PUBLICATIONS

MONOGRAPHS

America’s Global Advantage: US Hegemony and International Cooperation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

JOURNAL ARTICLES & CHAPTERS

The Ibn Khaldûn Trap & Great Power Competition with China, The Washington Quarterly (Spring 2021)

Is COVID-19 a liberal democratic curse? Risks for liberal international order? Cambridge Review of International Affairs, (September) 2020

Is COVID-19 the end of US hegemony? Public bads, leadership failures and monetary hegemony International Affairs 96(5): 1281–1303, (September) 2020

“Introduction” (with Paul Poast). Global Monetary Order & the Liberal Order Debate. Symposium, International Studies Perspectives 21(2): 109-153, 2020

“The Security Foundations of Dollar Primacy” Global Monetary Order & the Liberal Order Debate. Symposium, International Studies Perspectives 21(2): 109-153, 2020

Raison de l’Hegemonie (The Hegemon’s Interest): Theory of the Costs and Benefits of Hegemony Security Studies 28(3): 422-450,, Special Issue (eds., G John Ikenberry, & Daniel H. Nexon), 2019

Hegemony and inequality: Trump & the liberal playbook International Affairs Special Issue (eds., G John Ikenberry, Inderjeet Parmar, Doug Stokes) 94(1): 63-88 (summaries here: Newsweek LSE blog IA blog)

Environmental Protection, Differentiated Responsibility and World Trade: Making Room for Climate Action. In Urs Luterbacher and Detlef Sprinz  (eds.) Global Climate Policy. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2018 (with Urs Luterbacher and Jorge Vinuales).

The International Political Economy of Money, Macro-money Theories and Methods.  Review of International Political Economy, 2017 (RIPE Symposium with Benjamin J. Cohen, Stephen Chaudoin & Helen V. Milner and Thomas Oatley).

The waning of Pax Americana? In Great Decisions. ed., Karen A. Rohan. New York: Foreign Policy Association. 2017.

Hegemony, Hierarchy and Unipolarity: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations of Hegemonic Order Studies. In William R. Thompson  (ed.) Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory. New York: Oxford University Press,  2017

Is US Grand Strategy Self-Defeating? Deep Engagement, Military Spending and Sovereign Debt.  Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2016 (with William C. Wohlforth).

Hegemony. Oxford Bibliographies, New York: Oxford University Press, 2015

American and Chinese Leadership during the Global Financial Crisis.  International Area Studies Review (Special Issue: Power transition theory and the rise of China), 18(3), 2015: 227-250 (Simon Reich).

Dollar Hegemony: A Power Analysis.  Review of International Political Economy (RIPE Focus Issue), 2014: 21(5), 2014: 1042-1070

The Profitability of Primacy. International Security 38(4), Spring 2014: 188–205 (Correspondence with Richard W. Maass and Daniel W. Drezner).

Key Currency Competition. Cooperation & Conflict 44(4), Winter 2009: 1-23

Strategic Debt. Canadian Journal of Political Science 41(2), Summer 2008: 1-25.

Securing the Environment and Securing States. Ed. Manas Chatterji. War, Peace and Security. Bingley: The Emerald Group, 2008

The Organization of World Trade and the Climate Regime. In Urs Luterbacher and Detlef Sprinz. International Relations and Global Climate Change . Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2001 (with Urs Luterbacher).

The New Political Economy of Trading and Its Institutional Consequences. International Political Science Review. 20(4), 1999: 341-58 (with Urs Luterbacher).

REVIEWS

Roundtable Review of When Might Makes Right: Rising Powers and World Order, by Stacie Goddard, H-Diplo (2020)

Review of Why Not Default? by Jerome Roos, International Affairs (Jan 2020)

Review of Hegemony in International Society, by Ian Clark, Political Science Quarterly 127(3): 470-72, 2012