Publications

Learn about the books, reports, and journal articles our faculty have published.

Articles and Reports



Brokering cooperation: Intermediaries and US cooperation with non-state allies

September 01, 2015

Eric Grynaviski, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs authors, “Brokering cooperation: Intermediaries and US cooperation with non-state allies, 1776–1945.” European Journal of International Relations, September 2015 vol. 21 no. 3 691-717.

Methodological Problems in the Study of Nation-Building

August 19, 2015

Harris Mylonas, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, authors: “Methodological Problems in the Study of Nation-Building: Behaviorism and Historicist Solutions in Political Science,” Social Science Quarterly, Volume 96, Issue 3: 740–758.

A U.S.-China Grand Bargain? The Hard Choice between Military Competition and Accommodation

July 15, 2015

Dr. Charles Glaser, Director of the Institue for Security & Conflict Studies. A U.S.-China Grand Bargain? The Hard Choice Between Military Competition and AccommodationInternational Security, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Spring 2015), pp. 49-90. PDF Version 

 

 

The Agreekment That Could Break Europe

July 14, 2015

Harris MylonasAssistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, authored an article in Foreign Affairs titled, "The Agreekment That Could Break Europe".  Onine publication. July, 2015.

Hierarchy and Judicial Institutions: Arbitration and Ideology in the Hellenistic World

July 01, 2015

Eric Grynaviski, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs and co-author Amy Hsieh, “Hierarchy and Judicial Institutions: Arbitration and Ideology in the Hellenistic World.” International Organization 69, iss. 3 (2015): 697-729.

Spotlight

Video: Stephen Biddle's Talk on U.S. Policy Against the Islamic State

On Monday, December 4 Professor Stephen Biddle unpacked the problems with the U.S. military approach against the Islamic State and presented three options that the U.S. military can choose. If you missed the talk or would like to share it, the video is now available! 

SPS Program Awarded FAO Regional Skill Sustainment Initiative Contract

The Security Policy Studies program, led by Joanna Spear, associate professor of international affairs, was awarded a competitive contract for the Foreign Area Officer (FAO) Regional Skill Sustainment Initiative. This program, beginning in July 2015, will provide FAOs with advanced understanding and analysis of the most current regional security affairs, and the impact of regional activities on interagency and joint operations.

Enhancing U.S. Support for Peace Operations in Africa

In this Council on Foreign Relations Special Report, Paul D. Williams argues that greater U.S. involvement is necessary to enhance the quality and success of peacekeeping missions.