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



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 lHegemonie (The Hegemons 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).



A New Iron Curtain Splits Russia From the West World Politics Review, April 19 2022 (featured in CNN, Fareed’s Global Briefing)

The New Economic Containment: Russian Sanctions Signal Commitment to International Order Foreign Affairs, March 18 2022

Banning Russia from SWIFT is a big deal. But the real pain comes from sanctions The Washington Post, The Monkey Cage, March 7 2022

China and Russia announced a joint pledge to push back against dollar hegemony The Washington Post, The Monkey Cage, April 19 2021

Should U.S. Foreign Policy Focus on Great-Power Competition? Foreign Affairs. Expert Survey. October 2020

The networks and hidden procedures that keep discrimination alive in academia Guest post Josh Busby, Duck of Minerva (with Cheng Xu) July 2020

 Is the Pandemic Reshaping Geopolitics? Foreign Affairs. Expert Survey. June 2020

Covid-19 and the liberal international order: Exposing instabilities and weaknesses in an open international system FIIA Comment 11, Finnish Institute of International Affairs

Live debate (with John Mearsheimer), “Has the Transatlantic Alliance been Irreparably Damaged” Brussels Forum, German Marshall Fund, Brussels in cooperation with Intelligence Squared, New York (June 2019)

Educate to Liberate Foreign Affairs. Essay. March/April 2019 Issue 98(2): 132-141.

* covered in Democracy Digest the daily blog of the National Endowment for Democracy

Has the Transatlantic Alliance Been Irreparably Damaged? Foreign Affairs. Expert Survey. October 2018

Did Inequality or Race Tip the Scales for Trump’s Election? Newsweek. 2018.

Is the Trump doctrine sustainable? Sustainable Security, Oxford: Oxford Research Group. 2018.

America-first ideology will trigger American decline.* The Globe and Mail. November 14, 2016

Covered in The Wall Street Journal’s From Rome’s Reign to ‘Pax Americana’.

Trump says we can reduce the debt by making U.S. allies pay for military protection. That’s mostly wrong. (with William C. Wohlforth). The Washington Post, The Monkey Cage. November 3, 2016



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



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