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The wars that come after wars (II): How one can start, or fuel, another one
Best Defense
September 9, 2014

How to Save the Net: A CDC for Cybercrime
Wired
August 19, 2014

The War Of Zeros And Ones
Popular Science
July 29, 2014

We Cannot Treat Cyber Security As Something Just 'For the Nerds' (German version)
NetWars
July 16, 2014

The 5 Biggest Cybersecurity Myths, Debunked
Wired
July 2, 2014

WIRED FOR WAR

Drones, Warfare, Science Fiction and Cybercrime: A Conversation with P.W. Singer
TED Blog
November 20, 2013

Game of Drones
Estadao
October 26, 2013

Lessons on Defense Strategy from the Interwar Years
Armed Forces Journal
August 2013

International Review of the Red Cross Interview
June 30, 2013

Lessons and Context of the Navy’s First Carrier Drone Flight
Brookings Institute
May 15, 2013

Finally, Obama Breaks His Silence on Drones
LA Times
May 23, 2013

Die Zukunft is schon da
Internationale Politik
May 2013

The Global Swarm
Foreign Policy
March 11, 2013

The Predator Comes Home: A Primer on Domestic Drones, their Huge Business Opportunities, and their Deep Political, Moral, and Legal Challenges
Brookings
March 8, 2013

Obama, Own Your Secret Wars
New York Daily News
February 17, 2013

A Military Medal for Drone Strikes? Makes Sense.
Washington Post
February 15, 2013

The Opportunities and Challenges of the Coming Domestic Drone Boom
Christopher Newport University Center for American Studies
January 28, 2013

An Obama Doctrine on New Rules of War
Brookings Institute
January 17, 2013

The Robotics Revolution
Canadian International Council
December 11, 2012

Tell US the One About the Robots, Mr. President.
Foreign Policy
October 23, 2012

Baby Steps: The Drone Industry’s Code of Conduct
The Atlantic
July 19, 2012

Mords-Maschinen
German Technology Review
May 2, 2012

Do Drones Undermine Democracy?
The New York Times
January 25, 2012

The Future of Naval Aviation: This Century’s Naval Aviation Pioneers Flying Unmanned Aircraft
Washington Post
December 6, 2011

Military Robotics and Ethics: A World of Killer Apps
Nature
September 21, 2011

U Turn: Unmanned Systems Could be Casualties of Budgetary Pressures
Armed Forces Journal
April 2011

Battlefields of the Future
SudDeutsche Zeitung
February 4, 2011

The Ethics of New Military Technology
Journal of Military Ethics
December 2010

War of the Machines
Scientific American
July, 2010

We, Robot
Slate Magazine
May 28, 2010

How the U.S. Military Can Win the Robotic Revolution
Popular Mechanics
May 13, 2010

Congressional Testimony
The United States House of Representative, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs
March 23, 2010

Will Foreign Drones One Day Attack the U.S.?
Newsweek
February 28, 2010

The Unmanned Mission
Fortune
February 22, 2010

War of the Robots — All Too Real Questions We Have to Ask
Nieman Watchdog
January 17, 2010

Robotique: La révolution est en marche (pdf)
Défense & Sécurité Internationale
N.55, Janvier 2010, p. 34-36

A Revolution Once More: Unmanned Systems and the Middle East
(Arabic Translation PDF)
Future Horizon
Nov. 1, 2009, pp. 83-87

War Games (pdf)
FHM
November 2009

Wired for War: the future of military robots
Wired (UK)
August 28, 2009

Tactical Generals: Leaders, Technology, and the Perils of Battlefield Micromanagement
Air and Space Power Journal
Summer 2009

Attack of the Drones
The National (UAE)
June 27, 2009

The Rise of the Tactical General
Armed Forces Journal
June 2009

Gaming the Robot Revolution
Slate
May 22, 2009

Wired For War or How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Let Dystopian SF Movies Inspire our Military Bots
H+ Plus
May 20, 2009

Asimov's Laws of Robotics Are Total BS
Gizmodo
May 18, 2009

We’re Inventing the Future
Washingtonian Magazine
May 2009

Robots at War
Popular Science
April 7, 2009

The 3 Laws May Not Be Enough To Guide Robot Warriors
io9
April 1, 2009

Wired for War: Author Explains Revolution in Robotics, Scares Crap Out of Us
Gizmodo
March 23, 2009

Q&A with P.W. Singer
National Post
March 16, 2009

Q&A: The robot wars have arrived
CNET: Planetary Gear Blog
March 12, 2009

Robots and the Rise of 'Tactical Generals'
Defense News
March 9, 2009

P.W. Singer on War as Entertainment
Big Think Podcast
February 16, 2009

Wired for War? Robots and Military Doctrine
Joint Forces Quarterly
Winter 2009, issue 52, p. 104-110

Military Robots and the Laws of War
The New Atlantis
Winter 2009

Inside the Rise of the Warbots
Wired.com
February 4, 2009

American Killing Machines
Los Angeles Times
January 30, 2009

Military 2.0: Should You Fear the Killer Robots?
Mother Jones
January 29, 2009

In the Loop? Armed Robots and the Future of War
Defense Industry Daily
January 28, 2009

Prepare for the Robot Wars: Six questions for P.W. Singer, author of Wired for War
Harper's
January 27, 2009

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CYBERSECURITY

How to Save the Net: A CDC for Cybercrime
Wired
August 19, 2014

The War Of Zeros And Ones
Popular Science
July 29, 2014

We Cannot Treat Cyber Security As Something Just 'For the Nerds' (German version)
NetWars
July 16, 2014

25 Reasons to Love Drones and 5 to Fear Them
Popular Science
July 8, 2014

The 5 Biggest Cybersecurity Myths, Debunked
Wired
July 2, 2014

A Well-Aimed Warning Shot at Beijing's Cyber Spies
Financial Times
May 22, 2014

How the US indictment of Chinese military hackers will change cyberespionage
Vox Conversations
June 14, 2014

What everyone needs to know about cyber warfare
intercross
May 15, 2014

Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know
SXSW Interactive
April 16, 2014

Research Chat: Peter Singer on Cybersecurity and What the Media Needs to Know
Journalist's Resource
April 14, 2014

The Cyber Threat
Washington Examiner
March 21, 2014

Expert: Cybersecurity is 'everyone's responsibility'
Army Times
March 19, 2014

Interview: Peter Singer on Cybersecurity Issues
C-Span
February 18, 2014

Interview: How cybersecurity issues affect us all
CNN
February 6, 2013

Interview: Peter Singer on cybersecurity and cyberwar
The Interpreter
February 5, 2013

Secure the Future of the Internet
BIG BETS & BLACK SWANS - Memorandum to the President
January 24, 2013

Cult of the Cyber Offensive
Foreign Policy
January 15, 2014

Drones, Warfare, Science Fiction and Cybercrime: A Conversation with P.W. Singer
TED Blog
November 20, 2013

What Churchill Can Teach Us About the Coming Era of Lasers, Cyborgs, and Killer Drones
Foreign Policy
October 22, 2013

Loose Lips Sink Ships, But What About Cybersecurity Leaks?
Defense One
July 17, 2013

The Ocean’s 11 of Cyber Strikes
Armed Forces Journal
May 2012

An Obama Doctrine on New Rules of War
Brookings Institute
January 17, 2013

The Cyber Terror Bogeyman
Armed Forces Journal
November 2012

Cybersecurity and U.S.-China Relations
The Brookings Institution
February 23, 2012

A Noble Quest to Beat Back a Cyber Threat
Washington Post
October, 21 2011

The Wrong War: The Insistence on Applying Cold War Metaphors to Cybersecurity Is Misplaced and Counterproductive
Government Executive
September 2011

 

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PRIVATE MILITARY FIRMS

The Regulation of New Warfare
The Politic
March 2010

Militares Privados: Beneficios Vs Politica Publica.
Politica Exterior
Septiembre 2008, p. 65-78

Outsourcing The Fight
Forbes
June 5, 2008

Lessons Not Learned: Contracting Out Iraqi Army Advising
The Brookings Institution
May 12, 2008

The Roger Clemens of War
Wired.com
December 14, 2007

Counterproductive
Armed Forces Journal
November, 2007

Seven Questions: The Hired Guns of Iraq
Foreign Policy
October, 2007

Outlook: Break the Blackwater Habit
Washington Post
Oct 8, 2007

Les Etats-Unis et les societes militaries privees
La Defense, p. 22-24.
Septembre-Octobre, 2007

Private Military Firms
Encarta

Sure, He's Got Guns for Hire. But They're Just Not Worth It.
Washington Post
Oct 7, 2007

The Dark Ttruth about Blackwater
Salon.com
Oct 2, 2007

'Can't Win With 'Em, Can't Go to War Without 'Em': Six Questions for P.W. Singer
Harpers.org
Sept 30, 2007

Banned in Baghdad
Wired.com
Sept 17, 2007

Can't Win With 'Em, Can't Go To War Without 'Em: Private Military Contractors and Counterinsurgency
Brookings Institute
Sept 27, 2007

Frequently Asked Questions on the UCMJ Change and its Applicability to Private Military Contractors
January 12, 2007

The Law Catches Up To Private Militaries, Embeds
Defence Tech
January 3, 2007

Humanitarian Principles, Private Military Agents: Some Implications of the Privatized Military Industry for the Humanitarian Community
Resetting the Rules of Engagement: Trends and Issues in Military–Humanitarian Relations
February 2006

Outsourcing War
Foreign Affairs
3/1/2005

The Contract the Military Needs to Break
The Washington Post
9/12/2004

Should Humanitarians Use Private Military Services?
Humanitarian Affairs Review
Summer 2004

Nation Builders and Low Bidders in Iraq
The New York Times
6/15/2004

Beyond the Law
The Guardian (UK)
5/3/2004

Outsourcing the War
Salon.com
4/16/2004

The Humanitarian Transformation: Expanding Global Intervention Capacity
written with Michael E. O'Hanlon
Survival
Spring 2004

War, Profits, and the Vacuum of Law: Privatized Military Firms and International Law
Columbia Journal of Transnational Law
Spring 2004

Warriors for Hire in Iraq
Salon.com
4/15/2004

The Dogs of War Go Corporate
The London News Review
3/19/2004

The Enron Pentagon
The Boston Globe
10/19/2003

Have Guns, Will Travel
The New York Times
7/21/2003

Peacekeepers, Inc.
Policy Review
June 2003

The Ultimate Military Entrepreneur
Military History Quarterly
Spring 2003

Corporate Warriors: The Rise and Ramifications of the Privatized Military Industry
International Security
1/1/2002

Arguments Against Federalization Flimsy
The Balitmore Sun
11/7/2001

Some Things Just Can't Be Handed Off
Los Angeles Times
10/25/2001

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CHILD SOLIDERS

Los Nuevos Niños Soldados de la Guerra
Air and Space Power Journal Espanol
Spring 2008

Children at War
Military History
September, 2007

Young Soldiers Used in Conflicts Around the World
Washingtonpost.com
6/12/2006

The New Children of Terror
The Making of a Terrorist: Recruitment, Training, and Root Causes
December 2005

The New Faces of War
American Educator
Winter 2005

Tragic Challenge of Child Soldiers
USA Today
3/30/2005

Terrorists Must Be Denied Child Recruits
Financial Times
1/20/2005

Western Militaries Confront Child Soldiers Threat
Jane's Intelligence Review
January 2005

Too Young to Kill
Newhouse News Service
1/9/2005

Talk Is Cheap: Getting Serious About Preventing Child Soldiers
Cornell International Law Journal
Winter 2004

Fighting Child Soldiers
Military Review
May 2003

Facing Saddam's Child Soldiers
Iraq Memo #8
1/14/2003

Children at War
Veterans Vision
Fall 2002

Child Soldiers
Voice of America
4/25/2002

Fighting Child Soldiers
NPR's All Things Considered
4/10/2002

Caution: Children at War
Parameters
12/1/2001

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US-MUSLIM WORLD RELATIONS

To Win the "War on Terror," We Must First Win the "War of Ideas": Here's How
(link to pdf)
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
July 2008, p. 212-222

What Do You Call a Terror(Jihad)ist?
Brookings Institution
June 13, 2008

America's New Leadership: Reboot and Restart
Special to Washingtonpost.com's Think Tank Town
Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Engaging the Muslim World: A Communications Strategy for Winning the War of Ideas
(Translated into Arabic)
written with Hady Amr
Opportunity ’08 – A Project of Brookings In Partnership with ABC News
April 2007

America, Islam, and the 9-11 War(pdf)
Current History
December 2006

9/11 Plus 5: Hope Not Hate?
The Brookings Institution
September 7, 2006

War Names (pdf)
The Asian Age (New Delhi)
August 23, 2006

The 9-11 War Plus 5: Looking Back and Looking Forward at U.S.-Islamic World Relations (pdf)
(Link to html summary)
Brookings Institution
September 2006

Leaders Effect Change
Doha, Qatar
2/18/2006

Science and Technology in U.S. Relations with the Islamic World
Executive Summary
1/5/2005

Bridging the Divide
The Role of the American Muslim Community in U.S. Relations with the Wider Islamic World
12/13/2004

Conference on Islamic Reform 10/5/2004

The War on Terrorism: The Big Picture
Parameters
Summer 2004

6 Guidelines to Improve American Public Diplomacy
written with Hady Amr
The Daily Star (Beirut)
2/28/2004

U.S.-Islamic World Forum
1/10/2004

The Crisis Within the Crisis
Al Jazeerah
August 2003

America Slams the Door (On Its Foot): Washington's Destructive New Visa Policies
written with John N. Paden
Foreign Affairs
May 2003

Postscript: A New Model Afghan Army, Anja Manuel
Foreign Affairs
December 2002

2002 Doha Conference
10/19/2002

Time for Hard Choices: The Dilemmas Facing U.S. Relations with the Islamic World
Analysis Paper #1
October 2002

A New Model Afghan Army
written with Anja Manuel
Foreign Affairs
July 2002

Iraq Can Wait Till Phase 1 is Done
The Baltimore Sun
3/19/2002

Now What?
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
11/15/2001

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VIDEO GAMES

Since When Does Brookings Make Video Games?
Foreign Policy
May 8, 2012

War Games
Foreign Policy
February 22, 2010

Meet the Sims...and Shoot Them
Foreign Policy
March/April 2010

Video Game Veterans and the New American Politics
Washington Examiner
November, 17 2009

 

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DEFENSE ISSUES

The wars that come after wars (II): How one can start, or fuel, another one
Best Defense
September 9, 2014

2014: The Year of the Eastern Arsenal
Popular Science
March 3, 2014

Why We Write
Popular Science
March 2, 2014

From Fuzzy to Focus: Questions to Ask About Strategic Land Power
Armed Force Journal
November 6, 2013

Bad Idea for the Pentagon’s Ideas Shop
War on the Rocks
October 29, 2013

About Those Chinese Aircraft Carrier Pics: What We Know and What We Can Guess
Defense One
August 8, 2013

Inside China's Secret Arsenal
Popular Science
January 2013

Sequestration and What it Might Mean for American Military Power, Asia, and the Flashpoint of Korea
Time
September 24, 2012

The Cracked Crystal Ball: The Problem with Predicting Sequestration and Defense Jobs
Brookings Report
July 31, 2012

Strategic Reform Can Help Offset Budget Impasse
Politico
June 24, 2012

The Evolution of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)
Armed Forces Journal
February 2012

The Arsenal of Democracy and How to Preserve It: Key Issues in Defense Industrial Policy
The Brookings Institution
January 27, 2012

Direct Digital Manufatcuring: The Industrial Game Changer You’ve Never Heard Of
Armed Forces Journal
October 2011

Think Before You Cut
Foreign Policy
August 2011

The Real Defense Budget Questions
POLITICO
July 22, 2011

A Defense Policy Vision (pdf)
Air Force Journal
June 2011

The Future of National Security, By the Numbers
Joint Forces Quarterly
May 2011

The Marine Corps Is All Right
Armed Forces Journal
March 2011

Tough Times: The New British Security Strategy and the Lessons for U.S. Policymakers
Armed Forces Journal
December 2010

The End of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: A Long Time Coming, But No More Time to Waste
Brookings Up Front
December 21, 2010

Writing About Defense, But at What Price?
Brookings Up Front
December 13, 2010

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" on Constitution Day
The Brookings Institution
September 22, 2010

Don't Ask. Tell.
Newsweek
June 4, 2010

America 2021: The Military and the World
Democracy Journal
Summmer 2010

Don’t Make a Big Deal of Ending Don’t Ask Don’t Tell: Lessons from U.S. Military Allies on Allowing Homosexuals to Serve
The Brookings Institution
June 2, 2010

A Disappointing Review: The 2010 Quadrennial Defense Review is Short on Specific Goals and Ways to Measure Success
LA Times
February 2, 2010

New Year's Resolutions for the Pentagon
Washington Examiner
December 22, 2009

Why Hollywood Security Is Better Than The Pentagon's
CNN.com
December 21, 2009

How to Steal from Our Troops: The Annual Defense Budget Raid
Washington Examiner
October, 20 2009

From Cropdusting to Counterinsurgency?
Washington Examiner
September 22, 2009

Fueling the "Balance": A Defense Energy Strategy Primer
Brookings Institute
August 25, 2009

Fueling Our Security: The Need for a Defense Energy Strategy
Brookings Institute
August 25, 2009

Who’s afraid of the big, bad Chinese aircraft carrier?
Washington Examiner
July 28, 2009

How The Real World Ended "Don't Ask Don't Tell"
Brookings Foreign Policy Paper
Number 6, August 2008

The Defence Challenges for the Next Commander-in-Chief
RUSI: Royal United States Services Institue for Defense and Security Studies
June 2008, Vol. 153, No. 3

Steering The Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship Program Off The Shoals
Defense News
May 19, 2008

A commander for Millennial military
Gulf News
May 11, 2008

How To Be All That You Can Be: A Look At The Pentagon’s Five Step Plan For Making Iron Man Real
The Brookings Institution
May 02, 2008

A Commander in Chief for Generation Y
Originally published as “Train and Protect Those Who Serve Us”, Miami Herald
April 8, 2008

Interview with ABC’s Martha Raddatz on Military Readiness
ABC News
December 19, 2007

Bent But Not Broken: The Military Challenge for the Next Commander in Chief
Opportunity ’08 – A Project of Brookings In Partnership with ABC News
March 2007

Mike Tyson and the Hornet's Nest: Military Lessons of the Lebanon Crisis
The Brookings Institution
August 1, 2006

Arming Kabul, Disarming Cabals
written with Anja Manuel
foreignaffairs.org
September 22, 2004

New Thinking on Transatlantic Security: Terrorism, NATO, and Beyond
(Speech) Weltpolitik
January 15, 2003

AIDS and International Security
Survival (Volume 44, no. 1)
April 1, 2002

Who's the Big Winner? All Services Likely to Reap Rewards
Defense News
December 18, 2001

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OTHER TOPICS

Millennial Generation the Next Big Thing
CNN.com
March 24, 2011

D.C.'s New Guard: What Does the Next Generation of American Leaders Think?
Brookings Foreign Policy Report
March 2, 2011

Who America's Next Generation Wants to Be
Brookings Up Front Blog
February 23, 2011

Do Quote Me: Washington’s Think Tankers Can Play a Double Game through the Media
Armed Forces Journal
February 2011

Washington's Think Tanks: Factories to Call Our Own
Washingtonian
August 2010

How to get a job in the foreign-policy world
Foreign Policy Passport
November 12, 2007

 

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