Accepted: Leadership importance, institutional constraints and conflict: A document-based approach, with Michael Goldfien, Security Studies.
Accepted: "Do different coercive strategies help or hurt deterrence success?" International Studies Quarterly
2022, "Domestic Sources of International Reputation," with Michael Goldfien and Roseanne McManus. American Political Science Review
2022, "Shooting the Messenger: The Challenge of National Security Whistleblowing," with Michael Poznansky and William Spaniel. The Journal of Politics, accepted. Click here to download. (War on the Rocks)
2021, "A Little Bit of Cheap Talk is a Dangerous Thing: States Can Communicate Intentions Persuasively and Raise the Risk of War.," The Journal of Politics, (83) 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1086/709145
Award: Best paper, Formal Theory Section, American Political Science Association
2018 "Media Technology, Covert Action, and the Politics of Exposure,'' with Michael Poznansky. Journal of Peace Research. Vol 55, issue 3. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0022343317731508
2018 "Are Coups Really Contagious? An Extreme Bounds Analysis of Political Diffusion," with Michael K. Miller and Dorothy Ohl. Journal of Conflict Resolution. vol. 62, issue 2. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0022002716649232
Book Project: Great Power Politics: A rationalist theory of historical and cultural context.
Under review at Cornell University Press (CSAS).
When Do Leader Attributes Matter? Evidence from the President's Daily Brief, with Michael Goldfien and Daniel Krcmaric