2005 Faculty Articles & Chapters
Faculty articles and book chapter contributions can be found below by year of publication and alphabetically by author.
Gordon Adams, Professor of the Practice of International Affairs, Director of Security Policy Studies Program.
"Fear vs. Hope: America and Global Security" in Foreign Service Journal (June 2005) pp.58-65.
Hossein G. Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs
"The Principal Foundations of an Islamic Economy" with R. Taghavi,
Banca Nazionale Del Lavoro Quarterly Review, Vol. LVIII, No. 235, December 2005 and in Moneta e Credito, No. 232, Dicembre 2005.
Must Develop Realistic Plan for Middle East" in National Interest,
"Financial Market Convergence and the Euro", with J. Chatterjee, in The Journal Of
Common Market Studies, Vol. 43, Issue 1, March 2005.
"US Middle East Policy: A New Start?" in The National Interest, May 15, 2005.
"Measuring the Vulnerability of Target Countries to US Economic Sanctions",
with J. Forrer, J. Yang and T. Hachem, in Business Economics, Volume XXXX, No. 1, April 2005.
"Two Ships Passing in the Night: The Story of US-Iranian Relations" in The National
Interest, January 6, 2005.
Jennifer Brinkerhoff, Associate Professor
Public Administration and International Affairs
"Digital Diasporas and Semi-Authoritarian States: The Case of the Egyptian Copts,"
special issue on "The Internet and Development: Assessing the Value Added." Public Administration and Development, Vol. 25, No. 3
(August 2005): 193-204.
"Paths to International Public Service: The Service-Choice Spiral and Implications for Graduate
Education Programs," (co-authored with Derick W. Brinkerhoff). Journal of Public Affairs Education, Vol. 11, No. 2 (April 2005): 73-82.
"Review of: Beyond Reconstruction in Afghanistan: Lessons from Development Experience,"
John and Dennis A. Rondinelli, eds. (New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2004). Public Administration and Development, Vol. 25, No. 1 (February 2005): 89.
Nathan Brown, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
"Palestinian Authority: On Paper, It's a Model Democracy; but Institutions Must Catch Up",
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Carnegie Papers, Democracy and Rule of Law Project, Number 59, June 2005).
"Iraq's Constitutional Process Plunges Ahead", (Carnegie Endowment for International
Peace, Carnegie Papers, Democracy and Rule of Law Project, Policy Outlook, July 2005).
"Constitutional Monarchies and Unconstitutional Republics: Legal Mechanisms for Succession in the Arab
World", in Egypte-Monde Arabe, no. 3, 2005.
"Is Political Consensus Possible in Iraq?", in Carnegie Policy Outlook, November 2005.
"Can Egypt's Troubled Elections Produce a More Democratic Future?", with Amr Hamzawy, in
Carnegie Policy Outlook, December 2005.
"Constitutionalism, Authoritarianism, and Imperialism in Iraq", in Drake Law Review, 2005.
"Problems of Election Monitoring in Egypt", with Amy Hawthorne, in Al-Dimuqratiyya, Cairo, November 2005.
"The Final Draft of the Iraqi Constitution: Analysis and Commentary", September 2005.
"Iraq's Constitutional Conundrum", in Carnegie commentary, August 2005.
"Final Update on Iraq's Constitutional Process", in Carnegie commentary, August 2005.
"Iraq's Constitutional Process Plunges Ahead", in Carnegie Policy Outlook, July 2005.
"Iraq's Draft Bill of Rights: Translation and Analysis", in Carnegie commentary, July 2005.
David F.J. Campbell, Professorial Lecturer
Production of Firms: Research Networks and the "Scientification" of Business R&D," in International Journal of Technology
Management, (With Wolfgang H. Güttel) 31 (1/2), 152-175. 2005.
Reid W. Click, Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs
"Financial and Political Risks in U.S. Direct Foreign Investment",
in Journal of International
Business Studies 36, September 2005, pp.559-575.
"Stock Market Integration in ASEAN After the Asian Financial Crisis",
with Michael G. Plummer in Journal of Asian Economics 16, February 2005, pp. 5-28.
"Bond Market Development and Integration in ASEAN", with Michael G. Plummer
in International Journal of Finance and Economics 10, April 2005, pp. 133-142.
Maurice East, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Affairs
"Educating for 21st Century International Affairs," in The State
Education Standard, Vol. 6, No. 1 (March 2005) pp. 32-35.
Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and Professor of International Affairs, Director of the Institute
for Communitarian Policy Studies
"Affective Bonds and Moral Norms: A Communitarian Approach to the Emerging Global
Society," in International Politics and Society, ed. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, (Verlag J.H.W. Dietz Nachfolger GmbH, 2005).
"Response to Simon Prideaux's ‘From Organisational Theory to the New Communitarianism
of Amitai Etzioni'," in Canadian Journal of Sociology, Vol. 30, No. 2 (2005).
"No State Intrusions," in The National Law Journal, (November 28, 2005).
"Complications of ‘Hispanic': Race or Ethnicity?" in
Footnotes, Vol. 33, No. 8 (November, 2005).
"Comment of Jonge and Young" in The Socio–Economic Review , v. 3, pp. 153-155.
"The Fair Society," in Uniting America, ed. Norton Garfinkle
and Daniel Yankovich, (Yale University Press, 2005).
"French Lessons" "(Toon respect, maar alleen voor wie gweweld afwijst)"
in NRC Handelsblad , (Dec. 2005).
"Enforcing Nuclear Disarmament,"
The National Interest , January 2005.
Harvey Feigenbaum, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs.
"Hollywood à l'ère de la production
globalisée," in Le Monde Diplomatique (August 2005).
Leon Fuerth, Research Professor of International Affairs
"Energy, Homeland, and National Security" in Energy and Security: toward a
New Foreign Policy Strategy, (eds. Jan H. Kalicki and David L. Goldwyn), Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2005.
James M. Goldgeier, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs.
"What to do about Russia", with Michael McFaul in Policy Review
"The Faulty Premises of the Next Marshall Plan", with Derek Chollet in
Washington Quarterly Winter 2005/06.
Muhiuddin Haider, Associate Professor of Global Health and International Affairs
"Global Public Health Communication: Challenges, Perspectives and Strategies",
Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, March 2005.
Henry E. Hale, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
"The Makeup and Breakup of Ethnofederal States: Why Russia Survives Where the USSR
Fell", in Perspectives on Politics, v.3, no.1, March 2005, pp.55-70.
"Why Not Parties? Supply and Demand on Russia's Electoral Market", in
Comparative Politics, v.37, no.2, January 2005, pp.147-66.
"Democracy and Revolution in the Postcommunist World: From Chasing Events to Building
Theory", Working Paper no.24, Program on New Approaches to Russian Security, (Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and
International Studies, April 2005).
"Party Development in a Federal System: The Impact of Putin's Reforms",
in Peter Reddaway and Robert Orttung (eds.), The Dynamics of Russian Politics: Putin's Reform of Federal-Regional Relations,
v.2 (Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005), pp.179-211.
"Regime Cycles: Democracy, Autocracy, and Revolution in Post-Soviet Eurasia"
in World Politics , Vol. 58, No. 1, October 2005.
Harry Harding, University Professor of International Affairs
"Creating Curiosity About International Affairs," in The State Education
Standard, Vol. 6, No. 1 (March 2005) pp. 9-11.
James G. Hershberg, Associate Professor of History and International Affairs
"‘The Jig Was Up': J. Robert Oppenheimer and the International Control of
Atomic Energy, 1947-49,"(Eds. Cathryn Carson and David A. Hollinger), in Reappraising Oppenheimer: Centennial studies and
reflections, (Berkeley, CA: Office for History of Science and Technology, University of California, Berkeley, 2005)
"Reading and Warning the Likely Enemy: China's Signals to the United States about Vietnam
in 1965" (With Chen Jian), International History Review, Vol. 27, No. 1 (March 2005), pp. 47-84.
Murhaf Jouejati, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
"Syrian Motives for its WMD Programs and What to do About Them" in Middle
East Journal, Winter Issue, Volume 51, Number 1.
"Is Syria Really Reforming?" in Global Issues [Qaddaya 'Alamyyia],
September-October 2005, Volume 2, Number 3.
"Inextricably Linked: The U.S. and Syria" in Foreign Service Journal,
October 2005 .
Peter F. Klaren, Professor of History and International Affairs
"Algunas observaciones sobre Jorge Basadre en el contexto de la historiografia del
siglo XX,"" in HOMENAJE A JORGE BASADRE: EL HOMBRE, SU OBRA Y SU TIEMPO, edited by Scarlett O'Phelan Godoy and Monica
Ricketts (Lima: Universidad Catolica--Instituto Riva Aguero, 2004), 87- 102
Forward to Ana Maria Lorandi, "Spanish King Of The Incas: The Epic Life Of Pedro
Bohoorques" trans. Ann de Leon, (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005).
"History of the Sugar Industry in Peru" in Revista De Indies,
(Seville) Jan-April, 2005, 33-48 (Special issue devoted to La Industria Azucarera En America.)
Michael J. Marquardt, Professor of Human Resource Development and International Affairs
"Leading with Question: How Leaders Find the Right Solutions by Knowing What to Ask",
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2005.
"Optimizing the Power of Learning in Action Learning", eds. Clare Rigg and Sue Richards,
with Waddill, D., in Action Learning Approaches to Public Leadership and Organization Development, 2005.
"Globalization: The Pathway to Prosperity, Freedom and Peace", in Human Resource
Development International, vol. 8, no. 1, 43-46, 2005.
Melani McAlister, Associate Professor of American Studies and International Affairs
"Prophecy, Politics, and The Popular: The Left Behind Series and Christian Evangelicalism's
New World Order", ed. Rebecca Stein, in Palestine, Israel, and the Politics of and Popular Culture, (Duke UP, 2005).
Cynthia McClintock, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
"The Evolution of Internal War in Peru: The Conjunction of Need, Creed, and Organizational
Finance", (eds.) Cynthia J. Arnson and I. William Zartman, in Rethinking the Economics of War: The Intersection of Need, Creed, and
Greed, The Woodrow Wilson Center Press (2005), pp. 52-83
"Peru: Economic Vulnerability and Precarious Democracy,", (ed.) Jan Black Latin
America: Its Problems and Its Promise, in, fourth edition, Westview Press (2005), pp. 441-456.
Edward A. McCord, Associate Professor of History and International Affairs
"Cries that Shake the Earth: Military Atrocities and Popular Protests in Warlord China"
in Modern China, Vol. 31, No. 1 (January 2005) pp. 3 - 34.
Thomas E. McNamara, Adjunct Professor of Practice of International Affairs
"Deterring Death and Destruction: Catastrophic Terrorism and The Proliferation of Nuclear, Chemical
and Biological Weapons", co-author, in American Interests in UN Reform: Report of the Task Force on the United Nations, Chapter
IV, (Gingrich-Mitchell Report), June 2005.
"U.S.–Libyan Relations and the UN", in The Atlantic Council of the U.S.,
Jack Mendelsohn, Adjunct Professor of International Affairs
"The Muddle of US Nuclear Weapons Strategy" in Arms Control Today , October 2005.
"The Ramifications of Current US Security Policy" in Does the Rule of Law Matter?,
by the Institute for Law and Peace, September 2005.
James R. Millar, Professor Emeritus of Economics and International Affairs
"Where are Slavic Eurasian Studies Headed in the 21st Century",
Occasional Papers #7, Slavic Research Center Hokkaido University, "The Future of Slavic Area Studies", (July 2005) pp. 5-11.
Micahel O. Moore, Professor of Economics and International Affairs
"VERs vs. Price Undertakings Under the WTO" in Review of International Economics,
vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 298-310, May 2005.
"Facts Available" Dumping Allegations: When Will Foreign Firms Cooperate in Antidumping
Petitions?" in European Journal of Political Economy, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 185-204, March 2005.
Henry Nau, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
"No Enemies on the Right"
Conservative Foreign Policy Factions Beyond Iraq, The National Interest , January 2005.
Elliot Posner, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
"Stock Exchange Competition and the Nasdaq Bargain in Europe", eds. Nicolas Jabko and
Craig Parsons, in With US or Against US: European Trends in American Perspective, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005).
"Market Power Without a Single Market: The New Transatlantic Relations in Financial
Services", eds. David M. Andrews, Mark A. Pollack, Gregory C. Shaffer and Helen Wallace, in The Future of Transatlantic Economic
Relations: Continuity Amid Discord, (Florence: European Union Institute, 2005).
Jerrold M. Post, Professor of Psychiatry, Political Psychology and International Affairs
"Weapons of Mass Destruction Terrorism", with Laurita Denny; Jim Davis and Barry
Schneider (eds.), in Avoiding the Abyss: Progress, Shortfalls and the Way Ahead in Combating WMD Threat, USAF Counter Proliferation Center,
"The Psychological Causes of Terrorism", Chapter 1, Volume 1, in Addressing the
Causes of Terrorism, The Club de Madrid Series on Democracy and Terrorism, 2005, from the International Summit on Democracy, Terrorism and
Security March 8-11, 2005.
"The Socio-cultural Underpinnings of Terrorist Psychology, Chapter 5", in Root
Causes of Terrorism: Myths, Reality and Ways Forward, Tore Bjorgo (ed), Routledge, 2005.
"When Hatred is Bred in the Bone", in The Making of a Terrorist: Recruitment,
Training, and Root Causes, Dr. James JF Forest (ed), Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 2005.
"Psychological Operations and Counter-terrorism", in Joint Force Quarterly,
Issue 37, pp. 105-110, Spring, 2005.
"Crimes of Obedience", with Lara Panis, in Democracy and Security, Vol. 1, #1,
pp. 33-40, 2005.
"Tyranny on Trial: The Personality and Trial Conduct of Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam
Hussein", with Lara Panis, in Cornell Univ. International Law Review, Vol. 38, #3, Fall 2005.
James Rosenau, University Professor of International Affairs
"Illusions of Power and Empire" in History and Theory, Vol. 44 (December 2005),
"Building Blocks of a New Paradigm for Studying World Politics" in Institute of
International Relations Yearbook, 2003-2004 (Athens: Ant. N. Sakkoulas Publishers, 2005), pp. 247-59.
"Global Governance as Disaggregated Complexity" in Contending Perspectives on Global
Governance: Coherence, Contestation, and World Order, eds. Alice D. Ba and Matthew J. Hoffmann, (London and New York: Routledge, 2005), pp. 132-153.
"Turbulence and Terrorism: Reframing or Readjusting the Model" in Globalization,
Security and the Nation State: Paradigms in Transition, eds. Ersel Aydinli and James N. Rosenau, (Albany: State
University of New York Press, 2005), pp. 221-29.
"Declaration of Interdependence" in International Studies Perspectives, Vol.
6 (February 2005), p. 155.
David Shambaugh, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs; Director, China Policy Program
"The New Strategic Triangle: U.S. and European Reactions to
China's Rise" in the Washington Quarterly. (28:3, pp. 7-25). Summer 2005.
"China's Military Modernization & the Asian Balance" in Ashley Tellis (ed.)
Strategic Asia 2005-2006 (Seattle: University of Washington Press for the National Bureau of Asian Research, 2005)
"The Rise of China & Asia's New Dynamics and Return of the Middle Kingdom? China and Asia
in the 21st Century," in David Shambaugh (ed.), Power Shift: China & Asia's New Dynamics (University of California
"China y el Siglo Asiatico [China and Asia's Dynamics]", Vanguardia Dossier
[La Vanguardia Magazine, Spain] (Summer 2005.)
"China's New Diplomacy in Asia", Foreign Service Journal p. 82, No. 5
"Lifting the European Arms Embargo
on China: An American Perspective", Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (Berlin) Working Paper.
"Rising Dragon and American Eagle
", Yale Global Online (April 20, 2005).
Amb. David Shinn, Adjunct Professor of International Affairs
"Ethiopia: Governance and Terrorism" in Battling Terrorism in the Horn of Africa
(Ed. by Robert I. Rotberg). World Peace Foundation and Brookings Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 2005.
"Dueling Priorities for Beijing in the Horn of Africa" in The Jamestown Foundation
China Brief (with Joshua Eisenman) Vol. V, Issue 21, October 13, 2005, pp. 6-9.
Stephen C. Smith, Professor of Economics and International Affairs
"Has the Development Community Overinvested in Microfinance?", in Global Future,
Fourth Quarter (December), 2005, pp. 20-22.
"Will the G8 Summit at Gleneagles Ultimately Help Africa?" in Congressional Quarterly
Researcher, 751, Sept. 2005.
Inder Sud, Adjunct Professor of the Practice of International Affairs
Stability and Development in Fragile and Failed States," by Monika François (M.A. '05) and Inder Sud, Development
Policy Review, Volume 24, Issue 2, March 2006.
Hildy Teegen, Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs
"Foreign Research and Development and Host Country Environment: An Empirical Examination of U.S.
International R&D," Forthcoming 2005 in Management International Review. (With J.P. Doh, G.K. Jones and R. Mudambi.)
Nicholas S. Vonortas, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Director, Center for International
Science and Technology Policy, Director, International Science and Technology Policy Program
"Multiproject contact in research joint ventures: Evidence
and theory" in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (With Christopher Snyder), 58(4): 459-486, (2005).
"Antitrust policy, interface compatibility standards, and
information technology" in Knowledge, Technology & Policy (With Thomas Hemphill), 18(2) (2005).
William Wise, Adjunct Professor of Practice of International Affairs
"Indonesia's War on Terror" published by United States-Indonesia
Society Washington, DC, August 2005.
Andrew Zimmerman, Assistant Professor of History and International Affairs
"A German Alabama
in Africa: The Tuskegee Expedition to German Togo and the Transnational Origins of West African Cotton Growers," in American
Historical Review 110 (2005): 1362-1398.