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Books
2011. Empire of Humanity: A History of Humanitarianism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
2011. Humanitarianism Contested: Where Angels Fear to Tread. With Thomas Weiss. NY: Routledge Press.
2010. The International Humanitarian Order. NY: Routledge.
2008. Humanitarianism in Question: Politics, Power, and Ethics. Co-edited with Thomas Weiss. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
2005. Power and Global Governance Co-edited With Raymond Duvall. NY: Cambridge University Press.
2004. Rules for the World: International Organizations in Global Politics. With Martha Finnemore. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
2002. Eyewitness to Genocide: the United Nations and Rwanda. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
2002. National Identity and Foreign Policy in the Middle East. Co-edited with Shibley Telhami. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
1998. Dialogues in Arab Politics: Negotiations in Regional Order. NY: Columbia University Press.
1998. Security Communities. Co-edited with Emanuel Adler. NY: Cambridge University Press.
1996. Israel in Comparative Politics: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom. Edited. NY: State University of New York Press.
1992. Confronting the Costs of War: Military Power, State, and Society in Egypt and Israel. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.


Refereed Journal Articles
2009. "Evolution without Progress? Humanitarianism in a World of Hurt," International Organization 63: 621-63.
2007. "Peacebuilding: What’s in a Name?" (with David Kim, Laura Sitea, and Madeline O'Donnell), Global Governance 13, 1: 35-58.
2006. "Building a Republican Peace: Stabilizing States After War," International Security 30, 4: 87-112.
2005. "Humanitarianism Transformed," Perspectives on Politics 3, 4: 723-40.
2005. "Designing Police: Interpol and the Study of International Organization Change" (with Liv Coleman), International Studies Quarterly 49, 4: 593-620.
2005. "Power in International Politics" (with Raymond Douvall), International Organzation 59, 1: 39-75.
2001. "Humanitarianism with a Sovereign Face: UNHCR in the Global Undertow," International Migration Review 35, 1: 244-76.
1999. "The Politics, Power, and Pathologies of International Organizations" (with Martha Finnemore), International Organization 53, 4: 699-732.
1999. "Looking for a Few Good Cops: Civilian Police and Peacemaking" (with Chuck Call), International Peacekeeping 6, 4: 43-68.
1999. "Culture, Strategy, and Foreign Policy Change: Israel’s Road to Oslo," European Journal of International Relations 5, 1: 5-36.
1997. "The UN Security Council, Indifference, and Genocide in Rwanda," Cultural Anthropology 12, 1: 551-78.
1997. "Bringing in the New World Order: Legitimacy, Liberalism, and the United Nations," World Politics 49, 9: 526-51.
1996. "Regional Security After the Gulf War," Political Science Quarterly 111, 4: 597-618.
1995. "Partners in Peace? The United Nations, Regional Organizations, and Peacekeeping," Review of International Studies 21, 4: 411-33.
1995. "Sovereignty, Nationalism, and Regional Order in Arab Politics," International Organization 49, 3: 479-510.
1995. "The United Nations and Global Security: The Norm is Mightier Than the Sword," Ethics and International Affairs 9: 37-54.
1993. "Institutions, Roles, and Disorder: The Case of the Arab States System," International Studies Quarterly 37: 271-96.
1993. "Dependent State Formation and Third World Militarization" (with Alexander Wendt), Review of International Studies 19: 321-47.
1992. "Alliance Formation, Domestic Political Economy, and Third World Security" (with Jack Levy), Jerusalem Journal of International Relations 14, 4: 19-40.
1991. "Domestic Sources of Alliances and Alignments: The Case of Egypt," International Organization 45, 3: 369-96.
1990. "High Politics is Low Politics: The Systemic and Domestic Sources of Israeli Security Policy, 1967-1977," World Politics 42, 4: 529-62.


Non-Refereed Articles and Book Chapters
2011. "Refugees" (with Barbara Harrell-Bond) in Joel Krieger (ed.), The Oxford Companion to International Relations. NY: Oxford University Press.
2010. "A Great Awakening? International Relations Theory and Religion" in Jack Snyder (ed.), Religion and International Relations Theory. NY: Columbia University Press.
2010. "Constructivism, Refugees, and Paternalism" in Alex Bellamy and Gil Loescher (eds.), International Relations Theory and Refugees. NY: Oxford University Press.
2010. "Where is the Religion? Faith, Humanitarianism, and International Order" in A. Stepan, T. Shah, and M. Toft (eds.), Religion and World Affairs. NY: Oxford University Press.
2008. "From International Politics to Global Politics" (with Kathryn Sikkink) in Chris Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal (eds.), The Handbook of International Relations. NY: Oxford University Press.
2008. "The Peacebuilder’s Contract: How External State-Building Reinforces Weak Statehood" (with Christopher Zuercher) in Roland Paris and Timoth Sisk (eds.), State-Building After Civil War: The Long Road to Peace. NY: Routledge.
2008. "Humanitarianism: A Brief History of the Present" (with Thomas Weiss) in Michael Barnett and Thomas Weiss (eds.), Humanitarianism in Question: Politics, Power, and Ethics. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
2008. "The Grand Strategies of Humanitarian Organizations" (with Jack Snyder) in Michael Barnett and Thomas Weiss (eds.), Humanitarianism in Question: Politics, Power, and Ethics. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
2008. "Humanitarianism as a Vocation" in Michael Barnett and Thomas Weiss (eds.), Humanitarianism in Question: Politics, Power, and Ethics. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
2008. "Duties Beyond Borders" in Tim Dunne, Amelia Hadfield and Steve Smith (eds.), Foreign Policy Analysis in International Relations. NY: Oxford University Press.
2007. "Is Multilateralism Bad for Humanitarianism?" in D. Bourantonis, K. Ifantis, P. Tsakonas (eds.), Multilateralism and Security Institutions in an Era of Globalization. NY: Routledge.
2007. "To Be Seen and Not Heard: The Arab League and Arab Regional Institutions" (with Etel Solingen) in Amitav Acharya and Alistair Johnstone (eds.), Regional Institutions in Comparative Perspective. NY: Cambridge University Press.
2007. "Theories of the United Nations" (with Martha Finnemore) in Thomas Weiss and Samuel Dawes (eds.), Handbook of the United Nations. NY: Oxford University Press.
2006. "Why Policymakers Need to Think Like Academics," Harvard International Review, Summer: 48-53.
2005. "The Power of Liberal International Organizations" (with Martha Finnemore) in Michael Barnett and Raymond Duvall (eds.), Power in Global Governance. NY: Cambridge University Press.
2005. "Ogata’s Decade," Far Eastern Economic Review 1, 7.
2005. "Social Constructivism" in John Baylis and Steve Smith (eds.), The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations, 3rd ed.. NY: Oxford University Press.
2005. "Impact Without Imprint? The Commission on Deadly Conflicts, Intervention and State Sovereignty, and Human Security" in Unto Vesa (ed.), Global Commissions Assessed. Foreign Ministry Publications, Helsinki Process Publications Series 4/2005.
2003. "What is the Future of Humanitarianism?" Global Governance 9, 3: 170-91.
2003. "Bureaucratizing the Duty to Aid: The UN, the Rules of Peacekeeping, and the Moral Ground of the Bystander to Genocide" in Tony Lang (ed.), Humanitarian Intervention: The Moral Dimension. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
2002. "The Arab States System After September 11," Middle East Policy 9, 4: 80-83.
2002. "Nation Building's New Face," Foreign Policy, 56, 2: 98.
2002. "Radical Chic? Subaltern Realism and the Disciplining of Third World Security Studies," International Studies Review, 4, 3: 49-62.
2002. "The Foreign Policy President?" International Studies Perspectives, 3.
2002. "Alliances, Balances of Threats, and Neo-Realism: The Accidental Coup," in Colin Elman and John Vasquez (eds.), Realism and the Balancing of Power: A New Debate? NY: St. Martin's Press.
2002. "Historical Sociology and Constructivism: Estranged Past, Federated Future?" in J. Hobson and S. Hobden (eds.), International Relations and Historical Sociology. NY: Cambridge University Press.
2002. "Authority, Intervention, and the Outer Limits of International Relations Theory," in Tom Callaghy, Robert Latham, and Robert Kassimer (eds.), Authorities and Interventions in World Politics. NY: Cambridge University Press.
2001. "UNHCR and the Ethics of Repatriation," Force Migration Review 10: 31-34.
2000. "Taking Seriously Identity and Our Critics," Cooperation and Conflict 35, 3: 321-29.
1999. "UN Vanquished," Global Governance, 5: 513-520.
1999. "Five Scenarios of the Israeli-Palestinian Relationship in 2002: Works in Progress" (with Janice Stein et al.), Security Studies, 7, 4: 195-212.
1999. "The Politics of Indifference at the United Nations: The Security Council, Peacekeeping, and Genocide in Rwanda," in J. Weldes et al. (eds.), Cultures of Insecurity. Minneapolis: University Of Minnesota Press.
1998. "Caravans in Opposite Direction: Society, State, and the Development of a Regional Community in the Gulf Cooperation Council" (with F. Gregory Gause III), in Emanuel Adler and Michael Barnett (eds.), Security Communities. NY: Cambridge University Press.
1998. "Spheres of Influence?" in Joe Lepgold and Thomas Weiss (eds.), Collective Conflict Management and Changing World Politics. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
1996. "Governing Anarchy: A Research Agenda for the Study of Security Communities" (with Emanuel Adler), Ethics and International Affairs, 10: 1-36.
1996. "Identity and Alliances in the Middle East," in Peter Katzenstein (ed.), Culture of National Security: Norms and Identity in World Politics. NY: Columbia University Press.
1996. "The Politics of Indifference at the United Nations and Genocide in Rwanda and Bosnia," in Thomas Cushman and Stjepan Mestrovic (eds.), This Time We Knew: Western Responses to Genocide in Bosnia. NY: New York University Press.
1996. "The Politics of Uniqueness: The Status of the Israeli Case, and International Political Economy and the Study of Israel: Israel as an East Asian State?" in Michael Barnett (ed.), Israel in Comparative Politics. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
1995. "A Tale of Two Documents: U.S. Foreign Policy Toward the United Nations," Le Trimestre Du Monde (French), Summer
1995. "Nationalism, Sovereignty, and Regional Order in Arab Politics," in Thomas Biersteker and Cindy Weber (eds.), Sovereignty as a Social Construct. NY: Cambridge University Press. Reprinted from International Organization.
1995. "The Scope of War," in D. Davis and F. Murphy (eds.), Political Power and Social Theory, Vol. 8. Greenwood, CT: JAI Press.
1995. "The New U.N. Politics of Peace: From Juridical Sovereignty to Empirical Sovereignty," Global Governance, 1, 1: 79-97.
1994. "Pluralistic Security Community: Past, Present, and Future" (with Emanuel Adler), Working Papers in Regional Security, No. 1, University of Wisconsin, Global Studies Research Program, June.
1994. "U.S. Foreign Policy Toward the United Nations," Proceedings of the 88th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law. Washington, DC: American Society of International Law.
1992. "Confronting the Costs of War in Israel," Economic Quarterly (Hebrew), 151, April.
1992. "The Systemic Sources of Dependent Militarization" (with Alexander Wendt), in Brian Job (ed.), The Insecurity Dilemma: National Security in the Third World. Boulder: Lynne Reinner.
1991. "From Cold Wars to Resource Wars: The Coming Decline in U.S.-Israeli Relations?" Jerusalem Journal of International Relations, 13, 3: 99-117.
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