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Owen Cote
Owen
Cote
Principal Research Scientist
Associate Director, MIT Security Studies Program
E40-489
617-258-7428

Biography

Owen R. Coté, Jr. joined the MIT Security Studies Program in 1997 as Associate Director. Prior to that he was Assistant Director of the International Security Program at Harvard's Center for Science and International Affairs, where he remains co-editor of the Center's journal, International Security. He received his Ph.D. from MIT, where he specialized in U.S. defense policy and international security affairs. He is the author of The Third Battle: Innovation in the U.S. Navy's Silent Cold War Struggle with Soviet Submarines, a book analyzing the sources of the U.S. Navy's success in its Cold War antisubmarine warfare effort, and a co-author of Avoiding Nuclear Anarchy: Containing the Threat of Loose Russian Nuclear Weapons and Fissile Material. He has written on the sources of innovation in military doctrine, the future of war, nuclear and conventional force structure issues, and the threat of nuclear terrorism.

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Publications|Selected Publications

Assessing the Undersea Balance Between the U.S. and China (2011)

Submarines in the Air Sea Battle (U) (2010)

Energy, National Security, and the Persian Gulf (2008)

The Future of Naval Aviation (2006)

The Future of Trident Force (2002)

Assuring Access and Projecting Power (2002)

Mobile Targets from Under the Sea (1999)

Precision Strike from Under the Sea (1997)

Antisubmarine Warfare (1997)

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