- Hudson, Valerie M. 2015. The Hillary Doctrine. New York. Columbia University Press.
- Gause, F. Gregory, III. 2015. “Oil and Political Mobilization in Saudi Arabia.” In Saudi Arabia in Transition, ed. Bernard Haykel. Cambridge University Press.
- Hudson, Valerie M. 2014. “Sex and Security: Implications of Sex Ratios for China’s National Security.” In China and International Security: History, Strategy, and 21st Century Policy, eds. Donovan C. Chau and Thomas M. Kane. Santa Barbara. Praeger. 3 – 14.
- Marin Thornton, Gabriela. 2014. “Democracies in World Order.” In Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, ed. David Armstrong. New York. Oxford University Press.
- Norris, William. 2014. “Security Mistrust in the U.S. – China Relationship.” In Exploring the Frontiers of U.S. – China Strategic Cooperation: Visions for Asia—Pacific Security Architecture, ed. Melanie Hart. Washington D.C. Center for American Progress. 14 – 19.
- Ross, Andrew, Tai Ming Cheung, Thomas G. Mahnken. 2014. “Frameworks for Analyzing Chinese Defense and Military Innovation.” In Forging China’s Military Might: A New Framework for Assessing Defense Innovation, ed. Tai Ming Cheung. Baltimore. John Hopkins University Press. 15 – 46.
- Ross, Andrew. 2014. “The Origins of Limited Nuclear War Theory.” In On Limited Nuclear Warfare in the 21st Century, eds. Jeffrey A. Larsen and Kerry Kartchner. Stanford. Stanford University Press. 21 – 48.
- Shifrinson, Joshua R. Itzkowitz and Sameer Laiwani. 2014. “It’s a Commons Misunderstanding: The Limited Threat to American Command of the Commons,” in Dangerous World? Threat Perception and U.S. National Security, eds. John Mueller and Chris Preble. Cato Institute.
- Gause, F. Gregory, III. 2015. “Understanding the Gulf States.” Democracy: A Journal of Ideas. 36.
- Gause, F. Gregory, III. 2015. “Sultans of Swing? The Geopolitics of Falling Oil Prices.” Brookings Doha Center Publications.
- Gause, F. Gregory, III. 2015. “Saudi Arabia’s Game of Thrones.” Foreign Affairs. Web.
- Gottlieb, Jessica. 2015. “Greater Expectations? A Field Experiment to Improve Accountability in Mali.” American Journal of Political Science.
- Gottlieb, Jessica. 2015. “The Logic of Party Collusion in a Democracy: Evidence from Mali.” World Politics. 67(1): 1-36.
- Hudson, Valerie, Alfredo Visca, Clark T Bishop, Sterling Hilton. 2015. “Oral Reduced L-Glutathione Improves Growth in Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis Patients: A Randomized Clinical Trial.” Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition.
- Layne, Christopher. 2015. “Sleepwalking with Beijing.” National Interest. 137.
- Marin Thornton, Gabriela. 2015. “The Roma/Gypsies: Outcasts of Europe.” E-International Relations.
- Marin Thornton, Gabriela. 2014. “The Outsiders: Power Differentials between Roma/Gypsies and non-Roma in Europe.” Perspectives on European Politics and Society. 15 (1): 106 – 119.
- Mu, Ren, Xiaobo Zhang. 2014. “Do Elected Leaders in a Limited Democracy Have Real Power? Evidence from Rural China.” Journal of Development Economics. 107: 17 – 27.
- Norris, William. 2014. ““Explaining Recent Senkaku/Diaoyu Tensions: The Domestic Dimension.” Education About Asia. 19 (2): 43 – 44.
- Shifrinson, Joshua. 2014. “Put It In Writing: How the West Broke Its Promise to Moscow.” Foreign Affairs. Web.
- Sievert, Ronald. 2014. “Time to Rewrite the Ill Conceived and Dangerous Foreign Intelligence Act of 1978.” National Security Law Journal. 3 (1).
- Gottlieb, Jessica with Claire Adida, Eric Kramon, and Gwyneth McClendon. “Experiments in Governance and Politics (EGAP).” Re-granting Initiative. $217,851.
- Gottlieb, Jessica with Guy Grossman. “World Bank Impact Evaluation Preparation Grant.” The World Bank. $25,000.
- Hudson, Valerie. “Household Formation Systems, Marriage Markets, and Society’s Stability/Resilience.” Department of Defense (Minerva Initiative). $405,523.88.
- Ross, Andrew. “Research and Analysis of Critical National Security Issues.” Sandia Laboratories. $60,000.
- Thornton, Gabriela Marin. “The Shift in Power from West to East: Implications for the Transatlantic Relationship.” Robert Bosch Stiftung. $16,820.12.