Selected Reports & Scholarship

 

NATIONAL SECURITY & WAR

The Mujahedin-e Khalq in Iraq: A Policy ConundrumJeremiah Goulka, Lydia Hansell, Elizabeth Wilke, and Judy Larson.  Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, MG-871-OSD, 2009.

The Battle Inside the Wire: The U.S. Prisoner and Detainee Experience from WWII to IraqCheryl Benard, Edward O’Connell, Cathryn Thurston, Andres Villamizar, Elvira Loredo, Thomas Sullivan, and Jeremiah Goulka.  Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, MG-934-OSD, 2011.

Developing a Defense Sector Assessment Rating Tool. Agnes Gereben Schaefer, Lynn E. Davis, Ely Ratner, Molly Dunigan, Jeremiah Goulka, Heather Peterson, K. Jack Riley.  Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, TR-864-OSD, 2010.

“The Law and the Creation of a New Domestic Intelligence Agency in the United States,” Jeremiah Goulka with Michael A. Wermuth, in Brian Jackson, ed., The Challenge of Domestic Intelligence in a Free Society: A Multidisciplinary Look at the Creation of a U.S. Domestic Counterterrorism Intelligence Agency, Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, MG-804-DHS, 2009, pp. 109-120.

“The Grand Old Man of Maine”: Selected Letters of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, 1865-1914.  Edited by Jeremiah Goulka.  Foreword by James M. McPherson.  University of North Carolina Press, 2004. Buy the book: Amazon Powell’s Indiebound

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Towards a comparison of DNA profiling and databasing in U.S. and EnglandJeremiah Goulka, Carl Matthies, Emma Disley, and Paul Steinberg.  Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, TR-918-ISEC, 2010.

FY2006 Anti-Gang Initiative Grants in the Central District of California: Report to the U.S. Attorney. Jeremiah Goulka, Paul Heaton, George Tita, Carl Matthies, Alyssa Whitby, and Alexia Cooper.  Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, WS-660-DOJ, 2009.

Film Piracy, Organized Crime, and TerrorismGregory F. Treverton, Carl Matthies, Karla J. Cunningham, Jeremiah Goulka, Greg Ridgeway, Anny Wong.  Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, MG-742-MPA, 2009.

The Role of the United States Postal Service in Public Safety and Security Implications of Relaxing the Mailbox MonopolyLois M. Davis, Michael Pollard, Jeremiah Goulka, Katherine Mack, Russell Lundberg, Paul Steinberg.  Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, MG-800-USPS, 2008.

“The First Constitutional Right to Criminal Appeal: Louisiana’s Constitution of 1845 and the Clash of the Common Law and Natural Law Traditions,” Jeremiah Goulka, in Tulane European & Civil Law Forum, Vol. 17, 2002, pp. 151-196.

“A New Strategy for Human Rights Protectionn:. Learning About the Rule of Law from Narcotics Trafficking in Mexico,” Jeremiah Goulka, in Cardozo Journal of International & Comparative Law, Vol. 9, pp. 231-252, 2001.

“Drugged Law Enforcement: The Influence of Drug Trafficking on Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Mexico,” Jeremiah Goulka and Stephen Nelleman, in William Cartwright, ed., Mexico: Facing the Challenges of Human Rights and Crime, Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers, 1999, pp. 23-39.

DIVERSITY

Sexual Orientation and U.S. Military Personnel Policy: An Update of RAND’s 1993 StudyNational Defense Research Institute (co-author).  Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, MG-1056-OSD, 2010.

Introduction to Laws Governing Diversity Policies.  Unattributed primary author.  Military Leadership Diversity Commission, Issue Paper #35, April 2010.

Compelling Government Interests and Diversity Policy.  Unattributed primary author.  Military Leadership Diversity Commission, Issue Paper #36, May 2010.

Narrow Tailoring and Diversity Policy.  Unattributed primary author.  Military Leadership Diversity Commission, Issue Paper #37, May 2010.

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