 2002
• wrote “U.S., Russia Issue Statement on Strategic Cooperation,” Arms Control Today, June 2002
• wrote “U.S. Officials Claim Russia Preparing for Nuclear Test,” Arms Control Today, June 2002
• wrote wrote “Keeping Nuclear Weapons Out of Terrorist Hands” Global Beat Syndicate, October 1, 2002
• co-wrote “Korea’s “Nukes of October” Give Bush a Chance to Reshape His Presidency” Global Beat Syndicate, October 28, 2002

Fleur Burke (Spring 2001)
• wrote How Little is Enough? U.S. End-Use Monitoring and Oversight of the Weapons Trade, CDI Research Report, January 2002
• co-wrote “Monitoring, Oversight of Weapons Trade Even More Important Today,” op-ed, Defense News, 2002 (with Rachel Stohl)
• co-wrote “How Little is Enough? U.S. End-Use Monitoring and Oversight of the Weapons Trade,” The Defense Monitor, August 2002 (with Rachel Stohl)

Devon Chaffee (Spring 2002)
• wrote “Lifting Restrictions on Aid to Colombia,” Weekly Defense Monitor, April 11, 2002
• wrote “Nuclear Disarmament Efforts Evaluated at NPT PrepCom,” The Defense Monitor, May 2002
• wrote “Limiting Nuclear War Risk Will Never Be Outdated,”letter to the editor, The Wall Street Journal, May 17, 2002
• wrote “Crucial Nonproliferation Assistance to Russia Hangs in The Balance, Again,” Weekly Defense Monitor, May 30, 2002
• wrote “Bush’s Cuba Policy Under Fire,” Weekly Defense Monitor, May 30, 2002
• wrote “United States and North Korea to Resume Talks,” Weekly Defense Monitor, June 20, 2002
• wrote “G-8 Pledges $20 million for WMD Threat Reduction,” Weekly Defense Monitor, July 11, 2002
• wrote “Congress Critiques New Arms Control Treaty,” Weekly Defense Monitor, July 18, 2002
• wrote “Study Shows Military Attack Against Iraq Not Justified,” www.wagingpeace.org
September 20, 2002
• wrote “Peaceful Tomorrow: Organization of Family Members of Sept. 11th Victims Speak Out at NAPF Event,” wagingpeace.org September 26, 2002
• wrote “Bush Abandons Biological Weapons Inspection Agreement,” wagingpeace.org September 27, 2002
• wrote “A Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Symposium on International Law and the Quest for Security,” wagingpeace.org September 29, 2002
• wrote “United Nations Launches Study on Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Education,” wagingpeace.org October 11, 2002
• wrote “North Korea and the Bush Administration’s Proliferation Folly: Nuclear Admission
Demonstrates Militarism is not a Solution,” wagingpeace.org October 21, 2002
• co-wrote “Law Triumphs over Force – For the Moment U.N. Iraq Resolution Does Not Authorize Use of Force,” wagingpeace.org November 9, 2002
• wrote “U.S. Defense Bill Funds Study for a New Nuclear Weapon,” wagingpeace.orgNovember 25, 2002
• wrote “Deploy First. Develop Later? Why Bush’s Plan to Deploy Flawed Missile Defense Meets Little Resistance,” wagingpeace.org December 20, 2002

Martha Clark (Fall 2002)
• wrote “The Bush Doctrine: Preemption and Dominance: The National Security Strategy of the United States of America,” PSR Fact Sheet, October 2002
• wrote “Doctrine of Global Hegemony and Preemption: The National Security
Strategy of the United States of America,” PSR Issue Brief, October 22, 2002
• wrote “How We Got Here: Post-Gulf War U.N. Security Council Resolutions Pertaining to Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction,” PSR Fact Sheet, November 2002
• wrote “Bush Administration Missile Defense Deployment Linked to Preemptive Counterproliferation Policies,” PSR Fact Sheet, December 18, 2002
• wrote “The North Korean Nuclear Program,” PSR Fact Sheet, 2002

Jon Davis (Fall 2002)
• co-wrote “Risking a Repeat: Export Controls and Post-Conflict Iraq,” part of New Angles on Iraq: View of the Stimson Center’s Experts, October 2002
• co-wrote “Export Controls and Post-Conflict Reality, Again,” op-ed, Defense News, November 4, 2002

Jon Elliston (Fall 1993)
• wrote “Bomb School,” and “The Truth About Harvey Point,” The Independent, June 5, 2002
• wrote “The Anti-Warriors,” The Independent, November 27, 2002

John Feffer (Spring 1988)
• wrote “Globalization and Militarization,” Foreign Policy In Focus, February 2002
• wrote “Bush’s Hard-Line Stance on North Korea is Shortsighted,” The Progressive Media Project, February 21, 2002
• wrote “Osama bin Laden’s Secret Strategy,” Global Beat Syndicate, February 25, 2002
• wrote “Bush Policy Undermines Progress on Korean Peninsula,” Foreign Policy In Focus, March 2002
• wrote ” The Politics of Dog: When Globalization and Culinary Practice Clash,” The American Prospect, May 14, 2002
• edited Living In Hope: People Challenging Globalization, Zed Books, September 2002
• wrote “Responding to North Korea’s Surprises,” Foreign Policy In Focus, October 24, 2002

Chris Gagne (Spring 1999)
• co-edited “The Impact of U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense on Southern Asia,” Stimson Center Report 46, July 2002

Youliana Ivanova (Spring 2002)
• wrote “Bulgaria Reaffirms Plan to Destroy SS-23s,” CNS website, May 6, 2002
• wrote “Bulgaria: Goodbye Missile, Hello NATO,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September/October 2002

Gaurav Kampani (Spring 1997)
• wrote “India’s Compellance Strategy: Calling Pakistan’s Nuclear Bluff Over Kashmir,” CNS web site, March 2002
• wrote “Placing the Indo-Pakistani Standoff in Perspective,” CNS Web Report, April 8, 2002
• wrote “Second Tier Proliferation: The Case of Pakistan and North Korea” The Nonproliferation Review, Fall/Winter 2002

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• wrote “New Strategic Experiment,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2002
• wrote “Name-Calling or Nonproliferation?” Arms Control Today, March 2002
• wrote “A Good Deal That Must Be Honored,” Arms Control Today, April 2002
• wrote “The Test Moratorium’s Uncertain Future,” Arms Control Today, May 2002
• participated in “Progress and Challenges in Denuclearizing North Korea,” ACA Press Conference, Arms Control Today, May 2002
• quoted in “Treaty Means As Much Politically As Militarily,” The Washington Post, May 14, 2002
• wrote “A Beginning, Not an End,” Arms Control Today, June 2002
• wrote “Do As I Say, Not As I Do,” Arms Control Today, July/August 2002
• wrote “The Task of Disarming Iraq,” Arms Control Today, September 2002
• wrote “Prevention, Not Pre-emption,” Arms Control Today, October 2002
• wrote “Disarmament Through Diplomacy,” Arms Control Today, November 2002
• participated in “Disarming Iraq: How Weapons Inspections Can Work,” An ACA Press Conference, Arms Control Today, November 2002
• wrote “National Insecurity Strategy,” Arms Control Today, December 2002

Michael Kraig (Fall 1998)
• co-wrote “Nuclear-tipped Foolishness,” Foreign Policy in Focus, May 21, 2002

Regina Lennox (Fall 2002)
• compiled a weekly update on terrorism prevention-related events
http://www.armscontrolcenter.org/terrorism/Weekly/index.html Fall 2002

Jessica Scanlan (Fall 2001)
• co-wrote “Regulation of .50 Caliber Sniper Rifles,” PSR Issue Brief, January 2002
• wrote “Guns Shows: Toy Stores for Terrorists” PSR Issue Brief, January 2002
• wrote “Arms for Allies: U.S. Military Policy Since September 11,” PSR Issue Brief, February 6, 2002
• wrote “The Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan: An Update,” PSR Fact Sheet, February 11, 2002
• wrote “Increases in Military Training and Arms Transfers Since September 11,” PSR Issue Brief, April 2002
• wrote “Small Arms and Light Weapons: The Basic Facts,” PSR Fact Sheet, April 2002
• wrote “Small Arms: U.S. Policy and the Role of the Medical Community,” PSR Fact Sheet, April 2002

Ingrid Staudenmeyer (Spring 2002)
• wrote summary of “Seminar 1: U.S.-Russian Relations in the post-September 11 World,” RANSAC Congressional Strategic Stability and Security Seminar Series, April 19, 2002
• wrote summary of “Seminar 2: A Decade of Nunn-Lugar: U.S.-Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction and Nonproliferation Cooperation,” RANSAC Congressional Strategic Stability and Security Seminar Series, May 17, 2002
• wrote “Summary and Accomplishments of the Bush-Putin Presidential Summit, May 2002,” RANSAC Fact Sheet, June 2002
• wrote summary of “Seminar 3: Proliferation Dangers in Russia’s Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Weapons Complexes,” RANSAC Congressional Strategic Stability and Security Seminar Series, June 14, 2002
• wrote summary of “Seminar 4: A Briefing on the Dangers and Benefits of Russia’s International Nuclear Cooperation,” RANSAC Congressional Strategic Stability and Security Seminar Series, July 19, 2002

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• wrote “Child Soldiers Treaty Enters into Force,” Weekly Defense Monitor, February 14, 2002
• co-wrote “Monitoring, Oversight of Weapons Trade Even More Important Today,” op-ed, Defense News, 2002 (with Fleur Burke)
• wrote “Targeting Children; Small Arms and Children in Conflict,” The Brown Journal of World Affairs, Spring 2002
• wrote “Senate Holds Hearing on Child Soldiers Treaty,” Weekly Defense Monitor, March 28, 2002
• wrote “U.S. Regains Seat on Human Rights Commission,” Weekly Defense Monitor, May 9, 2002
• wrote “UN Holds Special Session on Children,” Weekly Defense Monitor, May 23, 2002
• wrote “U.S. Senate Ratifies Child Soldiers Treaty,” Weekly Defense Monitor, June 27, 2002
• wrote “Small Arms Continue to Proliferate,” Weekly Defense Monitor, August 1, 2002
• co-wrote “How Little is Enough? U.S. End-Use Monitoring and Oversight of the Weapons Trade,” The Defense Monitor, August 2002 (with Fleur Burke)
• wrote “Global Arms Sales Fall, But U.S. has Most Exports,” Weekly Defense Monitor, August 29, 2002
• wrote “Landmines Remain a Threat,” Weekly Defense Monitor, October 24, 2002
• wrote “Children Used as Soldiers in Iraq,” Weekly Defense Monitor, November 7, 2002
• wrote “Landmines and UXO Endanger Iraqi Population,” Weekly Defense Monitor, November 14, 2002
• wrote “Lessons Learned: Using Landmines in a War with Iraq,” Weekly Defense Monitor, November 21, 2002

Hisham Zerriffi (Fall 1995)
• co-wrote “Electricity and Conflict: Advantages of a Distributed System,” Electricity Journal, January/February 2002