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This is a selection of my scholarship over the past five years. For my full list of publications, see here.
(2017) Sino-Muslim relations: the Han, the Hui, and the Uyghurs, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 37 (1): 55-79.
(2016) An intercultural theory of international relations: how self-worth underlies politics among nations, International Theory 8 (1): 63-96.
(2016) Causal mechanisms and process patterns in international relations: thinking with and without the box, St Antony's International Review 12 (1): 76-89.
(2014) Useful lies: the twisted rationality of denial, Philosophical Psychology 27 (2): 212-234.
(2014) Who's afraid of Thomas Malthus?, in Michael J. Manfredo, Jerry J. Vaske, Andreas Rechkemmer and Esther A. Duke (eds) Understanding Society and Natural Resources: Forging New Strands of Integration Across the Social Sciences, New York: Springer, pp. 67-92.
(2013) What the climate can change, World Financial Review, Sept/Oct [excerpt from Ch. 3 of The Future Is Not What It Used To Be: Climate Change and Energy Scarcity, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press].
(2013) The carbon curse: Are fuel rich countries doomed to high carbon intensities? Energy Policy 62: 1356-1365.
(2013) Global Islamism and world society, Telos 163: 7-38.
(2012) East Asian regional security: what the ASEAN Family can (not) do, Asian Survey 52 (4): 754-776.
(2012) Peak oil futures: same crisis, different responses, in Oliver Inderwildi and Sir David King (eds) Energy, Transport, & the Environiment, London: Springer, pp. 55-75.
(2010) Global energy crunch: how different parts of the world would react to a peak oil scenario, Energy Policy 38 (8): 4562-4569.
(2010) The privatization of force and its consequences: unintended but not unpredictable, in Christopher Daase and Cornelius Friesendorf (eds) Rethinking Security Governance: The Problem of Unintended Consequences, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 176-197.
(2010) What do we mean when we say that substance matters?, in Oliver Kessler, Rodney Hall, Cecelia Lynch and Nicholas Onuf (eds) On Rules, Politics and Knowledge: Friedrich Kratochwil, International Relations and Domestic Affairs, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 74-83.
(2009) On acting and knowing: how pragmatism can advance international relations research and methodology, International Organization 63 (4): 701-731 [with Friedrich Kratochwil].
(2009) Global governance as liberal hegemony, in Jim Whitman (ed.) Global Governance, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 105-122.