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Published Papers

 The International Relations Discipline/ TRIP Project

 

“Policy-Relevant Publications and Tenure Decisions in International Relations” (with Daniel Maliniak and Michael J. Tierney), PS: Political Science & Politics (forthcoming 2019). Published online 20 November 2018.

“Is International Relations a Global Discipline? Hegemony, Diversity, and Insularity in the Field” (with Daniel Maliniak, Ryan Powers, and Michael J. Tierney), Security Studies 27:3 (July 2018): 448-484.

 "What Pivot? International Relations Scholarship and the Study of East Asia" (with Lindsay Hundley and Benjamin Kenzer), International Studies Perspectives (August 2015).

“The View From the Tower” (with Daniel Maliniak, Ryan Powers, and Michael J. Tierney) Foreign Policy(January/ February 2015): 58-63.  Published online as “The Best International Relations Schools in the World.”

"Knowledge Without Power: International Relations Scholars and the U.S. War in Iraq" (with James D. Long, Daniel Maliniak, and Michael J. Tierney), International Politics 52:1 (January 2015).

"Inside the Ivory Tower IV" (with Paul Avey, Michael Desch, James D. Long, Daniel Maliniak, and Michael J. Tierney), Foreign Policy (January/ February 2012).

"International Relations in the U.S. Academy" (with Daniel Maliniak, Amy Oakes, and Michael J. Tierney), International Studies Quarterly (June 2011).

"Inside the Ivory Tower III" (with Daniel Maliniak, Amy Oakes, and Michael J. Tierney), Foreign Policy (March/ April 2009).

"Women in International Relations" (with Daniel Maliniak, Amy Oakes, and Michael J. Tierney), Politics & Gender 4:1(2008): 122-144.

"Divided Discipline? Comparing Views of U.S. and Canadian IR Scholars" (with Michael Lipson, Daniel Maliniak, Amy Oakes, and Michael J. Tierney), International Journal (Spring 2007): 327-343.

“Inside the Ivory Tower II,” with Daniel Maliniak, Amy Oakes, and Michael J. Tierney. Foreign Policy(March/ April 2007).

“Inside the Ivory Tower,” with Michael J. Tierney and Daniel Maliniak. Foreign Policy (November/ December 2005): 58-64.

 

GLOBAL HEALTH

“Global Health and Security: Reassessing the Links,” in Alexandra Gheciu and William C. Wohlforth, eds., Oxford University Press Handbook of International Security (Oxford University Press, 2018), 622-636.

“Epidemic Disease and National Security,” Security Studies 12, 2 (Winter 2002/03): 43-81. [Reprinted in J. John Kirton, ed., Global Health (Library of Essays in Global Governance) (Ashgate Publishing, 2009); and Robert L. Ostergard, Jr., HIV/ AIDS and the Threat to National and International Security (Palgrave/ Macmillan, 2007).]

 

International Organizations

“Dutiful Agents, Rogue Actors, or Both?: Staffing, Voting Rules, and Autonomy in the WHO and WTO,” with Andrew P. Cortell in Darren G. Hawkins, David A. Lake, Daniel L. Nielson, and Michael J. Tierney, eds., Delegation and Agency in International Organizations (Cambridge University Press, 2006).