Staff & Faculty Publications

INSCT staff and faculty—as well as alumni and students—have an extensive and distinguished publishing record in the fields of national security and counterterrorism law and policy, led by INSCT Director William C. Banks.

Staff Publications

Baker, Hon. James E.

Books

In the Common Defense: National Security Law for Perilous Times. Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Regulating Covert Action. Yale University Press, 1992. (With M. Reisman.)

Chapters

“From Horses to Hammers: Homeland Security in Law, Doctrine, and Text.” In Sourcebook for Public Private Partnerships for Security and Resilience. Ed. S. Ginsburg. American Bar Association, 2017. 

“Bridging the Gap (Foreword).” In The US Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook, Third Edition. Eds. A.R. Pearlman, A.M. Borene, & H. Rishikof. American Bar Association, 2017.

“From Cold War to Long War to Gray War: Covert Action in US Legal Context.” In Essentials of Strategic Intelligence. Ed. L. Johnson. Clio, 2015.

“On Evidence (Foreword).” In Military Rules of Evidence Manual, Eighth Edition. Eds. S. Saltzburg, et al. LexisNexis 2015.

“National Security Process.” In National Security Law, Third Edition. Eds. J.N. Moore & R.F. Turner. Carolina Academic Press, 2015.

“Fair Justice/Good Order: The Why, the What, the How, and Maybe Even the Whether of Military Justice (Foreword).” In Court-Martial Procedure, Fifth Edition. Eds. F. Gilligan & F. Lederer. Matthew Bender, 2015.

“Foreword.” In Anticipative Criminal Investigation: Theory and Counterterrorism Practice in the Netherlands and the United States. Ed. M. Ballin. TMC Asser Press/Springer 2012.

“Exercising Discretion in the Middle Grey: Model Rules and Role Models in the Ethical Practice of National Security Law.” In The US Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook. Ed. A.M. Borene. American Bar Association,

“Prelude to Decision: Michael Reisman, the Intelligence Function, and a Scholar’s Study of Intelligence in Law, Process, and Values.” In Looking to the Future: Essays on International Law in Honor of W. Michael Reisman. Brill, 2010.

“Covert Action: United States Law in Substance, Process, and Practice.” In The Oxford Handbook Of National Security Intelligence. Ed. L.K. Johnson. Oxford University Press, 2010.

“From Cold War to Long War: Covert Action in US Legal Context.” In Strategic Intelligence. Ed. L. Johnson. Greenwood, 2007.

“National Security Process.” In National Security Law. Eds. J.N. Moore, et. al. Carolina Academic Press, 2005.

Articles

“The NSC in Transition: Organizing the National Security Council, Process, and Staff.” The Next Administration, ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security (November 2016).

“The Importance of Building Fires: Lessons Learned as a Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.” The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process (Spring 2015).

“What Process Is Due: The Role of Judging in National Security (The Judge Leonard I. Garth Lecture).” Rutgers Law Review, 67 Spring 2015.

“Is Military Justice Sentencing on The March? Should It Be? And, If So, Where Should It Head?” Court-Martial Sentencing Process, Practice and Issues, Federal Sentencing Reporter 27:2 (2015).

“Process, Practice, and Principle: Teaching National Security Law and The Knowledge That Matters Most.” Journal of Legal Ethics, 27:2 (2014).

“The Master Mason: How Professor Baldus Built a Bridge from Learning to Law and the Legacy of Equal Justice He Leaves Behind.” Iowa Law Review, 97 (2012).

“Jupiter as Everyman: Michael Reisman and the Scholar as Teacher.” Yale Journal of International Law, 34 (2009).

“A Running Start: Getting ‘Law Ready’ During a Presidential Transition.” ABA National Security Law Report 30 (2008).

“The Twenty-Year Test: Principles For an Enduring Counterterrorism Legal Architecture.” Journal of the ACS Issue Groups, 2:2 (2008).

“What’s International Law Got to Do With It? Transnational Law and the Intelligence Mission.” Michigan Journal of International Law, 28 (2007).

“Internet Pandemic? The Not-So-Secret and Expanding World Of Child Pornography.” Federal Law, 53 (2006). (With M. Krebs-Pilotti.)

“Letter of Appreciation: Peter Murphy Retires After a Lifetime of Dedication as Counsel to the Commandant of the Marine Corps.” Federal Law, 52 (2005).

“LBJ’s Ghost: A Contextual Approach to Targeting Decisions and the Commander in Chief.” Chicago Journal of International Law, 4 (2003).

“The National Security Presidency in Constitutional Context: Reflections on Terrorism and the Presidency from the Last Ten Years.” Miller Center Report, 19 (2003).

“The Constitutional Duty of a National Security Lawyer in a Time of Terror.” Public Law, 11 (2003).

“Constitutional Dignity and the Criminal Law.” Military Law Review, 174 (2002).

“National Security Process and a Lawyer’s Duty.” Military Law Review, 173 (2002).

“Ordered Liberty and the Homeland Security Mission.” Public Law, 10 (2002).

“When Lawyers Advise Presidents in Wartime: Kosovo and the Law of Armed Conflict.” Naval War College Review (Winter 2002).

Banks, William C.

William C. Banks

Books & Monographs

Constitutional Law: Structure and Rights in Our Federal System, 7th Edition. Carolina Academic Press, 2018. (With R. Smolla.)

Previous editions: 1987 (1st, with D. Braveman); 1991 (2nd, with D. Braveman & R. Smolla); 1996 (3rd, with D. Braveman & R. Smolla); 2000 (4th, with D. Braveman & R. Smolla); 2005 (5th, with D. Braveman & R. Smolla); 2010 (6th, with R. Smolla).

Previous supplements: 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012

Soldiers on the Home Front: The Domestic Role of the American Military. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2016. (With Stephen Dycus.)

Counterinsurgency Law: New Directions in Asymmetric Warfare. Editor. New York: Oxford UP, 2012.

Counterterrorism Law, 3rd Edition. New York: Aspen, 2016. (With Stephen Dycus, Peter Raven-Hansen, & Stephen I. Vladek.)

Previous editions: 2007 (1st, with Dycus & Raven-Hansen); 2012 (2nd, with Dycus & Raven-Hansen)

Supplements: 2014-2015, 2013-2014, 2011, 2010

National Security Law, 6th Edition. New York: Aspen, 2016. (With Stephen Dycus & Peter Raven-Hansen.)

Previous editions: 1990 (1st, with with Dycus, Raven-Hansen, & Arthur Berney); 1997 (2nd, with Dycus, Raven-Hansen, & Berney); 2002 (3rd, with Dycus, Raven-Hansen, & Berney); 2007 (4th, with Dycus, Raven-Hansen, & Berney); 2011 (5th, with Dycus & Raven-Hansen)

Supplements: 2014-2015, 2013-2014, 2011-2012, 2010, 2009, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003

Teacher’s Manuals: 1991, 1997, 2003, 2008

New Battlefields/Old Laws: Critical Debates on Asymmetric Warfare. Editor. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. (Nominated for the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.)

Combating Terrorism. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press, 2007. (With Mitchel Wallerstein & Renée de Nevers.)

National Security Law and the Power of the Purse. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. (With Peter Raven-Hansen.)

Book Chapters & Reference Book Entries

Who Did It? Attribution of Cyber Intrusions and the Jus In Bello.” In The Impact of Emerging Technologies on the Law of Armed Conflict (Lieber Series 3). Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2019.

“Law Enforcement by Military Means in the United States: Soldiers as Peacekeepers and Cops, Cops as Soldiers.” In Rechtsdurchsetzung mit Militärischen Mitteln: Inlandseinsätze der Armee und Militarisierung der Polizei (Law Enforcement by Military Means: Domestic Operations of the Army and Militarization of the Police). Eds. U. Kischel & S. Graf von Kielmansegg. Tübingen, Germany: Mohr Siebeck, 2018.

Developing Norms for Cyber Conflict.” In Research Handbook on Remote Warfare. Ed. J. Ohlin. Edward Elgar, 2017.

An Emerging International Legal Architecture for Cyber Conflict.” Research Handbook on the Politics of International Law. Eds. W. Sandholtz & C. Whytock. Edward Elgar, 2017.

 “Predator Strikes in the War on Terrorism.” In Security Issues in the Greater Middle East. Ed. K. Yambert. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2016.

“Regulating Drones: Military Law and CIA Practice and the Shifting Challenges of New Technologies.” In Drone Wars
: Transforming Conflict, Law, & Policy. Eds. Peter Bergen & Daniel Rothenberg. New York, NY: Cambridge UP, 2015.

“Law and Terrorism in the US and Beyond.” In The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Science, 2nd Edition. Ed. James D. Wright & Peter Schmidt. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier, 2014.

Perpetual Peace: Kant’s Rules for Warfare in the Contemporary World.” In Perpetual Peace: Re-Drafting Kant’s 1795 Essay for the Contemporary World. Eds. Rosi Braidotti & Gregg Lambert. redraftingperpetualpeace.org

“The Role of Counterterrorism Law in Shaping ad Bellum Norms for Cyber Warfare.” Israel Yearbook of Human Rights Vol. 43. Eds. Yoram Dinstein & Fania Domb. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2013.

Shaping a Global Legal Framework for Counterinsurgency: Placing Postmodern War in Context.” In Counterinsurgency Law: New Directions in Asymmetric Warfare. Ed. William Banks. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Exceptional Courts in Counterterrorism: Lessons from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).” In Guantanamo and Beyond: Exceptional Courts and Military Commissions in Comparative Perspective. Eds. Oren Gross & Fionnuala Ni Aolain. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2013.

“Terrorism in Argentina: Government as its Own Worst Enemy” in Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, 2nd ed. Eds. Victor Ramraj, Michael Hor, & Ken Roach. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2012. (With Alejandro Carrio.)

United States Responses to 9/11.” In Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, 2nd Edition. Eds. Victor Ramraj, Michael Hor, & Ken Roach. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2012.

“Programmatic Surveillance and FISA: Of Needles in Haystacks.” In Espionage and Intelligence (Current Controversies). Ed. Sylvia Engdahl. Westport, CT: Greenhaven, 2012.

A Brief History of the Field of National Security Law.” In National Security Law: Fifty Years of Transformation (An Anthology). Ed. Jill D. Rhodes. Chicago: ABA Publishing, 2012. (With Peter Raven-Hansen & Stephen Dycus.)

“Foreword.” In Making Sense of Proxy Wars: States, Surrogates, and the Use of Force. Ed. Michael Innes. Dulles, VA: Potomac Books, 2012.

“Toward an Adaptive International Humanitarian Law: New Norms for New Battlefields.” In New Battlefields/Old Laws: Critical Debates on Asymmetric Warfare. Ed. William Banks. New York: Columbia University Press. 2011.

“Who’s in Charge: The Role of the Military in Disaster Response.” In Disaster Law. Eds. Daniel A. Farber & Michael G. Faure. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2010.

“New Battlefields/Old Laws.” In The Global Impact of Terrorism 2008. Eds. Boaz Ganor & Eitan Azani. Herzliya, Israel: International Institute for Counter-Terrorism, 2010.

“Legal Sanctuaries and Predator Strikes in the War on Terror.” In Denial of Sanctuary: Understanding Terrorist Safe Havens. Ed. Michael Innes. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007.

“Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct the Terrorism Act of 2001 (USA PATRIOT Act).” In The Encyclopedia of Privacy, Vol. 2. Ed. William Staples. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2006.

“General Warrants.” In The Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties, Volume 2 (G-Q). Ed. Paul Finkelman. New York: Routledge, 2006.

“United States Response to September 11.” In Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy. Eds. Victor Ramraj, Michael Hor, & Ken Roach. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2005.

“Treaties and Treaty Power.” In The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States, 2nd Edition. Ed. Kermit Hall. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.

“Peacekeeping in Bosnia.” In Terrorism and Peacekeeping: New Security Challenges. Ed. Volker Franke. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004. (With Jeffery Straussman.)

“To Prevent and Deter International Terrorism.” In Terrorism and Peacekeeping: New Security Challenges. Ed. Volker Franke. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004.

“The Predator.” In Terrorism and Peacekeeping: New Security Challenges. Ed. Volker Franke. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004. (With Jeffery Straussman.)

“Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.” In Major Acts of Congress. Ed. Brian Landsberg. New York: Macmillan Reference, 2003.

“The Treaty Power in the Supreme Court.” In The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States. Ed. Kermit Hall. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.

“A New Imperial Presidency? Insights from United States Involvement in Bosnia.” In The New American Interventionism: Lessons From Successes and Failures. Ed. Demetrios James Caraley. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. (With Jeffery Straussman).

“The First Use of Nuclear Weapons: The Constitutional Role of a Congressional Leadership Committee.” In First Use of Nuclear Weapons: Under the Constitution, Who Decides? Ed. Peter Raven-Hansen. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1987.

Articles, Proceedings, & White Papers

“Next Generation Electronic Surveillance Law: Imagining the Future.” Connecticut Law Review, 49:5 (Sept. 2017).

“State Responsibility and Attribution of Cyber Intrusions after Tallinn 2.0.” Texas Law Review, 95:7 (June 2017).

“New Generation Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Law: Renewing 702.” University of Richmond Law Review, 51:3 (March 2017).

Cyber Espionage & Electronic Surveillance: Beyond the Media Coverage.” Emory Law Journal, 66:3 (2017).

“Two Aspects of Cybersecurity: Human Rights & Economic Espionage.” Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 8:3 (2016). (With L. Vihul & L. Trinberg.)

Customary Constraints on the Use of Force: Article 51 with an American Accent.” Leiden Journal of International Law, 29. (With Evan Criddle.)

The Role of the Courts in Time of War.” Washington & Lee Law Review Online, 71:3 (2014).

Educating National Security Lawyers for the Twenty-First Century: The Intersection of National Security Law and International Affairs.” Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 6:2 (April 2013). (With Harvey Rishikof.)

The Role of Counterterrorism Law in Shaping ad Bellum Norms for Cyber Warfare.” Naval War College Law Review International Law Studies, 89:157 (March 2013).

New Battlefields/Old Laws: Shaping a Legal Environment for Counterinsurgency.ASIL Proceedings, 105 (2012).

Shadow Wars.Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 5:2 (2012).

Programmatic Surveillance and FISA: Of Needles in Haystacks.Texas Law Review, 88:7 (June 2010).

The Legal Landscape for Emergency Management in the United States.National Security Studies Policy Paper. New America Foundation, Washington, DC (2011).

Introduction to the Cybersecurity Symposium: National Leadership, Individual Responsibility.Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 4:1 (2010).

Terror and Consent: The Long View.” Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce, 37:1 (2010).

National Security Law Advice to the New Administration.Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 3:2 (2009).

Smart Counterterrorism.Criminology & Public Policy, 8:3 (2009).

“Closing Guantanamo and Redirecting the US Ship of State.” Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law, 3:1 (2009).

Is the FISA Amendment Act of 2008 Good Policy? Is It Constitutional?Journal of the National Security Forum, 35 (2009).

Providing ‘Supplemental Security:’ The Insurrection Act and the Military Role in Responding to Domestic Crises.” Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 3:1 (2009).

Who’s in Charge: The Role of the Military in Disaster Response.Mississippi College Law Review, 26 (2006-2007).

The Death of FISA.Minnesota Law Review, 91:5 (2007).

A Second Nuclear Age?Syracuse Law Review, 57:3 (2007).

‘If Men Were Angels:’ NSA Eavesdropping and the Fourth Amendment.National Security Law Report, 28:1 (March 2006).

NSA Eavesdropping and the Fourth Amendment.The Jurist (March 2006).

Mold, Mildew, and the Military Role in Disaster Response.The Jurist (October 2005).

“Teaching and Learning about Terrorism.” Journal of Legal Education, 55 (May/June 2005).

The Normalization of Homeland Security After September 11: The Role of the Military in Counterterrorism Preparedness and Response.” Louisiana Law Review, 64:4 (2004).

“The Role of the Courts in Time of War.” The Intelligencer: Journal of US Intelligence Studies, 14 (2004).

And the Wall Came Tumbling Down: Secret Surveillance After the Terror.University of Miami Law Review, 57:1 (2002).

The Role of the Courts in Time of War: An Historical Overview.Syndicus (2003).

Targeted Killing and Assassination: The US Legal Framework.University of Richmond Law Review, 37 (2003). (With Peter Raven-Hansen.)

Troops Defending the Homeland: The Posse Comitatis Act and the Legal Environment for a Military Role in Domestic Counter Terrorism.Journal of Terrorism and Political Violence, 14:3 (Autumn 2002).

“A Comparison of Enforcement of Administrative Agency Roles and Orders in China and the United States.” The Study on Administrative Law, 1 (2001). (With R. Goldsmith & G. Xue.)

“How We Uncover Their Plots: Laws for Keeping Tabs on Terrorists Draw Difficult Lines.” Legal Times (Sept. 17, 2001).

Executive Authority for National Security Surveillance.American University Law Review, 50 (2001). (With M.E. Bowman.)

“Trolling for Terrorist: New Report Outlines Surveillance Authorities.” American Bar Association National Security Law Report, 22 (2001).

The Integration of Theory and Practice in Teaching Structural Issues in Constitutional Law.” Constitutional Commentary, 17 (2000). (With D. Braveman).

The ‘L.A. Eight’ and Investigation of Terrorist Threats in the United States.Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 31 (Summer 2000).

“Defense Contingency Budgeting in the Post-Cold War World.” Public Administration Review, 59:2 (March/April 1999). (With Jeffery Straussman.)

A New Imperial Presidency? Lessons From United States Involvement in Bosnia.” Political Science Quarterly, 114:2 (Summer 1999). (With Jeffery Straussman.)

“The US Administrative Procedure Act (APA): History, Implementation, and Selected Contemporary Problems.” Third Annual East Asia Conference on Administrative Law Papers & Proceedings, Shanghai, China (1999). (With Richard Goldsmith.)

“The Legacy of Lopez: CERCLA and the Commerce Clause.” Chemical Waste Litigation Reporter, 32 (1996).

From Vietnam to Desert Shield: The Commander in Chief’s Spending Power.” Iowa Law Review, 81 (1995). (With Peter Raven-Hansen.)

“At the Halfway Point: Light Docket Makes It Hard to Read Trends in Supreme Court Decisions.” ABA Journal, 81 (April 1995).

“The Impact of Lopez v. United States: Is Environmental Regulation Limited by the Commerce Clause?” EPA Administrative Law Reporter, 5 (1995).

Pulling the Purse Strings of the Commander in Chief.” University of Virginia Law Review, 80 (1994). (With Peter Raven-Hansen.)

Presidential Systems in Stress: Emergency Powers in Argentina and the United States.Michigan Journal of International Law, 15 (Fall 1993). (With Alejandro Carrio.)

The New Colombian Constitution: Democratic Victory or Popular Surrender?Inter-American Law Review, 23 (1991). (With E. Alvarez.)

While Congress Slept: The Iran-Contra Affair and Institutional Responsibility for Covert Operations.Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce, 14:3 (Spring 1988).

State Workers’ Compensation at Federal Facilities: A Classic Federalism Struggle.” Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, 7 (1988).

Bowsher v. Synar: The Emerging Judicialization of the FISC.” Boston College Law Review, 28 (1987). (With Jeffery Straussman.)

When They Get Too Close to the Truth: Challenging the Special Prosecutors.” Syracuse Law Review, 37 (1987).

“On Teaching Constitutional Law.” Matthew Bender/LexisNexis Law School Report (1987). (With D. Braveman.)

First Use of Nuclear Weapons: The Constitutional Role of a Congressional Leadership Committee.” Journal of Legislation, 13 (1986).

Federalism Disserved: The Drive for Deregulation.” Maryland Law Review, 45:1 (1986). (With Kirk Lewis.)

“After One Hundred Years: A New First-Year Course is Needed.” Syndicus, 26:3 (spring 1986).

Efficiency in Government: Separation of Powers Reconsidered.” Syracuse Law Review, 35 (1984).

“Institutional Responsibility: Environmental Values and the Supreme Court.” Land Use & Environmental Law Review, 1 (1984). (With Richard Goldsmith.)

“The Legislative Veto and Efficiency: Separation of Powers Reexamined.” Syracuse Law Review, 35 (1984).

Conservation, Federalism, and the Courts: Limiting the Judicial Role.” Syracuse Law Review, 34 (1983).

Environmental Values: Institutional Responsibility and the Supreme Court.” Harvard Environmental Law Review, 7 (1983).

“Myth and Reality in Federalism Decisions.” The Judge, 19:5 (November 1982).

EPA Bends to Industry Pressure on Coal NSPS—and Breaks.” Ecology Law Quarterly, 9 (1980).

“Energy Planning: Getting Through the 1980s.” Syndicus, 24:1 (winter 1980). (With Richard Goldsmith.)

Book Reviews

Still the Imperial Presidency? Review of Presidential Defiance of ‘Unconstitutional’ Laws (1998) by Christopher May.” The Jurist (Books-on-Law), 2:3 (March 1999).

Review of Presidential War Power (1995) by Louis French.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political & Social Science, 554:1 (November 1997).

“Review of Energy Future: Report of the Energy Project at the Harvard Business School (1979) edited by Robert Stobaugh and Daniel Yergin, and The Politics of Energy (1979) by Barry Commoner.” California Western International Law Journal, 10 (1980). (With Richard Goldsmith.)

Case Studies

“The Phantom Agent Part I and Part II.” National Security Case Series. Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University & Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University (2005).

“The Predator.” National Security Case Series. Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University & Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University (2003).

“Dangerous Prisoner: The Threat of Bioterrorism in the U.S.” National Security Case Series. Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University & Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University (2002).

“The Devil and the Demon Parts I, II, and III: The Threat of Bioterrorism in the U.S.” National Security Case Series. Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University & Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University (1999). Includes Teaching Notes and Reference Material.

“To Prevent and Deter International Terrorism Teaching Notes: The U.S. Responses to the Kenya and Tanzania Embassy Bombings.” National Security Case Series. Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University & Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University (1999).

“Peacekeeping in Bosnia Introduction and Parts I, II, and III.” National Security Case Series. Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University & Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University (1997). (With Jeffery Straussman.)

Murrett, Robert B.

Robert Murrett

Chapters

“Non-Provocative Defense in the Asia Pacific.” In Perspectives in Waging Conflicts Constructively: Cases, Concepts, and Practice. Eds. B Dayton & L. Kriesberg. Rowman & Littlefield, 2017.

Articles

This Memorial Day, Supporting Veterans Is A Matter of National Security.” The Christian Science Monitor (May 25, 2012). (With Mike Haynie.)

Blog Entries

Japan, East Asia, & Regional Security.INSCT on Security & Counterterrorism (Oct. 17, 2013).

Defense Strategy, Resources, & the ‘Strategic Choices & Management Review.’” INSCT on Security & Counterterrorism (July 18, 2013).

The Nuclear Summit & Strategic Imperatives in East Asia & Beyond.” INSCT on Security & Counterterrorism (Jan. 2, 2013).

Post-Election Fiscal Choices, Economics, & the Defense Budget.” INSCT on Security & Counterterrorism (Nov. 21, 2012).

The Philippines, Insurgency, & Implications for the Future.” INSCT on Security & Counterterrorism (Oct. 12, 2011).

Perrin, Keli

Keli Perrin

Articles

Building Resilient Communities: A Preliminary Framework for Assessment.Homeland Security Affairs, 6:3 (September 2010). (With Patricia H. Longstaff, SU Newhouse School of Public Communications, and Nick Armstrong, Whitney May Parker, and Matthew A. Hidek, INSCT.)

Zoli, Corri

Corinne ZoliBook Chapters & Reference Book Entries

“Military Culture & Humanitarian Actions: Short-Term Gains & Long-Term Losses.” In Force and Tool: How Culture Shapes the Military and Military Operations. Ed. H.C. Breede. University of British Columbia Press, 2018. (With R. Rubinstein.)

“Civil-Military Relations from International Conflict Zones to the United States: Notes on Mutual Discontents and Disruptive Logics.” In Rethinking Civil-Military Relations: Anthropological Perspectives. Eds. B.R. Sørensen & E. Ben-Ari, Eds. New York: Berghahn Books, 2018. (With R. Rubinstein.)

“Asymmetric Warfare.” In SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior. Ed. F. Moghaddam. Forthcoming, 2017.

“Data-Driven Inquiry, Servicemembers’ Perspectives and Redefining Success.” In What’s Next for Student Veterans? Moving from Transition to Academic Success, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. Ed. D. DiRamio (University of South Carolina, 2017).

“Adaptive Resilience & Critical Infrastructure Security: Emergent Challenges for Transportation & Cyberphysical Infrastructure.” In Securing Transportation Systems. Eds. Simon Hakim, Gila Albert, & Yoram Shiftan. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2016. (With Laura J. Steinberg.)

“The Gaza Freedom Flotilla: Politicizing Maritime Law in Asymmetric Contexts.” In Counterinsurgency Law: New Directions in Asymmetric Warfare. Ed. William Banks. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

“The Strategic Roots of Arab Federalism and Its Failure: Transnational Sovereign Power Issues, Military Rule, and Arab Identity.” In Defunct Federalisms: Critical Perspectives on Federal Failure. Eds. Emilian Kavalski & Magdalena Zolkos. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2008.

Humanizing Irregular Warfare: Framing Compliance for Nonstate Armed Groups at the Intersection of Security and Legal Analyses.” In New Battlefields/Old Laws: Critical Debates on Asymmetric Warfare. Ed. William C. Banks. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

Articles & Blog Entries

Terrorist Critical Infrastructures, Organizational Capacity, and Security Risk.” Safety Science (June 2018). (M. Grabowski, M. Hermann, & L.J. Steinberg.)

“The Changing Role of Law in Security Governance: Post 9/11 ‘Gray Zones’ and Strategic Impacts.” Syracuse Law Review, 67 (2017). 

 “Is There Any Defense Against Low-Tech Terror?Foreign Policy, Oct. 2, 2017.

“Supporting Post-9/11 Military Veterans in Higher Education.” Military Times, July 27, 2017. (C. Zoli, D. Fay, S. Ellington, & D. Segal.)

Justice in Post-Conflict Settings: Islamic Law and Muslim Communities as Stakeholders in Transition.” Utrecht Journal of International and European Law, 33 (2017). (With M.C. Bassiouni & H. Khan.) Forthcoming. 

The ‘God Gap’ in International Affairs: Missing Cross-Cultural Conversations in International Humanitarian Law and Islamic Jurisprudence.” Florida Journal of International Law, 28 (2016).

Lone-Wolf or Low-Tech Terrorism? Emergent Patterns of Global Terrorism in Recent French and European Attacks.” Lawfare (Aug. 17, 2016).

Islamic Contributions to International Humanitarian Law: Recalibrating TWAIL Approaches for Existing Contributions & Legacies.” AJIL Unbound: Symposium on TWAIL Perspectives on ICL, IHL, & Intervention (March 2016). 

What the Academy Doesn’t Know About the Vet: Exploring the Top Five Oversights.Foreign Policy (Nov. 23, 2015). (With Rosalinda Maury, Danny Fay, & Nick Armstrong.)

“In Search of Post-9/11 Veterans’ Missing Perspectives.” War on the Rocks (April 23, 2015). (With Rosalinda Maury & Danny Fay.)

“Armed Conflict & Compliance in Muslim States, 1947–2014: Does Conflict Look Different Under IHL?” North Carolina Journal of International Law & Commercial Regulation, 40:3 (Spring 2015). (With Emily Schneider & Courtney Schuster.)

Ten Recommendations for Obama’s CVE Summit.” Foreign Policy, Feb. 18, 2015. (With Emily Schneider.)

Why Iraq Must Stop Playing the Shari’a Card.” New America Foundation Weekly Wonk (Nov. 13, 2014). (With Emily Schneider & Alliya Anjum.)

How Islamic Is Pakistan’s Constitution?Foreign Policy (May 15, 2014). (With Emily Schnieder.)

What Egypt’s New Constitution Tells Us About Political Transition.Fletcher Forum on World Affairs, Tufts University (March 12, 2014). (With Courtney Schuster.)

Shari’a Strategy: Rule of Law Replacing the State.Syria in Crisis, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Jan. 4, 2014). (With Emily Schneider.)

“Shari’a Courts Move to the Battlefield: Jabhat al-Nusra Opens a Legal Front in the Syrian Civil War.” National Security Journal (Jan. 3, 2014). (With Emily Schneider.)

Privacy in Muslim Constitutions & the Bilateral Security Agreement.” The Washington Post (Jan. 2, 2014). (With Emily Schneider.)

Baton Rouge Post-Katrina: The Role of Critical Infrastructure Modeling in Promoting Resilience.” Homeland Security Affairs, 7 (February 2011). (With Laura Steinberg, SU LC Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science, and Nicholas Armstrong, INSCT.)

Post 9/11 Stability Operations: How U.S. Army Doctrine is Shaping National Security Strategy.” PRISM, 2:1 (December 2010). (With Nicholas Armstrong, INSCT.)

Book Reviews

A Review of Militant Islam: A Sociology of Characteristics, Causes, and Consequences by Stephen Vertigans.” Journal of Shi’a Islamic Studies, 4:4 (2011).

Reports, White Papers, & Working Papers

“Review of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act for Human Rights and IHL Training Provided by the Departments of State and Defense to Security Forces of Foreign Nations.” US Government Accountability Office Teleconference. April 19, 2018.

“Women in the Military: From Service to Civilian Life.” Presentation at the Monthly Teleconference Military to Civilian Transition Researchers Forum, DOD Transition to Veterans Program Office, Department of Defense, Washington, DC. April 26, 2018. (With R. Maury & D. Fay.)

Women in the Military: From Service to Civilian Life.” Institute for Veterans and Military Families, Syracuse University.  March 2018. (With R. Maury, D. Fay, N. Armstrong, N. Boldon, R.K. Linsner, and G. Cantor.)

Missing Perspectives: Servicemembers’ Transition from Service to Civilian Life.” Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) High Education Research Series (November 2015). (With Rosalinda Maury, Danny Fay, & Nick Armstrong.)

“Building Awareness of ETETE Careers, Pathways, and Academic Preparation for Service Members: Recommendations for Navigating Opportunities and Challenges (2013) (With Laura Steinberg.)

Patterns of Conduct: Libyan Regime Support for and Involvement in Acts of Terrorism.” UNHRC Commission of Inquiry into Human Rights Violations in Libya Report (April 2011). (With Shani Ross and Sahar Azar, INSCT.)

The ‘God Gap’ in International Humanitarian Law: Lessons Learned from Islamic Jurisprudence.” INSCT Working Paper Series (Jan. 1, 2012).

From Battlefield to Classroom: Finding Barriers and Pathways to Engineering for US Servicemembers” (2011). (With Laura J. Steinberg & Nick Armstrong.)

Faculty Publications

Bennett, David H.

Books & Monographs

Bill Clinton: Building a Bridge to the New Millennium. NY: Routledge, 2014.

The Party of Fear: The American Far Right From Nativism to the Militia Movement. New York: Vintage, 1995.

The Party of Fear: From Nativist Movements to the New Right in American History. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1988. (Reprinted in 1990 by Vintage, New York.)

From Teapot Dome to Watergate. The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, 1974.

Demagogues in the Depression: American Radicals and the Union Party, 1932-36. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1969.

Book Chapters

“The Year of the Old Folks’ Revolt.” In Historical Viewpoints: Notable Articles From American Heritage, Vol. II. Ed. John A. Garraty. New York: Harper and Row, 1991.

“Could the New Deal Have Taken America to the Left.” In The New Deal: A Historical Assessment, Vol. II. Ed. Wilbur J. Cohen. Austin, TX: University of Texas, 1985.

“The Year of the Old Folks’ Revolt.” In The Underside of American History, Vol. II. Ed. Thomas R. Frazier. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978.

“The Image of Women in the Nativist Movement.” In Remember the Ladies: New Perspectives on Women in American History. Ed. Carol George. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1976.

“The Year of the Old Folks’ Revolt.” In Meanings of History. Eds. Barbara Judd and Susan Copley. New York: American Heritage Publishing, 1971.

Articles

“The Enigma of American Extremism.” The Centennial Review, 11:7 (Spring 1967).

“Essays in the Politics of Radicalism.” Social Education, 31:8 (December 1967).

“The Year of the Old Folks’ Revolt.” American Heritage, 16:1 (December 1964).

Boroujerdi, Mehrzad

Books

Postrevolutionary Iran: A Political Handbook. Syracuse UP, 2018. (With K. Rahimkhani.)

Mirror for the Muslim Prince: Islam and Theory of Statecraft. Editor. Syracuse UP, 2013. 

Tarashidam, Parastidam, Shikastam: Guftarhay-i dar Siyasat va Huvyiyat-i Irani  [I Carved, Worshiped and Shattered: Essays on Politics and Identity in Iran]. Tehran: Nashr-e Negah-e Mo`aser, 1389 (2010).  

Paradoxha-ye Siyasat dar Iran [Paradoxes of Politics in Iran]. Tehran: Markaz Bazshenasi Eslam va Iran, 2001.

Iranian Intellectuals and the West: The Tormented Triumph of Nativism. Syracuse UP, 1996. 

Articles, Book Chapters, & Reference Book Entries

The Office of the Supreme Leader: Epicenter of a Theocracy.” In Power and Change in Iran: Politics of Contention and Conciliation. Eds. D. Brumberg & F. Farhi. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP (2016). (With K. Rahimkhani.)

“Iran.” In The Middle East, 14th edition. Ed. E. Lust. Sage/Congressional Quarterly, 2016.

The Unfolding of Unreason: Javad Tabatabai’s Idea of Political Decline in Iran.Iranian Studies, 48:6, 2015. (With Alireza Shomali.)

“On Sa`di’s Treatise on Advice to the Kings.” In Mirror for the Muslim Prince: Islam and Theory of Statecraft. Ed. M. Boroujerdi. Syracuse UP, 2013. (With Alireza Shomali.)

“Farhang Siyasi Jame’h az Farhang Hamegani Joda Nist [Political Culture is not Separate from Popular Culture].” Shargh Daily 2013. 

“Cheragh Rah Bud [He was the Light of the Road].” Andisheh Pouya, 5 (January 2013).

“Islam and the Promenades of Global Media”  In Rethinking Religion and World Affairs. Eds. T. Shah, A. Stepan, & M. Toft. Oxford UP, 2012. (With Nicole J. Allem.)

“Humble Secularism.” In Civil Society and Democracy in Iran. Ed. Ramin Jahanbegloo. NY: Lexington Press, 2012. 

“Rouyahay-e Javanan-e Arab [The Dreams of Arab Youth].” Mehr Nameh, 18 (2012). 

Critique of Hatam Qaderi’s Views on Citizenship.Shahrvand Emrouz, 4:84 (2011).

Experience of an Immigrant.Shahrvand Emrouz, 3:50 (2008).  

 Iranian Intellectuals and the Coming to Power of Reza Shah.Kargozaaran (November 2008).  

Iranian Nuclear Miasma.Syracuse Law Review, 57:3 (2007). (With Todd Fine.)

 Bet on the Optimists: Prospects for Reform.Foreign Service Journal (June 2007).  

 “‘The West’ in the Eyes of the Iranian Intellectuals of the Interwar Years (1919-1939).Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, 26:3 (2006. 

The Reformist Movement in Iran.” In Oil in the Gulf: Obstacles to Democracy and Development. Eds. D. Heradstveit & H. Hveem.  London: Ashgate, 2004.

Triumphs and Travails of Authoritarian Modernization in Iran.” In The Making of Modern Iran: State and Society Under Riza Shah, 1921-1941. Ed. S. CroninLondon: Routledge, 2003.  

The Ambivalent Modernity of Iranian Intellectuals.” In Intellectual Trends in Twentieth-Century Iran: A Critical Survey. Ed. N. NabaviGainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 2003.  

“Subduing Globalization: The Challenge of the Indigenization Movement.” In Globalization and the Margins. Eds. R. Grant and J. Short. New York: Palgrave, 2002.  

“Viewing Violence and Terrorism in a Larger Context.” Syracuse University Magazine, 18:4 (Winter 2002). 

The Paradoxes of Politics in Post-Revolutionary Iran.” In Iran at the Crossroads. Eds. J. Esposito and R. Ramazani. New York: Palgrave. 2001.  

“What Have We Learned About Iranian Politics?” Aftab, 5 (June 2001).  

 Dialogue with Diasporic Iranians.Bukhara, 16 (2001).  

Continuities and Discontinuities in Modern Iranian Intellectual Thought.” In Intellectual Change and the New Generation of Iranian Intellectuals. Eds. H. Esfandiari, A. Bertone, & F. Farhi. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2000.  

Contesting Nationalist Constructions of Iranian Identity,” Critique: Journal for Critical Studies of the Middle East, 12 (Spring 1998).  

“Challenges to the Gulf Cooperation Council States and Their Northern Neighbors: An Integrated View of Empirical Indicators.” The Iranian Journal of International Affairs, 10: 1-2 (Spring/Summer 1998). (With Haleh Vaziri.)  

“Khatami’s Election: Implications for Iranian Politics.” In Iran’s Elections: Implications for US Policy. Ed. J. Calabrese. Washington, DC: Middle East Institute, 1997.  

Iranian Islam and the Faustian Bargain of Western Modernity.Journal of Peace Research, 34:1 (February 1997).  

 “Orientalism in Reverse.” Kiyan, 35 (March 1997). 

“Iran’s Intellectual Panorama.” Bulletin of the Center for Iranian Research and Analysis, 11:3 (Spring 1996).  

“Iranian Cultural Identity: A Dissident View.” Kankash, 12 (Fall 1995).  

“Hizbullah in Iran.” In Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World, vol. 2. Ed. John Esposito. New York: Oxford UP, 1995.  

 Can an Islam be Secularized?” In In Transition: Essays on Culture and Identity in the Middle Eastern Society. Eds. M. Ghanoonparvar & F. Farrokh. Texas A&M UP, 1994. 

“The Encounter of Post-Revolutionary Thought in Iran with Hegel, Heidegger, & Popper.” In Cultural Transitions in the Middle East. Ed. S. Mardin. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1994.  

 “Rethinking the Third World.” International Third World Studies Journal & Review, 5:1 (1993). (With A. Mirsepassi.)

“’Gharbzadegi’: The Dominant Intellectual Discourse of Pre- and Post-Revolutionary Iran.” In Iran: Political Culture in the Islamic Republic. Eds. S. Farsoun & M. Mashayekhi. London: Routledge, 1992.  

 “Prospects for Civil Society and Secularism in Iran.” Kankash, 8 (Spring 1992). 

 “Westoxication and Orientalism in Reverse.” Iran Nameh, 8:3 (Summer 1990). 

“The Distinctive Features of the Iranian Revolution.” Kankash, 5 (Fall 1989).  

“Iranian Intellectuals and the Enigma of Westernization.” Kankash, 2/3 (Spring 1988).  

Chin, Shiu-Kai

Books & Monographs

Access Control, Security, and Trust: A Logical Approach. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2011. (With Susan Older.)

new_theory ‘HOL’;; An Introduction to Hardware Verification in Higher Order Logic. 1994. (With Graham Birtwistle and Brian Graham.) Available at http://www.lcs.syr.edu/faculty/chin/HOLBook/all.pdf

Chapters

“Policy-Based Design and Verification for Mission Assurance.” In Computer Network Security: Fifth International Conference on Mathematical Methods, Models, and Architectures for Computer Network Security, St. Petersburg, Russia. Eds. Igor Kotenko & Victor Skormin. New York: Springer, 2010. (With Sarah Muccio, Susan Older, and Thomas N. J. Vestal.)

“Credentials Management for High-Value Transactions.” In Computer Network Security: Fifth International Conference on Mathematical Methods, Models, and Architectures for Computer Network Security, St. Petersburg, Russia. Eds. Igor Kotenko & Victor Skormin. New York: Springer, 2010. (With Glenn Benson, Sean Croston, Karthick Jayaraman, and Susan Older.)

“Implementing a Calculus for Distributed Access Control in Higher Order Logic and HOL.” Computer Network Security: Second International Workshop on Mathematical Methods, Models, and Architectures for Computer Network Security. Eds. V. Gorodetsky, L. Popyack, & V. Skormin. New York: Springer, 2003. (With Thumrongsak Kosiyatrakul, Susan Older, Polar Humenn, and Shiu-Kai Chin.)

White Papers

“Highly Assured Computer Engineering.” National Research Council Sub-Committee on Information Trustworthiness (February 1997).

“High Confidence Technology.” America in the Age of Information, National Science and Technology Council Committee on Information and Communications (1995).

Articles & Conference Proceedings

“Teaching Undergraduates Certified Security by Design.” 19th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education, Las Vegas, NV, June 15-17, 2015.

Banking on Interoperability: Secure, Interoperable Credential Management.” Computer Networks, 67 (2014). (With G. Benson, S. Croston, K. Jayaraman, and S. Older.)

“Engineering Assurance at the Undergraduate Level.” IEEE Security and Policy, 10:6 (November/December 2012). (With Susan Older.)

“Formal Verification for Mission Assurance in Cyberspace: Education, Tools, and Results.” Proceedings of the 16th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education, Lake Buena Vista, FL (June 11-13, 2012). (With Erich Devendorf, Sarah Muccio, Susan Older, and James Royer.)

“A Logical Approach to Access Control, Security, and Trust.” Indo-US Conference and Workshop on Cyber Security, Cyber Crime, and Cyber Forensics, Kochi, India (August 2009). (With Susan Older.)

“Educating Engineers to Design Trustworthy Systems.” Indo-US Conference and Workshop on Cyber Security, Cyber Crime, and Cyber Forensics, Kochi, India (August 2009). (With Susan Older.)

“A Rigorous Approach to Teaching Access Control.” Annual Conference on Education in Information Security (September 2006). (With Susan Older.)

“A Modal Logic for Role-Based Access Control.” Computer Network Security: Third International Workshop on Mathematical Methods, Models, and Architectures for Computer Network Security, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3685 (2005). (With Thumrongsak Kosiyatrakul and Susan Older.)

“A Trusted Information Sharing Project.” Workshop on Secure Knowledge Management, Amherst, NY (September 2004). (With Polar Humenn, Thumrongsak Kosiyatrakul, Terrell Northrup, Susan Older, and Stuart Thorson.)

“Building a Rigorous Foundation for Assurance into Information Assurance Education.” George Washington University Journal of Information Security, 1:2. (With Susan Older.)

“Formal Methods for Assuring Security of Protocols.” The Computer Journal, 45:1 (2002). (With Susan Older.)

“Formal Verification of Authentication Protocols that Use the X.509 Standard for Public Key Distribution.” International Joint Conference on Automated Reasoning, Siena, Italy (June 2001). (With Thumrongsak Kosiyatrakul and Susan Older).

“Formal Analysis of a Secure Communication Channel: Secure Core-Email Protocol.” FM’99 World Congress on Formal Methods in the Development of Computing Systems, Toulouse, France (September 1999).

“Formal Development of Secure Email.” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Techniques for Secure Systems Development, Maui, Hawaii (January 1999).

“Integrating Security into the Curriculum.” IEEE Computer (December 1998).

Crane, David M.

Books

The Founders: Four Pioneering Individuals Who Launched the First Modern-Era International Criminal Tribunals. Editor. Cambridge University Press (2018). (With L.N. Sadat and M.P. Scharf).

The Proceedings of the Tenth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2017). (With Mark David Agrast & Molly White, LAW’16.)

The Proceedings of the Ninth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2016). (With Mark David Agrast.)

The Proceedings of the Eighth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2015). (With Mark David Agrast.)

The Proceedings of the Seventh International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2014). (With Elizabeth Anderson.)

The Proceedings of the Sixth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2013). (With Elizabeth Anderson.)

The Proceedings of the Fifth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2012). (With Elizabeth Anderson.)

The Proceedings of the Fourth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2011). (With Elizabeth Anderson.)

The Proceedings of the Third International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2010). (With Elizabeth Andersen.)

The Proceedings of the Second International Humanitarian Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2009). (With Elizabeth Andersen.)

The Proceedings of the International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. Editor. American Society of International Law (2008). (With Elizabeth Andersen.)

Book Chapters

“The Special Court for Sierra Leone.” In The Founders: Four Pioneering Individuals Who Launched the First Modern-Era International Criminal Tribunals. Eds. D.M. Crane, L.N. Sadat, and M.P. Scharf.  Cambridge University Press (2018).

“The Bright Red Thread.” In Forgoing a Convention for Crimes Against Humanity. Ed. Leila Nadya Sadat. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

“Direct Participation in Hostilities: A Concept Broad Enough for Today’s Targeting Decisions.” In New Battlefields/Old Laws: Critical Debates on Asymmetric Warfare. Ed. William C. Banks. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. (With Daniel Reisner.)

“Dancing in the Dark: Politics, Law, and Peace in Sierre Leone—A Case Study.” In Research Handbook on International Criminal Law. Ed. Bartram S. Brown. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011.

“The Spirit of Nuremberg and Henry T. King, Jr.” In Henry T. King, Jr.: A Life Dedication to International Justice. Ed. Michael P. Scharf. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2011.

“Understanding Crimes Against Humanity in West Africa: Giving the People What They Want.” In Mass Atrocity Crimes: Preventing Future Outrages. Ed. Robert I. Rotberg. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2010.

“The Special Court for Sierra Leone.” In International Criminal Law. Ed. M. Cherif Bassiouni. Boston: Brill, 2008.

“Dancing with the Devil: Prosecuting West Africa’s Warlords—Current Lessons Learned and Challenges.” In Atrocities and International Accountability. Eds. Edel Hughes, William A. Schabas, and Ramesh Thakur. New York: UN University Press, 2007.

“Strike Terror No More: Prosecuting the Use of Children in Times of Conflict—The West African Extreme.” In International Criminal Accountability and the Rights of Children. Eds. Karin Arts and Vesselin Popovski. The Hague, Netherlands: Asser Press, 2006.

“Whose Justice Anyway?” In Saddam on Trial. Eds. Michael P. Scharf & Gregory S. McNeal. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2006.

Professor Crane is also editor (1993-1996) of the following teaching texts/desk books published by the Judge Advocate General’s School, US Army, Charlottesville, VA: The Law of War, Operational Law, Counterintelligence Coordination, Legal Aspects of Future War, and Cases and Materials on Intelligence Law.

White Papers

Seeking Justice for Zimbabwe: A White Paper. The Enough Project (July 2008). (With Sir Desmond DeSilva & Tom Zwart.)

Articles & Book Reviews

“A National Imperative Americans Want to Serve: The Public Assistance Service Responding to America’s Man-Made Natural Disasters.” Syracuse Law Review, 65 (2015).

“An Age of Extremes.” ASIL International Law Proceedings 109 (2015).

“Forward Symposium Crime and Punishment: The Modern Development of Homegrown Creative Justice.” Syracuse Law Review, 62 (2012).

“The Take Down: Case Studies Regarding ‘Lawfare’ in International Criminal Justice: The West African Experience.” Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 43:1,2 (2010).

“The Spirit of Nuremberg and Henry T. King, Jr.” Case Western Law Review, 60 (2010)

“Back to the Future: Reflections on the Beginning of the Beginning—International Criminal Law in the Twenty-First Century.” Fordham International Law Journal, 32:6 (June 2009).

“Review of The Tokyo War Crimes Trial: The Pursuit of Justice in the Wake of World War II.” Human Rights Quarterly, 31 (2009).

“A Wrong on Humanity: Prevention of Crimes Against Humanity.” University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, 30 (summer 2009).

“Prosecuting Children in Times of Conflict: The West African Experience.” Human Rights Brief, 15:3 (2008).

“Dark Corners: The West African Joint Criminal Enterprise.” International Studies Review, 10:2 (2008).

“Boxed In. Semantic Indifference to Atrocity.” Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 40 (2008).

“Bush, Bashir, and China and the Moral High Ground.” Bitterlemons.com, 32:6 (August 14, 2008).

“Hybrid Tribunals-Internationalized National Prosecutions.” Penn State International Law Review, 25 (2007).

“Terrorists, Warlords, and Thugs.” American University International Law Review, 21 (2006).

“White Man’s Justice: Applying International Justice After Regional Third World Conflicts.” Cardozo Law Review, 27 (2006).

“A Grotian Moment in West Africa.” International Law News, 35:3 (summer 2006).

“Dancing with the Devil: Prosecuting West Africa’s Warlords—Building Initial Prosecutorial Strategy for an International Tribunal After Third World Armed Conflicts.” Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 37 (2005).

“Divided We Stand: Counterintelligence Coordination within the Intelligence Community of the United States.” Army Law (December 1995).

“Voir Dire: 10 Simple Steps.” Trial Counsel Forum (1983).

“Colenso: The First Battle of the Early Tugela River Campaign.” Military Review (February 1976).

 

Guest Columns & Editorials

The Fist in a Velvet Glove: Hardened Humanitarianism.” Jurist (April 21, 2017).

First It’s the Muslims: An Evolution to Dictatorship.” Jurist (Feb. 3, 2017).

A Step Forward: The UN and Justice for Syria.” Jurist (Jan. 1, 2017).

Fatal Attraction: The International Criminal Court & Politics.” Jurist (Nov. 30, 2016).

Preserve Social Media Data to Ensure Justice for Syrian People.” Syracuse Post-Standard (Oct. 3, 2016). (With Jennifer M. Grygiel.)

The Rules Have Not Changed Regarding Armed Conflict.” Jurist (March 30, 2015).

The Case for Referring Syria to the ICC: Interview with David M. Crane.” Syria Deeply (May 14, 2014).

IOC & FIFA Should Take Action on Human Rights Abuses.” Jurist (Feb. 17, 2014).

Possible Justice Mechanisms for a Future Syrian War Crimes Tribunal.” INSCT on Security (Oct. 31, 2013).

“A Diplomatic Solution to the Crisis in Syria: Remembering the 1930s.” Jurist (Sept. 24, 2013).

“Prosecuting the Dead: Part III.” Jurist (July 29, 2012).

“Charles Taylor’s Conviction: Reflections of a Prosecutor.” Jurist (May 3, 2012).

“Prosecuting the Dead: Part II.” Jurist (April 21, 2012).

“Prosecuting the Dead.” Jurist (Feb., 20, 2012).

“Bringing Harieri’s Killers to Justice.” The Washington Post. (Aug. 17, 2011).

“Legal Arithmetic: Adding Up the Legality of Operation Geronimo.” Jurist (May 14, 2011).

“Burial at Sea: The End of Osama Bin Laden.” Jurist (May 4, 2011).

“In the Shadow of the Law.” Jurist (April 18, 2011).

“Tyrants, Dictators and Thugs: Fearing the Boogeyman.” Jurist (July 1, 2009).

“Nuremberg Lives! A Tribute to Henry T. King. Jurist (May 13, 2009).

“Smart Power and the Rule of Law.” Jurist (Jan. 21, 2009).

“Karadzic’s Choice: Why War Criminals Choose to Defend Themselves.” Jurist (July 25, 2008).

“A Test for Africa.” Baltimore Sun (July 21, 2008).

“The Scourge of Child Soldiers.” The Toronto Star (February 22, 2008).

“Children as Terrorists: Wrong to Train, Wrong to Charge.” Jurist (Feb. 11, 2008).

“Getting Away with Murder: Ghadaffi’s West African Legacy.” Jurist (Jan. 10, 2008).

“The Child as War Criminal.” International Herald Tribune (Nov. 9, 2007).

“Had I Only Known.” Jurist (Oct. 11, 2007).

“A Just Ending.” International Herald Tribune (July 9, 2007).

“Justice for Freetown, the Sierra Leone Verdicts.” Jurist (June 25, 2007).

“No One is Above the Law.” Jurist (March 12, 2007).

“A Gallows in Baghdad: International Justice in 2006.” Jurist (Jan. 3, 2007).

“Facing Down the Beast of Impunity: The Saddam Trial in Context.” Jurist (Nov. 13, 2006).

“A Tree Fell in the Forest: The Nuremberg Judgments 60 Years On.” Jurist (Oct. 23, 2006). (With Henry King, Jr.)

“Helping Americans and Fixing FEMA.” Jurist (Sept. 28, 2006).

“Smoke and Mirrors: The Geneva Conventions in the 21st Century.” Jurist (Aug. 28, 2006).

“Narrowing U.S. War Crimes Law: Having Our Cake and Eating It, Too?” Jurist (Aug. 4, 2006).

“Losing the Moral High Ground: The U.S. and the Rule of Law.” Jurist (June 29, 2006).

“Handing over Charles Taylor: It’s Time.” Jurist (March 22, 2006).

“The Iraqi Special Tribunal: One Chance to Get it Right.” Jurist (Feb. 24, 2006).

“A Death in the Hague: The Milosevic Trial and the Rule of Law.” Jurist (March 17, 2006). (With Henry King, Jr.)

de Nevers, Renee

Books & Monographs

Combating Terrorism. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press, 2008. (With William C. Banks & Mitchel Wallerstein.)

Comrades No More: The Seeds of Change in Eastern Europe. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003.

Regimes as Mechanisms for Global Governance. New York: Rockefeller Brothers Fund, 1999.

Nationalism, Ethnic Identity, and Conflict Management in Russia Today. Stanford, CA: Center for International Security and Arms Control, 1995. (With Gail W. Lapidus.)

The End of the Cold War is Also Over. Editor. Stanford, CA: Center for International Security and Arms Control, 1995. (With Gail W. Lapidus.)

Russia’s Strategic Renovation: Russian Security Strategies and Foreign Policy in the Post-Imperial Era (Adelphi Paper #289). London, UK: International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1994.

The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe: The End of an Era (Adelphi Paper #249). London, UK: International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1990.

Book Chapters

“Looking Beyond Iraq: Contractors in US Global Activities.” In Contractors and War: The Transformation of United States’ Expeditionary Operations. Eds. Christopher Kinsey & Malcolm Patterson. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2012.

“Contractors on Deployed Operations.” In Contractors and War: The Transformation of United States’ Expeditionary Operations. Eds. Christopher Kinsey & Malcolm Patterson. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2012.

“Private Military Contractors and Changing Norms for the Laws of Armed Conflict.” In New Battlefields/Old Laws: Critical Debates on Asymmetric Warfare. Ed. William C. Banks. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

“Private Security Companies and Private Transnational Transfers.” In Transnational Transfers and Global Development. Ed. Stuart S. Brown. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

“Private Military Contractors and Changing Norms for the Laws of Armed Conflict.” In New Battlefields/Old Laws: Critical Debates from the Hague Conventions to Asymmetric Warfare. Ed. William C. Banks. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

“Russia in Europe’s New Equation.” In The United States and Europe in the Global Arena. Eds. Frances G. Burwell & Ivo H. Daalder. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999.

“Conflict Prevention in Multi-Ethnic Societies: The Impact of Democracy Building.” In Preventing Violent Conflict in Europe. Ebenhausen, Germany: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Poltik, 1998.

“Conflict Prevention in Slovakia.” In The Costs of Conflict. Eds. Michael E. Brown and Richard N. Rosecrance. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999.

“International Relations Theories and the End of the Cold War.” In The End of the Cold War is Also Over. Eds. Gail W. Lapidus & Renee de Nevers Stanford, CA: Center for International Security and Arms Control, 1995.

“Democratization and Ethnic Conflict.” In Ethnic Conflict and International Security. Ed. Michael E. Brown. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1993.

Articles

“Military Contractors and the American Way of War.” Daedalus, 140:3 (summer 2011). (With Deborah Avant.)

“The Effectiveness of Self-Regulation for the Private Security Industry.” Journal of Public Policy, 30:2 (2010).

“Private Security Companies and the Laws of War.” Security Dialogue, 40:2 (2009).

“NATO’s International Security Role in the Terrorist Era.” International Security (spring 2007).

“Imposing International Norms: Great Powers and Norm Enforcement.” International Studies Review (spring 2007).

“NATO’s Role in the US War on Terrorism: Implications for the Future.” Transatlantic Public Policy Series, Indiana University (2007).

“Sovereignty and the Use of Force in the Struggle against State Sponsors of Terrorism.” Journal of Military Ethics (2007).

“The Geneva Conventions and New Wars.” Political Science Quarterly (fall 2006).

“Modernizing the Geneva Convention.” The Washington Quarterly, 29:2 (2006).

“Sustaining the Transition? Western Efforts to Support Democracy and Prevent Conflict in Russia.” CSIA Discussion Paper 96-03, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (May 1996).

“Democratization and Ethnic Conflict.” Survival, 35:2 (summer 1993).

Elman, Colin

Books

Progress in International Relations Theory: Appraising the Field. Editor. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003. (With Miriam Fendius Elman.)

Realism and the Balancing of Power: A New Debate. Editor. New York: Prentice Hall, 2003. (With John Vasquez.)

Bridges and Boundaries: Historians, Political Scientists, and the Study of International Relations. Editor. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001. (With Miriam Fendius Elman.)

Book Chapters & Reference Book Entries

“Realist Revisionism.” In Contemporary Realism: What Way Forward? Eds. Patrick James, Ewan Harrison, & Annette FreybergInan. Baltimore, MD Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.

“Explanatory Typologies in Qualitative Analysis.” In The SAGE Handbook of Case-Based Methods 2009. Eds. David Byrne and Charles C. Ragin. New York: Sage Publications, 2009.

“Qualitative and Multi-Method Research: Organizations, Publications, and Reflections on Integration.” In The Oxford Handbook of Political Methodology. Eds. Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Henry E. Brady and David Collier. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. (With David Collier.)

“Case Study Methods.” In The Oxford Handbook on International Relations. Eds. Christopher Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. (With Andrew Bennett.)

“Realism and Security Studies.” In Security Studies: An Introduction. Ed. Paul Williams. New York: Routledge, 2008

“Realism.” In International Relations Theory for the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Martin Griffiths. New York: Routledge, 2007.

“Realism.” In Routledge Encyclopedia of International Relations and Global Politics. Ed. Martin Griffiths. New York: Routledge, 2005.

“Lessons from Lakatos.” In Progress in International Relations Theory: Appraising the Field. Eds. Colin Elman & Miriam Fendius Elman. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003. (With Miriam Fendius Elman.)

“Closing Dialogue.” In Realism and the Balancing of Power: A New Debate. Eds. Colin Elman & John Vasquez. New York: Prentice Hall, 2003. (With John Vasquez.)

Articles & OpEds

“The Unique Challenges of Making Qualitative Research More Transparent,” in Inside Higher Ed. (Aug. 9, 2017).

“Case Study Research: Putting the Quant Into the Qual.” Sociological Methods & Research (2016).

“Security Studies, ‘Security Studies,’ & Recent Developments in Qualitative & Multi-Method Research.” Security Studies, 23:4 (2014). (With A. Bennett & J.M. Owen.)

“Learning Through Research: Using Data to Train Undergraduates in Qualitative Methods.” PS: Political Science & Politics, 48:1 (2014). (D. Kapiszewski & D. Kirilova.)

“Duck-Rabbits in Social Analysis: A Tale of Two Cultures.” Comparative Political Studies, 20 (November 2012).

“Qualitative Data Access and Research Transparency.” Qualitative & Multi-Method Research, 9:2 (fall 2011).

“Boot Camp: Ten Years of Qualitative and Multi-Method Research.” Qualitative & Multi-Method Research, 9:2 (fall 2011).

“Qualitative Data Archiving: Rewards and Challenges,” Political Science, 43:1 (January 2010).

 

“Give Pieces a Chance: Submitting Manuscripts to the APSR.” Qualitative & Multi-Method Research, 8:2 (fall 2010).

“Pluralism as a Hard Choice.” Qualitative & Multi-Method Research, 7:2 (fall 2009).

“The Role of History in International Relations.” Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 37:2 (December 2008). (With Miriam Fendius Elman.)

“Symposium on Qualitative Research Methods in Political Science.” Journal of Politics, 70:1 (January 2008).

“Qualitative Methods: The View from the Subfields.” Comparative Political Studies, 40: 2 (February 2007). (With Andrew Bennett.)

“Case Study Methods in the International Relations Subfield.” Comparative Political Studies, 40: 2 (February 2007). (With Andrew Bennett.)

“Complex Causal Relations and Case Study Methods: The Example of Path Dependence.” Political Analysis, 14: 3 (June 2006). (With Andrew Bennett.)

“Qualitative Research: Recent Developments in Case Study Methods.” Annual Review of Political Science, 9 (June 2006). (With Andrew Bennett.)

“Explanatory Typologies and Property Space in Qualitative Studies of International Politics.” International Organization, 59:2 (Spring 2005).

“Extending Offensive Realism: The Louisiana Purchase and America’s Rise to Regional Hegemony.” American Political Science Review, 98:4 (November 2004).

“How Not to Be Lakatos Intolerant: Appraising Progress in IR Research.” International Studies Quarterly, 46:2 (June 2002). (With Miriam Fendius Elman.)

“History, Theory, and the Democratic Peace.” The International History Review, 23: 4 (December 2001).

“‘Acts of War’ Call for Clarification of Our Principles.” Arizona Republic (Sept. 14, 2001).

“Lakatos and Neo-Realism: A Reply to Vasquez.” American Political Science Review, 91:4 (December 1997). (With Miriam Fendius Elman.)

“Diplomatic History and International Relations Theory: Respecting Difference and Crossing Boundaries.” International Security, 22:1 (Summer 1997). (With Miriam Fendius Elman.)

“Horses for Courses: Why Not Neo-Realist Theories of Foreign Policy?” Security Studies, 6:1 (Fall 1996).

“Cause, Effect and Consistency: A Response to Kenneth N. Waltz.” Security Studies, 6:1 (Fall 1996).

“Correspondence: History vs. Neo-Realism: A Second Look.” International Security, 20:1 (Summer 1995). (With Miriam Fendius Elman.)

Elman, Miriam

Books

Jerusalem: Conflict and Cooperation in a Contested City. Editor. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2014. (With M. Adelman.)

Progress in International Relations Theory: Appraising the Field. Editor. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003. (With C. Elman.)

Bridges and Boundaries: Historians, Political Scientists, and the Study of International Relations. Editor. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001. (With C. Elman.)

Paths to Peace: Is Democracy the Answer? Editor.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997.

Book Chapters & Reference Book Entries

Obstructing the Spoilers of Peace.” In Negotiating in Times of Conflict. Eds. Gilead Sher & Anat Kurz. Tel Aviv: Institute for National Security Studies, 2015.

“Democracy and Conflict Resolution: The Dilemmas of Israel’s Peacemaking.” In Peace and Conflict Resolution. Eds. Oded Haklai and Hendrik Spruyt. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Forthcoming.

“Knowing Jerusalem Through Disciplinary and Cross-Disciplinary Engagement.” In Jerusalem: Conflict and Cooperation in a Contested City. Editor. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2014. (With Madelaine Adelman.)

“Jerusalem and the Demise of the Oslo Peace Process: the Contributions (and Limitations) of a Political Science Approach.” In Jerusalem: Conflict and Cooperation in a Contested City. Editor. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2014. (With Madelaine Adelman.)

“Democracy and Peacemaking in Protracted Conflicts: the Case of Israel.” In Democracy and Conflict Resolution: the Dilemmas of Israel’s Peacemaking. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2013. (With Oded Haklai & Hendrik Spruyt.)

“Does Democracy Tame the Radicals? Lessons from the Case of Israel’s SHAS Party.” In Democracy and Conflict Resolution: the Dilemmas of Israel’s Peacemaking. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press,2013. (With Oded Haklai & Hendrik Spruyt.)

“Foreign Policy.” In Encyclopedia of Political Science. Ed. George T. Kurian. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2011.

“Deciding Democracy: External Security Threats and Domestic Regime Choices.” In Existential Threats and Civil Security Relations. Eds. Oren Barak & Cabi Sheffer. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 2009.

“International Relations Theories and Methods.” In International History. Ed. Patrick Finney. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2005.

“Appraising Progress in International Relations Theory.” In Progress in International Relations Theory: Appraising the Field. Eds. Colin Elman & Miriam Elman. Cambridge, MA:MIT Press, 2003. (With Colin Elman.)

“Lessons from Lakatos.” InProgress in International Relations Theory: Appraising the Field. Eds. Colin Elman & Miriam Elman. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003. (With Colin Elman.)

“Negotiating International History and Politics.” In Bridges and Boundaries: Historians, Political Scientists, and the Study of International Relations. Eds. Colin Elman & Miriam Elman. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001. (With Colin Elman.)

“The Need for a Qualitative Test of the Democratic Peace Hypothesis.” In Paths to Peace: Is Democracy the Answer? Ed. Miriam Elman.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997.

“Finland in the Second World War: Alliance Policies, Small States, and the Democratic Peace.” In Paths to Peace: Is Democracy the Answer? Ed. Miriam Elman.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997.

“Israel’s Invasion of Lebanon, 1982: Regime Changes and War Decisions.” In Paths to Peace: Is Democracy the Answer? Ed. Miriam Elman.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997.

“Testing the Democratic Peace Theory.” In Paths to Peace: Is Democracy the Answer? Ed. Miriam Elman.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997.

Journal Articles

“Jerusalem Studies: the State of the Field.” Israel Studies, 21:3 (Fall 2016)

“The Arab Spring and the Future of Democracy in the Middle East: Rethinking Middle Eastern Studies.” Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics, and Culture, 18:1 (2012).

“The Influence of External Security Threats on Regime Type in Democratic States.” Politics (Politika): The Israeli Journal of Political Science and International Relations, 20 (winter 2010).

“Back to the Future? Revisiting Israel’s 2009 Elections.” Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter, 3:1 (summer 2009).

“The Role of History in International Relations.” Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 37:2 (December 2008). (With Colin Elman.)

“Faith and Security: The Effects of Democracy on Religious Political Parties.” Asian Security, 4:1: (January-April 2008). (Special issue guest editor, with Carolyn M. Warner.)

“Democracy, Security, and Religious Political Parties: A Framework for Analysis.” Asian Security, 4:1 (January-April 2008). (Special issue guest editor, with Carolyn M. Warner.)

“Does Democracy Tame the Radicals? Lessons from Israel’s Jewish Religious Political Parties.” Asian Security, 4:1 (January-April 2008). (Special issue guest editor.)

“How Not to Be Lakatos Intolerant: Appraising Progress in IR Research.” International Studies Quarterly, 46 (June 2002). (With Colin Elman.)

“Falsification, Generalization, and the Democratic Peace.” The International History Review, 23:4 (2001).

“Unpacking Democracy: Presidentialism, Parliamentarism, and Theories of Democratic Peace.” Security Studies, 9:4 (2000).

“The Never-Ending Story: Democracy and Peace.” International Studies Review, 1:3 (1999).

“Diplomatic History and International Relations Theory: Respecting Difference and Crossing Boundaries.” International Security, 22:1 (1997). (With Colin Elman.)

“Lakatos and Neo-Realism: A Reply to Vasquez.” American Political Science Review, 91:4 (December 1997). (With Colin Elman.)

“Correspondence: History vs. Neo-Realism: A Second Look.” International Security, 20:1 (Summer 1995). (With Colin Elman.)

“The Foreign Policies of Small States: Challenging Neorealism In Its Own Backyard.” British Journal of Political Science, 25:2 (1995).

Gouldin, Lauryn

Articles

“Defining Flight Risk.” University of Chicago Law Review, 85 (2017).

“When Deference is Dangerous: The Judicial Role in Material Witness Detentions.” American Criminal Law Review, 49:3 (2013).

Helfman, Tara

Books

Liberty and Union: A Constitutional History of the United States. NY: Routledge, 2013. (With Edgar J. McManus.)

Book Chapters

“Commerce on Trial.” In Trade and War: The Neutrality of Commerce in the Inter-State System. COLLeGIUM: Studies Across Disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 10. Ed. Koen Stapelbroek. Helsinki, Finland: Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, 2011.

Articles

The Dread Pirate Who? Challenges in Interpreting Treaty and Customary International Law in the United States.Tulane Law Review, 90 (2016)

“US v. Windsor and the Judicial Politics of the Roberts Court.” Syracuse Journal of Law & Civil Engagement, 1 (2014).

“Nasty, Brutish, and False: Rousseau’s State in the Inter-State System.” Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce, 29 (2012).

“Francis Biddle and the Nuremberg Legacy: Waking the Human Conscience.” Journal Jurisprudence, 15 (2012).

“Marauders in the Courts: Why the Federal Courts Have Got the Problem of Maritime Piracy (Partly) Wrong.” Syracuse Law Review, 62 (2012).

“Land Ownership and the Origins of Fiduciary Duty.” Real Property Probate & Trust Journal, 41 (2006).

“The Court of Vice-Admiralty at Sierra Leone and the Abolition of the West African Slave Trade.” Yale Law Journal, 115 (2006).

“Neutrality, the Law of Nations, and the Natural Law Tradition.” Yale Journal of International Law, 30 (2005).

“Review of Reading Humanitarian Intervention by Anne Orford.” Yale Journal of International Law, 29 (2004).

“The Law of Nations in The Federalist Papers.” Journal of Legal History, 23 (2002).

Book Reviews

“Review of Freedom in Context: The Classical Liberal Constitution—The Uncertain Quest for Limited Government, by Richard A. Epstein.” Commentary (June 2014).

“Review of The Slave Trade & the Origins of International Human Rights Law, by Jenny S. Martinez.” Law & History Review 30 (2012).

Hermann, Margaret

Books & Monographs

A Guide to Understanding Crisis Management Through Case Studies. Stockholm, Sweden: CRISMART, Swedish National Defence College and Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, 2006. (With Bruce Dayton & Lina Svedin.)

Leaders, Groups, and Coalitions: Understanding the People and Processes in Foreign Policymaking. London, UK: Blackwell, 2001. (With Joe D. Hagan.)

Describing Foreign Policy Behavior. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1982. (With Patrick Callahan & Linda Brady.)

A Psychological Examination of Political Leaders. Editor. New York: Free Press, 1977.

Book Chapters

“The Study of American Foreign Policy.” In The Handbook of American Foreign Policy. Eds. Christopher Jones & Steve Hook. New York: Routledge, 2011.

“The Experiment and Foreign Policy Decision Making” In Handbook of Experimental Political Science. Eds. James Druckman, Arthur Lupia, Donald Kinder, & Richard Lau. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011. (With Binnur Ozkececi-Taner.)

“Policymakers and Their Interpretations Matter.” In From the Mind to the Feet: Assessing the Perception-to-Intent-to-Action Dynamic. Maxwell AFB, AL: Air University Press, 2010.

“Indicators of Stress in Policymakers During Foreign Policy Crises.” In Crisis Management, Vol. 2. Ed. R. Arjen Boin. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2008.

“The Leadership Styles of Saddam Hussein and Bill Clinton: Two Case Studies.” In The Psychological Assessment of Political Leaders. Ed. Jerrold Post. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2005.

“Presidential Leadership Style and the Foreign Policy Advisory Process” (with Thomas Preston). In The Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy. Eds. Eugene R. Wittkopf & James McCormick. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003.

“The Pursuit of a Peaceful International System.” In Exporting Democracy: Rhetoric vs. Reality. Ed. Peter J. Schraeder. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2002. (With Charles W. Kegley, Jr.)

“Crisis Leadership.” In Civil Security and Crisis Management in the Baltic Sea Region. Ed. Anna Fornstedt. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish National Defence College, 2002.

“Leadership, Value Conflict, and Crisis Management.” In Coping with Value Conflict and Institutional Complexity. Ed. Lindy M. Newlove. Stockholm, Sweden: The Swedish Agency for Civil Emergency Planning, 1999.

“Presidents, Leadership Style, and the Advisory Process.” In Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy. Eds. James McCormick & Eugene R. Wittkopf. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999. (With Thomas Preston.)

“The Personalities of Bush and Gorbachev Measured at a Distance: Procedures, Portraits, and Policy.” In American Foreign Policy. Ed. John G. Ikenberry. New York: Harper Collins, 1996. (With David G. Winter, Walter Weintraub, & Stephen G. Walker.)

“Advice and Advisers in the Clinton Presidency: The Impact of Leadership Style.” In The Clinton Presidency: Campaigning, Governing and the Psychology of Leadership. Ed. Stanley Renshon. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1995.

“Explaining Foreign Policy Behavior Using Personal Characteristics of Political Leaders.” In Readings in International Relations. Ed. Marc A. Genest. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace, 1995.

“Leaders and Foreign Policy Decision Making.” In Diplomacy, Force, and Leadership: Essays in Honor of Alexander George. Eds. Dan Caldwell & Timothy McKeown. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993.

“Hostage-Taking, Stress, and the Presidency.” In The Origins of Terrorism: Psychologies, Ideologies, Theologies, and States of Mind. Ed. Walter Reich. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990. (With Charles F. Hermann.)

“The Soviet Debate Over ‘New Thinking’ and the ‘Restructuring’ of US-Soviet Relations.” In Restructuring of Soviet Society and Change in Soviet National Security Policy. Ed. Gerald Hudson. New York: Hyman Unwin, 1989. (with Philip D. Stewart).

“Inside the ‘Black Box’: Decision Making and Foreign Policy.” In Journeys Through World Politics. Eds. Joseph Kruzel & James N. Rosenau. New York: Lexington Books, 1989.

“Hafez al-Assad, President of Syria: A Leadership Profile.” In Leadership and Negotiation: A New Look at the Middle East. Eds. Barbara Kellerman & Jeffrey Rubin. New York: Praeger, 1988.

“The Role of Leaders and Leadership in the Making of American Foreign Policy.” In The Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy. Eds. Charles W. Kegley Jr. & Eugene Wittkopf. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1988.

“How Decision Units Shape Foreign Policy Behavior.” In New Directions in the Study of Foreign Policy. Eds. Charles F. Hermann, Charles W. Kegley, Jr., & James N. Rosenau. London, UK: Allen and Unwin, 1987. (With Charles F. Hermann & Joe D. Hagan).

“Leader’s Foreign Policy Orientations and the Quality of Foreign Policy Decisions.” In Role Theory and Foreign Policy Analysis. Ed. Stephen Walker. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1987.

“The Ingredients of Leadership.” In Political Psychology: Contemporary Problems and Issues. Ed. Margaret G. Hermann. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1986.

“Personality and Foreign Policy Decision Making: A Study of 53 Heads of Government.” In Foreign Policy Decision-Making: Perceptions, Cognition, and Artificial Intelligence. Eds. Donald A. Sylvan & Steve Chan. New York: Praeger, 1984.

“Leaders, Leadership, and American Foreign Policy.” In The Sources of American Foreign Policy. Eds. Charles W. Kegley, Jr. & Eugene Wittkopf. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1983.

“Outcomes of Foreign Policy Behavior: Acceptance and Rejection.” In Describing Foreign Policy Behavior. Eds. Patrick Callahan, Linda P. Brady, & Margaret G. Hermann. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1982.

“Conclusion: Toward Integrating the Perspectives in Explaining Foreign Policy Behavior.” In Why Nations Act. Eds. Maurice A. East, Stephen A. Salmore, & Charles F. Hermann. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1978. (With Stephen A. Salmore, Barbara G. Salmore, & Charles F. Hermann.)

“Effect of Personal Characteristics of Leaders on Foreign Policy.” In Why Nations Act. Eds. Maurice A. East, Stephen A. Salmore, & Charles F. Hermann. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1978.

“Leader Personality and Foreign Policy Behavior.” In Comparing Foreign Policies: Theories, Findings and Methods. Ed. James N. Rosenau. New York: Sage-Halsted, 1974.

Articles

“Leadership, Terrorism, and the Use of Violence.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, 4 (2011).

“Transboundary Crises Through the Eyes of Policymakers: Sense-Making and Crisis Management.” Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 17:4 (2009). (With Bruce Dayton.)

“Democracies and Intervention: Is There a Danger Zone in the Democratic Peace?” Journal of Peace Research, 28 (2001). (With Charles W. Kegley.)

“International Decision Making: Leadership Matters” Foreign Policy, 100 (1998). (With Joe D. Hagan.)

“Leadership Styles of Prime Ministers: How Individual Differences Affect the Foreign Policymaking Process.” Leadership Quarterly, 9 (1998). (With Juliet Kaarbo.)

“The US Use of Military Intervention to Promote Democracy: Evaluating the Record.” International Interactions, 24 (1998). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“Who Takes Risks? Daring and Caution in Foreign Policy Making.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 41:3 (1997). (With Paul Kowert.)

“The Multiple Pay-offs of Crisis Simulations.” Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 5 (1997).

“A Glass Half Full? U.S. Military Intervention and the Promotion of Democracy.” Futures Research Quarterly, 13 (1997). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“A Peace Dividend? Democracies’ Military Interventions and Their External Political Consequences.” Cooperation and Conflict, 32:4 (1997). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“Putting Military Intervention into the Democratic Peace: A Research Note.” Comparative Political Studies, 30 (1997). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“Ballots, a Barrier Against the Use of Bullets and Bombs.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 40 (1996). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“How Democracies Use Intervention: A Neglected Dimension in Studies of the Democratic Peace.” Journal of Peace Research, 33 (1996). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“Rethinking Democracy and International Peace: Perspectives from Political Psychology.” International Studies Quarterly, 39 (1995). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“Leaders, Leadership, and Flexibility: Influences on Heads of Government as Negotiators and Mediators.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 542 (1995).

“Military Intervention and the Democratic Peace.” International Interactions, 21 (1995). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“The Political Psychology of Peace Through Democratization.” Cooperation and Conflict, 30 (1995). (With Charles W. Kegley Jr.)

“President Clinton and His Advisers: An Appraisal after Seven Months.” Political Psychology, 15 (1994).

“Presidents and Their Advisers: Leadership Style, Advisory Systems, and Foreign Policy Making.” In Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy. Ed. Eugene R. Wittkopf. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1994. (With Thomas Preston.)

“Presidents, Advisers, and Foreign Policy: The Effect of Leadership Style on Executive Arrangements.” Political Psychology, 15 (1994). (With Thomas Preston.)

“Explaining Self-Defeating Foreign Policy Decisions: Interpreting Soviet Arms for Egypt in 1973 Through Process or Domestic Bargaining Models?” American Political Science Review, 86 (1992). (With Charles F. Hermann and Richard D. Anderson Jr.)

“The Personalities of Bush and Gorbachev at a Distance: Follow-Up on Predictions.” Political Psychology, 12 (1991). (With David G. Winter, Walter Weintraub, & Stephen G. Walker.)

“Leadership Style and Foreign Policy Making: Gorbachev, Shevardnadze, Bush, and Baker.” Polis (1991).

“The Personalities of Bush and Gorbachev Measured at a Distance: Procedures, Portraits, and Policy.” Political Psychology, 12 (1991). (With David G. Winter, Walter Weintraub, & Stephen G. Walker.)

“Who Makes Foreign Policy Decisions and How: An Empirical Inquiry.” International Studies Quarterly, 33 (1989). (With Charles F. Hermann.)

“Assessing the Personalities of Members of the Soviet Politburo.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 6 (1980).

“Comments on ‘Foreign Policy Makers, Personality Attributes, and Interviews: A Note on Reliability Procedures.’” International Studies Quarterly, 24 (1980).

“Explaining Foreign Policy Behavior Using Personal Characteristics of Political Leaders.” International Studies Quarterly, 24 (1980).

“Indicators of Stress in Policy Makers During Foreign Policy Crises.” Political Psychology, 1 (1979).

“Counterattack or Delay: Characteristics Influencing Decision Makers’ Responses to the Simulation of an Unidentified Attack.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 18 (1974). (With Charles F. Hermann and Robert A. Cantor.)

“Negotiation in Leader and Delegate Groups.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 12 (1968). (With Nathan Kogan.)

Hromadzic, Azra

Books

Care Across Distance: Ethnographic Explorations of Aging and Migration. Editor. Berghahn Books (Forthcoming 2018). (With M. Palmberger.)

Samo Bosne nema: Mladi i građenje države u posleratnoj Bosni i Hercegovini. (Translation of Citizens of an Empty Nation: Youth and State-making in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina.) U. of Pennsylvania P., 2017.

Citizens of an Empty Nation: Youth & State-Making in Postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina. U. of Pennsylvania P., 2015.

Book Chapters

“But where else could they go?” The State, Family, and Private Care in a Bosnian Town.” In Everyday Life in the Balkans. Ed. D. Montgomery. U. of Indiana P. (Forthcoming).

“On Being a Non-Refugee: Encounters with Professors, Borders, and Donuts.” In Maintaining Refuge Anthropological Reflections in Uncertain Times. Eds. D. Haines, J. Howell, & F. Keles. CORI Publications, 2017.

“Affective Labour: Work, Love, and Care for the Elderly in Bihać.” In Eds. Stef Jansen, Čarna Brković, and Vanja Čelebičić. Negotiating Socialities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Ashgate: Southeast European Studies, forthcoming 2016).

“If you write this tačno, it will be točno!” Language Ideologies and Linguistic Practices in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina.” In Rebecca Bryant (Ed.) Post-Ottoman Coexistence: Sharing Space in the Shadow of Conflict (Berghahn Space and Place Series, forthcoming 2016).

“Affective Labour: Work, Love, & Care for the Elderly in Bihać.” In Negotiating Socialities in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Eds. S. Jansen, Č. Brković, & V. Čelebičić. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2015.

“If You Write This Tačno, It Will Be Točno! Performing Linguistic Difference in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina.” In Shared Spaces and Their Dissolution: Practices of Coexistence in the Post-Ottoman Sphere. Ed. Rebecca Bryant. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. (Forthcoming 2013.)

“Smoking Doesn’t Kill; It Unites! Cultural Meanings and Practices of ‘Mixing’ in Post-Conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina.” In Peace Education in Conflict and Post-conflict Societies: Comparative Perspectives. Eds. Claire McGlynn, Michalinos Zembylas, Zvi Bekeman, & Tony Gallagher. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009

“Discourses of Integration and Politics of Reunification in Post-Conflict Bosnia-Herzegovina: Case Study of the Gymnasium Mostar.” In New Europe College Regional Program Year Book. Bucharest, Romania: New Europe College, 2008.

“Challenging the Discourse of the Bosnian War Rapes.” In Living with Gender after Communism. Eds. Janet E. Johnson and Jean C. Robinson. Bloomington, IN: University of Indiana Press, 2006.

“Kriegsvergewaltigungen in Bosnien: Alte und neue Erklaerungsansaetze” (“War Rapes in Bosnia: Old and New Approaches”). In Gender, Identitaet, und Kriegerischer Konflikt: Das Beispiel des Ehemaligen Jugoslawien (Gender, Identity, and Armed Conflict: The Example of the Former Yugoslavia). Ed. Ruth Seifert. Muenster, Germany: Lit Publishers, 2004.

Articles

“Dissolusioned with Dayton in Bosnia-Herzegovina.” Current History. (Forthcoming 2018.)

“Streets, Scum, and People: Discourses of (In) Civility in Postwar Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina.” Anthropological Theory (Special Issue on Civility, forthcoming).

“Una kao motiv građanske mobilizacije: Socio-antropološki pristup.” Bihaćka građanska inicijativa. (Forthcoming.)

“Bihać, Brižan Grad? Kriza, Etika i Poetika Socijalne zastite u Savremenom Bihaću.” (“Bihac, a Caring City? The Crisis, Ethics, and Poetics of Social Protection in Contemporary Bihac.”) Revizor (2017).

“Cannibal States, Empty Bellies: Protest, History and Political Imagination in Post-Dayton Bosnia.” Critique of Anthropology (2017). (With L. Kurtović.)

“Where were they until now?” Aging, Care, and Abandonment in a Bosnian town.” Special issue of Etnološka Tribina: The Journal of Croatian Ethnological Society, 45:38 (2015).

“‘A gjde su oni bili do sad?’ Starenje, skrb i napuštanje u jednom bosanskom gradu.” Special issue of Etnološka Tribina: The Journal of Croatian Ethnological Society, 45:38 (2015).

“On Not Dating Just Anybody: Politics and Poetics of Flirting in a Postwar City.” Anthropological Quarterly, 88:4 (2015).

“Dissatisfied Citizens: Ethnonational Governance, Teachers’ Strike and Politics of Professional Solidarity in Postwar Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina.” Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 16: 3 (2015).

“‘Only When the Spider Web Becomes Too Heavy:’ Youth, Unemployment, & the Social Life of Waiting in Postwar & Post-Socialist Bosnia-Herzegovina.” The Journal of Social Policy, 11 (2014).

“Discourses of Trans-Ethnic Narod in Postwar Mostar, Bosnia, and Herzegovina.” Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity, 41:2 (2013).

“Once We Had a House: Invisible Citizens and Consociational Democracy in Postwar Mostar, Bosnia, and Herzegovina.” Social Analysis, 56:3 (2012).

“Bathroom Mixing: Youth Negotiate Democracy in Postconflict Bosnia and Herzegovina.” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 34:2 (2011).

“Discourses of Integration and Practices of Reunification at the Mostar Gymnasium.” Comparative Education Review, 52:4 (2008).

Book Reviews

“Review of Innocence & Victimhood: Gender, Nation, & Women’s Activism in Postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina by Elissa Helms.” Slavonica, 20:1 (2015).

“Review of Places of Pain: Forced Displacement, Popular Memory, & Trans-Local Identities in Bosnian War-Torn Communities by Hariz Halilovich.” American Ethnologist, 41:3.

“Review of Three Lights on the Queen’s Face: On Mixing, Muddle, and Mêlée by Larisa Jasarevic.” Religion and Culture Web Forum, University of Chicago Divinity School (2012).

“Review of Peacebuilding in the Balkans: The View from the Ground Floor by Paula M. Pickering.” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 35:1 (2012).

“Review of Sarajevo Under Siege: Anthropology in Wartime by Ivana Maček.” Ethnopolitics, 10:3-4 (2011).

Kim, Andrew

Articles

“Immigrant Passing.” Kentucky Law Journal, 105 (2016).

Rethinking Review Standards in Asylum.” William & Mary Law Review, 55:2 (2013).

Kriesberg, Louis

Books

Perspectives in Waging Conflicts Constructively: Cases, Concepts, and Practice. Editor. Rowman & Littlefield, 2017. (With Bruce W. Dayton.)

Louis Kriesberg: Pioneer in Peace and Constructive Conflict Resolution Studies. New York: Springer, 2016.

Constructive Conflicts: From Escalation to Resolution, 5th Ed. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2012. (With Bruce W. Dayton.)

Realizing Peace. New York: Oxford UP, 2015.

Constructive Conflicts: From Escalation to Resolution, 4th Ed. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2012. (With Bruce W. Dayton.)

Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding: Moving from Violence to Sustainable Peace. New York: Routledge, 2009. (With Bruce W. Dayton.)

International Conflict Resolution: The US-USSR and Arab-Israeli Cases. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992.

Timing the De-Escalation of International Conflicts. Editor. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1991. (With Stuart Thorson.)

Intractable Conflicts and Their Transformation. Editor. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1989. (With Terrell Northrup & Stuart Thorson.)

Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change, Vol. 10. Editor. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1988. (With B. Misztal.)

Social Conflicts, 3rd Ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1982. (Originally published in 1973 as The Sociology of Social Conflicts.)

Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change, Vol. 3. Editor. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1980.

Social Inequality. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1979.

Social Processes in International Relations: A Reader. Editor. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1968.

Book Chapters & Reference Book Entries

Constructive Negotiations in Contentious Contexts.” In Negotiations in Times of Conflict. Eds. Gilead Sher and Anat Kurz. Tel Aviv: Institute for National Security Studies, 2015.

“Negotiating Conflict Transformations” In Handbook of International Negotiation: Interpersonal, Intercultural, and Diplomatic Perspectives. Ed. M. Galluccio. New York: Springer, 2015.

“Educating for Peaceful Conflict Transformation.” In Peace Education for Action: Top Ten Strategies for Social Change. Jason Del Ganio, Anthony J Nocella II, and Rita Verma. (Forthcoming 2013).

“Morality, Human Needs, and Conflict Resolution.” In Beyond Basic Needs: Linking Theory and Practice. Eds. Christopher R. Mitchell and Kevin Avruch. NY: Routledge. (Forthcoming, 2013.)

“Challenges in Peacemaking: External Interventions.” In Peacemaking: From Practice to Theory. Eds. Susan Allen Nan, Zachariah Mampilly, & Andrea Bartoli. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Security International , 2012.

“Constructive Conflict.” In Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology. Ed. Daniel J. Christie. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

“The Changing State-of-Art in Conflict Transformation.” In Berghof Handbook for Conflict Transformation. Eds. Martina Fischer, Hans J. Giessmann, & Beatrix Schmelzle. Berlin, Germany: Berghof Forschungszentrum fur Konstrucktive Konfliktbearbeitung and Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2011.

“Conflict Resolution as a Field.” In The International Studies Encyclopedia. Ed. Robert A. Denemark. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.

“Conflict Phases.” In The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol 1. Ed. Nigel Young. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Conflict Resolution: Overview.” In The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol 1. Ed. Nigel Young. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Constructive Conflict.” In The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol 1. Ed. Nigel Young. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Interlocking Conflicts.” In The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol 1. Ed. Nigel Young. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Intractable Conflicts.” In The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol 1. Ed. Nigel Young. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Waging Conflicts Constructively.” In Handbook of Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Eds. Sean Byrne, Dennis Sandole, Ingrid Staroste-Sandole, & Jessica Senehi. New York: Routledge, 2009.

“Making Good Use of the Time: Contributions and Dilemmas of the Nongovernmental Actors.” In Peacebuilding. Berlin, Germany: Berghof Forschungszentrum fur Konstrucktive Konfliktbearbeitung, 2009.

“The Evolution of Conflict Resolution.” In Handbook of Conflict Resolution. Eds. Jacob Bercovitch, Victor Kremenyuk, & I. William Zartman. London, UK: Sage, 2009.

“External Organizational Contributions to Post-Mass Crimes Rehabilitation.” In Mass Crime and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. Eds. Simon Chesterman, Beatrice Pouligny, & Albrecht Schnabel. Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 2007.

“The Conflict Resolution Field: Origins, Growth, and Differentiation.” In Peacekeeping in International Conflict: Methods & Techniques. Eds. I. William Zartman & Lewis Rasmussen. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press, 2007.

“Conflict.” In The Social Science Encyclopedia, 3rd Ed. Eds. Adam Kuper & Jessica Kuper. New York: Routledge, 2005.

“Conflict Resolution.” In The Social Science Encyclopedia, 3rd Ed. Eds. Adam Kuper & Jessica Kuper. New York: Routledge, 2005.

“Nature, Dynamics, and Phases of Intractability.” In Grasping the Nettle: Analyzing Cases of Intractable Conflicts. Eds. Chester A. Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson, & Pamela Aall. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace, 2005.

“The People of the United States Need Canadian Independence.” In Independence in an Age of Empire: Assessing Unilateralism and Multilateralism. Ed. Graham F. Walker. Halifax, Canada: Centre for Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, 2004.

“Comparing Reconciliation Actions Within and Between Countries.” In From Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation. Ed. Yaacov Bar-Siman-Tov. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.

“Constructive Conflicts: Conflict Resolution in Theory and Practice.” In Curriculum Guide on Teaching the Sociology of Peace, War, and Social Conflict. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association, 2003.

“Identities in Intractable Conflicts,” “Disarming Behaviors,” and “Tactical Escalation.” In Beyond Intractability (Intractable Conflicts Knowledge Base). Conflict Resolution Information Source, 2003. www.crinfo.org

“Mediating Intermediaries: Expanding Roles of Transnational Organizations.” In Studies in International Mediation: Essays in Honour of Jeffrey Z. Rubin. Ed.Jacob Bercovitch. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. (With Larry Dunn.)

“Convergences Between International Security Studies and Peace Studies.” In Conflict, Security, Foreign Policy, and International Political Economy. Eds. Michael Brecher and Frank Harvey. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2002.

“Convergences Between International Security Studies and Peace Studies.” In Millennial Reflections on International Studies. Eds. Michael Brecher and Frank Harvey. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2002.

“The Growth of the Conflict Resolution Field.” In Turbulent Peace. Eds. Chester A. Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson, & Pamela Aall. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace, 2001.

“Changing Forms of Coexistence.” In Reconciliation, Justice, and Coexistence: Theory and Practice. Ed. Mohammed Abu-Nimer. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2001.

“Peace.” In Encyclopedia of Sociology, Vol. 3. Eds. Edgar F. Borgatta & Rhonda J.V. Montgomery. New York: Macmillan, 2000.

“Conflict Transformation.” In Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict. Ed. Lester R. Kurtz. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 1999.

“Paths to Varieties of Inter-Communal Reconciliation.” In Conflict Resolution: Dynamics, Process, and Structure. Ed. Ho-Won Jeong. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Press, 1999.

“Deescalation of International Conflicts.” In World Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol. 3. Eds. Javier Perez De Cuellar & Young-Sik Cho. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Oceana Publications, 1999.

“Conflict Resolution, International, and Institutional.” In Violence in America: An Encyclopedia. Eds. Ronald Gottesman & Mauricio Mazón. New York: Scribner Publishing, 1999.

“Social Conflicts and Peace.” In World Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol. V. Eds. Javier Perez De Cuellar & Young-Sik Cho. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Oceana Publications, 1999.

“Coexistence and the Reconciliation of Communal Conflicts.” In Handbook of Interethnic Coexistence. Ed. Eugene Weiner. New York: Continuum Press, 1998.

“Intractable Conflicts.” In Handbook of Interethnic Coexistence. Ed. Eugene Weiner. New York: Continuum Press, 1998.

“The Phases of Destructive Communal Conflicts and Proactive Solutions.” In Peace in the Midst of War: Preventing and Managing International Ethnic Conflict. Eds. David Carment & Patrick James. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1998.

“Conflict Theories.” In Protest, Power, and Change: An Encyclopedia of Nonviolent Action from ACT-UP to Women’s Suffrage. Eds. C. Kruegler, R. McCarthy, R. Powers, & William Vogele. New York: Garland Publishing, 1997.

“The Development of the Conflict Resolution Field.” In Peacekeeping in International Conflict: Methods & Techniques. Eds. William Zartman & Lewis Rasmussen. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press, 1997.

“Preventive Conflict Resolution of Communal Conflicts.” In Wars in the Midst of Peace: The International Politics of Ethnic Conflict. Eds. David Carment & Patrick James. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1997.

“Social Movements and Global Transformation.” In Transnational Social Movements and Global Politics: Solidarity Beyond The State. Eds. Jackie Smith, Charles Chatfield, & Ron Pagnucco. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1997.

“Varieties of Mediating Activities and of Mediators.” In Resolving International Conflict: The Theory and Practice of Mediation. Ed. J. Bercovitch. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1996.

“Conflict Resolution in Organizations of Goodwill.” In Mediation and Facilitation Training Manual: Foundations and Skills for Conflict Transformation. Eds. J. Stutzman & C. Schrock-Sheuk. Akron, PA: United States Mennonite Central Committee, 1995.

“Applications and Misapplications of Conflict Resolution Ideas Among Conflict Domains.” In Beyond Confrontation: Learning Conflict Resolution in the Post-Cold War Era. Eds. John Vasquez, James T. Johnson, Sanford Jaffe, & Linda Stamato. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1995.

“Social Conflict.” In The Social Science Encyclopedia. Eds. A. Kuper & J. Kuper. London, UK: Routledge & Kegan, 1995.

“Regional Conflicts.” In World Security: Trends and Challenges at Century’s End, 2nd Ed. Eds. Michael T. Klare & Daniel C. Thomas. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1994.

“Conflict Resolution.” In Peace and World Security Studies: A Curriculum Guide, 6th Ed. Ed. Michael Klare. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1994.

“Sociological Statement on War and Violence.” In Rethinking Peace. Eds. Robert Elias & Jennifer Turpin. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1994.

“Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Violent Conflict in the 1990s.” In Analysis and Prognosis of Interethnic Conflicts in Russia and the New Independent State (Yearbook of the Centre of Sociological Conflicts). Moscow, Russia: Centre of Sociological Conflicts, 1994.

“Alternative Explanations of the Gulf War.” In Lessons from the Gulf War: Social Science Findings. Eds. Herbert Blumberg & Christopher French. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1992.

“Peace.” In The Encyclopedia of Sociology. Eds. Edgar F. Borgatta & Marie L. Borgatta. New York: MacMillan, 1992.

“Dilemmas in Nonviolently Settling International Conflicts.” In Armed Forces After the Cold War. Eds. C. Dandeker & J. Kuhlman. Munich, Germany: Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut der Bundeswehr, 1991.

“Timing and the Initiation of De-escalation Moves.” In Negotiation Theory and Practice. Eds. J.W. Breslin and J. Z. Rubin. Cambridge, MA: The Program on Negotiation at Harvard, 1991.

“Interpersonal Factors, Structural Factors, and Conflict Resolution.” In Peace: Meanings, Politics, Strategies. Ed. Linda Forcey. New York: Praeger, 1989.

“The Role of Consensus in Social Conflicts.” Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities: Dimensions of the Historical Process. Ed. Leszak Nowak. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Rodopi, 1989.

“Transforming Conflicts in the Middle East and Central Europe.” In Intractable Conflicts and their Transformation. Eds. L. Kriesberg, T. Northrup, & S. Thorson. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1989.

“Peace Movements and Government Peace Efforts.” InResearch in Social Movements, Conflicts, & Change, Vol. 10. Eds. L. Kriesberg & B. Misztal. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1988.

“Notes of a Social Theorist.” In Solutions for a Troubled World. Ed. Mark Macy. Boulder, CO: Earthview Press, 1987.

“Deescalation of International Conflicts.” In World Encyclopedia of Peace. Eds. L. Pauling, E. Laszlo, & J.Y. Yoo. London, UK: Pergamon Press, 1986.

“Social Conflicts and Peace.” In World Encyclopedia of Peace. Eds. L. Pauling, E. Laszlo, & J.Y. Yoo. London, UK: Pergamon Press, 1986.

“Social Conflicts.” In The Social Science Encyclopedia. Eds. Adam Kuper & Jessica Kuper. London, UK: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1985.

“Non-Coercive Inducements in International Conflicts.” In Toward Nuclear Disarmament and Global Security. Ed. B.H. Weston. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1983.

“Non-Coercive Inducements in International Conflicts.” In Alternative Methods for International Security. Ed. Carolyn M. Stephensen. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1982.

“Promoting Peace.” In Handbook of Applied Sociology: Frontiers of Contemporary Research. Eds.M. Olsen & M. Micklin. New York: Praeger, 1981.

“Varieties of ISPA (International Scientific and Professional Associations): Their Forms and Activities.” In Knowledge and Power in a Global Society. Ed. William M. Evan. Beverly Hills, CA: Sages, 1981.

“Social Conflict: What It is and How It Operates.” In Coping With Conflict: Strategies for Extension Community Development and Public Policy Professionals. Ames, Iowa: North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, 1979.

“Interlocking Conflicts in the Middle East.” In Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, & Change, Vol. 3. Ed. L. Kriesberg. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1980.

“Age and Organizational Development of Non-Governmental Organizations.” In Management and Complex Organizations in Comparative Perspectives. Ed. R.P. Mohen. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979.

“Class Conflicts.” In Stratification and Mobility. Eds. M. Abrahamson, E.H. Mizruchi, & C. Hornung. New York: MacMillan, 1976.

“International Conflict and Collective Decision Making.” In Behavioral International Relations. Ed. Michael Haas. New York: Chandler, 1974.

“How a Plowing Contest May Ease World Tensions.” In Peace and the War Industry. Ed. K. Boulding. Chicago: Aldine, 1973.

“Organizations and Inter-Professional Cooperation.” In Comparative Organizations. Ed. W. Heydebrand. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1973.

“U.S. and U.S.S.R. Participation in International Non-Governmental Organizations.” In Comparative Organizations. Ed. W. Heydebrand. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1973.

“U.S. and U.S.S.R. Participation in International Non-Governmental Organizations.” In Social Processes in International Relations: A Reader. Editor. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1968. Reprinted in Comparative Organizations, W. Heydebrand, Ed., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1973.

“Internal Differentiation and the Establishment of Organizations.” In Institutions and the Person: Essays Presented to Everett C. Hughes. Eds. H.S. Becker, et al. Chicago: Aldine, 1968.

Articles & Conference Proceedings

“Beginnings of My Journey.” Peacebuilding, 2:1 (2014).

“Redrafting Perpetual Peace: Article III.” redraftingperpetualpeace.org (September 2013).

“Comparing Reconciliation in Domestic and International Relations.” Politika 9 (June 2002).

“Mediation in Conflict Systems.” Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 29:2 (March/April 2012).

“Reverberations of the Arab Spring.” Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics, and Culture, 18:1 (2012).

“A Conversation Between Conflict Resolution and Social Movement Scholars.” Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 27 (2010). (With Beth Roy and John Burdick.)

“Assessing Past Strategies for Countering Terrorism in Lebanon and by Libya.” Peace and Conflict Studies, 13:1 (spring 2006).

“Transforming Intractable Conflicts.” Desafios, 10 (2004).

“Reconciliation Actions and the Breakdown in Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations, 2000.” Peace & Change, 27:4 (October, 2002).

“Mediation and the Transformation of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” Journal of Peace Research, 38:3 (2001).

“Prospects for Constructive Conflicts.” Gandhi Marg (January-March 2000).

“Negotiating the Partition of Palestine and Evolving Israeli-Palestinian Relations.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs, VII (winter/spring, 2000).

“The Role of Reconciliation in Changing Inter-Communal Accommodations: The South African and the Israeli-Palestinian Cases.” Proceedings of the International Peace Research Association, Tampere, Finland (August, 2000). www.copri.dk/ipra/Conf-papers/Kriesberg.html

“On Advancing Truth and Morality in Conflict Resolution.” Peace and Conflict Studies, 6 (November 1999).

“Fighting Conflicts Constructively.” Manchester College Bulletin of Peace Studies Institute, 29:1 (1999).

“Reflections on My Roles, Identities, and Activities Relating to Conflict Resolution.” Nexus, 1 (spring/fall 1999).

“Conflict Resolvers’ Engagement in the Emerging Global Society.” Peace Forum, 15 (winter 1999). (With Richard Ratcliff.)

“Coordinating Intermediary Peace Efforts,” Negotiation Journal (October 1996).

“New Approaches to Conflict Resolution.” Desfaciendo Entuertos (October 1996).

“Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Violent Conflict in the 1990s.” Peace Studies Bulletin, 2 (winter 1992-1993).

“Dispute Settlement: Models, Scenarios for the Middle East.” Peace Research: A Canadian Journal of Peace Studies, 25:3 (August 1993).

“Intractable Conflicts: A Problem for Conflict Resolution,” Peace Review, 5:4 (December 1993).

“Formal and Quasi-Mediators in International Disputes: An Exploratory Analysis.” Journal of Peace Research, 28 (February 1991).

“Conflict Resolution and Applications to Peace Studies.” Peace and Change, 16 (Fall 1991).

“Dilemmas in Nonviolently Settling International Conflicts,” Forum, 13 (1991).

“Peacemaking, Peacekeeping, and Conflict Resolution.” Sociological Research (November 1990).

“Strategies of Negotiating Agreements: US-Soviet and Arab-Israeli Cases.” Negotiation Journal (January 1988).

“Timing and the Initiation of De-escalation Moves.” Negotiation Journal (October 1987).

“Carrots, Sticks, and De-escalation: US-Soviet and Arab Cases.” Armed Forces and Society (spring 1987).

“Positive Inducements in Middle East Peace Efforts, 1949-1979.” International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 7:1 (1987). (With Ross A. Klein.)

“Clinical Sociology and Preventing Nuclear War.” Clinical Sociology Review (August 1986).

“Consequences of Efforts at Deescalating the American-Soviet Conflict.” Journal of Political and Military Sociology (Fall 1986).

“Conciliation, Confrontation, and Approval of the President.” Peace and Change Journal (spring 1985). (With Susan Borker and Abu Abdul Quader.)

“Social Theory and the De-escalation of International Conflict.” Sociological Review (August 1984).

“L’Opinion Publique Americaine et L’URSS: Les Annes 70.” Etudes Polemologigues, 1 (1984). (With Abdul Quader.)

“Policy Continuity and Change.” Social Problems (December 1984).

“Deescalating International Conflicts.” Maxwell News and Notes (Fall 1983).

“Applying Sociology to International Problems.” Comparative Foreign Policy Notes (Winter/Summer 1982).

“Social Conflict Theories and Conflict Resolution.” Peace and Change (Summer 1982).

“Elites and Increased Public Support for US Military Spending.” Journal of Political and Military Sociology (Fall 1982). (With Harry Murray and Ross A. Klein.)

“Recent US Public Views of Foreign Policy: Data for Peace Action.” Peace and Change (Fall 1982).

“Non-Coercive Inducements in US-Soviet Conflicts: Ending the Occupation of Austria and Nuclear Weapons Tests.” Journal of Political and Military Sociology (spring 1981).

“Non-Coercive Inducements in International Conflicts.” Peace and Change (fall 1981).

“Changes in Public Support for US Military Spending.” Journal of Conflict Resolution (March 1980). (With Ross A. Klein.)

“Centralization and Differentiation in International Non-Governmental Organizations.” Sociology and Social Research (October 1976).

“Applied Sociology and International Relations: State of the Discipline.” Sociological Practice (fall 1976).

“Organizational Membership and Structures: International Non-Governmental Organizations and Co-Membership from Adversary Nations.” Journal of Voluntary Action Research (fall/winter 1974).

“Teaching the Sociology of World Conflicts: A Review of the Field.” The American Sociologist (November 1974).

“International Non-Governmental Organizations and Transnational Integration.” International Associations (November 1972).

“How a Plowing Contest May Ease World Tensions.” Transaction (December 1967).

“National Security and Conduct in the Steel Grey Market.” Social Forces (March 1956).

“An Independent Formosa.” Christian Century (July 8, 1953).

White Papers

“Peace and Justice for the Peoples of the Middle East.” Commission on Peace Building in the Middle East, The International Peace Research Association (January 1993).

“The Uses of a Peace Academy.” US House of Representatives Subcommittee on International Relations, 95th Congress (January 1978).

Longstaff, Patricia

Articles

“Reverberations of the Arab Spring.” Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics, and Culture, 18:1 (2012).

“Avoiding Resilience ‘Kum Ba Yah:’ Recognizing the Tradeoffs Before They Become Surprises.” The CIP Report, Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security, George Mason University, 11:6 (December 2012).

Building Resilient Communities: A Preliminary Framework for Assessment,” Homeland Security Affairs, 6:3 (September 2010). (With Nick Armstrong, Whitney May Parker, Keli Perrin, and Matthew A. Hidek, INSCT.)

Proceedings

“Is the Blame Game Making Us Less Resilient? A Reexamination of Blame Allocation in Systems with High Uncertainty.” In Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Societal Resilience. Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute, Washington, DC (2012).

Monograph

“Security, Resilience, and Communication in Unpredictable Environments Such as Terrorism, Natural Disasters, and Complex Technology.” Program on Information Resources Policy, Harvard University (November 2005).

Blog

“The Resilient Company: Bouncing Back When Things Become Unpredictable,” Navigating New Media, SI Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University (March 2010).

McKnight, Lee

Selected Books

Cloud Management of “Internet of Things.” World Scientific Press, 2016.

Cloud to Edgeware: Applications, Architecture, and Security for the “Internet of Things.” World Scientific Press, 2015. (With T. Brooks.)

The Gordian Knot: Political Gridlock on the Information Highway. Editor. MIT Press, 1997. (With W.R. Neuman & R. Solomon.)

Internet Economics. Editor. MIT Press, 1997. (With J. Bailey.)

Selected Articles & Book Chapters

“An Introduction to Wireless Grids Edgeware for the Internet of Things.” Cloud to Edgeware: Applications, Architecture, and Security for the “Internet of Things.” Eds. L. McKnight & T. Brooks. World Scientific Press, 2015.

“Secure the Edge: Understanding the Risk of Wireless Grid Edgeware Technology.” International Journal of Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (2014). (With T. Brooks, C. Caicedo, & J. Park.)

“Ambient Privacy with Wireless Grids: Forging New Concepts of Relationship in 21st Century Information Society.” International Journal of Information Security Research, 3:1&2 (2014). (With P. McKenna, S. Chauncey, M. Kaarst-Brown, & M. Arnone.)

“Conceptualizing a Secure Wireless Cloud.” International Journal of Cloud Computing and Services Science, 1:3 (August 2012). (With T. Brooks & J. Robinson.)

“The US Role in Global Internet Governance.” IEEE Communications Magazine, 43:12 (January 2006). (With D.L. Cogburn, M. Mueller, H. Klein, & J. Mathiason.)

Nabatchi, Tina

Books

Collaborative Governance Regimes. Georgetown University Press, 2013. (With K. Emerson.)

Democracy in Motion: Evaluating the Practice and Impact of Deliberative Civic Engagement. Editor. Oxford University Press, 2012. (With J. Gastil, M. Weiksner, & M.Leighninger.)

Selected Articles, Book Chapters, Reference Book Entries, & Monographs

“Varieties of Participation in Public Services: The Who, When, and What of Coproduction.” Public Administration Review (forthcoming). (With A. Sancino & M. Sicilia.)

“Public Relations in the US Government: Fragmentation, Democratic Tension, and the Puzzle of Public Trust.” In Comparative Government Public Relations. Korean Institute of Public Administration, 2012. (With G. Reeher.)

“Deliberative Democracy and Citizenship: In Search of the Efficacy Effect.” Journal of Public Deliberation, 6:2 (2010).

“Addressing the Citizenship and Democratic Deficits: Exploring the Potential of Deliberative Democracy for Public Administration.” American Review of Public Administration, 40:4 (2010).

“Bridging the Gap Between Public Officials and the Public.” Deliberative Democracy Consortium, 2011. (With C. Farrar.)

“Sustainable Development.” In Encyclopedia of Social Problems. Ed. S. Parillo. Sage Publications, 2008.

“Assessing Sustainable Development Administration: A Framework and Implications for Organizational Structure.” In The Handbook of Globalization and Public Administration. Eds. A. Farazmand & J. Pinkowski. Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2006.

“Subnational Governments and Globalization: The Changing Face of Federalism.” In The Handbook of Globalization, Governance, and Public Administration. Eds. A. Farazmand & J. Pinkowski. Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2006. (With C. Ventriss.)

“Legal Frameworks for the New Governance: Processes for Citizen Participation in the Work of Government.” National Civic Review, 94:1 (2005). (With L. Bingham & R. O’Leary.)

O'Keefe, Sean

Books

The Defense Industry in the Post-Cold War Era (Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, & Competitive Strategy). Oxford, UK: Pergamon, 1999. (With G.I. Susman.)

Rubinstein, Robert

Books

Building Peace: Practical Reflections From the Field. Editor. Boulder, CO: Kumarian Press, 2009. (With Craig Zelizer.)

Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Traditional Boundaries and Expectations. Editor. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, 2012. (With K.B. Fosher and C. Fujimura.)

Dangerous Liaisons: Anthropologists and the National Security State. Editor. Sante Fe: NM: SAR Press, 2011. (With Laura McNamara.)

Peacekeeping: Creating the Structure and Capacity for Peace. Editor. Bloomfield, CT:Kumarian Press, 2009. (With Craig Zelizer.)

Peacekeeping Under Fire: Culture and Intervention. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2008.

The Social Dynamics of Peace and Conflict: Culture in International Security. Boulder: CO: Westview Press, 1988. (With M.L. Foster.)

Peace and War: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 1986. (With M.L. Foster.)

Book Chapters & Reference Book Entries

“Civil-Military Relations in the United States: Notes on Mutual Discontents & Disruptive Logics.” In Rethinking Civil-Military Relations: Anthropological Perspectives. Eds. B. Refslund Sørensen & E. Ben-Ari. Forthcoming. (With C. Zoli.)

“Military Culture & Humanitarian Actions: Short-term Gains & Long-term Losses.” In Lost in Translation. Ed. HC Breede. Forthcoming, 2017. (With C. Zoli.)

“Humanitarian-Military Collaboration: Social & Cultural Aspects of Interoperability.” In Cultural Awareness in the Military: Developments & Implications for Future Humanitarian Cooperation. Eds. Robert Albro & Bill Ivey. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

“Belief in Science.” In Guess Who’s Coming for Dinner: Liber Amicorum voor Rik Pinxten. Eds. I. Pisters, A. Dienderen, & C. Longman. Ghent, Belgium: Academia Press, 2012.

“Retrospective Attribution, Ritual Pollution, and Master Narratives in Anthropology’s Engagements with ‘The Military.’” In Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Traditional Boundaries and Expectations. Eds. R.A. Rubinstein, K.B. Fosher, & C.K. Fujimura. Boomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, 2012.

“Exploring Military Anthropology.” In Practicing Military Anthropology: Beyond Traditional Boundaries and Expectations. Eds. R.A. Rubinstein, K.B. Fosher, & C.K. Fujimura. Boomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, 2012.

“Engagement and Experience: Anthropological Excursions in Culture and the National Security State.” In Dangerous Liaisons: Anthropologists and the National Security State. Eds. L. McNamara & R.A. Rubinstein. Sante Fe, NM: SAR Press, 2011.

“Introduction: Scholars, Security and Citizenship: Anthropology and the State at War.” In Dangerous Liaisons: Anthropologists and the National Security State. Eds. L. McNamara & R.A. Rubinstein. Sante Fe, NM: SAR Press, 2011.

“Transnational Transfers and Peace Operations: The Empirically Elusive Quality of the Analytic Categories.” In Transnational Transfers and Global Development. Ed. S.S. Brown. London, UK: Macmillan, 2012. (With Suprita Kudesia.)

“Representation and Response: Culture and Conflict Transformation.” In Conflict and Culture: Fostering Peace Through Cultural Initiatives. New York: The Japan Foundation, 2011.

“Ralph Bunche.” In Oxford Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol. 1. Ed. N. Young. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Culture of Peacekeeping.” In Oxford Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol. 1. Ed. N. Young. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Peacekeeping: Unintended Consequences.” In Oxford Encyclpedia of Peace, Vol. 3. Ed. N. Young. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Peacekeeping: Integrated Missions and Humanitarian Role.” In Oxford Encyclpedia of Peace, Vol. 3. Ed. N. Young. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Anthropology and Peace Studies.” In Anthropology Now. Eds. P.J.M. Nas & Z. Jijiao. Beijing: Intellectual Property Publishing House, 2009. (With Rik Pinxten.)

“Introduction: Creating Structure and Capacity for Peace.” In Building Peace: Practical Reflections from the Field. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, 2009. (Edited with Craig Zelizer.)

“Anthropology: Culture and Conflict.” In Peace, Justice, and Security Studies: A Curriculum Guide, 7th Ed. Eds. T.A. McElwee, B.W. Hall, J. Liechty, & J. Garber. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 2009.

“Culture and World Affairs.” In Peace, Justice, and Security Studies: A Curriculum Guide, 7th Ed. Eds. T.A. McElwee, B.W. Hall, J. Liechty, & J. Garber. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 2009.

“Culture and Conflict: An Anthropological Perspective.” In Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict, 2nd Ed. Ed. L. Kurtz. Oxford, UK: Elsevier, 2008. (With Christos Kyrou.)

“Politics and Peacekeepers: Experience and Political Representation Among United States Military Officers.” In Anthropology and the United States Military: Coming of Age in the Twenty-First Century. Eds. Pamela R. Frese & Margaret C. Harrell. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

“Cultural Anthropology Studies of Conflict.” In Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict. Ed. L. Kurtz. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 1999.

“Translating Intuitive Knowledge: A Research Agenda for Dispute Resolution.” In An Experiment in “Practice to Theory” in Conflict Resolution. Eds. S. Cheldelin, C. Honeyman, & M.R. Volpe. Fairfax, VA: Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2002. Available at www.gmu.edu/departments/ICAR/hewlett/rubinstein.htm

“Collective Violence and Common Security.” In Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Ed. Tim Ingold. London: Routledge, 1994.

“Culture and Negotiation.” In The Struggle for Peace: Israelis and Palestinians. Eds. E. Fernea & M.E. Hocking. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1992.

“Revitalizing International Security Analysis: Contributions from Culture and Symbolism.” In The Social Dynamics of Peace and Conflict. Eds. R.A. Rubinstein & M.L. Foster. Boulder,CO: Westview Press, 1988.

“Understanding Ideological Bias in Policy Decisions.” In Peace and War: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. Eds. M.L. Foster & R.A. Rubinstein, eds. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 1986.

Articles & Conference Proceedings

“Material Support: US Anti-Terrorism Law Threatens Anthropologists’ Human Rights and Academic Freedom.” Anthropology Today 28:1 (2012). (With Michael Price and David Price.)

“Forming and Norming Social Media Adoption in the Corporate Sector.” ACM Proceedings of the 2012 iConference, New York (2012). (With G. Mugar and M.H. Jarrahri.)

“From Intervention to Outcome: The relationship between knowledge and behavior in a Trachoma Control Project.” The Journal of Healthcare, Science, and the Humanities, 2:2 (2012). (With Sandra D. Lane.)

“Action Anthropology and Pedagogy: University-Community Collaborations in Setting Policy.” Human Organization, 70:3 (2011). (With Sandra Lane, Lutchmie Narine, Inga Back, Caitlin Cornell, Alexander Hodgens, Monique Brantley, Rachel Kramas, Kathleen Keough, Brandon O’Connor, William Suk, Eric Morrissetts, and Mary Benson.)

“Peacekeeping and the Return of Imperial Policing.” International Peacekeeping 17:4 (2010).

“Back to the Future? Peacekeeping and Imperial Policing.” SAREM Journal of Strategic Studies, 8:15 (2010).

“Training Students for Anthropologically-Oriented Policy Research.” Society for Applied Anthropology News, 21:2 (2010). (With Sandra D. Lane.)

“Culture and Interoperability in Integrated Missions.” International Peacekeeping, 15:4 (August 2008). (With Diana M. Keller and Michael E. Scherger.)

“European Identity: Diversity in Union.” International Journal of Public Administration, 30 (2007).

“Intervention and Culture: An Anthropological Approach to Peace Operations.” Security Dialogue, 36:4 (2005).

“Cross-Cultural Considerations in Complex Peace Operations.” Negotiation Journal, 19:1 (2003).

“Population, Identity, and Political Violence.” Social Justice: Anthropology Peace and Human Rights, 3 (2002).

“Anthropology Peace and Human Rights: Social Justice and World Anthropology.” Social Justice: Anthropology, Peace, and Human Rights, 1:1-4 (2000).

“Cultural Considerations when ‘Setting’ the Negotiation Table.” Negotiation Journal, 15 (1999).

“Methodological Challenges in the Ethnographic Study of Multilateral Peacekeeping.” Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 21:1 (1998).

“Peacekeeping Under Fire: Understanding the Social Construction of the Legitimacy of Multilateral Intervention.” Human Peace, 11:4 (1998).

“Culture, International Affairs, and Multilateral Peacekeeping: Confusing Process and Pattern.” Cultural Dynamics, 2:1 (1989).

“Cultural Analysis and International Security.” Alternatives, 13:4 (1988).

Sales, Nathan

Chapters & Reference Book Entries

“Terrorist Detention Policy.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Political and Legal History. Eds. D.T. Critchlow & P.R. VanderMeer. New York: Oxford UP, 2012.

“Homeland Security, Information Policy, and the Transatlantic Alliance.” In Legal Issues in the Struggle Against Terror. Eds. J.N. Moore & R.F. Turner. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2010. (With Stewart A. Baker).

Articles

Can Technology Prevent Leaks?Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 8:1 (spring/summer 2015).

Domesticating Programmatic Surveillance: Some Thoughts on the NSA Controversy.” I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, 10:2 (Summer 2014).

Regulating Cybersecurity.” Northwestern University Law Review, 107:4 (2013).

Self Restraint and National Security.” Journal of National Security Law & Policy, 6:1 (2012).

Mending Walls: Information Sharing After the USA PATRIOT Act.” Texas Law Review, 88 (2010).

Share and Share Alike: Intelligence Agencies and Information Sharing.” George Washington Law Review, 78 (2010).

The Rest Is Silence: Chevron, Jurisdictional Questions, and Statutory Silences.” University of Illinois Law Review (2009). (With Jonathan H. Adler.)

Run for the Border: Laptop Searches and the Fourth Amendment.” University of Richmond Law Review, 43 (2009).

Secrecy and National Security Investigations.” Alabama Law Review, 58 (2007).

“Classical Republicanism and the Fifth Amendment’s ‘Public Use’ Requirement.” Duke Law Journal, 49 (1999).

Smullen, William

Books

Ways and Means for Managing Up: 50 Strategies for Helping You and Your Boss Succeed. NY: McGraw Hill, 2014.

Articles

“The Reward or the Reality of Virtue.” Maxwell School Executive Education Programs (2011). Available at http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/exed/sites/nss/A_Tough_Slog__Succeeding_in_Afghanistan

“Soft Power Attractiveness.” BRpr Magazine (April 2011). Available at http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/uploadedFiles/exed/sites/nss/Soft%20Power%20Attractiveness.pdf

Snyder, William

Blog Entries

Is the White House Lying About Tsarnaev?INSCT on Security (April 23, 2013).

Review of ‘Shadow Wars.‘” INSCT on Security (Nov. 2, 2012).

Better Laws Needed to Counter Cyber Attacks.INSCT on Security (July 6, 2011).

AG Holder Calls for Rule of Law in Cyberspace.INSCT on Security (June 11, 2011).

Steinberg, Laura

Articles

“Occurrence of Hazardous Material Releases Due to Natural Phenomena in the US.” Disasters: The Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy, and Management (forthcoming). (With H. Sengul, N. Santella, & A.M. Cruz.)

Santella, Nicholas and Laura J. Steinberg, “At the Intersection of Natural, and Technological Hazards: Case Studies of Natech Risk and Relevance to Terrorist Threats at Industrial Facilities,” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Volume 8, Issue 1, Article 53, 2011.

Santella, Nicholas, Laura J. Steinberg, and Corrinne Zoli, “Baton Rouge Post Katrina: The Role of Critical Infrastructure Modeling in Promoting Resilience,” Homeland Security Affairs 7, Article 7, 2011.

Santella N., Laura J. Steinberg, G.A.Aguirre, “Empirical Estimation of the Conditional Probability of Natech Events Within the United States, Risk Analysis, Volume 31, issue 6, pp. 951-968, June 2011.

Santella, Nicholas, Laura J. Steinberg, Hatice Sengul and Christina Chermak, ”Accidental Hazardous Material Releases with Human Impacts in the United States: Exploration of Geographical Distribution and Temporal Trends,” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 52(9):920-925, September 2010.

Santella, Nicholas, Laura J. Steinberg, and Hatice Sengul,”Petroleum and Hazardous Materials Releases from Industrial Facilities Associated with Hurricane Katrina,” Risk Analysis, 30(4), 635-649, 2010.

Jane Carter and Laura J. Steinberg, “Kouroi, Korai, and Statistics” American Journal of Archaeology, January 2010.

Taylor, Brian

Books

The Code of Putinism. New York: Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming 2018)

State Building in Putin’s Russia: Policing and Coercion after Communism. Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Politics and the Russian Army: Civil-Military Relations. Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Articles & Book Chapters

“The Russian Siloviki and Political Change.” Daedalus, 146:2 (2017)

“The Transformation of the Russian State.” In The Oxford Handbook of Transformations of the State. Eds. S. Leibfried, et al. Oxford UP, 2015.

“From Police State to Police State? Legacies and Law Enforcement in Russia.” In Historical Legacies of Communism in Russia and Eastern Europe. Eds. M. Beissinger & S. Kotkin. Cambridge UP, 2014

“Police Reform in Russia: The Policy Process in a Hybrid Regime.” Post-Soviet Affairs, 30:2 (2014)

True-Frost, Cora

Books

The First Global Prosecutor: Promise & Constraints. Editor. Ann Arbor, MI: U of Michigan P, 2015. (With M. Minow & A. Whiting.)

Book Chapter

“The International Civil Servant: How the First Prosecutor Engaged the U.N. Security Council.” In The First Global Prosecutor: Promise and Constraints. Eds. M. Minow, C. True-Frost, & A. Whiting. (Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 2015)

Articles

“The Development of Individual Standing in International Security.” Cardozo Law Review, 32 (2011).

“The Security Council and Norm Adoption,” NYU Journal of International Law & Policy, 40 (2007).

“The Security Council Marks Seventh Anniversary of Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security.” ASIL Insight, 11 (2007).

Book Review

“Review of After Anarchy by Ian Hurd.” Political Science Quarterly, 123 (summer 2008).

Van Slyke, David

Books

Complex Contracting: Government Purchasing in the Wake of the US Coast Guard’s Deepwater Program. NY: Cambridge University Press, 2013. (With Trevor Brown and Matthew Potoski.)

The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2010. (With Rosemary O’Leary and Soonhee Kim.)

Book Chapters

“Contracting in Pursuit of Public Purposes.” In Handbook of Public Administration, Third Edition. Ed. J. Perry and R. Christensen. (Wiley & Sons, 2014). (With Z. Huitnik & T.L. Brown.)

“Managing Public Service Contracts: Aligning Values, Institutions, & Markets.” In Debating Public Administration: An Academic-Practitioner Exchange Ed. R. Durant. New York: Routledge, 2012. (With T. Brown & M. Potoski.)

“Accountability Challenges in Public Sector Contracting for Complex Products.” In Public Accountability and its Promises. Eds. George Frederickson and Melvin Dubnick. Armonck, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2011. (With Trevor L. Brown and Matthew Potoski.)

“Introduction: The Legacy of Minnowbrook.” In The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective. Eds. D. Van Slyke, R. O’Leary, & S. Kim. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2010. (With Soonhee Kim, Rosemary O’Leary, George Frederickson, and W. Harry Lambright.)

“Making Public Administration Scholarship Matter.” In The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective. Eds. D. Van Slyke, R. O’Leary, & S. Kim. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2010.

“Conclusion: Challenges and Opportunities, Cross-Cutting Themes and Thoughts on the Future of Public Administration.” In The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective. Eds. D. Van Slyke, R. O’Leary, & S. Kim. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2010. (With Rosemary O’Leary and Soonhee Kim.)

“Collaboration and Relational Contracting.” In The Collaborative Public Manager: New Ideas for the Twenty-first Century. Eds. R. O’Leary & L.B. Bingham. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2008.

Articles

“Getting Strategic About Strategic Planning Research.” Public Management Review, 2017. (With J.M. Bryson & L.H. Edwards.)

“The Impact of Transaction Costs on the Use of Mixed Service Delivery by Local Governments.” Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation, 1:4. (With T. Brown & M. Potoski.)

“An Empirical Examination of Public Involvement in Public-Private Partnerships: Qualifying the Benefits of Public Involvement in PPPs.” Journal of Public Administration, Research, and Theory (forthcoming 2016). (With E. Boyer and J. Rogers.)

“Managing Complex Contracts: A Theoretical Approach.” Journal of Public Administration, Research, and Theory (2015). (With T.L. Brown and M. Potowski.)

“A Framework on the Emergence and Effectiveness of Global Health Networks.” Health Policy and Planning (August 2015). (With Mergel, I; Shiffman, J.; Quissell, K.; Schmitz, H. P.; Pelletier, D. L.; Smith, S. L.; Berlan, D.; Gneiting, U.; Rodriguez, M.; & Walt, G.)

“Nonprofit Sector Growth and Density: Testing Theories of Government Support.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 23:1 (2013). (With J.D. Lecy.)

“The Influence of Administrative Cost Ratios on State Government Grant Allocations to Nonprofits.” Public Administration Review, 72 (2012).  (With S.R. Ashley).

“The Energy of Minnowbrook III: Editors’ Introduction.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Special Issue Symposium, 21 (supplement 1, 2011). (With Beth Gazley.)

“The Future of Public Administration: Critiques from the Minnowbrook III Conference.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Special Issue Symposium, 21 (supplement 1, 2011). (With Beth Gazley.)

“Contracting for Complex Products.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 20 (supplement 1, 2010). (With Trevor L. Brown and Matthew Potoski.)

“A Poorly Designed Solution for a Misdiagnosed Problem.” Administration and Society, 41:1 (2009). (With Alasdair Roberts.)

“The Future of Public Administration: New Opportunities, Directions, and Strategies for Results.” Public Administration Review, Special Issue Symposium, 70 (supplement 1, 2010). (With Rosemary O’Leary.)

“Moving Forward: Public Administration in 2020 and the Ideas and Tools for Achieving some Goals of Governance.” Public Administration Review, Special Issue Symposium, 70 (supplement 1, 2010). (With Rosemary O’Leary.)

“Governing on the Edges: Globalization of Production and the Challenge to Public Administration in the 21st Century.” Public Administration Review, Special Issue Symposium, 70 (supplement 1, 2010). (With George Abonyi.)

“Changing Modes of Service Delivery: How Past Choices Structure Future Choices.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 26:1 (2008). (With Trevor Brown and Matthew Potoski.)

“Trust and Contract Completeness in the Public Sector.” Local Government Studies, 33:4 (2007 ). (With Trevor L. Brown and Matthew Potoski.)

“Agents or Stewards: Using Theory to Understand the Government-Nonprofit Social Services Contracting Relationship.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 17:2 (2007).

“Good Intentions, Bad Idea: Unlike the Military Institutes, the Public Service Academy Concept is Flawed From the Start.” Government Executive, 39:14 (2007).

“Public Service Leadership: Opportunities for Clarity and Coherence.” American Review of Public Administration, 36:4 (2006). (With Robert Alexander.)

“The Path Ahead for Public Service Leadership.” American Review of Public Administration, 36:4 (2006). (With Patricia W. Ingraham.)

Reports

“Contracted Versus Internal Assembly for Complex Products: From Deepwater to the Acquisition Directorate in the US Coast Guard.” IBM Center for the Business of Government (May 2010). (With Trevor L. Brown and Matthew Potoski.)

“Who’s Managing the Crisis and With What Tools? Rebuilding Post-Katrina.” The Campbell Institute, The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University (2006).