2011 Articles, Chapters, and Reports
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 Rights, International 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 EU, Foreign 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, 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 Unnecessarily, 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 Uprisings, Survival, 53:2, 3–42.
John Logsdon, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Affairs
Shooting for the Moon, 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?" (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. II, 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 Africa, The European Financial Review. April 15, 2011, 16–19.
North African Revolutions and Protests Challenge Chinese Diplomacy. China Brief, 11:6, 2–5.
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 , Horn of Africa Series, The Wilson Center, Oct. 2011.