journal covers: International Affairs Review; The Globe

Student Publications

International Affairs Review (IAR) is a graduate student-run publication. The Globe is an undergraduate journal published by the International Affairs Society, a GW student group.

Articles, Chapters & Reports

Articles, reports, and book chapter contributions can be found below by year of publication and alphabetically by author.

 

Hossein G. Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs

The Moral Foundation of Collective Action Against Economic Crimes,” (.pdf) with Daud Vicary Abdullah and Abbas Mirakhor, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 68, Number 272, March 2015.

Severe Financial Crises and Fundamental Reforms: the Benefits of Risk Sharing,” (.pdf) Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, Volume 28, Number 1, January 2015.


Charles L. Glaser, professor of political science and international affairs

A U.S.-China Grand Bargain? The Hard Choice between Military Competition and Accommodation.” International Security 39, no. 4 (2015): 49-90. doi: 10.1162/ISEC_a_00199.


Marlene Laruelle, research professor of international affairs

Russia as a ‘Divided Nation,’ from Compatriots to Crimea: A Contribution to the Discussion on Nationalism and Foreign Policy.” Problems of Post-Communism 62, no. 2 (2015): 88-97. doi: 10.1080/10758216.2015.1010902.

The Three Colors of Novorossiya, or the Russian Nationalist Mythmaking of the Ukrainian Crisis.” Post-Soviet Affairs (2015) doi: 10.1080/1060586X.2015.1023004.

Patriotic Youth Clubs in Russia. Professional Niches, Cultural Capital and Narratives of Social Engagement.” Europe-Asia Studies 67, no. 1 (2015): 8-27. doi: 10.1080/09668136.2014.986965.

“Negotiating Social Activism. National Minorities Associations in Kazakhstan, or the Other Face of ‘Civil Society’.” In Civil Society and Politics in Central Asia, edited by Charles E. Ziegler, 111-133. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2015.


David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs

China’s Soft-Power Push.” Foreign Affairs 94, no. 4 (2015): 99-108.



Paul D. Williams, associate professor of international affairs

Enhancing U.S. Support for Peace Operations in Africa.” Council Special Report No. 73. New York: Council on Foreign Relations Press. May 2015.

 

Hossein G. Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs

Risk Sharing, Public Policy and the Contribution of Islamic Finance,” with Abbas Mirakhor, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 67, Number 271, December 2014.

Understanding Development in an Islamic Framework,” (.pdf) with Zamir Iqbal, Noureddine Krichene and Abbas Mirakhor, Islamic Economic Studies, 2014.

Islamic Finance: An Alternative Financial System for Stability, Equity, and Growth,” with Noureddine Krichene, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 67, Number 268, March 2014. Retrieved from http://ojs.uniroma1.it/index.php/PSLQuarterlyReview/article/view/11984/1....

A Gold Standard International Payments System Anchored in Islamic Finance,” with Noureddine Krichene, ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, June 2014.

On the Stability of an Islamic Financial System,” with Noureddine Krichene and Abbas Mirakhor, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 67, Number 269, June 2014.


Sean Aday, Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs and International Affairs; Director, Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication; Director, M.A. program in Global Communication

Syria’s Socially Mediated Civil War,” Marc Lynch, Deen Freelon, and Sean Aday. USIP PeaceTech Initiative Report, January 2014.


Esther Brimmer,  J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor

Is Brazil a ‘Responsible Stakeholder’ or a Naysayer?,” The Washington Quarterly, Volume 37, Number 3, Fall 2014.


Henry Farrell,  Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Forget Me Not,” with Abraham Newman, Foreign Affairs, 5/19. Retrieved from http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/141435/henry-farrell-and-abraham-....


Harris Mylonas, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Which Land Is Our Land? Domestic Politics and Change in the Territorial Claims of Stateless Nationalist Movements,” Harris Mylonas and Nadav G. Shelef, Security Studies, Volume 23, Issue 4, October 2014, pp 754-786.

Democratic Politics in Times of Austerity: The Limits of Forced Reform in GreecePerspectives on Politics, Volume 12, Issue 02, June 2014, pp 435-443.


Elizabeth Saunders,

Transparency without Tears: A Pragmatic Approach to Transparent Security Studies Research,” Security Studies, Volume 23, Issue 4, October 2014, pp 689–698.


 

Susan Ariel Aaronson, Associate Research Professor of International Affairs

With Ian Higham, "Re-righting Business: John Ruggie and the Struggle to Develop International Human Rights Standards for Transnational Firms," (.pdf) Human Rights Quarterly, 36, (2013), pp. 333-364.

Susan Ariel Aaronson and M. Rodwan Abouharb. "Does the WTO help member statesimprove governance?". World Trade Review, Published online: 17 October 2013. DOI:10.1017/S1474745613000244


Hossein Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs

"Economic Development in Islam," in Economic Development and Islamic Finance, Zamir Iqbal and Abbas Mirakhor (eds.), World Bank, July 2013.

Hossein Askari and Scherazade Rehman, "A Survey of Economic Development of OIC Countries," in Economic Development and Islamic Finance, Zamir Iqbal and Abbas Mirakhor (eds.), World Bank, July 2013.

"Conflicts, Oil Prices, and International Financial Stability," Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Volume 14, Issue 1, Winter/Spring 2013.


Stephen Biddle, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

"Ending the War in Afghanistan." Foreign Affairs. 12 Aug. 2013. Web. 27 Aug. 2013. <http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139644/stephen-biddle/ending-the-....


Michael E. Brown, Professor of International Affairs and Political Science; Dean, Elliott School of International Affairs

"Balancing Acts: The U.S. Rebalance and Asia-Pacific Stability" (.pdf), Robert G. Sutter, Michael E. Brown, and Timothy J.A. Adamson, with Mike Mochizuki and Deepa Ollapally, Rising Powers Initiative Policy Report, Sigur Center for Asian Studies, August 2013.


Tony Castleman, Associate Research Professor of International Affairs, Associate Director, Institute for International Economic Policy

Castleman, Tony. "Outrage over India Gang Rape Shows the Power of Human Dignity." The Christian Science Monitor. January 3, 2013.


Alexander Downes, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Forced to Be Free?: Why Foreign-Imposed Regime Change Rarely Leads to Democratization, Alexander B. Downes and Jonathan Monten, International Security2013 37:4, 90–131.


Laura Engel, Assistant Professor of International Education and International Affairs

Sharp Contrasts at the Boundaries: School Violence and Educational Outcomes Internationally, Leslie Rutkowski, David Rutkowski, and Laura Engel, Comparative Education Review, Vol. 57, No. 1, February 2013.


Charles Glaser, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Glaser, Charles L. "How Oil Influences U.S. National Security." International Security 38, no. 2 (Fall 2013): 112-146.


Henry Hale, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Regime Change Cascades: What We Have Learned from the 1848 Revolutions to the 2011 Arab UprisingsAnnual Review of Political Science 2013. 16:14.1–14.23.

Nikolay Petrov, Maria Lipman, and Henry E. Hale, "Three Dilemmas of Hybrid Regime Governance: Russia from Putin to Putin," Post-Soviet Affairs, September 2013, electronic copy available upon request from hhale@gwu.edu.


Marcus King, Director of Research; Associate Research Professor of International Affairs

King, Marcus, and Gulledge Jay. (2013) The Climate Change and Energy Security NexusThe Fletcher Forum of World Affairs. 37(2). 25-44.


Marlene Laruelle, Research Professor of International Affairs
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Sébastien Peyrouse, Research Professor of International Affairs

The Afghanistan-Central Asia relationship: What role for the EU? (PDF), Marlene Laruelle, Sebastien Peyrouse, and Vera Axyonova, EUCAM Working Paper No. 13, February 2012.


Harris Mylonas, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs,

Mylonas, H. (2013), GreeceEuropean Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook, 52: 87–95. doi: 10.1111/2047-8852.12012

Harris Mylonas. 2013. "Ethnic Return Migration, Selective Incentives, and the Right to Freedom of Movement in Post-Cold War Greece," in Willem Maas (ed.). Democratic Citizenship and the Free Movement of People (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff).

Harris Mylonas. The Politics of Diaspora Management in the Republic of Korea. (PDF) The Asan Institute for Policy Studies Issue Brief No. 81, , November 20, 2013.


David Shambaugh, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

China as a Global Power: Understanding Beijing's Competing Identities (PDF), Rising Powers Initiative, January 2013.


Nicholas Vonotoras, Professor of Economics and International Affairs

“Academic Entrepreneurship: An American (Individualistic) Perspective”, Asian Research Policy, 2013, 4(2).  (With James D. Kettenhofen)

“Network Structure and Robustness,” Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 2013, 22(4): 392-411.  (With Koichiro Okamura)

“Social Networks in R&D Program Evaluation”, Journal of Technology Transfer, 2013, 38(5): 577-606.


Paul D. Williams, Associate Professor of International Affairs; Director, Security Policy Studies Program

Peace Operations in Africa: Lessons Learned Since 2000 (PDF), Africa Center for Strategic Studies Security Brief, 25 July 2013.

Arthur Boutellis and Paul D. Williams, Peace Operations, the African Union, and the United Nations: Toward More Effective Partnerships in Peace Operations, (PDF) New York: International Peace Institute, April 2013.

AMISOM in Transition (PDF), Rift Valley Institute Briefing Paper, Nairobi Forum, 13 February 2013.

 

Hossein G. Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs

“Islamic Finance, Risk Sharing and International Financial Stability,” Yale Journal of International Affairs, Volume 7, Issue 1, Winter, March 2012.

“The Impact of Political Relations on Economic Relations Between Countries,” with Amir Najafi, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 65, Number 262, September 2012.


Susan Ariel Aaronson, Associate Research Professor of International Affairs

Trade and the Internet: The risks and challenges of this new technology P D F file iconThe International Economy, Winter 2012: 75–77.


Alexander Sebastian Dent, Associate Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs

Piracy, Circulatory Legitimacy, and Neoliberal Subjectivity in BrazilCultural Anthropology, 27:1, 28-49.


James H. Lebovic, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

"Unleashing Presidential Power: The Politics of Pets in the White House," Forrest Maltzmana, James H. Lebovic, Elizabeth N. Saundersa, and Emma Furth, PS: Political Science & Politics July 2012 45 : pp 395-400.


Marc Lynch, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Policy Brief: Pressure Not War: A Pragmatic and Principled Policy Towards Syria, Center for a New American Security, Feb. 21, 2012.


Sean Roberts, Associate Professor of International Affairs

Issue Brief: Kazakhstan and the United States: Twenty Years of Ambiguous Partnership, Atlantic Council, Jan. 2012.


Doug Shaw, Associate Dean for Planning, Research and External Relations Assistant Professor of International Affairs

Middle East Nonproliferation: Toward a Zone of Inclusion, The Nonproliferation Review, November 2012, 19:3, pp.357–363.


Nicholas Vonotoras, Professor of Economics and International Affairs

“Scale and Performance in Publicly Funded Collaborative Research and Development”, R&D Management, 2012, 42(5): 494-513. (With Yiannis E. Spanos)

“The Value of Flexibility in Adapting to Climate Change: A Real Options Analysis of Investments in Coastal Defense”, Climate Change Economics, 2012, 3(2). (With Peter Linquiti)

Innovation Policy Handbook, Report, Washington DC: The World Bank, 2012.  (With Anwar Aridi et al.)


Paul Williams, Associate Professor of International Affairs; Director, Security Policy Studies Program

Policy Paper: Alex J. Bellamy and Paul D. Williams, "Broadening the Base of United Nations Troop- and Police- Contributing Countries," P D F file icon Providing for Peacekeeping No. 1, New York: International Peace Institute, August 2012.


Robert J. Weiner, Professor of International Business, Public Policy and Public Administration, and International Affairs

Jeong, Y. and Weiner, R. J. (2012), Who bribes? Evidence from the United Nations' oil-for-food program. Strategic Management Journal, Volume 33, Issue 12, Pages 1343–1451. (Article first published online: 5 JUN 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/smj.1986)

January 01, 2011

 

Hossein G. Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs

Oil Rents, Political and Military Policies, and the Fallout,” in Handbook of Oil Politics, Robert Looney (ed.), London, UK: Routledge, December 2011.

“The Foundation of the Islamic Financial System,” with Zamir Iqbal and Noureddine Krichene, in Finance Islamique: regard(s) sur une finance alternative (Islamic Finance: overview of alternative finance), Mazars Group (ed.), Algiers: The Algeria School of Business (École Supérieure Algérienne des Affaires), July 2011.


Susan Aaronson, Associate Research Professor of International Affairs

Limited partnership: Business, government, civil society, and the public in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)Public Administration and Development, 31:50–63. DOI:10.1002/pad.588.

Unexpected Bedfellows: The GATT, the WTO and Some Democratic RightsP D F file iconInternational Studies Quarterly (2011) 55, 1–30.


Muriel Atkin, Professor of History

"Tajikistan, from de facto colony to sovereign dependency" in Sovereignty after Empire: Comparing the Middle East and Central Asia, S.N. Cummings and R. Hinnebusch, eds. Columbia University Press and Edinburgh University Press, 2011, pp. 304–325.


Bruce J. Dickson, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Updating the China Model, The Washington Quarterly, Autumn 2011, 24:4, pp. 39–58. DOI: 10.1080/0163660X.2011.608335.


Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and Professor of International Affairs; Director, Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies

"On Communitarian and Global Sources of Legitimacy," The Review of Politics, 73 (2011): 105-122


Henry Farrell, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

How to Save the Euro — and the EUForeign Affairs, Henry Farrell and John Quiggin, May/June 2011, Volume 90, Number 3, pages 96–103.


Harvey B. Feigenbaum, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

America's Cultural Challenge Abroad (.pdf), Political Science Quarterly, Spring 2011, 12 :1, 107–129.


Martha Finnemore, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

"Cultivating International Cyber Norms" in America's Cyber Future: Security and Prosperity in the Information Age by Kristin Lord and Travis Sharp (eds.), Center for a New American Security (May 2011).


Charles L. Glaser, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs; Director, Institute for Security and Conflict Studies

Defending RTIP, Without Offending UnnecessarilyP D F file icon Security Studies, 20:3 469–489, 2011.

Why unipolarity doesn't matter (much), Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 2011, 24: 2.

Disengaging from Taiwan: Should Washington Continue Its Alliance with Taipei?,Foreign Affairs, Shyu-tu Lee; Douglas Paal; and Charles Glaser, July/August 2011.

Will China's Rise Lead to War?Foreign Affairs, Charles Glaser, March/April 2011, 90: 2.


Henry E. Hale, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs; Director, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies

"Formal Constitutions in Informal Politics: Institutions and Democratization in Eurasia," World Politics (2011), 63:4, 581–617.


Marc Lynch, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs; Director, Institute for Middle East Studies; Director, Middle East Studies Program

After Egypt: The Limits and Promise of the Online Challenges to the Authoritarian Arab State. Perspectives on Politics 9, no.2 (2011), pp.301-310.

America and Egypt After the UprisingsSurvival, 53:2, 3–42.


John Logsdon, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Affairs

Shooting for the MoonP D F file icon GW Magazine, Spring 2011


Harris Mylonas, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

"Is Greece a Failing Developed State? Causes and Socio-economic Consequences of the Financial Crisis," in The Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy Yearbook 2011: The Global Economic Crisis and the Case of Greece, Konstantina E. Botsiou and Antonis Klapsis, eds. (Springer, May 2011)


Deepa Ollapally, Professorial Lecturer

The Pragmatic Challenge to Indian Foreign Policy, The Washington Quarterly, Spring 2011, 43:2, 145–162


Scheherazade Rheman, Professor of International Business/Finance and International Affairs

"Globalization Of Islamic Finance: Myth Or Reality?P D F file icon (with F. Perry), International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol. 1, No.19, December 2011.

"Corruption: The View From The Persian Gulf" (with H. Askari and N. Arfaa), Global Economy Journal, Vol. 11: Issue 3, Fall 2011.

"FDI, Technology Spillovers, Growth, and Income Inequality: A Selective Survey" (with D. Clark, J. Highfill, and J. Campino) Global Economy Journal, Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages –, ISSN (Online) 1524-5861,  DOI: 10.2202/1524-5861.1773,  July 2011

"Using Market Concentration in the Banking Sector as a Key Indicator for a Financial Soundness Index: A Case Study of Germany, France, Poland, Hungary, Albania, and Serbia",  (with A.Kulathunga), Journal of International Finance and Economics, Vol. 11, no. 1, June 2011.

"Measuring The Impact Of Globalization On Corporate Governance In Emerging Markets", (with F. Perry), European Journal of Management, Vol. 11, No. 1, March 2011.


David Shinn, Adjunct Professor of International Affairs

The Impact of China's Growing Influence in AfricaThe European Financial Review. April 15, 2011, 16–19.

North African Revolutions and Protests Challenge Chinese DiplomacyChina Brief, 11:6, 2–5.

Al Shabaab's Foreign Threat to SomaliaOrbis, Spring 2011, 55:2, 203–215. DOI: 10.1016/j.orbis.2011.01.003


Steve Suranovic, Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

Is Greed the Problem with Capitalism?Liberty, April 19, 2011.


Nicholas Vonotoras, Professor of Economics and International Affairs

ICT Network Impact on Structuring a Competitive European Research Area, Repot, European Commission, DG Information Society and Media, 2011. (With Stefano Breschi, Robbert Fisher, Franco Malerba, Koichiro Okamura, Siemon Smid)

Public Procurement and Innovation in the United States, Report, Embassy of Finland, 2011.


Paul Williams, Associate Professor of International Affairs; Associate Director, Security Policy Studies Program

The new politics of protection? Cote d'Ivoire, Libya and the responsibility to protect,International Affairs, Alex J. Bellamy and Paul Williams, 87: 4, 2011, 825–850.

Horn of Africa: Webs of Conflict & Pathways to Peace P D F file icon, Horn of Africa Series, The Wilson Center, Oct. 2011.

January 01, 2010

 

Hossein G. Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs

“An Oil Demand and Supply Model Incorporating Monetary Policy,” with Noureddine Krichene, Energy, Volume 35, Issue 5, May 2010.

“How Islamic Are Islamic Countries?” with Scheherazade Rehman, Global Economy Journal, Volume 10, Issue 2, May 2010.

“The Impact of Monetary Policy on Oil Process Parameters and Market Expectations,” with Noureddine Krichene, Global Finance Journal, Volume 21, Issue 2, August 2010.

“Monetary Policy and World Commodity Markets: 2000-2007,” with Noureddine Krichene, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 63, Number 253, Issue 2, July 2010.

“An Economic Islamicity Index,” with Scheherazade Rehman, Global Economy Journal, Volume 10, Issue 3, September 2010.

“Do Better Political Relations with the US Improve A Country’s Economic Conditions?” with Amir Najafi and Anwar Aridi, PSL Quarterly Review, Volume 63, Number 255, December 2010.


Susan Aaronson, Associate Research Professor of International Affairs

"Corporate Strategy and Inadequate Governance: The Pitfalls of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives," P D F file icon in The India Economy Review, Winter 2009/10 : 82–86.

"Obama's Big Failure," P D F file icon The International Economy, Summer 2010 : 18–21.

"How China's Employment Problems Became Trade Problems," Global Economy Journal: Vol. 10 (2010) : Iss. 3, Article 2. DOI: 10.2202/1524-5861.1635


Mona Atia, Assistant Professor of Geography and International Affairs

"Innocent victims": An accounting of anti-terrorism in the Egyptian legal context. UCLA Journal of Islamic and Near Eastern Law , 9(1).


Henry E. Hale, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs; Director, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies; Director, European and Eurasian Studies Program

"Russians and the Putin-Medvedev 'Tandemocracy': A Survey-Based Portrait of the 2007-08 Election Season," in Problems of Post-Communism (vol. 57, no. 2), March/April 2010 : 3-20.

"Eurasian Polities as Hybrid Regimes: The Case of Putin's Russia," Journal of Eurasian Studies, Jan. 2010 : 33–41.


Marc Lynch, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs; Director, Institute for Middle East Studies; Director, Middle East Studies Program

"Regional International Relations," P D F file icon in The Middle East, edited by Ellen Lust (CQ Press, 2010).

Islam Divided Between Salafi-Jihad and the IkhwanP D F file icon Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 33, no.6 (2010), 467-487.

"Veiled Truths: The Rise of Political Islam in the West", Foreign Affairs 89, no.4 (July/August 2010), pp.138-147.


Nikola Mirilovic, Professorial Lecturer and Postdoctoral Research Associate, Sigur Center for Asian Studies

"The Politics of Immigration: Dictatorship, Development, and Defense," Comparative Politics (vol. 42, no. 3), April 2010 : 273–292.


Mike Mochizuki, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs; Associate Dean for Academic Programs

"A proposed compromise on Futenma The unnecessary crisisP D F file icon in The Oriental Economist, January 2010 : 13–14.


Harris Mylonas, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

"Assimilation and its Alternatives: Caveats in the Study of Nation-Building Policies", In Rethinking Violence: States and Non-State Actors in Conflict, eds. Adria Lawrence and Erica Chenoweth. Belfer Center Studies in International Security (August, 2010) MIT Press.

"Hellenes are...Incorporation Strategies towards Co-Ethnic Repatriate Groups in Contemporary Greece, 1990-2006" (In Greek, with Elpida Vogli). In Immigrants and Minorities: Discourse and Policies, eds. Miltos Pavlou and Athena Skoulariki. Athens: Vivliorama/Research Center for Minority Groups.


David Shinn, Adjunct Professor of International Affairs

"China and the Conflict in Darfur" in The Brown Journal of World Affairs, 16(1), Fall/Winter 2009.


Henry R. Nau, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

"Obama's Foreign Policy," in Policy Review, No. 160, April and May 2010.


Nicholas Vonortas, Professor of Economics and International Affairs

“Uncertainty, Networks and Real Options”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2010, 75(3): 523-541. (With Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou and Sumit Joshi)

“Exclusivity in Licensing Alliances”, Strategic Management Journal, 2010, 32(2): 159-186. (With Deepak Somaya and Young-Jun Kim)

“Knowledge-Intensive Entrepreneurship in Europe: Some Policy Implications”, in Franco Malerba (ed), Knowledge-Intensive Entrepreneurship and Innovation Systems, Routledge, 2010.

Scale and Scope as Drivers of the European Research Area, Report, European Commission, DG Research, 2010. (With Wolfgang Polt, Robbert Fisher, Yiannis Spanos, Michael Dinges, Babis Ipektsides, Maria Pateraki)

Trends and Evolution of the EU ICT Research and Deployment Landscape, Report, European Commission, DG Information Society and Media, 2010. (With Franco Malerba, Nicoletta Corrocher, Lucia Cusmano)


Paul Williams, Associate Professor of International Affairs; Associate Director, Security Policy Studies Program

"Lessons Learned from Peace Operations in AfricaP D F file icon in Africa Security Brief, No. 3, March 2010 (Africa Center for Strategic Studies).


Judith S. Yaphe, Adjunct Professor of Practice of International Affairs

"Republic of Iraq" in The Government and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa, 6th Edition, David E. Long, Bernard Reich, Mark Gasiorowski, Eds. (Westview Press, 2010).