2008 Publications

Articles, Reports, Media Appearances, etc., written or researched by current and former Scoville Fellows in 2008 (Year of Fellowship in parenthesis)

E. Scott Adler (Spring 1989)
• co-wrote “Intended Consequences: Jurisdictional Reform and Issue Control in the U.S. House of Representatives,” Legislative Studies Quarterly 33: 85-112, February 2008

Toby Berkman (Spring 2004)
• co-wrote “Pakistan Needs An Effective Legal System,” Los Angeles Times op-ed, June 28, 2008

Michael Bhatia (Fall 2000)
• co-wrote Afghanistan, Arms and Conflict: Armed Groups, Disarmament and Security in a Post-War Society, Routledge, 2008

Nick Birnback (Fall 1992)
• quoted in “Pressures Mount on UN Peacekeeping,” Financial Times, May 16 2008
• quoted in “UN Envoy Rejects US Charge About South Sudan,” Reuters, June 18, 2008

Philipp Bleek (Fall 1999)
• wrote “Deterring, Compelling, and Cooperating with States to Bar Non-State Routes to the Bomb,” Center for Strategic and International Studies Project on Nuclear Issues 2007 Conference Series Papers, April 2008
• co-wrote “Minimizing Civil Highly-Enriched Uranium Stocks by 2015: A Forward-Looking Assessment of U.S.-Russian Cooperation,” in The Future of the Nuclear Security Environment 2015, U.S. National Academy of Sciences and Russian Academy of Sciences, published in English and Russian, Spring 2008
•  wrote “Nuclear Weapons, Strategic Stability, and Conflict between India and Pakistan,” Delhi Policy Group, spring 2008

Alex Bollfrass (Spring 2007)
•  wrote “Arms Control and Proliferation Profile: Iran, North Korea,” Arms Control Association website, January 2008
• wrote “The US-German Tactical Nuclear Weapons Dilemma,” Henry L. Stimson Center website, October 30 , 2008

Rebecca Bornstein (Spring 2008)
•  co-wrote “Natural Hazards and Homeland Security: An Expectation to Protect?” Spotlight Analysis, Henry L. Stimson Center website, May 23, 2008
• provided research and analysis and wrote drafts of sections of New Information and Intelligence Needs in the 21st Century Threat Environment, Henry L. Stimson Center Report, September 2008

Kasia Bzdak (Fall 2007)
• wrote “Missile Defense in Poland: Not a Done Deal,” FAS Strategic Security Blog, March 26, 2008
• wrote “U.S. Mistakes in Iraq Weapons Transfers Could Have Been Avoided,” World Politics Review commentary, April 17, 2008

Devon Chaffee (Spring 2002)
• wrote “Twisting the Law on Torture,” Washington Post letter to the editor, February 23, 2008

Molly Clark Dunigan (Fall 2002)
• co-wrote “Private Forces in the New Milennium: Domestic & International Regulatory Options to Ensure the Effective Use of Private Military & Security Companies in the Face of Changing Warfare.” In James Forest and Isaiah Wilson III., eds., Handbook of Defence Politics: International and Comparative Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2008

John Feffer (Spring 1988)
• wrote “Eyeing Burma,” Inter Press Service, January 18, 2008
• wrote “The Big Yam,” The Nation, January 31, 2008
• wrote “Hardliners Target Detente with North Korea,” Foreign Policy In Focus, February 11, 2008
• wrote “Asia’s Hidden Arms Race,” TomDispatch, February 12, 2008
• wrote “Postcard From…Brussels,” Foreign Policy In Focus, February 28, 2008
• wrote “Memorializing Iraq,” Foreign Policy In Focus, March 19, 2008
wrote “Talking Peace, Preparing for War,” Inter Press Service, April 14, 2008
•  wrote “What Lee Can Learn from Bush,” Korea Times, April 15, 2008
• wrote “Postcard from Sarajevo,” Foreign Policy In Focus, May 5, 2008
• wrote “The Way to a Just Foreign Policy,” Yes! Magazine, Summer 2008
• wrote “Foreign Policy For Obama Should Be Approached With A Broad Vision,” Vernon County (WI) Broadcaster op-ed,
November 26, 2008

Barb Guy (Fall 1991)
• wrote “After Hijacking the Country For Almost Eight Years, Bush is Finally Irrelevant,” Salt Lake Tribune, May 28, 2008
• wrote “Women Don’t Be Fooled – Sarah Palin is a Bridge to Nowhere,” SAlt Lake Tribune, September 21, 2008
• wrote “I (heart) Barack Obama,” Salt Lake Tribune, September 28, 2008

Danny Hosein (Fall 2007)
• co-wrote “Dealing with Iran’s Hardliners,” Foreign Policy In Focus, April 4, 2008

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• quoted in “Look Out Below. The Arms Race in Space May Be On,” New York Times, March 9, 2008
• quoted in “State Department Asks Congress To Keep Quiet About Details of Deal,” Washington Post, May 9, 2008
• quoted in “McCain Signals Desire to See Reduction in Nuclear Arms,” Washington Post, May 28, 2008
• quoted in “Nuclear Designs Found With Smugglers Spur U.S. Fears,” Reuters June 16, 2008
• quoted in “U.S. Welcomes India-IAEA Nuclear Oversight Agreement; Critics Warn That India Put in Loopholes,” Associated Press, July 10, 2008
• quoted in “U.S., India Sign Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement,” Washington Post, October 10, 2008
• wrote “Change Nuclear Weapons Policy? Yes, We Can,” Foreign Policy In Focus, November 25, 2008

Brian Klein (Fall 2008)
• co-wrote “Debunking the Damage Limitation Strategy,” UCS Memorandum to Members of the Congressional Strategic Posture Review Commission, December 15, 2008

Michael Kraig (Fall 1998)
• wrote “Change Mideast Policy — It’s Rooted In Delusion,” Des Moines Register, June 21, 2008
• quoted in “Foreign Policy Analyst Michael Kraig: Challenge Iran With Diplomacy, Not Arms,” Palm Beach Daily News,
October 25, 2008

Chris Lindborg (Spring 1997)
• co-wrote “NATO Nuclear Sharing: Opportunity for Change?” BASIC Getting to Zero Papers, No. 9, October 1, 2008

Andrew Prosser (Spring 2004)
• presented “Nuclearization and its Discontents: Status, Security, and the Pathways to Nuclear Reversal,” Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, March 26-29, 2008

Kingston Reif (Spring 2008)
• wrote “UK’s Nonproliferation Plea Deceiving,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, January 29, 2008
• wrote “Highlights of Congressional Action on National Security in 2007,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, February 1, 2008
• wrote “NATO and Nuclear Weapons,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, February 10, 2008
• wrote “Why Congress Should Press the Case for No Permanent Presence in Iraq,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, February 15, 2008
• wrote “Rice’s Reassurances on India-NSG Negotiations Not Very Reassuring,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, February 16, 2008
• wrote “Experts Outline “10 First Steps” to Reduce U.S. Nuclear Arsenal,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, February 23, 2008
• wrote “Ballistic Missile Defense: An Update,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, March 4, 2008
• wrote “Highlights of House Hearing on Missile Defense,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, March 11, 2008
• wrote “Why Missile Defense Upsets Russia,” Washington Post letter to the editor, March 18, 2008
• co-wrote “Why the U.S.-India Nuclear Accord is a Bad Deal,” Survival 50:2 April-May 2008
• wrote “On 25th Anniversary of “Star Wars” Cheney’s Missile Defense Claims Don’t Add Up,” Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, April 3, 2008
• wrote “Highlights of Second House Hearing on Missile Defense,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, April 24, 2008
• wrote “Highlights of Third House Hearing on Missile Defense,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, May 6, 2008
• wrote “Arms Control and Nonproliferation Highlights of the Bush Administration’s FY2009 Budget Request,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, May 7, 2008
• wrote “Highlights of House and Senate Committee Action on Missile Defense,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, May 12, 2008
• wrote “Missile Defense Highlights of House Armed Services Committee Mark-Up of H.R. 5658,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, May 20, 2008
• wrote “Growing Economic Ties Better Deterrence.” Washington Times letter to the editor, May 29, 2008
$ wrote “Missile Defense Monitor,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, May 30, 2008
• wrote “Australian Prime Minister Calls for Nuke Commission, Reiterates Position on Nuke Trade with India,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, June 10, 2008
• wrote “Nuclear Arms Control and Nonproliferation Highlights of SIPRI Yearbook 2008,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, June 11, 2008
• wrote “Missile Defense Monitor,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, June 16, 2008
• wrote “Perhaps the U.S. India Nuclear Deal Isn’t Dead After All?” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, June 20, 2008
• wrote “Even Petraeus Can’t Find the Endgame in 3 Pages,” Iraq Insider Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, June 25, 2008
• wrote “Bush Administration Continues to Neglect Arms Control and Nonproliferation,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, June 26, 2008
• wrote “Dueling Headlines – What Gives?” Iraq Insider Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation website, July 3, 2008
• wrote “Fact Sheet on Strengthening Arms Control and Nonproliferation,” Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, July 3, 2008
• wrote “Iran Can Be Deterred,” Washington Times letter to the editor, July 10, 2008
• wrote “U.S.-India Nuclear Deal Update,” Nukes of Hazard Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation website, July 11, 2008
• co-wrote “The Rush to a Flawed Nuclear Deal,” Washington Post letter to the editor, July 12, 2008
• co-wrote “New Delhi’s Nuclear Gains,” Wall Street Journal Asia letter to the editor, July 30, 2008
• wrote “Put the Brakes on India’s Nukes,” Asheville Citizen Times, August 30, 2008
• co-wrote “Time to Rethink Missile Defense,” Defense News, October 20, 2008
• co-wrote Strengthening U.S. Security Through Non-Proliferation and Arms Control: Recommendations for the Obama Administration, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation report, December 17, 2008

Travis Sharp (Fall 2006)
• wrote “Our $70 Billion Lump of Coal,” op-ed Topeka-Capital Journal, January 11, 2008
• wrote “High-Tech Guns,” letter to the editor, New York Times online January 16, 2008
• wrote “Budget Dumps War On Next Administration,” op-ed Politico, February 6, 2008
• quoted in “Anti-Nuke Youth: The Next Generation,” WireTap Magazine, April 2008
•  quoted in “The Trillion-Dollar War,” Reason Magazine, May 2008
•  quoted in “Kaine Letter Slams Navy’s Study to Move Warships to Mayport,” Virginian-Pilot, May 28, 2008
•  wrote “Chess vs Checkers: Iraq, National Security and the Presidential Candidates,” Foreign Policy In Focus, July 17, 2008
• interviewed about Iraq on CNN Situation Room, August 19, 2008
• quoted in “Lawmakers’ Influence Felt in Destroyer Decision,” Boston Globe, August 20, 2008
• quoted in “With White House Push, U.S. Arms Sales Jump,” New York Times, September 13, 2008
• wrote “Tying U.S. Defense Spending to GDP: Bad Logic, Bad Policy,” Parameters (U.S. Army War College Quarterly), Autumn 2008
• wrote “Goodbye to Defense’s Gilded Age?” Foreign Policy In Focus, October 15, 2008
• quoted in “A Loosely Drawn American Victory,” New York Times, November 28, 2008

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• co-wrote “Failing the Failed: The Bush Administration and Failed States,” Harvard International Review, Volume 29, Issue 4, Winter 2008
• wrote “Questionable Reward: Arms Sales and the War on Terrorism,” Arms Control Today, January/February 2008
• co-wrote “The Small Arms Trade in Latin America,” North American Congress on Latin America Report on the Americas, March/April 2008
• quoted in “111 Nations, Minus the U.S., Agree to Cluster-Bomb Ban,” Washington Post, May 29, 2008
• quoted in “Butter Battles, But Guns Sell,” CQ Weekly, October 12, 2008

Alex Stolar (Spring 2007)
• wrote “To The Brink: Indian Decision-Making and the 2001-2002 Standoff,” Henry L. Stimson Center Report, February 2008
• provided research for Better Safe than Sorry: The Ironies of Living with the Bomb by Michael Krepon, Stanford Security Studies, December 16, 2008

Amy Buenning Sturm (Spring 2006)
• wrote “Darmstadt Throws Farewell Fest for U.S. Garrison,” www.army.mil, June 5, 2008

Masako Toki (Fall 2001)
• wrote “Under Fukuda, Japan Accelerates Ballistic Missile Defense Cooperation with the United States,” WMD Insights, February 2008
• wrote “Japan and the Future of Nuclear Disarmament,” Foreign Policy In Focus, July 2, 2008
• co-wrote “Japan’s Struggle to Limit Illegal Dual-Use Exports,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Newsletter September 5, 2008