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Research and Publications

GPPAG faculty and affiliated colleagues research issues in the range of global security issues and public policy. The research is typically based in the social sciences disciplines, using a range of methods and with some focus on policy issues and implications. In addition to faculty publications, this site will also feature working papers from graduate students in GPPAG based on their thesis projects. Please contact the individual faculty for further information or access to the original research.

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Recent Publications

Articles


Chapters


Book Reviews


Public Policy Commentary


Working Papers


Complex Operations Case Studies Series


Current Projects

Recognizing Patterns of Anomie that Set the Conditions for Insurgency


Complex Operations Wiki


 

Recent Publications
Articles

Augier, M. (2013). Thinking about war and peace: Andrew Marshall and the early development of the intellectual foundations for net assessment. Comparative Strategy 32 (1), 1-17.

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Chapters

Augier, M. & McNab, R. M. (2011). New security economics: A challenge for future leaders. In J. Belanger & P. Lew (Eds.), Developing the next generation of military leaders: Challenges, imperatives and strategies. Ontario: Canadian Defense Academy Press.

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Book Reviews

Guttieri, K. (2009). A paradise built in hell: The extraordinary communities that arise in disaster. [Book review]. The review ( PDF) is available on the website of the Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute (PKSOI).

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Public Policy Commentary

Christman, W. L. (2010, January). Framing NATO’s engagement with China. The Atlantic Community. View Article

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Working Papers

Christman, W. L. (2011). Organizational communication and multinational security cooperation: Lessons from NATO's partnership for peace. Working paper, Global Public Policy Academic Group, Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA.

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Complex Operations Case Studies Series

A 2008 United States Institute of Peace study titled "Sharing the Space" specifically noted the need for case studies and lessons...

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Current Projects
Recognizing Patterns of Anomie that Set the Conditions for Insurgency

This project seeks to identify potential interrelations between anomie— the loss of compelling norms that enable populations to meaningfully interpret social change — and the support of and participation in non-state armed groups. Learn more...

Complex Operations Wiki

Collaborative tool for training, planning, designing, and executing in topics such as Counterinsurgency (COIN), Stability, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction (SSTR) and Irregular warfare operations. Learn More...

Other Material
SAGE

SAGE is the Initiative on Security and Globalizations Effects. Maintained by GPPAG Faculty, Dr. Karen Guttieri, it serves as a multidisciplinary institution to foster joint, inter-agency, and international cooperation in the area of civil-military relations. The SAGE Initiative's cooperative programs aim to foster innovation, to nurture future leaders, and to promote conflict prevention and mitigation. 

To access the Drupal site maintained by GPPAG Faculty, Dr. Karen Guttieri, please contact Dr. Guttieri. 

Civil Affairs Research Inventory

In connection with the recent efforts regarding a Civil Affairs Center and School on the Monterey Peninsula, Karen Guttieri of Global Public Policy Academic Group and Greta E. Marlatt of the Dudley Knox Library compiled a sampling of NPS research, published theses, and current projects on Civil Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School in various chosen categories.

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