Sarah Sewall and John P. White, "Parameters of Partnership: U.S. Civil-Military Relations in the 21st Century,", August 2010.

Tyler Moselle, "Six Fallacies of a Surge in Afghanistan," Harvard Kennedy School Carr Center for Human Rights Policy Op-Ed, January 2009

NSHR Conference Report, Tyler Moselle, "Overlooked and Understudied Counterinsurgencies: New Perspectives on Irregular Warfare," December 2008

Sarah Sewall, "America After the Elections: A Strategy of Conservation," Survival  50.5 (October 2008)

NSHR Conference Report, Tyler Moselle, "Civil-Military Relations in a Post-9/11 World," July 2008

NSHR Conference Report, Tyler Moselle, "Air and Land Power in Counterinsurgency Operations: Implications of a Civilian Center of Gravity," March 2008

Dexter Filkins, "Seeing Insurgency's Dawn In Glee at American Deaths," The New York Times, March 19, 2008

Glenn Sulmasy, "Update Laws of War to Meet Today's Threat," The Day, January 23, 2008

Dexter Filkins, "The Guardians," New York Times, December 30, 2007

Bonnie Docherty, "More Sweat... Less Blood," November 2007

Dexter Filkins, "In Frying Pan and Fire," New York Times, November 18, 2007

Dexter Filkins, "Regrets Only," New York Times Magazine, October 7, 2007

Sarah Sewall, "Crafting a New Counterinsurgency Doctrine," Foreign Service Journal, September 2007

Glenn Sulmasy, "A new look for the war on al Qaeda," San Franciso Chronicle, September 11, 2007

Sarah Sewall, "Ethics on the Battlefield," San Francisco Chronicle, July 1, 2007

Sarah Sewall, "A Heavy Hand in Afghanistan," The Boston Globe, June 15, 2007

Sarah Sewall , "Introduction to the University of Chicago Press edition. A Radical Field Manual," The U.S. Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual. Ed. United States Army and United States Marine Corps. University of Chicago Press, 2007, xxi-xliii

NSHR Conference Report, Tyler Moselle, "Learning and Integration: Escalation of Force Procedures and Traffic Control Point Operations," March 2007

Sarah Sewall, "He Wrote the Book: Can He Follow It?", Washington Post, February 25, 2007.

Sarah Sewall "Modernizing U.S. Counterinsurgency: Rethinking Risk and Developing a National Strategy," Military Review, Sept/Oct 2006

NSHR Conference Report, Tyler Moselle, "Implementing the Rule of Law and Human Rights in Stability Operations," September 2006

Sarah Sewall, "Blinded by Haditha," The New York Times, June 13, 2006

Sarah Sewall, "Defining Success," Boston Globe, January 22, 2006

Sarah Sewall, "What"s the Story Behind 30,000 Iraqi Deaths?" The Washington Post. December 18, 2005

NSHR Conference Report, "Counterinsurgency in Iraq: Implications of Irregular Warfare for the United States Government," November 2005

Sarah Sewall, "Stepping Back, Staying Put," The Washington Post, June 20, 2004

NSHR Conference Report, "Emerging Military Capabilities: Normative and Legal Challenges," April 13-14, 2004

NSHR Conference Report, "Human Rights Issues for Special Operations Forces," June 11-12, 2003

Sarah Sewall, "An Empty Pledge to Civilians," The New York Times, March 21, 2003

Sarah Sewall, "Minimizing Civilian Casualties in Iraq," The Boston Globe, November 18, 2002

NSHR Conference Report, "Ground Operations," October 17-18, 2002

Sarah Sewall, "Confronting the Warlord Culture," The Boston Globe, June 6, 2002

NSHR Conference Report, "Understanding Collateral Damage," June 4-5, 2002

NSHR Conference Report, "Humanitarian Issues in Military Targeting," March 7-8, 2002

NSHR Conference Report, Jennifer Hazen, "Humanitarian Challenges in Military Intervention," November 2001

Sarah Sewall, "Multilateral Peace Operations"; the paper was published as a chapter in Multilateralism and U.S. Foreign Policy (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2001) edited by Stewart Patrick and Shepard Forman.

Sarah Sewall, "Supporting the International Criminal Court"; published in September 2000 as a Carr Center Working Paper, it became a chapter of the Lawyers Committee book In the National Interest 2001: Human Rights Policies for the Bush Administration (Lawyers Committee, 2001).

Sarah Sewall, with George Black and Bruce Broomhall, Information Technology and Human Rights; it was published as part of the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights" In the National Interest 2000: Human Rights Policies for the Bush Administration (Lawyers Committee, 2001) report under the chapter title "Using the Internet to Promote Human Rights"

Sarah Sewall edited, (with Carl Kaysen), "The United States and the International Criminal Court: National Security and International Law" (Rowman and Littlefield, 2000)

Sarah Sewall, "Project on the Means of Intervention - Summary of Findings"

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