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American Security Quarterly - July 2012

American Security Quarterly - July 2012

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Our third edition of the American Security Quarterly contains work by our board members, staff, and adjunct fellows. Topics range from a new national security strategy, the use of smart power. climate change, Afghanistan and fusion, to energy choices, the euro crisis plus Iran and our nuclear security.
Our third edition of the American Security Quarterly contains work by our board members, staff, and adjunct fellows. Topics range from a new national security strategy, the use of smart power. climate change, Afghanistan and fusion, to energy choices, the euro crisis plus Iran and our nuclear security.

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Published by: The American Security Project on Jul 02, 2012
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www.AmericanSecurityProject.org1100 New York Avenue, NW Suite 710W Washington, DC
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Gary Hart:IME O AKE A FRESHLOOK A SECURI
Mitchell Shivers: A WAR LESSON O LEARN,SILL 
 John Castellaw:INCREASING OUR NAIONAL SECURIY WIH NEW ECHNOLOGY  August Cole:WACHING HE HORIZON FROMCHICAGO
Nick Cunningham:World Oil Market Oversupplied?Matthew Wallin:Goodbye Discovery  Joshua Foust:What we Misunderstand about drones
andRobert Garder:US must ratiy Law o the Sea Convention Ashley Boyle:Keeping the lights on in Pakistan
 
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INRODUCION
 I oten get asked how the American Security Project picks its topics to study. From our inception, our boardo directors was interested in a candid, honest dialogue about issues that impact our national security but rarely  were put into that context.Tis started initially with climate change and energy security. Tose two issues had many intersections – orexample, various orms o energy generation are huge pollutants, hence contributing immensely to climatechange. And climate change is having an impact on immigration, water supply, and many other actors thatmade us link it to terrorism and nuclear security. O course all those topics were also linked to Americancompetitiveness. We continued to expand our studies and have since added on public diplomacy, among others. In this issue you will nd a compendium o articles written by our sta, adjunct ellows, and interns. Tey are all worth reading.Te authors have been to the NAO Summit; they have been to Aghanistan; they have been to the NationalIgnition Facility. Tey are knowledgeable and articulate about a wide variety o subjects. ASP is proud o them and their work. Please understand that while they have an association with ASP, their writings andopinions are their own. We publish them hoping that you can draw your own conclusions about the impacton national security that each o their subjects has. We all come at this rom a non-partisan perspective – our primary interest is the national security o the UnitedStates. ASP has signicantly expanded its writing and web presence. We now have a ollowing numbering in thethousands – and wed like to include you. Please visit our website and see what we have to oer.
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 American Security Quarterly was produced with assistance from Zachary Miller 
CONTENTS
NAIONAL SECURIY SRAEGY 
ime or a Fresh ake on Security page 5
Gary Hart 
 A War Lesson o Learn, Still page 6
 Mitchell Shivers 
NAO’s Many Challenges page 7
 Joshua Foust 
Limitations o Hard Power in the Pacic page 8
 Zachary Miller 
 
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 A Russian Reset…Again? page 9
 Zachary Miller 
 Watching the Horizon rom Chicago page 10
 August Cole 
 Wrapping up NAO’s Chicago Summit: some success, but questions remain page 12
 Ashley Boyle 
Te Challenge o Chinese Sot Power page 13
 Matthew Wallin
CLIMAE AND ENERGY SECURIY 
Increasing our national security with new technology page 14
Retired Lt. Gen. John Castellaw 
Running on empty: Failing to address high gas prices page 15 Andrew Holland Who Killed the Coal Plant? page 16
Nicholas Cunningham
UNEP Report: Does Tis Mean a Bright Future or Solar? page 17
 Matthew Baker 
  Are US Cities Prepared or Climate Change? page 18
Catherine Foley 
 World Oil Market Oversupplied? page 19
Nicholas Cunningham
Prudence Needed in Department o Commerce ari Decision page 20
Carl Grote 
Need to Address Water Security page 20
 Matthew Baker 
 AMERICAN COMPEIIVENESS
Goodbye Discovery page 21
 Matthew Wallin
Energy Development in the Arctic: Treats and Opportunities page 22
 Andrew Holland 

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