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(2020). Is There an International Disaster Risk Reduction Regime? Does it Matter?. Progress in Disaster Science 7(1): 1-5.

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(2020). Effective Information Can Help Fight COVID-19 Anxiety. The Courier of Montgomery County.

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(2018). On the Health of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime. New Perspectives 26(1): 44-49.

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(2017). Why There Are No Mops to Clean Up Texas. Foundation for Economic Education.

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(2017). The Formation of Transnational Knowledge Networks on Social Media. International Public Management Journal 20(3): 381-408.

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(2016). Rules Versus Discretion: Comparing Disaster Declaration Institutions in the Philippines and Indonesia. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 16: 158–166.

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(2015). Global Disaster Politics. Syllabus 4(2): 1–18.

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(2015). Disaster Diplomacy. P. James (ed), Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations. New York: Oxford University Press.

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(2015). Regime Type, Peace, and Reciprocal Effects. Social Science Quarterly 96(2): 523–539.

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(2014). Explaining Dynamics and Stasis in the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime: The Challenges of a Multiplicity of Public Goods. J. Fields (ed.), State Behavior and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime. GA: University of Georgia Press.

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(2014). The Relative Efficacy of the Biological & Chemical Weapon Regimes. The Nonproliferation Review 21(1): 43–64.

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(2011). Why Do Civil Wars Occur? Another Look at the Theoretical Dichotomy of Opportunity versus Grievance. Review of International Studies 37(5): 2627–2650.

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(2009). The Health of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime: Returning to a Multidimensional Evaluation. The Nonproliferation Review 16(2): 173–196.

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(2009). Sequencing Negotiating Partners: Implications for the Two-Level Game?. Negotiation Journal 25(3): 357–383.

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(2008). Peace in its Wake? The 2004 Tsunami and Internal Conflict in Indonesia & Sri Lanka. Journal of Public & International Affairs 19(1): 7–27.

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(2006). Between Promise and Delivery: Relief and Reconstruction after the 2003 Iranian Earthquake. PEW Case #313, Georgetown University Institute for the Study of Diplomacy.

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