Recently published books by our faculty
In Pursuit of Liberalism: International Institutions in Postcommunist Europe (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008)
Confronting Global Terrorism and American Neo-Conservatism: The Framework of a Liberal Grand Strategy (Oxford University Press, 2008)
The People Reloaded: The Green Movement and the Struggle for Iran's Future (Melvillehouse, 2011)
Humanitarians in Hostile Territory: Expeditionary Diplomacy and Aid outside the Green Zone (Left Coast Press, 2010)
Recently published articles authored by our faculty and alumni
Condoleezza Rice (PhD '81)
Rethinking the National Interest: American Realism for a New World (Foreign Affairs)
Beyond conditionality: international institutions in postcommunist Europe after enlargement (Journal of European Public Policy)
The social context in conditionality: internationalizing finance in postcommunist Europe (Journal of European Public Policy)
The Two Faces of Terror (American Journal of International Law)
Laird, Frank N. and Christoph Stefes, "The diverging paths of German and U.S. policies for renewable energy: Sources of difference." Energy Policy 37 (7) (July 2009): 2619-2629.
Laird, Frank N. "A Full-Court Press for Renewable Energy." Issues in Science and Technology 25 (2)(Winter 2009): 53-56.
Laird, Frank N. "Learning Contested Lessons: Participation Equity and Electric Utility Regulation." Review of Policy Research 25 (5) (Fall 2008): 429-448.
Interviews with our faculty and alumni
An Interview with Tom Farer, Author of "Confronting Global Terrorism" (Harper's Magazine)
Reviews of books or articles authored by our faculty and alumni
Reviving Liberalism. A New Course for US Foreign Policy (A review in the International Spectator of Tom Farer's Confronting Global and American Neo-Conservatism by Emiliano Alessandri).
How I Learned to Love the Neo-Cons (A review in The Oxonian of Tom Farer's Confronting Global Terrorism and American Neo-Conservatism by Daniel Hemel).
Other print- or web-based publications authored by our Faculty, alumni and students
Danita Topcagic (MA '07) is a 2008 Peace Fellow with the Advocacy Project in Bangladesh, where she also partners with the Blind Education and Rehabilitation Development Organization (BERDO), a non-profit organization using micro-credits to raise awareness about disabilities and disability rights. She writes a blog about her experiences at The Advocacy Project.
Dean Tom Farer writes for the Huffington Post. His commentaries can be found here.
Karen Feste writes on her experiences at the Unified Quest event with the U.S. Department of the Army.