Items on Comparative Politics and
Comparative Political Studies
[See also Situation Reports/Consulting Products.]
- 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.
- De-authoritarization in Uzbekistan?: Analysis and
120–141 in Towards Social Stability and Democratic Governance in
Central Eurasia: Challenges to Regional Security, edited by Irina
Morozova, NATO Science Series 49 (Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2005).
- The Sources and Regions of Crisis in the Caucasus
105–126 in Examination of the Regions of Crisis from the Perspectives of Turkey, NATO and
the European Union, and Their Impacts on the Security of Turkey, edited by N.Reşun
Ödün (Ankara: Turkish General Staff Printing House, 2004).
Turkish translation: [PDF,
192Kb] Kafkasya’daki Kriz
Kaynakları ve Bölgeleri, pages 105–126 in N. Reşat
Ödün (ed.), Türkiye, Nato ve Avrupa Birliği Perspektifinden Kriz
Bölgelerinin İncelenmesi ve Türkiye’nin Güvenliğine Etkileri
(Ankara: Genelkurmay Basim Evi, 2004).
- Transnational Policies for Conflict Reduction
and Prevention in the South Caucasus
on Global Development and Technology 2, nos. 3–4 (December 2003):
615–633. Reprinted at pages 301–319 in Central Eurasia in
Global Politics: Conflict, Security, and Development, edited by Mehdi P. Amineh and Hank Houweling
(Boston–Leiden: Brill, 2004).
Sources of Kazakhstani Foreign Conduct
- Pages 63–76 in Populations, Cultures and
Diplomacy, edited by Michael Gervers and Wayne Schlepp, Toronto Studies in Central and Inner Asia no. 5
(Toronto: University of Toronto, Joint Centre for Asia and Pacific Studies, 2001).
- 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).
- Les mutations soviétiques:
et politiques occidentales
internationales 21, no. 1 (March 1990): 153–164.
- Domestic and Foreign Influences on Policy Making:
The Soviet Union in the 1974 Cyprus Conflict
Studies 37, no. 1 (January 1985): 60–89.
Formation of Soviet Foreign Policy:
Organizational and Cognitive Perspectives
- World Politics
34, no. 3 (April 1982): 418–436.
Dissent under Khrushchev: An Analytical Study
- Comparative Politics
13, no. 1 (October 1980): 15–35.
[See also Journal Articles/Book Chapters.]
- Can Soviet Society Live with Democracy?
- Sunday Los Angeles Times, 1 February 1987, Part V (Opinion Section),
pp. 2, 6.
- What the [1985
Reagan-Gorbachev] Geneva Summit Was About
- Prepared remarks delivered to a Luncheon of the University Affiliates, a voluntary
community association in support of the University of California at Santa Barbara, 21 January 1986.
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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