Relevant Member Publications


Articles/ Book Chapters

Baldacchino, Godfrey and Anders Wivel eds. Handbook on the Politics of Small Sates (Cheltenham:Edward Elgar, 2020).

Feng, Huiyun and Kai He, eds. China’s Challenges and International Order Transition (Ann Arbor:University of Michigan Press, 2020).

Kacowicz, Arie, et al. Unintended Consequences of  Peace (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022).

Kornprobst, Markus. Co-Managing international Crises (Cambridge: Cambridge university Press,2019).

Paul, T.V.  Restraining Great Powers: Soft Balancing from Empires to the Global Era
(New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2018).

——–. Accommodating Rising Powers: Past, Present and Future (Editor and Contributor)  
(Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016).

Singh, Bhubhindar, Reconstructing Japan’s Security: The Role of Military Crises. UK: Edinburgh University Press, 2020.

Trinkunas, Harold. Three Tweets to Midnight: The Global Information Ecosystem and the Risk of Nuclear War (with Herbert S. Lin and Ben Loehrke, eds.) Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press, 2020 .

Wivel, Anders and T.V. Paul eds. International Institutions and Power Politics: Bridging the  Divide (Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2019).

Bayer, Reşat. “Empirics of Stable Peace,”Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2017

Bayer, Reşat. “Peaceful Transitions and Democracy,” Journal of Peace Research, 47(5): 535-546, 2010.

De Estrada, Kate Sullivan. “‘China’s and India’s Search for International Status through the UN
System: Competition and Complementarity’, Contemporary Politics, DOI: 10.1080/13569775.2019.1621718, (with Rosemary Foot), 2019.

Kristensen, Peter Marcus, “Peaceful Change” in International Relations: A Conceptual    
Archaeology,” International Relations Theory, 2019.

Larson, Deborah W. “Can China Change the International System? The Role of Moral

Leadership,” The Chinese Journal of international Politics13(2) June 2020:163-186.

Parrat, “Change in International Society: How Not to Recreate the ‘First Debate’ of International Relations,” International Studies Review, Vol. 22, no 4, p. 758-778.

Patomaki, Heikki, “Emancipation from Violence through Global Law and Institutions: A Post-Deutschian Perspective”, in J.Kustermans, T.Sauer, D.Lootens & B.Segaert (eds.) Pacifism’s Appeal. Ethos, History, Politics, Palgrave MacMillan: London, 2019, pp.153-78.

Paul, T.V.  “Recasting Statecraft: International Relations and Strategies of Peaceful Change,”
International Studies Quarterly, 61(1), March 2017, 1-13.
———-.  “Assessing Change in World Politics,” International Studies Review, 20(2), June 2018: 177-185.