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“All Together Now: From Cosmopolitan Space to Terrapolitan Place,” in Institutional Cosmopolitanism, Thomas Poggi and Luis Cabera, eds. (Oxford University Press, 2015)
“First In Freedom: War-Making, American Liberal Identity, and the Liberty Gradient,” in Gunter Hellman et al, eds, Theorizing Foreign Policy (Palgrave, 2015), pp.223-250. (with Sunil Vaswani).
“Mixed Ontology, Planetary Geopolitics, and Republican Greenpeace,” Theory Talks, November 2013. (35 pgs).
“Hegemony and Nuclear Weapons,” in G. John Ikenberry, ed., Hegemony and International Order (Cambridge University Press) pp.195-232.
“Democratic Internationalism: An American Grand Strategy for the Post-Exceptional Era” (Council of Foreign Relations, December 2012) (with G. John Ikenberry)
“Pushing and Pulling: The Western System, Nuclear Weapons, and the End of the Cold War,” (with G. John Ikenberry) International Politics, July/September 2011, pp.496-554.
“Anarchy and Violence Independence,” in Ken Booth, ed., Realism and World Politics (Routledge, 2011), pp.17-34.
“How Britain and France Could Reform the UN Security Council,” Survival, October-November vol.53, no.5, 2011, pp.107-128 (with Hanns Maull).
“Global Shift: How the West Should Respond to the Rise of China,” (co-author with James Goldgeier, and Hans Maull, et al) Report from the TransAtlantic Academy of the German Marshall Fund, Washington D.C. (June 2011) 87 pgs.
“Omniviolence, Arms Control, and Limited Government,” in Jeffrey Tulis and Stephen Macedo, eds., The Limits of Constitutionalism (Princeton University Press, 2010), pp.297-316.
"Regrounding Realism: Anarchy, Security, and Changing Material Contests, " SECURITY STUDIES, vol. 10, no. 1 autumn 2000"The Philadelphia System; Sovereignty, Arms Control, and Balance of Power in the American States-Union, 1787-1861," International Organization. (Spring 1995) "Bring Nature Back In: Geopolitical Theory from the Greeks to the Global Era," in Contested Ground: Security and Conflict in the New Environmental Politics (1999) (Daniel Deudney and Richard Matthews, eds.)