What We Wrote

Boaz Atzili (Alum ’06)

Boaz Atzili, Triadic Coercion: Israel’s Targeting of States that Host Nonstate Actors (New York: Columbia University Press, 2018).


Kevin Benson (Army Fellow, ’01-02)

Kevin Benson, “It is OUR Fault,” Infinity Journal, Vol. 6, Issue 2, August 2018.


Shawn Creamer (Army Fellow, ’16-17)

Shawn Creamer, “The United Nations Command and the Sending States,” International Journal of Korean Studies (2017).


Mayumi Fukushima (Graduate Student)

Mayumi Fukushima and Richard Samuels, “Japan’s National Security Council: Filling the Whole of Government?” International Affairs, Vol. 94, Issue 4, July 2018, pp. 773—790. Featured also on International Affairs Blog.


Eugene Gholz (Research Affiliate)

Eugene Gholz, Andrew James, and Thomas Speller, “The Second Face of Systems Integration: An Empirical Analysis of Supply Chains to Complex Product Systems,” Research Policy, Vol. 47, No. 8 (October 2018), pp. 1478-94.


Kelly M. Greenhill (Research Affiliate)

An audiobook version of Coercion: The Power to Hurt in International Politics (Co-edited with P. Krause) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018) was released by Tantor Media (September 2018).

Kelly M. Greenhill, “Of Wars and Rumors of Wars: Extra-factual Information and (In)Advertent Escalation,” commissioned white paper for the Stanley Foundation/CISAC/Hoover Institution (working paper version, September 2018).

Kelly M. Greenhill, “How Trump Manipulates the Migration Debate: The Use and Abuse of Extra –factual Information,” Foreign Affairs (July, 2018).


Alan Kuperman (Alum ’02)

Alan Kuperman, “Japan’s Misguided Plutonium Policy,” Arms Control Today (October 2018), pp. 16-22.

Alan Kuperman, “How Not to Reduce Japan’s Plutonium Stockpile,” Kyodo News, Op-ed, July 13, 2018.


Peter Krause (Research Affiliate)

Peter Krause with Ehud Eiran, “How Human Boundaries Become State Borders: Radical Flanks and Territorial Control in the Modern Era,” Comparative Politics, Vol. 50, No. 4 (July 2018), pp. 479­-499.

Peter Krause with Ehud Eiran, “Old (Molotov) Cocktails in New Bottles? “Price-Tag” and Settler Violence in Israel and the West Bank,” Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol. 30, No. 4 (July 2018), pp. 637­-657.

Peter Krause, “A State, an Insurgency, and a Revolution: Understanding and Defeating the Three Faces of ISIS,” in The Future of ISIS: Regional and International Implications, Sumit Ganguly and Feisal A.R. al-Istrabadi eds., (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2018).

Peter Krause, “When Terrorism Works: Explaining Success and Failure Across Varying Targets and Objectives,” in When Does Terrorism Work?, Diego Muro ed., (New York: Routledge, 2018).


Caglar Kurc (Fulbright Fellow, ’12-13)

Caglar Kurc & Sibel Oktay, “Taking Production Relations Seriously: The Role of Defence Firms in Armaments Cooperation,European Security, September 2018.


Marika Landau-Wells (Alum ’18)

Marika Landau-Wells, “High Stakes and Low Bars: How International Recognition Shapes the Conduct of Civil Wars,” International Security, Summer 2018.


Barry Posen (Faculty)

Barry Posen, “This 9/11, end the Afghanistan War,” USA Today, September 10, 2018.

Barry Posen, “The Diffusion of Power and the Organization of the U.S. National Security Establishment,” US National Security Reform: Reassessing the National Security Act of 1947, ed. Heidi B. Demarest and Erica D. Borghard (New York: Routledge, 2018).


Jeremy Pressman (Alum ’02)

Jeremy Pressman, “The National School Walkout of March 14, 2018,” in the Summer 2018 issue of Extensions at the Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center at The University of Oklahoma.


Joshua Shifrinson (Alum ’13)

Joshua Shifrinson, Rising Titans, Falling Giants (New York: Cornell University Press, 2018).


Joel Sokolsky (Senior Advisor)

Joel Sokolsky, Christian Leuprecht, and Jayson Derow, “Canada, NATO and the Battle for the “Soul” of American Foreign Policy,” Ottawa, Ontario, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, August 22, 2018.


David Andrew Weinberg (Alum ’12)

David Andrew Weinberg with Susan Corke, “International Community Must Do More to Confront Hate Crimes,” The Hill, August 15, 2018.

David Andrew Weinberg, “America’s Gulf Allies Still Sponsor Hate Preachers,” Long War Journal, July 20, 2018.