Japanese Naval Cooperation in Southeast Asian Waters: Building on 50 Years of Maritime Security Capacity Building Activities, Asian Security, May 2020.
対機雷戦―日米韓安全保障協力の新たなアジェンダ, 海幹校戦略研究, Jan 2019 (with Narushige Michishita and Daniel Fillion). Published in Japanese. English citation: Anti-Mine Warfare – A New Agenda of Japan-US and South Korea Security Cooperation, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Command and Staff College Review, Jan 2019.
Waves of Change: Evolution in the U.S. Navy’s Strategic Approach to Disaster Relief Operations Between the 2004 and 2011 Asian Tsunamis, Asian Security, spring 2013.
The Case for a Northeast Asian Disaster Relief Hub, Asia Policy, June 2012 (with Deogsan Ahn, James Newberry and Harold Wescott).
The Maritime Strategy of the United States: Implications for Indo-Pacific Sealanes, Contemporary Southeast Asia, Aug 2011.
Shifting the Tides Against Piracy in Southeast Asian Waters, Asian Survey, May/June 2008.
The Growing Prospects for Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia, Naval War College Review, summer 2005.
Japanese Anti-Piracy Initiatives in Southeast Asia: Policy Formulation and Coastal State Responses, Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 26, No. 3, Dec 2004.
U.S.-Japan Alliance Handbook. Office of the Secretary of Defense-Policy and National Defense University. 2nd edition Nov 2012. 1st edition Nov 2010.
Japanese Airpower Strategy. Airpower in the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific, Howard Hensel, ed. Routledge, 2020 (with Bret Perry).
U.S. Counter-Piracy Efforts in Southeast Asia 2004-2015: Consistent, Cooperative and Supportive, Piracy in Southeast Asia: Trends, Hot Spots and Responses, Caroline Liss and Ted Biggs (eds), Routledge, 2017.
U.S. Strategic Interests and Cooperative Activities in Maritime Southeast Asia, Maritime Security in Southeast Asia: U.S., Japanese, Regional and Industry Strategies, John Bradford, James Manicom, Simon Sheldon and Neil Quartaro, National Bureau of Asian Research Special Report #24,Nov 2010 (also published in The Global Maritime Security and the Japan-U.S. Alliance, Japan Forum on International Relations, May 2010).
Professional Journal Articles
Trilateral Security Cooperation: Act Now Against Sea Mines U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Jan 2018 (with Daniel Fillion).
Build Cross Cultural Competence, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, March 2008 (with Annette Bradford).
Japan (1945 to present), Orang Laut, Tandjong Priok, Turtle Ships and Zheng He, The Sea in World History: Exploration, Travel, and Trade, Stephen Stein (ed), ABC-CLIO, 2017.
Indonesian Revolution, Fall of Malaya-Singapore, Indonesian-Malaysian Confrontation and Malayan Emergency, International Encyclopedia of Military History, James Bradford (ed), Routledge, 2006.
Research Institute Publication Sereies
Southeast Asia: A New Strategic Nexus for Japan’s Maritime Strategy, Regional Strategies Week, Center for International Maritime Security, 21 Sept 2020.
Maritime Issues in the Indo-Pacific: Building a Shared Vision of “Free and Open,” Issues & Insights, Vol 20, No 1, Pacific Forum, March 2020 (ed with Nick Millward and Caitlin Doornbos).
Understanding 50 Years of Japanese Maritime Security Initiatives in Southeast Asia, Foreign Expert Perspectives, National Institute of Defense, Sept 2018.
Beyond Bilateralism: Exercising the Maritime Security Network in Southeast Asia, Issues & Insights, Vol 16, No 11, CSIS PACFORUM, 15 Jun 2016 (with Greg Adams).
The Global Maritime Fulcrum: A New American Opportunity to Seriously Engage Indonesia, Issues & Insights, Vol 15, No 9, CSIS PACFORUM, 6 Oct 2015 (with Sean Quirk).
Japan-China Maritime Confidence Building and Communications Mechanisms, PACNET #67, CSIS PACFORUM, 20 Aug 2013 (with James Przystup and James Manicom).
Southeast Asian Maritime Security in the Age of Terror: Threats, Opportunity, and Charting the Course Forward, RSIS Working Paper, No 75, Apr 2005.
The Indonesian Military as a Professional Organization: Criteria and Ramifications for Reform, Explorations, autumn 2005 (also published as RSIS Working Paper, No 73, Jan 2005).
The ROTC Advantage, American Enterprise. Fall 1999 (with Elias Lehrer).
Civil-Military Relations Theory, Reform. Muhammadiyah University Malang, Fall 1995.
Review of Japan’s Security Renaissance by Andrew Oros, U.S. Naval War College Review, winter 2018 (with Matthew Noland).
Review of Japan as a Sea Power by Alessio Patalano, U.S. Naval War College Review, autumn 2015 (with Carlos Rosende).
Review of Bridging Troubled Waters by James Manicom, U.S. Naval War College Review, winter 2015 (with Joelle Portzer).
Review of Contemporary Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia: History, Causes and Remedies by Adam Young, International Journal of Maritime History, Dec 2007.