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RAND (Reaserch and Development — исследования и разработка).

Мощный аналитически центр (think tank) США. Близок к республиканской партии США, и военно воздушным силам.

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  • Troubled Partnership U.S.-Turkish Relations in an Era of Global Geopolitical Change. F. Stephen Larrabee
  • The Iraq effect. The Middle East After the Iraq War. Frederic Wehrey, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Jessica Watkins, Jeffrey Martini, Robert A. Guffey
  • RAND in Southeast Asia. A History of the Vietnam War Era. Mai Elliott
  • Understanding Commanders’ Information Needs for Influence Operations. Eric V. Larson, Richard E. Darilek, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Forrest E. Morgan, Brian Nichiporuk, Diana Dunham-Scott, Cathryn Quantic Thurston, Kristin J. Leuschner
  • Preparing and Training for the Full Spectrum of Military Challenges. Insights from the Experiences of China, France, the United Kingdom, India, and Israel. David E. Johnson, Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Roger Cliff, M. Wade Markel, Laurence Smallman, Michael Spirtas
  • Security in Iraq. A Framework for Analyzing Emerging Threats as U.S. Forces Leave. David C. Gompert, Terrence K. Kelly, Jessica Watkins
  • Security, At What Cost? Quantifying people’s trade-offs across liberty, privacy and security. Neil Robinson, Dimitris Potoglou, Chong Woo Kim, Peter Burge, Richard Warnes
  • Toward Affordable Systems. Portfolio Analysis and Management for Army Science and Technology Programs. Brian G. Chow, Richard Silberglitt, Scott Hiromoto
  • Cyberdeterrence and cyberwar. Martin C. Libicki
  • Corporations and Counterinsurgency. William Rosenau, Peter Chalk, Renny McPherson, Michelle Parker, Austin Long
  • The Phoenix Program and Contemporary Counterinsurgency. William Rosenau, Austin Long
  • Barriers to the Broad Dissemination of Creative Works in the Arab World. Lowell H. Schwartz, Todd C. Helmus, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Nadia Oweidat (WTC.Рахман)
  • Polarization and RAND. A House Divided. James Thomson
  • Thinking about America’s defense. An Analytical Memoir. Glenn A. Kent with David Ochmanek, Michael Spirtas, Bruce R. Pirnie
  • Perspectives of Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers on the Detection and Prevention of Corporate Misdeeds. What the Policy Community Should Know. Conference proceedings. Michael D. Greenberg
  • Saudi-Iranian Relations Since the Fall of Saddam. Rivalry, Cooperation, and Implications for U.S. Policy. Frederic Wehrey, Theodore W. Karasik, Alireza Nader, Jeremy Ghez, Lydia Hansell, Robert A. Guffey
  • Dangerous but not omnipotent. Exploring the reach and limitations of iranian power in the Middle East. Frederic Wehrey, David E. Thaler, Nora Bensahel, Kim Cragin, Jerrold D. Green, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Nadia Oweidat, Jennifer Li
  • Russian Foreign Policy. Sources and Implications. Olga Oliker, Keith Crane, Lowell H. Schwartz, Catherine Yusupov
  • The Challenge of Domestic Intelligence in a Free Society. A Multidisciplinary Look at the Creation of a U.S. Domestic Counterterrorism Intelligence Agency. ed. Brian A. Jackson
  • Unfolding the Future of the Long War. Motivations, Prospects, and Implications for the U.S. Army. Christopher G. Pernin, a.a.
  • Assessing Irregular Warfare. A Framework for Intelligence Analysis. Eric V. Larson, a.a.
  • The Lessons of Mumbai. Angel Rabasa, a.a.
  • Radical Islam in East Africa. Angel Rabasa
  • The Rise of the Pasdaran. Assessing the Domestic Roles of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. Frederic Wehrey, Jerrold D. Green, Brian Nichiporuk, Alireza Nader, Lydia Hansell, Rasool Nafisi, S. R. Bohandy
  • Understanding Iran. Jerrold D. Green, Frederic Wehrey, Charles Wolf, Jr.
  • Domestic Trends in the United States, China, and Iran Implications for U.S. Navy Strategic Planning. John Gordon IV, Robert W. Button, Karla J. Cunningham, Toy I. Reid, Irv Blickstein, Peter A. Wilson, Andreas Goldthau
  • RAND and the Information Evolution. A History in Essays and Vignettes. Willis H. Ware RAND_CP537
  • More Freedom, Less Terror? Liberalization and Political Violence in the Arab World. Dalia Dassa Kaye, Frederic Wehrey, Audra K. Grant, Dale Stahl
  • Analysis of Strategy and Strategies of Analysis. David C. Gompert, Paul K. Davis, Stuart E. Johnson, Duncan Long (MG718)
  • Developing Resource-Informed Strategic Assessments and Recommendations. Paul K. Davis, Stuart E. Johnson, Duncan Long, David C. Gompert (MG703)
  • Dangerous Thresholds. Managing Escalation in the 21st Century. Forrest E. Morgan, Karl P. Mueller, Evan S. Medeiros, Kevin L. Pollpeter, Roger Cliff (MG614)
  • Civil Democratic Islam. Partners, Resources, and Strategies. Cheryl Benard (.html) (MR1716.pdf)
  • Planning for diversity. Options and Recommendations for DoD Leaders. Nelson Lim, Michelle Cho, Kimberly Curry (MG743)
  • Analytic Support to Intelligence in Counterinsurgencies. Walter L. Perry, John Gordon IV
  • Invisible Wounds of War. Psychological and Cognitive Injuries, Their Consequences, and Services to Assist Recovery. Terri Tanielian, Lisa H. Jaycox, Edi Tors
  • Small Ships in Theater Security Cooperation. Robert W. Button a.a.
  • Decisionmaking. A Bibliography of Selected RAND Publications (1980—2002)
  • The global technology revolution. Bio/Nano/Materials Trends and Their Synergies with Information Technology by 2015. Philip S. Antoґn, Richard Silberglitt, James Schneider (MR1307)
  • Analysis, Analysis Practices, and Implications for Modeling and Simulation. Paul K. Davis, Amy Henninger
  • The Federal Role in Terrorism Insurance. Evaluating Alternatives in an Uncertain World. Lloyd Dixon, Robert J. Lempert, Tom LaTourrette, Robert T. Reville
  • Alternative Futures and Their Implications for Army Modernization. John Gordon IV, Brian Nichiporuk (.html) (DB395)
  • Combat Pair. The evolution of air force-navy integration in strike warfare. Benjamin S. Lambeth (MG655)
  • Leader Development in Army Units. Views from the Field. Peter Schirmer, James C. Crowley, Nancy E. Blacker, Richard R. Brennan, Jr., Henry A. Leonard, J. Michael Polich, Jerry M. Sollinger, Danielle M. Varda (MG648)
  • Evaluating novel threats to the homeland. Unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles. Brian A. Jackson, David R. Frelinger, Michael J. Lostumbo, Robert W. Button (MG626)
  • Counterinsurgency in Iraq (2003‒2006). Bruce R. Pirnie, Edward O’Connell (MG595.3)
  • Byting Back. Regaining information superiority against 21st-century insurgents. Martin C. Libicki, David C. Gompert, David R. Frelinger, Raymond Smith
  • Heads We Win. The Cognitive Side of Counterinsurgency (COIN). David C. Gompert
  • Portfolio-Analysis Methods for Assessing Capability Options. Paul K. Davis, Russell D. Shaver, Justin Beck
  • War by other means: building complete and balanced capabilities for counterinsurgency. David C. Gompert, John Gordon IV.
  • Warfighting and Logistic Support of Joint Forces from the Joint Sea Base. Robert W. Button, John Gordon IV, Jessie Riposo, Irv Blickstein, Peter A. Wilson
  • U.S. Policy Options for Iraq. A Reassessment. Olga Oliker, Keith Crane, Audra K. Grant, Terrence K. Kelly, Andrew Rathmell, David Brannan MG613
  • Talking to the Enemy. Track Two Diplomacy in the Middle East and South Asia. Dalia Dassa Kaye MG592
  • Ungoverned Territories. Understanding and Reducing Terrorism Risks. Angel Rabasa, Steven Boraz, Peter Chalk, Kim Cragin, Theodore W. Karasik, Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Kevin A. O’Brien, John E. Peters MG561
  • Perspectives on U.S. Competitiveness in Science and Technology. CF235
  • Breaching the Fortress Wall. Understanding Terrorist Efforts to Overcome Defensive Technologies. Brian A. Jackson, Peter Chalk, R. Kim Cragin, Bruce Newsome, John V. Parachini, William Rosenau, Erin M. Simpson, Melanie Sisson, Donald Temple (MG481)
  • Sharing the Dragon’s Teeth. Terrorist Groups and the Exchange of New Technologies. Kim Cragin, Peter Chalk, Sara A. Daly, Brian A. Jackson (MG485)
  • Entering Dragon’s the s Lair. Chinese Antiaccess Strategies and Their Implications for the United States. Roger Cliff, Mark Burles, Michael S. Chase, Derek Eaton, Kevin L. Pollpeter (MG524)
  • Collecting the Dots. Activity Recognition and Abnormality Detection with the Switching Hidden Semi-Markov Model
  • On"Other War". Lessons from Five Decades of RAND Counterinsurgency Research. Austin Long
  • Network-Centric Operations. Case Study. The Stryker Brigade Combat Team
  • Toward a Theory of Intelligence (CF219)
  • Modernizing China’s Military. Opportunities and Constraints (298 стр.)
  • Alternative Futures and Army Force Planning. Implications for the Future Force Era

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  • Ready for Armageddon: Proceedings of the 2001 RAND Arroyo-Joint ACTD‒CETO-USMC Nonlethal and Urban Operations Program Urban Operations Conference
  • Urban Combat Service Support Operations: The Shoulders of Atlas
  • Street Smart: Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield for Urban Operations
  • Preparing for the PROVEN INEVITABLE An Urban Operations Training Strategy for America’s Joint Force. RAND_MG439
  • Unconquerable nation: knowing our enemy, strengthening ourselves. Brian Michael Jenkins
  • Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy. John Arquilla, David Ronfeldt (editors)
  • A Global Access Strategy for the U.S. Air Force. David A. Shlapak, John Stillion, Olga Oliker, Tanya Charlick-Paley
  • Keeping the Warfighting Edge: An Empirical Analysis of Army Officers' Tactical Expertise. Maren Leed
  • Motivated Metamodels: Synthesis of Cause-Effect Reasoning and Statistical Metamodeling. Paul K. Davis, James H. Bigelow
  • New Challenges, New Tools for Defense Decisionmaking. eds. Stuart Johnson, Martin Libicki, and Gregory F. Treverton
  • A Report on the Army Transformation Wargame 2000. Bruce Pirnie, John Gordon, Louis Moore, Robert Howe,
  • Urban Combat Service Support Operations: The Shoulders of Atlas. Russell W. Glenn, Steven L. Hartman, Scott Gerwehr
  • Trends in Outside Support for Insurgent Movements. Daniel L. Byman, Peter Chalk, Bruce Hoffman, William Rosenau, David Brannan
  • Going Global? U.S. Government Policy and the Defense Aerospace Industry. Mark A. Lorell, Julia Lowell, Richard M. Moore, Victoria Greenfield, Katia Vlachos
  • The Dynamic Terrorist Threat: An Assessment of Group Motivations and Capabilities in a Changing World. R. Kim Cragin, Sara A. Daly
  • Lessons of 9/11. Bruce Hoffman
  • Assuring Access in Key Strategic Regions. Toward a Long-Term Strategy. Eric V. Larson, Derek Eaton, Paul Elrick, Theodore W. Karasik, Robert Klein, Sherrill Lingel, Brian Nichiporuk, Robert Uy and John Zavadil
  • Shaping the Next One Hundred Years: New Methods for Quantitative, Long-Term Policy Analysis. Robert J. Lempert, Steven Popper, and Steven C. Bankes
  • Street Smart: Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield for Urban Operations. Jamison Jo Medby, Russell W. Glenn
  • Russia’s Chechen Wars 1994—2000: Lessons from Urban Combat. Olga Oliker
  • Special Operations Forces and Elusive Enemy Ground Targets: Lessons from Vietnam and the Persian Gulf War. William Rosenau
  • Measuring Interdiction Capabilities in the Presence of Anti-Access Strategies: Exploratory Analysis to Inform Adaptive Strategy for the Persian Gulf. Paul K. Davis, Jimmie McEver, Barry Wilson
  • Analytic Architecture for Capabilities-Based Planning, Mission-System Analysis, and Transformation. Paul K. Davis
  • Effects-Based Operations (EBO): A Grand Challenge for the Analytical Community. Paul K. Davis
  • A Framework for Strategy Development. John G. McGinn, Gregory F. Treverton, Jeffrey A. Isaacson, David * Selectes Bibliography:
    • Critical Technologies, March 2004 update, SB-1072
    • Decisionmaking & Decision Support (Pre-1980)
    • Decisionmaking (1980‒2004)
    • Delphi and Long-Range Forecasting,
    • Expert Systems, May 1992 update, SB-1005,
    • Gaming (Pre-1970),
    • Gaming (1970‒1984),
    • Gaming (1985‒2004),
    • Homeland Security (2000‒2003),
    • Information Sciences (1970‒1984),
    • Information Sciences (1985‒2004),
    • Military Strategy and Tactics (Pre-1980),
    • Military Strategy and Tactics (1980‒1989),
    • Military Strategy and Tactics (1990‒1994),
    • Military Strategy and Tactics (1995‒1999),
    • Military Strategy and Tactics (2000‒2004),
    • Narcotics,
    • Systems Analysis: Methods, Techniques, and Theory (Pre-1980),
    • Systems Analysis: Methods, Techniques, and Theory (1980‒2003),
    • The Role of Military Forces in National Security
    • Full Actual Bibliography List
  • Army Forces for Homeland Security. Lynn Davis, David E. Mosher, Richard Brennan, Michael Greenberg, Scott McMahon and Charles Yost
  • Communications Networks to Support Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Strike Operations. Elham Ghashghai
  • Out of the Ordinary. Finding Hidden Threats by Analyzing Unusual Behavior. John Hollywood, Diane Snyder, Kenneth N. McKay and John E. Boon
  • The Muslim World After 9/11. Angel Rabasa, Cheryl Benard, Peter Chalk, C. Christine Fair, Theodore W. Karasik, Rollie Lal, Ian O. Lesser and David E. Thaler
  • Understanding the Insider Threat. Proceedings of a March 2004 Workshop. Robert Anderson and Richard Brackney
  • Modernizing China’s Military. Opportunities and Constraints. Keith Crane, Roger Cliff, Evan S. Medeiros, James C. Mulvenon, and William H. Overholt
  • Something Old, Something New Army Leader Development in a Dynamic Environment. Henry A. Leonard, J. Michael Polich, Jeffrey D. Peterson, Ronald E. Sortor, S. Craig Moore
  • Toward a Theory of Intelligence. Workshop Report. Gregory F. Treverton, Seth G. Jones, Steven Boraz, Phillip Lipscy
  • High-Performance Computing Opportunities and Challenges for Army R&D. Robert H. Anderson, Amado Cordova, Anthony C. Hearn, Rosalind Lewis, John Matsumura, Isaac R. Porche, III, Randall Steeb
  • Sources of Conflict in the 21st Century. Regional Futures and U.S. Strategy. Zalmay Khalilzad, Ian O.

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