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The IST is pleased to share with the policy-making, media, academic and other interested communities the cutting edge work of our experts; below are their most recent publications and other works. These publications represent the views of their respective authors, and not necessarily those of the Institute.

On occasion, the Institute will post materials from guest contributors who are not IST experts but who bring specialized or technical approaches that we consider notable for offering creative analyses or solutions to international crises. 

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The World Hangs in the Balance: The Marshall Plan's Legacy
Author: Max Primorac on: November/02/2016

7th Annual Leadership and Ethics Conference: Strategic Leadership in Times of Global Transition, Past, Present and Future, honoring former US Secretary of State James Baker III.

Improving Afghanistan's Governance by Fighting Commercial and Government Corruption
Author: Arnold Fields on: July/01/2015

Improving Afghanistan's Governance by Fighting Commercial and Government Corruption appeared in the July 2015 issue of the Afghan-American Chamber of Commerce BizNews. General Fields is a Member of the AACC's Board of Directors.

Synchronizing National Security Priorities & US Business Interests
Author: John Gerlaugh on: December/01/2014

John Gerlaugh looks at how military planners and leaders can harness US economic power to support policy objectives.

Getting the Functional Expert to the Battlefield
Author: BG (USAR) Glenn A. Goddard on: July/20/2014

BG (USAR) Glen Goddard explores ways in which to strengthen the capacity of civil-military operations to provide a coordinated, resourced plan to carry out nation building tasks.

A Methodology for Community-Centric Recovery Planning and Operations
Author: Richard C. Staats PhD on: March/01/2014

This paper identifies community-centric approaches to improving disaster response effectiveness.  While treating domestic crises, we include it here due to its potential application for future stability operations.

Transforming America's Collaborative Crisis Response Capability: The Executive Education Dimension
Author: Amb David C. Litt on: July/15/2009

AMB (Ret) David C. Litt argues that the United States Government should rapidly develop and expand executive education and training for collaborative, non-kinetic crisis response capability that includes the military, civilian agencies and the private/voluntary sectors.

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