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Appendix A.2 Relevant Reports of National Academies, Books, and Other Publications NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (NRC ), NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (NAS), AND INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE (IOM) REPORTS • What You Need to Know About Infectious Disease, IOM, 2011. • Russian Views on Countering Terrorism During Eight Years of Dialogue: Extracts from Proceedings of Four U.S.-Russian Workshops, NRC, 2009. • Global Security Engagement: A New Model for Cooperative Threat Reduction, NAS, 2009. • The Biological Threat Reduction Program of the Department of Defense: From Foreign Assistance to Sustainable Partnerships, NRC, 2007. • Biological Science and Biotechnology in Russia: Controlling Diseases and Enhancing Security, NRC, 2006. • Innovating for Profit in Russia, NRC, 2006. • Scientists, Engineers, and Track-Two Diplomacy: A Half-Century of U.S.-Russian Interacademy Cooperation, NRC, 2004. • Partners on the Frontier: U.S.-Russian Cooperation in Science and Technology, NRC, 1998. • Controlling Dangerous Pathogens: A Blueprint for U.S.-Russian Coop- eration, NRC/IOM, 1997. • An Assessment of the International Science and Technology Center, NRC, 1996. • Dual-Use Technologies and Export Control in the Post-Cold War Era, NRC, 1994. • Sustaining Excellence in Science and Engineering in the Former Soviet Union, NRC, 1993. 131
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132 APPENDIX A.2 • Redeploying Assets of the Russian Defense Sector to the Civilian Econ- omy, NRC, 1993. • Reorientation of the Research Capability of the Former Soviet Union, NRC, 1992. BOOKS AND OTHER REPORTS • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC’s Vision for Public Health Surveillance in the 21st Century, MMWR 2012, 61 (Supplement, July 27, 2012). • Can Russia Create a New Silicon Valley? Economist, July 14, 2012, p. 58. • Eric Toner and Amesh Adalja, “Is H5N1 Really Highly Lethal?” Bios- ecurity and Bioterrorism, Volume 10, Number 2, 2012, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., p. 224. • Decree of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1853p-P8, Complex Program of Development of Biotechnology in the Rus- sian Federation for the Period Until 2020, April 24, 2012. • National Bioeconomy Blueprint, Office of Science and Technology Policy, U.S. Government, April 2012. • Bilateral Presidential Commission, U.S.-Russia, Joint Report, www. state/gov/russiabpc, 2012. • Annual Report of International Science and Technology Center, Annual reports from 1994 to 2011, Moscow. • Foreign Operations Appropriated Assistance: Russia, U.S. Department of State, Annual Report, 2011. • Jason A. Rao, “U.S. Department of State’s Biosecurity Engagement Program,” Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense, 2nd Edition, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. • Irina Dezhina, “State of Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy in Russia,” Presentation at American Association for the Advancement of Science, April 2011. • Matthew Rojansky, Indispensable Institutions: The Obama-Medvedev Commission and Five Decades of U.S.-Russia Dialogue, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, 2010. • Ernst and Young, Doing Business in the Russian Federation, Moscow, August 2010. • U.S. Assistance to Eurasia, U.S. Department of State, Annual Reports, 2000–2010. • David Hoffman, The Dead Hand: The Untold Story of the Cold War and its Dangerous Legacy, Anchor Books, 2009. • Loren Graham and Irina Dezhina, Science in the New Russia: Crisis, Aid, Reform, Indiana University Press, 2008.
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APPENDIX A.2 133 • Ministry of Health and Social Development and Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, National Program for Influenza Pandemic Preparedness, Moscow-St. Petersburg, 2006. • Department of State, Bioindustry Initiative, Annual Program Report, 2005–2006, Washington, D.C., 2006. • Roger Roffey, Wilhelm Unge, Jenny Clevestron, and Kristina S. Westerdahl, Support to Threat Reduction of the Russian Biological Weapons Legacy—Conversion, Biodefence, and the Role of Biopreparat, Institute of Defence Analysis, Stockholm, ISSN 1650-1942, April 2003. • Amy Smithson, Toxic Archipelago: Proliferation from the Former Soviet Chemical and Biological Weapons Complexes, Henry L. Stimson Center, Wash- ington, D.C., 1999. • Glenn Schweitzer, Experiments in Cooperation: Assessing U.S.-Russian Programs in Science and Technology, Twentieth Century Fund and Century Foun- dation, 1997.
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