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Princeton Project on National Security
WORKING PAPERS

Commissioned for the
Princeton Project launch conference

U.S. National Security Strategy Lenses and Landmarks by Richard K. Betts


Commissioned by the
Grand Strategic Choices working group

Non-Military Strategies for Countering Islamist Terrorism: Lessons Learned from Past Counterinsurgencies by Kurt M. Campbell and Richard Weitz

Dealing with the Collapse of a Nuclear-Armed State by Michael O'Hanlon

The Use of Preventive Force as an Element of US National Strategy by James Steinberg


Commissioned by the
State Security & Transnational Threats working group

The Evolving Threat from Militant Jihadist Groups; a Discussion of Underlying Causes; Some Thoughts on the Future of Terrorism and Some Policy Recommendations by Peter Bergen

Transnational Threats to National Security: Daniel Deudney's Case Against Linking Environmental Degradation and National Security by David P. Fidler


Commissioned by the
Reconstruction & Development working group

Stability, State-Building and Development Assistance: an outside perpsective by Ashraf Ghani, Michael Carnahan and Clare Lockhart


Commissioned by the
Anti-Americanism working group

Anti-Americanism and the Pursuit of Politics by Russell A. Berman

The Economic Impact of Anti-Americanism by Nusrat Choudhury

Reinvigorating U.S. Diplomacy: A Review of Recent Studies by Matthew Moneyhon

Anti-Americanism and Violence by Carl Robichaud and Rachel Goldbrenner

Documenting the Phenomenon of Anti-Americanism by Nicole Speulda


Commissioned by the
Relative Threat Assessment working group

Relative Threat Assessment Working Group Background Briefing Paper by Dara Kay Cohen

Strategic Planning for U.S. National Security: A Project Solarium for the 21st Century by Michèle A. Flournoy and Shawn W. Brimley

The Uses of Threat Assessment in Historical Perspective: Perception, Misperception and Political Will by Christopher Preble

Commissioned by the
Foreign Policy Infrastructure & Global Institutions working group

The Democracy Bureaucracy: The Infrastructure of American Democracy Promotion by Thomas O. Melia

Reform and Innovation in Stabilization, Reconstruction and Development by William L. Nash and Ciara Knudsen

Intelligence Reform: Progress, Remaining Deficiencies, and Next Steps by Jordan Tama

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