Articles and Book Chapters

“Thinking Historically: A Guide for Policy,” in Ursula Jasper, Andreas Wenger, Myriam Dunn Cavelty, eds.,The Politics and Science of Prevision: Governing and Probing the Future, Routledge, 2020

“History and the Unanswered Questions of the Nuclear Age: Reflections on Assumptions, Uncertainty, and Method in Nuclear Studies,” Michael D. Gordin and G. John Ikenberry, eds, The Age of Hiroshima, Princeton University Press, 2020

 “Rethinking the Bomb: Nuclear Weapons and American Grand Strategy,” Texas National Security Review, vol. 2, no. 1, winter 2019

 “NATO’s Radical Response to the Nuclear Revolution,” in Ian Shapiro and Adam Tooze, NATO, Yale University Press, 2019

“Beyond Deterrence: U.S. Nuclear Strategy since 1945,” in the Academy of Arts and Sciences, Understanding the Nuclear Age, 2017

“Crisis Instability and Preemption: The 1914 Railroad Analogy,” in Hoffman, Levite, and Perkovich, eds, Understanding Cyber Conflict, Georgetown University Press, 2017

 “Strategies of Inhibition: U.S. Grand Strategy, the Nuclear Revolution, and Nonproliferation,” International Security Summer 2015, Vol. 40, No. 1, Pages 9-46

“What If? The Historian and the Counterfactual,” Security Studies, Volume 24, Issue 3, 2015

“How Dangerous? History and Nuclear Alarmism,” in Dangerous World? Threat Perception and U.S. National Security, eds. John Mueller and Christopher Preble (Washington, DC: Cato Institute, 2014)

“International Affairs of the Heart,” Yale Journal of International Affairs, September 2012,

“Politics, History and the Ivory Tower-Policy Gap in the Nuclear Proliferation Debate,” Journal of Strategic Studies, August 2012, pp. 573-600,

With James B. Steinberg, “Mind the Gap: Why Policymakers and Scholars Ignore Each other, and What Can be Done About it?,” Carnegie Reporter, Spring 2012,

“The Copenhagen Tradition: Rethinking Prevention and Proliferation in the Age of Deterrence Dominance,” with Mira Rapp-Hooper, commissioned paper, Tobin National Security Project.

“Same as it ever was: Nuclear Alarmism, Proliferation, and the Cold War,” International Security, Winter 2010, pp. 7-37,

Wrestling with Parity: The Nuclear Revolution Revisited,” in Shock of the Global, Eds. Niall Ferguson, Charles Maier, and Daniel Sargent, Harvard University Press, 2010

“History and Policy,” International Journal, Winter 2008,

“Nuclear Proliferation and Non-proliferation during the Cold War,” Cambridge History of the Cold War: Volume 2, Crises and Détente, 1962-1975, edited by Melvyn Leffler and Odd Arne Westad, Cambridge University Press, 2010

“Nuclear Nixon,” in The Foreign Policy of the Nixon Administration, eds., Fred Logevall and Andrew Preston, Oxford University Press, 2008

“Understanding Nuclear Proliferation in an Age of Globalization,” Globalization and Transatlantic Security, ed., Rachel Epstein, European Union Institute Press, 2006

“Blasts from the Past:  Nuclear Proliferation and Rogue States Before the Bush Doctrine,” International Security, Winter 2005, pp. 100-135,

“The Interests of France and the United States are Essentially the Same:  Reassessing Franco-American Economic and Security Relations during the 1960s,” in Les Relations franco-americaines au XX siecle, la direction de Pierre Melandri et Serge Ricard, L’Harmattan, 2003, pp. 101-116.

“The Gold Battles within the Cold War:  American Monetary Policy and the Defense of Europe, 1960-1963,” Diplomatic History, Winter 2002:  61-94,

“International Monetary Fund and World Bank,” Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy, 2nd edition, edited by Alexander DeConde, Richard Dean Burns, and Frederick Logevall, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2002, vol. II, pp. 283-298

“Ideas, Power, and the Politics of America’s International Monetary Policy during the 1960s,” in Monetary Orders, edited by Jonathan Kirshner.  Ithaca, NY:  Cornell University Press, 2002, pp. 195-217.

 “The Myth of Flexible Response:  American Strategy in Europe during the 1960s,” International History Review, December 2001:  847-875.

With Erin Mahan, “Hegemony or Vulnerability?  Giscard, Ball, and the Gold Standstill,” Journal of European Integration Studies, December 2000, pp. 61-84.  Also in Marc Trachtenberg, ed., Between Empire and Alliance:  America and Europe during the Cold War.  Lanham, MD:  Rowan and Littlefiled, 2003, pp. 99-126.

“Bretton Woods: A Golden Era?” in Global Fortune: The Stumble and Rise of World Capitalism, ed. by Ian Vasquez, Cato Institute Press, 2000, pp. 213-224.

“Power, Politics, and U.S. Policy in Iran, 1950-1953.” Journal of Cold War Studies, Winter 1999: 58-89,

“The Legends of Bretton Woods,” Orbis, Spring 1996, pp. 183-199.

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