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TitleAuthorCopyright YearSorted By Copyright Year In Descending OrderPublisherName
Power Relations in the Twenty-First Century: Mapping a Multipolar World?Edited by Donette Murray and David Brown2018Routledge
Biosecurity in Putin's RussiaRaymond A. Zilinskas & Philippe Mauger2018Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.
Russia's Military RevivalBettina Renz2018Polity Books
The Conflicted Superpower: America's Collaboration with China and India in Global InnovationAndrew B. Kennedy2018Columbia University Press
China and Russia: The New RapprochementAlexander Lukin2018Polity Books
What Is Russia up to in the Middle East?Dmitri Trenin2018Polity Books
The Future of IntelligenceMark M. Lowenthal2018Polity Books
North American Strategic Defense in the 21st Century: Security and Sovereignty in an Uncertain Worlded. Christian Leuprecht, Joel J. Sokolsky, and Thomas Hughes2018Springer
American Exceptionalism Reconsidered: U.S. Foreign Policy, Human Rights, and World OrderDavid P. Forsythe2017Routledge
Defending the Arsenal: Why America's nuclear modernization still mattersEdited by Adam B. Lowther and Stephen J. Cimbala2017Routledge
Nanoweapons: A Growing Threat to HumanityLouis A. Del Monte2017Potomac Books, Inc
Theorizing European Space Policyedited by Thomas C. Hoerber2017Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
War Games: US-Russian Relations and Nuclear Arms ControlStephen J. Cimbala2017Lynne Rienner Publishers
The Politics of Weapons Inspections: Assessing WMD Monitoring and Verification RegimesNathan E. Busch and Joseph F. Pilat2017Stanford Security Studies
21st Century Corbett: Maritime Strategy and Naval Policy for the Modern Eraedited by Andrew Lambert2017Naval Institute Press
Tough Sell: Fighting the Media War in IraqTom Basile2017Potomac Books
21st Century Gorshkov: The Challenge of Sea Power in the Modern Eraedited by Kevin Rowlands2017Naval Institute Press
Iran: Stuck in TransitionAnoushiravan Ehteshami2017Routledge
The Hacked World Order: How Nations Fight, Trade, Maneuver, and Manipulate in the Digital AgeAdam Segal2017Public Affairs
Russia's New Ground Forces: Capabilities, Limitations and Implications for International SecurityIgor Sutyagin with Justin Bronk2017RUSI
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Book Review Guidelines

BOOK REVIEW GUIDELINES

Strategic Studies Quarterly (SSQ) publishes book reviews to inform our readers and enhance the content of articles in the journal. Reviewers are asked to analyze the book and provide an exclusive, original, unpublished, concise evaluation. The analysis should be written in an authoritative style using the following guidelines:

The first section of the analysis should normally be the shortest and indicate the type of book (biography, anthology, history, monograph, etc.). Include a very short author biographic citation and then describe the context of the book in the literature of the field. Again, this section should be brief.

Next, thoroughly analyze the thesis and arguments in the work. What are the strong points of the argument? What are the limitations in the work, including author biases? Is the thesis supported? What are the implications of the argument? Are there any profound aspects of the book? This section will be the longest part of the analysis.

Finally, the analysis should finish with recommendations for improvement. Clearly state whether this book is worth reading, who may find this book most interesting, and why.  For more ideas on book reviews visit http://libguides.usc.edu/writingguide/bookreview.

ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDELINES

All books are free to reviewers. Each analysis must be submitted electronically (in MS Word.doc format) within 45 days of book receipt. Limit your text to approximately 1,000 words, carefully edited. Select titles will be published in SSQ on a space-available basis. All others will be published online. Analyses may be edited for length and style. Include the following in the review heading: title, author, publisher, number of pages, and price of the book. Also include your name, and a brief author citation establishing your credentials as analyst. 


Sample heading: Supreme Command by Eliot A. Cohen. The Free Press, 2002, 288 pp.

Submit analyses via email to: strategicstudiesquarterly@us.af.mil.

Direct questions on editorial issues to:
Book Review Manager, strategicstudiesquarterly@us.af.mil, or by phone at (334) 953-7311/DSN 493.