Items on Complexity Science and International Relations
- Russia’s Emerging Place in the
Eurasian Hydrocarbon Energy Complex
- Pages 71–100 in The Globalization of
Energy: China and the European Union, edited by M. Parvizi Amineh
and Yang Guang (Leiden–Boston: Brill, 2010).
- Recent Developments in the
Structuration of the Central Asian Hydrocarbon Energy Complex
- Pages 61–82 in
Asian Energy and Security Challenges, edited by Christopher Len and
Alvin Chew (Stockholm: Institute for Security and Development Policy,
- Development of the European
Neighbourhood Program in the South Caucasus: An Instance of Incipient
- Global Europe Papers 2008/4 (Department of European Studies, University
of Bath). 12 pp.
- U.S.–Russian Strategic-Military Relations in Central Asia
- Perspectives on Global Development and
Technology 6, no. 1–3 (2007): 109–125.
- The Paradox of
Intentional Emergent Coherence: Organization and Decision in a Complex
- Journal of the
Washington Academy of Sciences 91, no 4 (Winter 2006): 9–27.
- Complexity Science
and Knowledge-Creation in International
- In Institutional and Infrastructural Resources, in
Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (Oxford: EOLSS Publishers
for UNESCO, 2002).
- Turkey and
the Geopolitics of Turkmenistan's Natural
- Review of
International Affairs 1, no. 2
(Winter 2001): 20–33.
International Parliamentary Institutions: New Networks of Influence in
- Pages 201–22 in
Who Is Afraid of the State? Canada in a World
of Multiple Centres of Power, edited by Gordon S. Smith and Daniel Wolfish (Toronto:
University of Toronto Press, 2001). Version
française publiée par les Presses de
l'Université de Montréal.
- The Complex Evolution of International Systems and
the Nature of the Current International Transition
- InterJournal: Complex Systems, No. 255
(1999). Reprinted at pages 515–522 in Unifying Themes in Complex
Systems, vol. 2, edited by Yaneer Bar-Yam and Ali Minai (Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 2004).
- Gorbachev as CEO Roadkill: Lessons for the Modern
Corporation for the Soviet Foreign Policy Establishment's Failure to Manage
- Pages 352–370 in Managing
Complexity in Organizations: A View in Many Directions, edited by Michael R. Lissack and Hugh P.
Gunz (New York: Quorum, 1999).
Dr. Robert M. Cutler [ website — email ] was educated at MIT and The University of Michigan, where he earned a Ph.D. in Political Science, and has specialized and consulted in the international affairs of Europe, Russia, and Eurasia since the late 1970s. He has held research and teaching positions at major universities in the United States, Canada, France, Switzerland, and Russia, and contributed to leading policy reviews and academic journals as well as the print and electronic mass media in three languages.
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