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Series: RAND Monograph Report

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New Political Realities and the Gulf : Egypt, Syria, and Jordan by Mary E. Morris127
The Post-Soviet Archives : Organization, Access, and Declassification by Theodore Karasik150
Political Dynamics and Security in the Arabian Peninsula Through the 1990s by Joseph A. Kéchichian167
Russo-Japanese Relations and the Future of the U.S.-Japanese Alliance by H. Ögelman168
Security in North Africa : Internal and External Challenges by I. O. Lesser203
East European Security After the Cold War by F. Stephen Larrabee254
A League of Airmen : U.S. Air Power in the Gulf War by J. A. Winnefeld343
Air Campaign Against the Iraqi Army in the Kuwaiti Theater of Operations by Fred Frostic357
Where Environmental Concerns and Security Strategies Meet : Green Conflict in Asia and the Middle East by James A. Winnefeld378
The Indian Air Force : Trends and Prospects by George Tanham424
Utilization of the U.S. Telephone Network by Bridger M. Mitchell436
Snakes in the Eagle's Nest : A History of Ground Attacks on Air Bases by Alan Vick553
Universal Access to E-mail : Feasibility and Societal Implications by Robert H. Anderson650
Bomber R&D Since 1945 : The Role of Experience by Mark A. Lorell670
Oman and the World : The Emergence of an Independent Foreign Policy by Joseph A. Kéchichian680
Linking Sustainable Community Activities to Pollution Prevention : A Sourcebook by Beth E. Lachman855
Preparing for Korean Unification : Scenarios & Implications by Jonathan D. Pollack1040
Security in the Nation's Capital and the Closure of Pennsylvania Avenue : An Assessment by Bruce Hoffman1293
The Global Technology Revolution : Bio/Nano/Materials Trends and Their Synergies with Information Technology by 2015 by Philip S. Antón1307
The Closing and Reuse of the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard by Ron Hess1364
European Contributions to Operation Allied Force : Implications for Transatlantic Cooperation by John E. Peters1391
Disjointed War : Military Operations in Kosovo, 1999 by Bruce R. Nardulli1406
Australian Foreign and Defense Policy in the Wake of the 1999/2000 East Timor Intervention by Peter Chalk1409

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