Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



ODC Staff Publications

 

The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Impact on U.S. Nuclear Policy from 1958 to 2000, Paul Brown, LLNL-TR-765657, April 2019.

Coming of Age: Artificial Intelligence and the Continuing Revolution in Military Affairs, J. Ellis, B. Chen, M. Gullett, and B. Bahney, LLNL-MI-750860, May 2018.

Decision Trees for Analysis of Strategies to Deter Limited Nuclear Use in a Generic Scenario, T. Edmunds, J. Garrett, C. Wuest, LLNL-TR-759558, September 2018.

Decision Tree Models of Deterrence Including Tactical Nuclear Weapons, presented at the 2018 Military Operations Research Society Meeting in Monterey California, by Tom Edmunds, Jeff Garrett, and Craig Wuest

Multi-Domain Deterrence Table Top Exercise Summary, C. R. Wuest (01/30/2018)

Towards a Theory of Spacepower: Selected Essays, Charles D. Lutes and Peter L. Hays, Eds., 2011

Dissuasion and the War on Terror: What is Meant by Dissuasion, and How Might It Apply to the War on Terror? in Esther Brimmer (ed). Five Dimensions of Homeland and International Security, Charles D. Lutes and M. Elaine Bunn, 2008.

Combating WMD Threats, in Stephen J. Flanagan and James A. Schear (eds). Strategic Challenges: America’s Global Security Agenda, Charles D. Lutes, 2008.

The Emerging Global Security Environment, in Stephen J. Flanagan and James A. Schear (eds). Strategic Challenges: America’s Global Security Agenda, (Washington, DC: Potomac Books, 2008), Charles D. Lutes with M. Elaine Bunn and Stephen J. Flanagan, 2008.

Spacepower in the 21st Century, Joint Forces Quarterly 49 (2nd quarter 2008) 66-72., Charles D. Lutes, 2008.

Toward a Theory of Spacepower, Space Policy 23 (2007) 206–209., Charles D. Lutes and Peter L. Hays, 2008.

China’s ASAT Test: Motivations and Implications, Joint Force Quarterly 46 (3rd quarter, 2007) 39-45. , Charles D. Lutes with Phillip C. Saunders, 2007.

China’s ASAT Test: Motivations and Implications, INSS Special Report, (Washington DC: National Defense University, June 2007)., Charles D. Lutes with Phillip C. Saunders, 2007.

Can Deterrence be Tailored? in Ronald L. Luman (ed). Unrestricted Warfare Symposium: Proceedings on Strategy, Analysis, and Technology 20-21 March 2007, (Laurel, MD: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, 2007). http://www.jhuapl.edu/urw_symposium/proceedings/2007/papers/Lutes.pdf, Charles D. Lutes, 2007.

Tailored Deterrence: New Challenges for the Analytical Agenda, in Ronald L. Luman (ed). Unrestricted Warfare Symposium: Proceedings on Strategy, Analysis, and Technology 14-15 March 2006, (Laurel, MD: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, 2006), Charles D. Lutes, 2006.

Reassessing the Implications of a Nuclear Armed Iran, McNair Paper, no. 69, (Washington DC: National Defense University), Charles D. Lutes with Judith S. Yaphe, 2005.

The Global Security Environment of 2010: Implications for National Defense, INSS Staff Report to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 17 Jun 2005, Charles D. Lutes, 2005.

New Players on the Scene: A.Q. Khan and the Nuclear Black Market eJournal USA: Foreign Policy Agenda, Vol 10, No.1, March, 2005, Charles D. Lutes, 2005.

The Military and Operational Aspects of Preemption, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 29(3), 2005., Charles D. Lutes, 2005.

The Role of Dissuasion in Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction, Strategic Insights, Center for Contemporary Conflict, Naval Postgraduate School, Charles D. Lutes, 2004.

Al-Qaida in Action and Learning: A Systems Approach, The George Washington University, Published by Air University, Charles D. Lutes, 2001.

Focusing the Lens: A Case-Study in National Missile Defense, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, National Security Program, Charles D. Lutes, 2000.