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Adjusting to Global Economic Change: The Dangerous Road Ahead David R. Frelinger James T. Bartis Robert A. Levine 2009 09/30/11
Byting Back: Regaining Information Superiority Against 21st-Century Insurgents Raymond Smith David C. Gompert David R. Frelinger Martin C. Libicki 2007 08/04/13
Chinese Responses to U.S. Military Transformation and Implications for the Department of Defense David C. Gompert David R. Frelinger Michael S. Chase James C. Mulvenon Murray Scot Tanner 2006 09/29/11
Emerging Threats and Security Planning Henry H. Willis David R. Frelinger Brian A. Jackson Charles J. Bushman 2009 09/30/11
Evaluating Novel Threats to the Homeland David R. Frelinger Michael J. Lostumbo Robert W. Button Brian A. Jackson 2008 08/04/13
An Executive Perspective on Workforce Planning John Arquilla Cheryl Y. Marcum David R. Frelinger Albert A. Robbert Donna Fossum Robert M. Emmerichs 2004 09/30/11
Mapping the Risks David R. Frelinger Beth E. Lachman Alexander C. Hou John C. Baker Kevin M. O'Connell 2004 09/29/11
Overseas Basing of U.S. Military Forces: An Assessment of Relative Costs and Strategic Benefits David R. Frelinger Michael J. Lostumbo John Halliday Eric Peltz Derek Eaton Stacie L. Pettyjohn Victoria A. Greenfield Jerry M. Sollinger Patrick Mills Bruce R. Nardulli Stephen M. Worman Michael J. Mcnerney 2013 08/05/13
Stealing the Sword: Limiting Terrorist Use of Advanced Conventional Weapons David R. Frelinger Brian A. Jackson James Bonomo Giacomo Bergamo 2007 09/30/11
Thinking About America's Defense David R. Frelinger Glenn A. Kent 2008 08/04/13
The U.S.-China Military Scorecard: Forces, Geography, and the Evolving Balance of Power, 1996-2017 Lyle J. Morris Kyle Brady Burgess Laird David R. Frelinger David A. Shlapak Paul Deluca Martin C. Libicki Jeffrey Engstrom Sheng Li Jeff Hagen Jacob L. Heim Forrest E. Morgan Michael Nixon Eric Heginbotham 2015 10/04/15
Underkill: Scalable Capabilities for Military Operations amid Populations John Gordon David C. Gompert David R. Frelinger Stuart E. Johnson Martin C. Libicki 2009 09/30/11
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