Selected Publications

Joseph Bafumi

Joseph Bafumi

Michael Herron, Daniel Smith, Wendy Serra and Joseph Bafumi.  Forthcoming, 2017.  “Wait Times and Voter Confidence:  A Study of the 2014 General Election in Miami-Dade County.”  In Chris Galdieri, Tauna Sisco and Jennifer Lucas (eds.), Races, Reforms, & Policy: Implications of the 2014 Midterm Election.

Joseph Bafumi, Robert S. Erikson and Christopher Wlezien. 2014. “National Polls, District Information and House Seats: Forecasting the 2014 Midterm Election.” PS: Political Science & Politics 47: 775-778.

Joseph Bafumi, Michael Herron, Seth Hill and Jeff Lewis. 2012. “Alvin Greene?  Who?  How Did He Win the United States Senate Nomination in South Carolina?” Election Law Journal 11: 358-379.

Joseph Bafumi. 2012. “Polarization and the Fiscal Future of the United States.” The Forum 10, Issue 3, Article 8.

Joseph Bafumi. 2012. “The Senate Budget Committee: The Impact of Polarization on Institutional Design.” PS: Political Science & Politics 45: 161-167.

Joseph Bafumi and Joseph M. Parent. 2012. “International Polarity and America’s Polarization.” International Politics 49: 1-35.

Joseph Bafumi. 2011. “Animal Spirits: The Effect of Economic Expectations on Economic Output.” Applied Economics 43: 3573-3589.

Joseph Bafumi and Michael Herron. 2010. “Leapfrog Representation and Extremism: A Study of American Voters and Their Members of Congress.” American Political Science Review 104: 519-542.

Joseph Bafumi and Robert Shapiro. 2009. “A New Partisan Voter.” Journal of Politics 71: 1-24.

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Lisa Baldez

Defying Convention: The US, the UN, and the Treaty on Women’s Rights, Cambridge University Press, 2014.

2015 Victoria Schuck Award for Best Book on Women in Politics, American Political Science Association

2015 Award for Best book on Human Rights, American Political Science Association

Political Women and American Democracy: Critical Perspectives on Women and Politics Research, Christina Wolbrecht, Karen Beckwith and Lisa Baldez, eds. Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Why Women Protest: Women’s Movements in Chile. New York: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Series in Comparative Politics.  2002.

"Quotas and Qualifications: The Impact of Gender Quota Laws on the Qualifications of Legislators in the Italian Parliament," with Ana Catalano Weeks. European Political Science Review. April 2014, pp 1 - 26 

“The Gender Lacuna in Comparative Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 8, 1 (March 2010): 199-205.

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Sonu S. Bedi

Beyond Race, Sex, and Sexual Orientation:  Legal Equality without Identity (Cambridge University Pres 2013)

Rejecting Rights (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2009)

Political Contingency: Studying the Unexpected, the Accidental, and the Unforeseen . (New York: New York University Press 2007) (co-editor)

Obergefell and the Liberal Case Against Civil Marriage, in Beyond Same-Sex Marriage: Perspectives on Marital Possibilities,” edited by Ronald Den Otter. Lexington Books (2016).


“Reclaiming the Conceptual Legacy of the Progressives’ Critique of Rights: Equal Protection without Higher Scrutiny,” in The Progressives’ Century edited by Stephen Skowronek, Stephen Engel, and Bruce Ackerman. Yale University Press (2016).

“Sexual Racism: Intimacy as a Matter of Justice,” Journal of Politics, Vol. 77 (4) (2015).

“Are rights important?” in Current Controversies in Political Philosophy, Thom Brooks (ed.). Routledge Press (2015).

“The Horizontal Effect of a Right to Non-Discrimination in Employment: Religious Autonomy under the U.S. Constitution and the Constitution of South Africa,” 95 Boston University Law Review 1181 (2015).

“Affirming (Not Rewriting) the Constitution: Higher Lawmaking as a Kind of Civic Education,” 19 Wisconsin Law Review Online (Symposium 2015).

“The Scope of Formal Equality of Opportunity:  The Horizontal Effects of Rights in a Liberal Constitution,” Political Theory: An International Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 42 (6) (2014)

“Collapsing Suspect Class with Suspect Classification: Why Strict Scrutiny is too Strict and not Strict Enough” 47 University of Georgia Law Review 301, 2013 (lead article)

Judging without Rights: Public Reason and the Counter Majoritarian Difficulty” in Studies in Law, Politics, and Society , vol. 58, 2012 (lead article)

“Why a Criminal Prohibition on Sex Selective Abortions Amounts to a Thought Crime,” in Criminal Law and Philosophy , Vol. 5 (3), 2011

“Expressive Exclusion: A Defense,” in Journal of Moral Philosophy , Vol. 7(4), 2010 (lead article)

“How Constitutional Law Rationalizes Racism,” in Polity , Vol. 42, 2010

“What is so Special About Religion? The Dilemma of the Religious Exemption,” in Journal of Political Philosophy , Vol. 15, 2007

“Repudiating Morals Legislation: Rendering the Constitutional Right to Privacy Obsolete,” in Cleveland State Law Review , 53 (3) 2006

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Deborah Jordan Brooks

"He Runs, She Runs: Why Gender Stereotypes Do Not Harm Women Candidates," Princeton University Press, 2013. Winner of the 2014 Victoria Schuck Award from the American Political Science Association for the best book published on women and politics and the 2014 David O. Sears Book from the International Society of Political Psychology for the best book published in the field of the political psychology of mass politics. 

“Assessing Accountability in a Post-Citizens United Era: The Effects of Attack Ad Sponsorship by Unknown Independent Groups,” American Politics Research, May 2012, 40: 383-418, with Michael Murov.

"Testing the Double Standard for Candidate Emotionality: Voter Reactions to the Tears and Anger of Male and Female Politicians," The Journal of Politics, April 2011, Vol. 73(2): 597-615.

"A War of One's Own: Understanding the Gender Gap in Support for War," Public Opinion Quarterly, June 2011, Vol. 75(2): 270-286, with Ben Valentino.

"A Negativity Gap? Voter Gender and Attack Politics in American Elections," Politics and Gender, September 2010, Vol. 6(3): 319-341.

"Beyond Negativity: The Effects of Incivility on Voters," American Journal of Political Science, January 2007, Vol 51(1):1-16, with John Geer.

"The Resilient Voter: Moving Toward Closure in the Debate over Negative Campaigning and Turnout," The Journal of Politics, August 2006, Vol 68(3): 684-696. PDF


Stephen G. Brooks

Political Economy of International Security (Princeton Univeristy Press, forthcoming)

America Abroad: Why the Sole Superpower Should Not Pull Back from the World (Oxford University Press, 2016), with William Wohlforth.   [MORE INFO.]

World Out of Balance: International Relations and the Challenge of American Primacy (Princeton University Press, 2008), with William Wohlforth.   [MORE INFO. & DOWNLOAD CHAPTER 1]

Producing Security: Multinational Corporations, Globalization, and the Changing Calculus of Conflict (Princeton University Press, 2005).   [MORE INFO. & DOWNLOAD CHAPTER 1]

“The Demographic Transition Theory of War:  Why Young Societies are Conflict Prone and Old Societies are the Most Peaceful,” International Security, Vol. 43, No. 3 (Winter 2018/19), with Deborah Jordan Brooks, Brian Greenhill, and Mark L. Haas.

"The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers in the 21st Century: China's Rise and the Fate of America's Global Position," International Security, Vol. 40, No. 3: 7-48 (Winter 2015/16), with William Wohlforth.   [DOWNLOAD PDF]

“The Once and Future Superpower: Why China Won’t Overtake the United States,” Foreign Affairs, Vol. 95, No. 3 (May/June 2016), pp. 91-104, with William Wohlforth.   [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"Don't Come Home, America: The Case Against Retrenchment," International Security, Vol. 37, No. 3 (Winter 2012/2013), pp. 7-51, with G. John Ikenberry and William Wohlforth.   [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"Economic Actors' Lobbying Influence on the Prospects for War and Peace," International Organization, Vol. 67, No. 4 (Fall 2013), pp. 863-888.  [LINK TO PDF]

"Lean Forward: In Defense of American Engagement, " Foreign Affairs, Vol. 92, No. 1 (January/February 2013), pp. 130-142, with G. John Ikenberry and William Wohlforth.  [LINK TO PDF]

“Reshaping the World Order: How Washington Should Reform International Institutions,” Foreign Affairs, Vol. 88, No. 2 (March/April 2009), pp. 49-63, with William Wohlforth. [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"International Relations Theory and the Case Against Unilateralism," Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 3, No. 3 (September 2005), pp. 509-524, with William Wohlforth.  [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"Hard Times for Soft Balancing," International Security, Vol. 30, No. 1 (Summer 2005), pp. 72-108, with William C. Wohlforth.  [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"A Double-Edged Sword: Globalization and Biosecurity," International Security, Vol. 28, No. 3 (Winter 2003/04), pp.123-148, with Kendall Hoyt.  [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"American Primacy in Perspective," Foreign Affairs, Vol. 81, No. 4 (July/August 2002), pp. 20-33, with William Wohlforth.  [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"From Old Thinking to New Thinking in Qualitative Research," International Security, Vol. 26, No.4 (Spring 2002), pp. 93-111, with William Wohlforth.  [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"Power, Globalization, and the End of the Cold War: Reevaluating a Landmark Case for Ideas," International Security, Vol. 53, No. 3 (Winter 2000-01, pp. 5-53, with William Wohlforth.  [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"The Globalization of Production and the Changing Benefits of Conquest," Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 43, No. 5 (October 1999), pp. 646-670.  [DOWNLOAD PDF]

"Dueling Realisms," International Organization, Vol. 51, No. 3 (Summer 1997), pp. 445-477.  [DOWNLOAD PDF]

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John Michael Carey

Recent Articles

“Compulsory Voting and Income Inequality: Evidence for Lijphart’s Proposition from Venezuela.”  Co-authored with Yusaku Horiuchi.  Latin American Politics and Society 59(2):122-144.  May 2017. 

"Electoral formula and fragmentation in Hong Kong."  Journal of East Asian Studies:1-17.  2017. 

"Electoral system design in new democracies."  Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems.  Erik Herron, Robert Pekkanen, and Matthew Soberg Shugart, editors.  2017.

"An inflated view of the facts? How preferences and predispositions shape conspiracy beliefs about the Deflategate scandal."  Co-authored with Brendan Nyhan, Benjamin Valentino, and Mingnan Liu.   Research and Politics:1-9.  July-September 2016.


"Malapportionment and ideological bias in Chilean electoral districts."  Latin American Politics & Society 58(3):123-133.  Fall 2016.

"Legislative accountability: Should Brazil break up its big electoral districts?"  E-Legis 9(19):72-86. April 2016.



Legislative Voting and Accountability.  Cambridge University Press. 2009.

Term Limits in the State Legislatures.  Co-authored with Richard Niemi and Lynda Powell.  University of Michigan Press. 2000.

Executive Decree Authority.  Co-authored/edited with Matthew S. Shugart.  Cambridge University Press.  1998.

Term Limits and Legislative Representation. Cambridge University Press. 1996.

Presidents and Assemblies:  Constitutional Design and Electoral Dynamics.  Co-authored with Matthew S. Shugart.  Cambridge University Press. 1992.


Selected Previous Articles

“The electoral sweet spot:  Low-magnitude proportional electoral systems.”  Co-authored with Simon Hix.  American Journal of Political Science 55(2):383-397.  April 2011.

“Competing principals, political institutions, and party unity in legislative voting.”  American Journal of Political Science 51(1):92-107.  January 2007.

“Primary Elections and Candidate Strength in Latin America.”  Co-authored with John Polga-Hecimovich.  Journal of Politics 68(3):530-543.  August 2006.

“Incumbency and the Probability of Reelection in State Legislative Elections.”  Co-authored with Richard Niemi and Lynda Powell.  Journal of Politics 62(3):671-700.  September 2000.

“Parchment, Equilibria, and Institutions.”  Comparative Political Studies 33(6/7):735-761.  August 2000.

"Presidential Agenda Control and Spending Policy: Lessons from General Pinochet's Constitution."  Co-authored with Lisa Baldez.  American Journal of Political Science 43(1):29-55.  January 1999.

"Incentives to Cultivate a Personal Vote:  A Rank Ordering of Electoral Formulas."  Co-authored with Matthew S. Shugart.  Electoral Studies 14(4): 417-439.  December 1995.

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Michelle T. Clarke

Michelle T. Clarke.  Machiavelli’s Florentine Republic  (Cambridge University Press, 2018).

Michelle T. Clarke.  “Machiavelli: Menace to Societas” in The Ciceronian Tradition in Political Theory, ed. Daniel Kapust and Gary Remer.  University of Minnesota Press.  Forthcoming.

Michelle T. Clarke.  “Machiavelli’s Political Thought,”  Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science (with Vickie Sullivan), 27 July 2016.

Michelle T. Clarke.  “Machiavelli and the Imagined Rome of Renaissance Humanism,” History of Political Thought 36, no 3 (2015): 452-470.

Michelle T. Clarke. “Doing Violence to the Roman Idea of Liberty?  Freedom as Bodily Integrity in Roman Political Thought,” History of Political Thought 35, no. 2 (2014): 211 – 233.

Michelle T. Clarke.  “The Mythologies of Contextualism: Method and Judgment in Skinner’s Visions of Politics,” Political Studies 61, no. 4 (2013): 317-329.

Michelle T. Clarke.  “The Virtues of Republican Citizenship in Machiavelli’s Discourses on Livy,” Journal of Politics 75, no. 2 (2013): 317 – 329.

Michelle T. Clarke.  “On the Woman Question in Machiavelli,” Review of Politics 67, no. 2 (2005): 229 – 256.

Michelle T. Clarke. “Uprooting Nebuchadnezzar’s Tree: Bacon’s Criticism of Machiavellian Imperialism,” Political Research Quarterly 61, no. 3 (2008): 367 – 378.

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Mia Costa

Mia Costa, Bruce A. Desmarais, John A. Hird. 2018. “Public Comments’ Influence on Science Use in U.S.
Rulemaking: The Case of EPAs National Emission Standards.” American Review of Public

Mia Costa. 2017. “How Responsive are Political Elites? A Meta-Analysis of Experiments on Public
Officials.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 4(3): 241-254.

Mia Costa, Brian Schaffner, and Alicia Prevost. 2018. “Walking the Walk? The Effect of Pledging to
Vote on Youth Turnout.” PLoS ONE 13(5): e0197066.

Mia Costa and Brian Schaffner. 2018. “How Gender Conditions the way Citizens Evaluate and Engage
with their Representatives.” Political Research Quarterly 71(1): 46-58,

Mia Costa, Kaylee Johnson, and Brian Schaffner. 2018. “Rethinking Representation from a Communal
Perspective.” Political Behavior 40(2): 301-320

Mia Costa, Bruce A. Desmarais, and John A. Hird. 2016. “Science Use in Regulatory Impact Analysis:
The Effect of Political Attention and Controversy.” Review of Policy Research 33(3): 251-269.

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Linda L. Fowler

 “Veto-Proof Majorities, Legislative Procedures, and Presidential Decisions, 1981-2008.”  Co-author. Political Research Quarterly 70, 2(June 2017): 348-362.

Watchdogs on the Hill: The Decline of Congressional Oversight of U.S. Foreign Relations, Princeton University Press, 2015

“Congressional War Powers.” In Eric Schickler and Frances Lee, eds. Handbook of the U.S. Congress ,” (London: Oxford University Press, 2011), Chapter 35.

“Looking for Sex in All the Wrong Places: Media Coverage of Gubernatorial Candidates, 1990-1997.” Perspectives 7, 3(September 2009): 519-536.

“Seen, but Not Heard: Committee Visibility, Democratization and Institutional Change in the Senate National Security Committees, 1947-2006,” with R B Law, Legislative Studies Quarterly , 33 (2008) 357-386.

“The Effects of Retail Politics in the New Hampshire Primary,” with L Vavreck and C J Spiliotes, American Journal of Political Science , 46:3 (2002) 595-610.

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Michael C. Herron

Michael C. Herron

“Term Limits and Pork,” with K W Shotts, Legislative Studies Quarterly , 31:3 (2006) 383-404.

“Black Candidates and Black Voters: Assessing the Impact of Candidate Race on Uncounted Vote Rates,” with J S Sekhon, Journal of Politics , 67:1 (2005) 154-177.

“Government Redistribution in the Shadow of Legislative Elections: A Study of the Illinois Member Initiatives Grant Program,” with B A Theodos, Legislative Studies Quarterly , 24:2 (2004) 287-312.

“Studying Dynamics in Legislator Ideal Points: Scale Matters,” Political Analysis , 12:2 (2004) 182-190.

“Logical Inconsistency in EI-based Second Stage Regressions,” with K W Shotts, American Journal of Political Science , 48:1 (2004) 172-183.

"Ballot Formats, Touchscreens, and Undervotes: A Study of the 2006 Midterm Elections in Florida," with Laurin Frisina, James Honaker, and Jeffrey B. Lewis, Election Law Journal 7(1): 25-47, 2008.

"Ohio 2004 Election: Turnout, Residual Votes and Votes in Precincts and Wards," with Walter R. Mebane, Jr., in "Democracy at Risk: The 2004 Election in Ohio," report published by the Democratic National Committee, 2005.

"Voting Technology and the 2008 New Hampshire Primary," with Walter R. Mebane, Jr., and Jonathan N. Wand, William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 17(2): 351-374, 2008.

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Yusaku Horiuchi

“Doing Well by Doing Good: The Impact of Foreign Aid on Foreign Public Opinion” (with Benjamin E. Goldsmith and Terence Wood). Quarterly Journal of Political Science, Vol 9, Issue 1, March 2014, pp. 87-114.

“In Search of Soft Power: Does Foreign Public Opinion Matter for U.S. Foreign Policy?” (with Benjamin E. Goldsmith). World Politics, Vol. 64, Issue 3, July 2012, pp. 555-585.

“Making Outsiders’ Votes Count: Detecting Electoral Fraud through a Natural Experiment” (with Kentaro Fukumoto). American Political Science Review, Vol. 105, Issue 3, August 2011, pp. 586-603.

“Spinning the Globe? U.S. Public Diplomacy and Foreign Public Opinion” (with Benjamin E. Goldsmith). Journal of Politics, Vol. 71, Issue 3, July 2009, pp 863-875.

“Designing and Analyzing Randomized Experiments: Application to a Japanese Election Survey Experiment” (with Kosuke Imai and Naoko Taniguchi). American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 51, Issue 3, July 2007, pp 669-687.

Institutions, Incentives and Electoral Participation in Japan: Cross-Level and Cross-National Perspectives (London and New York: Routledge, 2005).

“American Foreign Policy and Global Opinion: Who Supported the War in Afghanistan?” (with Benjamin E. Goldsmith and Takashi Inoguchi). Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 49, No. 3, June 2005, pp 408-429.

“Malapportionment and Income Inequality: A Cross-National Analysis.” British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 34, Part 1, January 2004, pp. 179-183.

“Reapportionment and Redistribution: Consequences of Electoral Reform in Japan” (with Jun Saito). American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 47, Issue 4, October 2003, pp. 669-682.

“Spinning the Globe? U.S. Public Diplomacy and Foreign Public Opinion” (with Benjamin E. Goldsmith). Journal of Politics, Vol. 71, Issue 3, pp. 863-875, July 2009.

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Jeremy Horowitz

Jeremy Horowitz

“Ties That Bind? The Rise and Decline of Ethno-Regional Partisanship in Malawi, 1994-2009.” Democratization 17(3): 534-563 (with Karen Ferree)

“Civic Education and Democratic Backsliding in the Wake of Kenya’s Post- 2007 Election Violence” Forthcoming. Journal of Politics (with Steven Finkel and Reynaldo Mendoza)

"Campaigns, Ethnic Polarizations, and Violence in Kenya's Multiethnic Democracy" (Book manuscript)

"Why Ethnicity Reduces Strategic Voting: Evidence from Kenya's 2007 Election" (with James Long)

"Power-Sharing as a Solution to Ethnic Conflict: Kenya's Experience since 2008."

"Politician-Induced Violence in Africa" Calculated Electoral Strategy or Unintended By-Product?" (with Jonas Hjort)

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Nelson M. Kasfir

Nelson Kasfir

"Guerrillas and Civilian Participation: The National Resistance Army in Uganda, 1981-86," Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 43, no. 2: 271-296, June 2005.

"Sudan's Darfur: Is It Genocide?" Current History, vol 104, no. 682, lead article, May 2005.

“Uganda," in Countries at the Crossroads: A Survey of Democratic Governance, Sarah Repucci and Christopher Walker, eds., New York: Freedom House, 2004.

"Domestic Anarchy, Security Dilemmas and Violent Predation: Causes of Failure," in When States Fail, Robert Rotbert, ed., Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004.

"Movement, Democracy, Legitimacy and Power in Uganda," in No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities, Mugaju and Oloka-Onyango, eds., Kampala: Fountain Publishers, 2000.

Editor, Civil Society and Democracy in Africa: Critical Perspectives, London, Frank Cass, 1998.

"Civil Society, the State and Democracy in Africa," Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, vol. 36, no 2: 123-149, July 1998.

"No-Party Democracy' in Uganda," Journal of Democracy, vol. 13, no. 4: 49-63, April 1998.

"The Conventional Notion of Civil Society: A Critique," Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, vol. 36, no. 2: 1-20, July 1998.

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Dean Lacy

Dean Lacy

Lacy, Dean, and Dino P. Christenson. 2016. “Who Votes for the Future? Information, Expectations, and Endogeneity in Economic Voting?” Political Behavior.

Lacy, Dean. 2014. “Moochers and Makers in the Voting Booth: Who Benefits from Federal Spending, and How Did They Vote in the 2012 Presidential Election?” Public Opinion Quarterly.

Lacy, Dean, and Emerson M.S. Niou. 2013. “Nonseparable Preferences and Issue Packaging in Elections.” In Schofield, Norman, Gonzalo Caballero, and Daniel Kselman, eds., Advances in Political Economy: Institutions, Modeling, and Empirical Analysis. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Lacy, Dean, and Emerson M.S. Niou. 2012. “ Information and Heterogeneity in Issue Voting: Evidence from the 2008 Presidential Election in Taiwan.” Journal of East Asian Studies 12(1):119-141.

“Affective Forecasting Errors in the 2008 Election: Underpredicting Happiness,” with Catherine Norris and Amanda Dumville. Political Psychology 32,2 (2011):235-49.

“Testing Proximity Versus Directional Voting Using Experiments,” with Philip Paolino. Electoral Studies 29 (2010):460-471.

Lacy, Dean, Emerson M. S. Niou, Philip Paolino, and Robert A. Rein. 2018. Measuring Preferences for Divided Government: Some Americans Want Divided Government and Vote to Create It. Political Behavior. First on-line 22 December 2017
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Richard Ned Lebow

Theory and Evidence in Comparative Politics and International Relations , with Mark Irving Lichbach, (2007).

Coercion, Cooperation, and Ethics , (2006).

The Politics of Memory in Postwar Europe , with Wulf Kansteiner and Cladio Fogu, (2006).

Unmaking the West: “What-If” Scenarios that Remake World History , with Philip E. Tetlock and Geoffrey Parker, (2006).

The Tragic Vision of Politics: Ethics, Interests and Orders, (2003).

Franz Ferdinand Lives!A World Without World War I (New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, in press).

Goodbye Hegemony! Power and Influence in the Global System, coauthored with Simon Reich (Princeton: Princeton University Press, in press).

Constructing Cause in International Relations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in press)

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Jennifer M. Lind

BOOK: Sorry States: Apologies in International Politics (Cornell University Press, 2008).

“Markets or Mercantilism: How China Secures its Oil Supplies,” International Security, Vol. 42, no. 4. (2018). With Daryl G. Press.

“The Art of the Bluff: the US-Japan Alliance under the Trump Administration,” in Robert Jervis, ed., Chaos in the Liberal Order: The Trump Presidency and International Politics in the 21st Century (NY: Columbia University Press, 2018).

“Life in China’s Asia: What Regional Hegemony Would Look Like,” Foreign Affairs, Vol. 97, no. 2 (March/April 2018).

“Saving the Liberal Order From Itself,” Politique Étrangère, Vol. 82, no. 4. (2017)

“Asia’s Other Revisionist Power: Why U.S. Grand Strategy Unnerves China,” Foreign Affairs, Vol. 96,
no. 2 (March/April 2017).

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Michael Mastanduno

Michael Mastanduno

International Relations Theory and the Consequences of Unipolarity (Cambridge, 2011, co-edited with G.J. Ikenberry and W. Wohlforth).

“System Maker and Privilege Taker: The United States and the International Political Economy,” World Politics , 61:1 (2009) 121-154.

Global Costs and Benefits of the U.S.-Japan Alliance,in Takashi Inoguchi, ed., The U.S._Japan Security Alliance (Palgrave, 2011), pp. 75-90.

“The United States: Regional Strategies and Global Commitments,” in Security Politics in the Asia Pacific , W. Tow (ed.), (2009) 67-84.

“Economic Statecraft Revisited,” in Foreign Policy: Theories, Actors, and Cases , S. Smith, A. Hadfield and T. Dunne (eds.), (2008) 171-187.

“Rivals or Partners? Globalization and U.S.-China Relations,” Harvard International Review , 39:3 (2007) 42-46.

“Back to Normal? The Promise and Pitfalls of Japan’s Economic Integration,” in Strategic Asia 2006-2007: Trade, Interdependence, and Security , A Tellis and M Wills (eds.), (2006) 105-137.

U.S. Foreign Policy and the Pragmatic Use of International Institutions,Australian Journal of International Affairs, vol. 59 (2005), 317-333.

U.S.Hegemony and International Organizations, Oxford University Press, 2003. Co-editor (with Neil Macfarlane and Rosemary Foot) and cortributor.

International Relations Theory and the Asia-Pacific, Columbia University Press, 2003. Co-editor (with John Ikenberry) and contributor.

Unipolar Politics: Realism and State Strategies After the Cold War, Columbia University Press, 1999. Co-editor (with Ethan Kapstein) and contributor.

Beyond Westphalia? State Sovereignty and International Intverention, John Hopkins University Press, 1995. Co-editor (with Gene Lyons) and contributor.

Economic Containment: CoCom and the Politics of East-West Trade, Cornell University Press, Series in International Political Economy, 1992.

The State and American Foreign Economic Policy, Cornell University Press, Series in International Political Economy, 1998. Co-editor (with David Lake and John Ikenberry) and contributor.

“Unipolarity, State Behavior, and Systemic Consequences,” World Politics, Vol. 61, no. 1 (January 2009), pp. 1-27. Co-authored with William Wohlforth and G. John Ikenberry.

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Roger Masters

The Collected Writings of Rousseau, with Christopher Kelly, eds. University Press of New England, 12 volumes, 1990-2007

Fortune is a River: Leonardo da Vinci and Niccolo Machiavelli's Magnificent Dream to Change the Course of Florentine History, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1998. (See NYT book review)

The Nature of Politics. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989

The Political Philosophy of Rousseau. Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1968. Also available in French, as La philosophie politique de rousseau. Lyon: ENS Editions, 2002.

The Nation is Burdened: American foreign policy in a changing world. New York: Random House, 1967.

"Confirmation of and explanations for elevated blood lead and other disorders in children exposed to water disinfection and fluoridation chemicals," with Myron J. Coplan, Steven C Patch and Marcia S Bachman, Neurotoxicology, 28(5, 2007): 1032-42.

"Biology and politics: Linking nature and nurture," Annual Review of Political Science. Vol. 4 (2001): 345-369.

"Water treatment with silicofluorides and lead toxicity," with Myron J. Coplan, International Journal of Environmental Studies, 56 (4, 1999): 435-449.

"Environmental Pollution, Neurotoxicity, and Criminal Violence," with Brian T. Hone and Anil Doshi, in J. Rose., ed., Environmental Toxicology: Current Developments (London: Taylor and Francis, 1998), pp. 13-48.

"Emotion and Cognition in Political Information-Processing," with Baldwin M. Way, Journal of Communication 46 (3, 1996), 48-65.

"Dominance and Attention: Images of Leaders in German, French, & American TV News," with Siegfried Frey and Gary Bente, Polity, Vol. 23, No. 3 (Spring, 1991): 373-394.

"Evolutionary Biology and Political Theory," American Political Science Review, Vol. 84, No. 1 (March, 1990): 195-210.

"Happy Warriors: Leaders' Facial Displays, Viewers' Emotions, and Political Support," with Denis G. Sullivan, American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 32, No. 2 (May 1988): 345-368.

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Nicholas L. Miller

Stopping the Bomb: The Sources and Effectiveness of U.S. Nonproliferation Policy, Cornell University Press, forthcoming, 2018.

“Why Nuclear Energy Programs Rarely Lead to Proliferation,” International Security, forthcoming, Fall 2017.

“Red Lines in Nuclear Nonproliferation,” with Daniel Altman, Nonproliferation Review, forthcoming, 2018.

“Keeping the Bombs in the Basement: U.S. Nonproliferation Policy toward Israel, South Africa, and Pakistan,” with Or Rabinowitz, International Security 40, No. 1 (2015): 41-86.

“Questioning the Effect of Nuclear Weapons on Conflict,” with Mark Bell, Journal of Conflict Resolution  59, No. 1 (2015): 74-92.

“The Secret Success of Nonproliferation Sanctions,” International Organization  68, No. 4 (2014): 913-944.

“Political Devolution and Resistance to Foreign Rule: A Natural Experiment,” with Jeremy Ferwerda, American Political Science Review  108, No. 3 (2014): 642-660.

“Nuclear Dominoes: A Self-Defeating Prophecy?” Security Studies  23, No. 1 (2014): 33-73.


J. Russell Muirhead

A Lot of People Are Saying: The New Conspiracism and the Assault on Democracy, Princeton University Press 2019

“The Logic of Politics,” art of “Critical Exchange: Political and Ethical Action in the Age of Trump,” with Jennifer Rubenstein, Suzanne Dovi, Erin R. Pineda, Deva Woodly, Alexander S. Kirshner, and Loubna L. Amine, Contemporary Political Theory (2018),

“The New Conspiracists,” with Nancy L. Rosenblum, Dissent, Democracy in Crisis issue, Winter 2018, 51-60

The best book on the Trump presidency was published 30 years ago, and Princeton University Press just reissued it in paperback with a new afterword by the author: Jeffrey K. Tulis, The Rhetorical Presidency. Buy it here. Read my new foreword here.

“Partisan Justification,” Political Theory, Commentary on Jonathan White and Lea Ypi, The Meaning of Partisanship,  Article first published online: December 28, 2017;

Rhapsody in Blue and Red, an interview with Russell Muirhead by Peter M. Robinson, Hoover Digest, 2017 #3

“Work and Wealth,” City Journal, summer 2017

“The Epistemic Basis for Political Opposition: Rejoinder to Min,” Critical Review, 28:3-4 (2016) 412-419, DOI: 1080/08913811.2016.1239808

Review, Daniel Schlozman, When Movements Anchor Parties: Electoral Alignments in American History, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Volume 47, Number 2, Autumn 2016, 239-41.

Critical Dialogue with Prof. Hans Noel including review Political Ideologies and Political Parties in America, and my response to his review of The Promise of Party, in Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 4, No. 3, (September 2016) 847-51.

 “Speaking Truth to Conspiracy: Partisanship and Trust,” with Nancy L. Rosenblum, Critical Review Vol 28, No. 1, (2016) 23-88.

"The Uneasy Place of Parties in the Constitutional Order," with Nancy L. Rosenblum, The Oxford Handbook on the U.S. Constitution, Mark Graber, Sanford Levinson, and Mark Tushnet, eds., Oxford University Press, 2015, pp. 217-240.

“Finding the Center,” in Solutions to Political Polarization in America, Nathaniel Persily, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp. 230-239.

“Assessment, Proportionality, and Justice in War,” with B.J. Strawser, in Leo J. Blanken, Hy Rothstein and Jason J. Lepore, eds., Assessing War: The Challenge of Measuring Success and Failure, Georgetown University Press, 2015, pp. 255-265.

The Promise of Party in a Polarized Age (Harvard University Press, 2014)

"“The Politics of Getting It Right,” Critical Review 26, nos. 1-2 (2014): 115-28; for symposium on Helene Landemore’s Democratic Reason

 “The Political Virtue,” review essay, Tulsa Law Review 49, no. 2 (Winter 2013): 251-265.

“The Case for Partisan Loyalty,” in NOMOS LII: Loyalty edited by Sanford Levinson, Joel Parker, and Paul Woodruff, NYU Press, 2013.

"The Ethics of Exit: Moral Obligation in the Afghan Endgame," in Hy S. Rothstein, and John Arquilla eds., Afghan Endgames, (Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2012).

"Meaningful Work and Politics,” The Hedgehog Review, fall 2012, pp. 21-29.


“The Partisan Connection,” with Nancy L. Rosenblum, California Law Review Circuit, Vol 3 (March 2012), 99-112.

"The Ancients Among Us," The University of Texas Law Review 89 no. 3 (February 2011) 671-686.

“The Work Ethic,” in Endangered Virtues, Peter Berkowitz, ed. Online volume available at; Stanford University Press, 2011.

“Can Deliberative Democracy Be Partisan?” Critical Review 22:2 (2010).

“Respectable Partisanship,” in Mary Ann McGrail and Sharon R. Krause, eds., The Arts of Rule: Essays in Honor of Harvey C. Mansfield, (Lexington Books, 2008).

“A Defense of Party Spirit,” Perspectives on Politics, December 2006.


Just Work Harvard University Press, 2004
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James Bernard Murphy

James Bernard Murphy

A Geneaology of Violence and Religion: René Girard in Dialogue  (Sussex Academic Press, 2018).

"Does religion give rise to violence--or the other way around?," The Washington Post, November 16, 2015.

The Philosophy of Customary Law  (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014).

Op-Ed: In Defense of Being a Kid : Wall Street Journal, Feb. 9, 2011.

Article : “The Lawyer and the Layman: Two Perspectives on the Rule of Law,” Review of Politics , 68 (Winter 2006) 101-131.

The Philosophy of Positive Law: Foundations of Jurisprudence, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005.

The Nature of Customary Law: Philosophical, Legal, and Historical Perspectives, edited with Amanda-Perreau-Saussine, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming March 2007.

"Habit and Convention of the Foundation of Custom," The Nature of Customary Law: Philosophical, Legal, and Historical Perspectives, edited with Amanda-Perreau-Saussine, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming March 2007.

"Ethical Ideals in Journalism: Civic Uplift or the Pursuit of Truth?" with Aine Donovan and Steven Ward, Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 20 2/3, forthcoming Summer 2006.

"Against Civic Schooling," in Social Philosophy and Policy, 21/1: 221-265, Winter 2004 and in Morality and Politics, Ellen Frankel Paul, et al., ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 221-265, 2004.

"Introduction" (with Richard Oliver Brooks) to Aristotle and Modern Law, Richard O. Brooks and James B. Murphy, eds., in series "Philosophers and Law," Tom Campbell, ed., Dartmouth, U.K.: Ashgate Publishers, 2003.

"Humane Work and the Challenges of Job Design," with David Pyke, in Rethinking the Purpose of Business: Interdisciplinary Essays from the Catholic Social Tradition, S.A. Cortright and Michael J. Naughton, Eds., Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2002.

"Equality in Exchange," in The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 47: 85-121, 2002.

"Nature, Custom and Reason as the Explanatory and Practical Principles of Aristotelian Political Science," The Review of Politics, 64: 469-495, Summer 2002.

"Practical Reason and Moral Psychology in Aristotle and Kant," Social Philosophy and Policy, 18: 257-299, Summer 2001 and in Moral Knowledge, Ellen Frankel Paul, et. al., ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.

"The Quest for a Balanced Appraisal of Work in Catholic Social Thought," in Labor, Solidarity and the Common Good, S.A. Cortright, ed., Carolina Academic Press, 2000.

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Kathleen E. Powers

Joshua D. Kertzer, Kathleen E. Powers, Brian C. Rathbun, and Ravi Iyer. 2014. “Moral Support: How Moral Values Shape Foreign Policy Attitudes.” The Journal of Politics, 7(3), 825-840.


Daryl G. Press

“Markets or Mercantilism: How China Secures its Energy Supplies,” International Security 42 (2018): 170-204 (with J. Lind).

“The New Era of Nuclear Arsenal Vulnerability,” Physics and Society Vol. 47 (2018) (with K. Lieber).

“The New Era of Counterforce: Technological Change and the Future of Nuclear Deterrence,” International Security 41 (2017): 7-44 (with K. Lieber).

     -- Best Article, awarded by the International Security section of APSA, 2018.

“Why States Won’t Give Nuclear Weapons to Terrorists,” International Security 38 (2013): 80-104 (with K. Lieber).

“Atomic Aversion: Experimental Evidence on Taboos, Traditions, and the Non-use of Nuclear Weapons,” American Political Science Review 107 (2013): 188-206 (with S. Sagan and B. Valentino).

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Julie L. Rose

Free Time. Princeton University Press, 2016.

"Justice and the Resource of Time: a Reply to Goodin, Terlazzo, von Platz, Stanczyk, and Lim." Law, Ethics and Philosophy, 5 (2017): 105-122.

"A précis of Free Time." Law, Ethics and Philosophy, 5 (2017): 33-36.

"Freedom of Association and the Temporal Coordination Problem." The Journal of Political Philosophy, 24, no. 3 (2016): 261-276.

“‘Keep the Citizens Poor’: Machiavelli’s Prescription for Republican Poverty.” Political Studies, 64, no. 3 (2016): 734-747.

"Money Does Not Guarantee Time: Discretionary Time as a Distinct Object of Distributive Justice." The Journal of Political Philosophy, 22, no. 4 (2014): 438-457.

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Anne Sa'adah

"'Homeless in Tahrir': From Hope to Anguish in the Middle East," review essay, International Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 47, No. 1 (January 2015), pp. 153-168.


“Regime Change: Lessons from Germany on Justice, Institution Building, and Democracy,” Journal of Conflict Resolution , 50:3 (June 2006) 1-21.

“Reflections on Democracy: The Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning?” Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 35:2 (Fall 2004) 249-263.

“Hope, Disappointment, and Self-Restraint: Reflections on the Democratic Experiment,” in The Making and Unmaking of Democracy: Lessons from History and World Politics, T. Rabb and E. Suleiman (eds.), (2002) 66-88.

Contemporary France: A Democratic Education. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003; xi, 340 pp.

Germany's Second Chance: Trust, Justice, and Democratization. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1998; xii, 343 pp.

"Ein Staatsmann mit Geschichte': Joschka Fischer's German Past," German Politics and Society, Vol. 19, No. 3 (Fall 2001), pp. 56-79.

"Power in Helmut Kohl's Republic: The Two Faces of German Democracy," German Politics and Society, Vol. 18, No. 2 (Summer 2000), pp. 91-109, .

"The Headaches and Heartaches of Globalization: A Review of Oskar Lafontaine's Das Herz schlägt links," German Politics and Society, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Spring 2000), pp. 122-131.

The Shaping of Liberal Politics in Revolutionary France: A Comparative Perspective. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990; xv, 248 pp.

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Ronald G. Shaiko

"Admissions Is Just Part of the Diversity Puzzle," The Chronicle of Higher Education (Diversity in Academe Issue), 59 (39), June 14, 2013, pp. A24-A25. 

"It Wasn't Easy Being Green in 2010: The League of Conservation Voters and the Uphill Battle to Make the Environment Matter," in Paul S. Herrnson, Clyde Wilcox, and Christopher J. Deering, eds., Interest Groups Unleashed (Washington, DC: (Sage/Congressional Quarterly Press, 2012), pp.153-169.

"The News Media and Organized Interests in the United States," in Mark Rozell, ed., Media Power, Media Politics, 2nd edition (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2008).

"Political Parties--On the Path to Revitalization," in Richard Semiatin, ed., Campaigns on the Cutting Edge (Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press, 2008), pp. 105-122.

"Same-Sex Marriage, GLBT Organizations, and the Lack of Spirited Political Engagement," in Clyde Wilcox and Craig Rimmerman, eds., The Politics of Same-Sex Marriage (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007), pp. 85-103.

The Interest Group Connection: Electioneering, Lobbying, and Policymaking in Washington, 2nd Edition, co-edited with Paul S. Herrnson and Clyde Wilcox, Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press, 2005.

"Making the Connection: Organized Interests, Political Representation, and the Changing Rules of the Game in Washington Politics," in Paul S. Herrnson, Ronald G. Shaiko, and Clyde Wilcox, eds., The Interest Group Connection: Electioneering, Lobbying, and Policymaking in Washington, 2nd edition, Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press, 2005; with Paul S. Herrnson and Clyde Wilcox.

"Spin, Advocacy, and Political News Reporting: The media and Interest Groups in the United States," in Mark Rozell, ed., Media Power, Media Politics, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003, pp. 181-205.

Voices and Echoes for the Environment: Public Interest Representation in the 1990s and Beyond, Columbia University Press, 1999.

The Interest Group Connection: Electioneering, Lobbying, and Policymaking in Washington, Chatham House Publishers, 1998; co-editor.

"Female Participation in Association Governance and Political Representation: Women as Executive Directors, Board Members, Lobbyists, and PAC Directors," Nonprofit Management and Leadership, Winter 1997; (Winner, 1999 Editors' Prize for Best Scholarly Paper in Nonprofit Management and Leadership).

USAID Political Party Development Assistance, United States Agency for International Development/Center for Democracy and Governance Technical Publications Series (PN-ACE-500), April 1999.

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Lucas Swaine

Lucas Swaine

The Liberal Conscience: Politics and Principle in a World of Religious Pluralism (New York: Columbia University Press, 2006; paperback edition, 2008).

“Freedom of Thought as a Basic Liberty,” Political Theory, Vol. 46, No. 3 (2018), pp. 405-25. Available at:

“Can Islam Transform Liberalism?” Politics, Religion & Ideology, Vol. 19, No. 3 (2018), pp. 285-304. Available at:

“Legal Exemptions for Religious Feelings,” in Religious Exemptions, ed. Kevin Vallier and Michael Weber (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018), pp. 74-96.

“The Origins of Autonomy,” History of Political Thought, Vol. 37, No. 2 (2016): 216-37.

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Benjamin A. Valentino

Benjamin A. Valentino

Final Solutions: Mass Killing and Genocide in the Twentieth Century (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2004).

“Revisiting Hiroshima in Iran: American Attitudes about Nuclear Weapons and Non-Combatant Immunity,” International Security, Vol. 42, No. 1 (Summer 2017), pp. 41–79. With Scott Sagan.

“Why We Kill: The Political Science of Political Violence against Civilians,” Annual Review of Political Science, (Spring 2014)

“Atomic Aversion: Experimental Evidence on Taboos, Traditions, and the Non-Use of Nuclear Weapons.” With Scott Sagan and Daryl Press. American Political Science Review, vol. 107, no. 1 (Winter 2013).

“The True Costs of Humanitarian Intervention: The Hard Truth Behind a Noble Notion.” Foreign Affairs, vol. 90, no. 6 (November/December 2011), pp. 60-73.

Diederick J. Vandewalle

Diederick J. Vandewalle

A History of Modern Libya, Cambridge University Press, 2006.

“Social Contracts, Institutional Development and Economic Growth and Reform in Middle East Oil Exporters,” background paper for Tarik Yousef, The Employment Challenge in the 21st Century: From Labor Force Growth to Job Creation , (Summer 2004).

“Education, Citizenship, and Development: The United Arab Emirates,” Arabian Society for Human Resources Management , (Summer 2002).

“Educational Policies and State-building in the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf” in Proceedings of the International Conference , Men’s Higher Colleges of Education, (2001).

Libya Since Independence: Oil and State-Building, Cornell University Press, 1998.

Editor, North Africa: Development and Reform in a Changing Global Economy, St. Martin's Press, 1996.

Editor, Qadhafi's Revolution 1969-1994," St. Martin's Press, 1995.

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Sean Jeremy Westwood

Fear and Loathing across Party Lines: New Evidence on Group Polarization
S Iyengar, SJ Westwood, American Journal of Political Science

Selective exposure in the age of social media: Endorsements trump partisan source affiliation when selecting news online
S Messing, SJ Westwood, Communication Research 41 (8), 1042-1063    

How words and money cultivate a personal vote: The effect of legislator credit claiming on constituent credit allocation
J Grimmer, S Messing, SJ Westwood, American Political Science Review 106 (04), 703-719    99

The Impression of Influence: Legislator Communication, Representation, and Democratic Accountability
J Grimmer, SJ Westwood, S Messing, Princeton University Press    24    2014

The Limits of Partisan Prejudice
Y Lelkes, SJ Westwood, Journal of Politics 79 (2)

Estimating heterogeneous treatment effects and the effects of heterogeneous treatments with ensemble methods
J Grimmer, S Messing, SJ Westwood, Political Analysis

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Richard F. Winters

“The Politics of Taxing and Spending,” in Politics in the American States , H. Jacobs, V. Gray and R. Hanson (eds.), (1999).

“The Politics of Taxing and Spending,” in Politics in the American States , H. Jacobs, V. Gray and R. Hanson (eds.), (1996).

“The Electoral-Political Economy of Taxation,” in 1995 Papers and Proceedings of the National Tax Association , (1995).

“Taxes and Voting: Electoral Retribution in the American States,” with S. L. Kone, Journal of Politics , (February 1993).

“Party, Political Liberalism, and Redistribution: An Application to the American States,” with R. Plotnick, American Politics Quarterly , (October 1990).

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William C. Wohlforth

William C. Wohlforth

The Oxford Handbook of International Security (Oxford: forthcoming January 2018), edited, with Alexndra Gheciu

“An Abiding Antagonism: realism, idealism, and the mirage of US-Russian partnership in the end of the Cold War” (with Vladislav Zubok),  International Politics (published online May 2017).

Is US Grand Strategy Self Defeating? Deep Engagement, Military Spending and Sovereign Debt,” with Carla Norrlof.  Forthcoming in Conflict Management and Peace Science (published online November 2016)

America Abroad: The United States’ Global Role in the 21st Century (Oxford, 2016) (with S. G. Brooks)

“The Once and Future Superpower: Why China Won’t Overtake the United States” Foreign Affairs March-April 2016, 91-104.  (with S.G. Brooks)

"The Rise and Fall of Great Powers in the 21st Century: China’s Rise and the Fate of America’s Global Position,” International Security 40, No. 3 (Winter 2015-16), pp. 7-53. With S. G. Brooks.

“Nation Building Through War,” American Political Science Review Vol. 109, No. 2 May 2015, 279-296. with Nicholas Sambanis and Stergios Skaperdas.

Status in World Politics (Cambridge University Press, 2014) edited with T.V. Paul and Deborah Larson)

“Lean Forward: In Defense of American Engagement,” Foreign Affairs Jan-Feb 2013, pp. 130-142.  With S.G. Brooks and G. J. Ikenberry.

“Don’t Come Home, America: The Case Against Retrenchment,” International Security 37/3 (Winter 2012-13): 7-51.  With S.G. Brooks and G. J. Ikenberry.

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