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Working Papers

Title: Rape as Genocide: The Legal Response to Sexual Violence
Authors: Frances Pilch
Date: September 2002

Title: Onward, Liberal Soldiers? The Crusading Logic of Bush's Grand Strategy and What Is Wrong with It
Authors: Edward Rhodes
Date: June 2002

Title: Conference-Workshop on the Northern European Initiative
Authors: Edward Rhodes
Date: June 2002

Title: Reevaluating the "Catalytic" Effect of IMF Programs
Authors: Martin S. Edwards
Date: January 2000

Title: Forward Presence and Peacetime "Shaping"
Authors: Jonathan DiCicco, Sarah Milburn, Edward Rhodes, Tom Walker
Date: January 2000

Title: Review Of Empirical Studies Of Conventional Deterrence
Authors: Ed Rhodes
Date: January 1999

Title: The Ethics of Research of the Private Nuclear Strategists
Authors: Roy E. Licklider
Date: December 1979