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Index to International Security : Volume 36 (Summer 2011–Spring 2012)

Index to International Security Index to International Security Volume 36 (Summer 2011–Spring 2012) Avey, Paul C., “Confronting Soviet Power: U.S. Policy during the Early Cold War,” 36.4 (Spring 2012), pp. 151–188. Beckley, Michael, “China’s Century? Why America’s Edge Will Endure,” 36.3 (Winter 2011/12), pp. 41–78. Ben Ouagrahm-Gormley, Sonia, “Barriers to Bioweapons: Intangible Obstacles to Proliferation,” 36.4 (Spring 2012), pp. 80–114. Bennett, Bruce W., and Jennifer Lind, “The Collapse of North Korea: Missions and Requirements,” 36.2 (Fall 2011), pp. 84–119. Betts, Richard K., “Correspondence: Civilians, Soldiers, and the Iraq Surge Decision” [re. Feaver 35.4], 36.3 (Winter 2011/12), p. 179. Blagden, David W., “Correspondence: Sea Powers, Continental Powers, and Balancing Theory” [re. Levy and Thompson 35.1], 36.2 (Fall 2011), pp. 190–197. Brands, Hal, and David Palkki, “Saddam, Israel, and the Bomb: Nuclear Alarmism Justiªed?” 36.1 (Summer 2011), pp. 134–166. Braut-Hegghammer, Målfrid, “Revisiting Osirak: Preventive Attacks and Nuclear Proliferation Risks,” 36.1 (Summer 2011), pp. 101–133. Brooks, Risa, “Muslim ‘Homegrown’ Terrorism in the United States: How Serious Is the Threat?” 36.2 (Fall 2011), pp. 7–47. Desch, Michael C., “Correspondence: Civilians, Soldiers, and the Iraq Surge Decision” [re. Feaver 35.4], 36.3 (Winter 2011/12), pp. 180–191. Duelfer, Charles A., and Stephen Benedict Dyson, “Chronic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Security MIT Press

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