Research

Book

Dangerous Trade: Conventional Arms Exports, Human Rights, and International Reputation
Columbia University Press
, 2015


Peer-Reviewed Publications

Leveling the Playing Field: Cost Diffusion and the Promotion of "Responsible" Arms Export Norms. Forthcoming. International Studies Perspectives.

S
aint or Sinner? Human Rights and US Support for the Arms Trade Treaty. Forthcoming. Political Science Quarterly.

Saving Face, Looking Good, and Building International Reputation in East and West. 2014. In Power in a Complex Global System, edited by Bruce Jentleson and Louis Pauly. New York: Routledge.

Market Imperative Meets Normative Power: Human Rights and European Arms Transfer Policy. 2013. European Journal of International Relations 19 (2): 209-234.
Stopping the Legal Flow of Weapons: Compliance with Arms Embargoes, 1981-2004. 2013. Journal of Peace Research 50 (2):159-174.
  • Runner-up for the Nils Petter Gleditsch JPR Article of the Year Award, 2013
Membership Has Its Privileges: Conventional Arms and Influence within the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, with Christopher Way. 2011. In The Causes and Consequences of Nuclear Proliferation, edited by Matthew Kroenig, Erik Gartzke, and Robert Rauchhaus. New York: Routledge, pp 32-60.


Other Publications

International Law and the Great War. Forthcoming. Tulsa Law Review.

The gap between policy and practice in EU arms exports limits the normative power of the EU. 2013. London School of Economics European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (November 25)

The Arms Trade Treaty: Prospects and Pitfalls. 2012. World Politics Review (March 6).

Normative Power and EU Arms Transfer Policy: A Theoretical Critique and Empirical Test. 2008. WZB Discussion Paper (SP IV 2008-301). Berlin: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforchung.

The Arms Trade Treaty: The Politics behind the UN Process. 2007. SWP Working Paper FG3-WP 09 (July). Berlin: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik.

Commentary in Partners or Rivals? European-American Relations after Iraq.  2005. Matthew Evangelista and Vittorio Emanuele Parsi, Eds. Ithaca, New York: Vita e Pensiero and Cornell University Press.


Working Papers

Disarming the Dangerous? The Use of Arms Embargoes as Tools of Norm Enforcement

US Arms Transfers and Civil War

Adaptation and Innovation in Contemporary Arms Control
In preparation for volume on The Circulation of Power in World Politics, edited by Lucia Seybert and Peter J. Katzenstein

New Technologies and Norms of War: Submarine Warfare in World War I

The Lockheed Scandal Decade: Arms Sales and Failed Diffusion of Anti-Corruption Norms

Revisiting the Dove’s Dilemma: Conventional Arms Transfers and Nuclear Weapons Development (with Christopher Way)