Articles in Referred Journals

"Liberal World: The Resilent Order," with Daniel Deudney, Foreign Affairs. (July/August 2018): 16-24.

"Why the Liberal World Order Will Survive," Ethics & International Affairs. (Spring 2018): 17-29.

"The End of Liberal International Order?"International Affairs, 94:1 (January 2018): 7-23.

"Realism, Liberalism and the Iraq War," with Daniel Deudney. Survival, 59.4 (August/September 2017): 7-26.

"The Plot Against American Foreign Policy: Can the Liberal Order Survive?" Foreign Affairs (May/June 2017).

Between the Eagle and the Dragon: America, China, and Middle State Strategies in East Asia,” Political Science Quarterly (2015).

The Future of Liberal World Order,” Japanese Journal of Political Science 16.3 (2015): 450-455.

The Future of Multilateralism: Governing the World in a Post-Hegemonic Era,” Japanese Journal of Political Science 16.3 (2015): 399-413.

Racing toward Tragedy? China's Rise, Military Competition in the Asia Pacific, and the Security Dilemma,” with Adam Liff. International Security 39.2 (2014): 52-91.

“Don't Come Home America: The Case against Retrenchment,” with Stephen Brooks and William Wohlforth. International Security 37.3 (Winter 2012-13): 7-51.

Introduction: The End of the Cold War after 20 Years: Reconsiderations, Retrospectives and Revisions,” International Politics 48 (July/September 2011): 435-440. Co-authored with Daniel Deudney.

Special Issue: "IR and the End of the Cold War--Twenty Years After," co-edited by Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry.

"The Unravelling of the Cold War Settlement," With Daniel Deudney. Survival, 51.6 (December 2009/January 2010): 39-62.

“Liberalism in a Realist World: International Relations as an American Scholarly Tradition,” International Studies, 46.1 (January & April 2009): 203-219; special issue on “International Studies in India.

“Liberal Internationalism 3.0: America and the Dilemma of Liberal World Order,” Perspectives on Politics, 7.1 (March 2009): 71-87.

“Introduction: Unipolarity and International Relations Theory,” with Michale Mastanduno and William Wohlforth. World Politics, 61.1 (January 2009): 1-27.

“The Review's Evolving Relevance for U.S. Foreign Policy, 1906-2006,” Co-authored with Andrew Bennett.
American Political Science Review, 100.4 (November 2006): 651-658.

“Power and Liberal Order: America’s Postwar World Order in Transition,” International Relations of the Asia Pacific, 5 (October 2005): 133-152.

"American Hegemony and East Asian order," Australian Journal of International Affairs, 58.3 (September 2004): 353-367.

“Is American Multilateralism in Decline?”. Perspectives on Politics 1.3 (2003): 533-550.

Articles in Edited Books and Non-referred Journals

“Culture and Foreign Policy: The American Liberal Tradition and Global Order Building,” in Jing Huang, ed., The Impact of National Cultures on Foreign Policy Making in a Multipolar World (forthcoming).

“The Stakeholder State: Ideology and Values in Japan’s Search for a Post-Cold War Global Role,” Chapter 15 in Yoichi Funabashi, ed., Examining Japan’s Lost Decades, (New York: Routledge, 2015).

“The Rise, Character, and Evolution of International Order,” in Ordeo Fioretos, Tulia G. Falleti, and Adam Sheingate, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

“A New Order of Things? China, the United States, and the Struggle over World Order,” in Asle Toje and Geir Lundestad, eds., Does the Rise and Fall of Great Powers Lead to Conflict and War? (forthcoming).

“The Last Empire? American Power, Liberalism, World Order,” in Ralph Schroeder, ed., Essays in Honor of Michael Mann (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

“America and the Transformation of East Asia,” in Michael Mochizuki and Deepa Ollapally, eds., Power and Identity in Asia, (forthcoming).

Obama’s Pragmatic Internationalism,” The American Interest, 9.5 (2014).

“The Illusion of Geopolitics: The Enduring Power of the Liberal Order,” Foreign Affairs (May/June 2014), pp. 80-90.

“Can the World be Governed?” Current History (January 2014). One Hundred Year Anniversary Issue.

“Lean Forward: In Defense of American Engagement,” Foreign Affairs (January/February 2013).

“The Rise of China, the United States, and the Future of Liberal International Order,” in David Shambaugh, ed., Tangled Titans: The United States and China (New York: Roman and Littlefield, 2012).

“Democratic Internationalism: An American Grand Strategy for a Post-Exceptionist Era,” Council on Foreign Relations, Working Paper, International Institutions and Global Governance Program, November 2012.

“East Asia and Liberal International Order: Hegemony, Balance, and Consent in the Shaping of East Asian Regional Order,” in Takashi Inoguchi and G. John Ikenberry, eds., Troubled Triangle: Japan, the United States, and China: The Duality between Security and Economy (New York: Palgrave, 2013).

“The Search for a Transatlantic Security Vision: U.S.-European Alliance Partnership in the 21st Century,” Mark D. Ducasse, ed., The Transatlantic Bargain (National Defense University, 2012).

A Weaker World”. Prospect November (2005): 30-33.


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