Why Washington Doesn’t Debate Grand Strategy

Strategic Studies Quarterly. Winter 2016.

War’s Declining Significance as a Policy Tool in the Contemporary Age

Peace., Love & Liberty. 2014.

Correspondence: Debating American Engagement: The Future of U.S. Grand Strategy

International Security. Vol. 38. No. 2. Fall 2013.

The Contradictions of U.S. China Policy: Implications for the U.S. Air Force

The Asia-Pacific Century: Challenges and Opportunities. 2013.

Why the U.S. Military Budget Is Foolish and Sustainable

Orbis. Spring 2012.

Review of Hard Line: The Republican Party and US Foreign Policy since World War II

Journal of Strategic Studies. Vol. 35. No. 2. April 2012.

Should the NATO Alliance Continue?

CQ Researcher. March 23, 2012.

Fixing Failed States: A Dissenting View

The Handbook on the Political Economy of War. 2011.

The Case against State’s Nationbuilding Office

Foreign Service Journal. November 2010.

The Structure of Domestic Politics: Assessing the Obstacles to a Grand Strategy of Restraint

APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper. September 2, 2010.

Washington’s New Bogeyman: Debunking the Fear of Failed States

Strategic Studies Quarterly. Summer 2010.

Hitting the ‘Stop’ Button on NATO Expansion

International Affairs Forum. Spring 2009.

Relations with China, India, and Russia

Cato Handbook for Policymakers., 7th Edition. 2009.

U.S. Policy toward Iran

Cato Handbook for Policymakers., 7th Edition. 2009.

Fixing Failed States: A Cure Worse than the Disease?

Harvard International Review. Winter 2008.

Grasping the Nettle: If Diplomacy Fails in Iran

Foreign Service Journal. June 2007.

Are Great-Power Politics Extinct?

Orbis. Spring 2006.