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Faculty Research

Academic Journal Articles

  • Alexis Leanna Henshaw. "Female Combatants in Postconflict Processes: Understanding the Roots of Exclusion," Journal of Global Security Studies, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2020, Pages 63–79, https://academic.oup.com/jogss/article-abstract/5/1/63/5682788
  • Michael O. Slobodchikoff.  "The Impact of Russian-led Eurasian Integration on the International Relations of the Post-Soviet Space." Europe-Asia Studies, 1-15.  (With Michael Aleprete).


Acade mic Journal Articles

  • Dunning, P. T. "Why public administration is needed now more than ever: Advancing the scholarship of teaching and learning in public administration: First Public Lecture sponsored by Teaching Public Administration (delivered at the Public Administration Conference, University of Northumbria 12 September 2018)." Teaching Public Administration. https://doi.org/10.1177/0144739418823824.

  • Guo-Brennan, M. "Civic capacity in building welcoming and inclusive communities for newcomers: Praxis, recommendations and policy implications." Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship. 11(2). (With L. Guo-Brennan).
  • Henshaw, Alexis.  "Understanding Women at War: A mixed-methods exploration of leadership in non-state armed groups." Small Wars and Insurgencies.  Vol. 30, Issue 6-7:  1089-1116.  (With June Eric-Udorie, Hannah Godefa, Kathryn Howley, Cat Jeon, Elise Sweezy & Katheryn Zhao)

  • Kim, Hae.  “The Effect of Collective Regional Intergovernmental Organizations (RIGOs) on Global Security.” Chinese Journal of International Review (CJIR) Vol. 1, No 1.

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O. "Cooperative Rivalry:  Understanding Indo-Pakistani Ties Using Treaty Networks." Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs.  (With Aakriti Tandon).

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O.  "Building Trust: Cooperation Between Rivals India and Pakistan." Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 108(2), 189-201.  (With Aakriti Tandon).

  • Stewart, Brandon. “Ethnic Party Candidate Performance in Local Elections: Evidence from Romania and Slovakia.” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 25(2): 152-172.

  • Stewart, Brandon. “Structural Inequality and Ethnic Bloc Voting.” Social Science Quarterly 100(4): 1072-1093 (With Ronald J. McGauvran).

  • Stewart, Brandon.  “From adversaries to allies: ethnic gerrymandering and ethnic party behaviour in local elections in Macedonia.” Nations and Nationalism 25(1): 318-339.

  • Waldner, L. S. "Wither or thrive: Post hoc municipal incorporation outcomes in new cities of color." Journal of Urban Affairs. (10.1080/07352166.2018.1555438), 1-21.  (With K. Stilwell and R. Smith)

Book Chapters

  • Sherrill, Clifton.  “Japanese National Security Policy – Balancing, but Hedging,” in America’s Allies and the Decline of U.S. Hegemony, eds. Justin Massie and Jonathan Paquin (London: Routledge, 2019).


Academic Articles

  • Brandon Stewart.  “Foreign threat and political party change: Russia and changes in party manifestos.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 51(4): 325-335.  (With John Ishiyama and Christopher Pace).

  • Taylor, Steven L. "Colombia: Using Elections and Electoral Institutions to Promote Peace." SAIS Review of International Affairs. 38,1 (Winter-Spring 2018): 93-104.

Book Chapters

  • Meine, Manfred F. Military Ethics. In Ali Farazmand (Ed.), Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance (Print Edition ed., vol. 1. Springer International Publishing. (With Thomas Dunn)

  • Taylor, Steven L. "Electoral Systems in Context: Colombia." in Erik Herron ,Robert Pekkanen, and Matthew Shugart, eds.  The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (With Matthew S. Shugart).

  • Taylor, Steven L. "Electoral Systems in Context: The United States." in Erik Herron ,Robert Pekkanen, and Matthew Shugart, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Academic Journal Articles

  • Meine, Manfred. F. "Military Ethics: A Future Oriented Post Script."  Public Integrity; Taylor Francis, 19(5), 551-553. (With Thomas Dunn)

  • Meine, Manfred F.  "MPA Programs and Internet Education:  Validation of Quality and Acceptance Despite Continuing Challenges Surrounding Online Delivery." Journal of Public Affairs Education, 23(2), 665-676.  (With Dunn, T.)

  • Mitchell, Charles E. "Assessing the impact of the Americans with Disabilities amendments act of 2008:  An analysis of litigation efforts under title I of the act.  Employee Relations Law Journal.  43(1): 36-55.

  • Sherrill, Clifton W. “The Myth of the Nuclear Taboo,” Asian International Studies Review 18, no. 1 (June): 1-21.

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O. and G. Doug Davis.  "Roots of Russian Soft Power:  Rethinking Russian National Identity."  Comparative Politics Russia Journal.  8(2):  19-36.

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O. "Shifting Alliances and Balance of Power in Asia:  Transitions in the Indo-Russian Security Ties."  Asian Journal of Political Science. (With Aakriti A. Tandon).

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O.  "Challenging US Hegemony:  The Ukrainian Crisis and Russian Regional Order."  Soviet and Post-Soviet Review.  44(1):  76-95.

Book Chapters

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O.  Strong as Silk: China in the Liberal Order. In David Lane and Guichang Zhu (Ed.), Regional Perspectives for China and its Neighbours. Lexington Books.


Academic Journal Articles

  • Meine, Manfred F. “The New Crisis in Policing: Is It Time to Reconsider Police Consolidation and to Look to Lessons from The European Experience?” Journal of Politics and Democratization, Volume 1, No. 1, April 2016.(With Thomas Dunn)

  • Taylor, Steven L. "The State of Democracy in Colombia: More Voting, Less Violence?" The Latin Americanist. (June 2016): 169–190.

 Academic Journal Articles

  • Sherrill, Clifton W.  Richard Hough. “Current Japanese Security Policy towards China and Neoclassical Realism: Testing IR Theories,” Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs 2, no. 3 (December): 237-265.  (With Richard Hough).

  • Sherrill, Clifton W. “Neoclassical Realism and South Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Policy,”Asian International Studies Review 16, no. 1 (June): 1-23.

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O.  "Constraining Elites:  The Impact of Treaty Networks on Foreign Policy."  Soviet and Post-Soviet Review.  42(3):  298-320.

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O. "Mistrust and Hegemony:  Regional Institutional Design, the FSU-CIS, and Russia."  International Area Studies Review.  18(1):  26-52. (With J.P. Willerton and Gary Goertz).

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O. "Order and Disorder across Geopolitical Space:  The Effect of Declining Dominance on Interstate Conflict."  Journal of International Relations and Development.  18(4):  383-406.  (With J.P. Rhamey and T. Volgy).

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O. "Overcoming Barriers to Cooperation:  Territorial and Issue Neutralization as Tools of Conflict Management."  Soviet and Post-Soviet Review.  42(2):  127-149.

Book Chapters

  • Meine, Manfred F.  Defense and Military Policy: Vietnam War and Military Ethics. In Dominic Bearfield & Mel Dubnick (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, 3rd Ed (vol. Vol. 2, pp. 878-884). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis. (With Thomas Dunn)


Academic Journal Articles

  • Dunning, Pamela T. "Developing a competency-based assessment approach for student learning," Teaching Public Administration. 32(1): 55-67.

  • Meine, Manfred F. "The New Crisis in Policing:  Is it Time to Reconsider Police Consolidation and to Look to Lessons from the European Experience."  The Journal of Politics and Democratization.  1(1).  (With Dunn, T.)

  • Sherrill, Clifton W. “Why Hassan Rouhani Won Iran’s 2013 Presidential Election,” Middle East Policy 21, no. 2 (Summer): 64-75.

Book Chapters

  • Mitchell, Charles E.  Implication of the selection process for ethics instructors in graduate schools of public administration:  Failing to achieve objectives?  In Beatrice Boufoy-Bastick’s (Ed.) The International Handbook of Cultures of Education Policy:  Comparative International Issues in Policy-Outcome Relationships (Vol. 2), (875-890).        Strasbourg, France: Analytrics.  

Case Studies

  • Meine, Manfred F. “Loyalty, Ethics and ‘Whistle Blowing:’ Confronting Corruption in the Volatile World of Law Enforcement.” Ethics case published on the Electronic Hallway, University of Washington, April 11, 2014. (With Thomas P. Dunn)


Academic Journal Articles

  • Campbell, Joel. “Becoming a Techno-Industrial Power: Chinese Science and Technology Power,” Issues in Technology Innovation. Brookings Institution online, No. 23 (April, 2013), pp. 1-15.

  • “Continuity and Change: Evolution, not Revolution, in Japan’s Foreign and Security Policy” (with Brendan Howe), Asian Perspective. Vol. 37, No. 1 (January-March, 2013), pp. 99-125.

  • Craig, Kern W. “Public policy in Central America: An empirical analysis.” Public Administration Research, 2(2), 105-123.
  • “What do the United States and India have in common (besides Indians): Enough for a strategic alliance?” Asian Social Science, 9(2), 70-98.

  • Ledet, Richard. “Religion and Government Corruption in the American States.” With Patrick Flavin. Public Integrity. 15:4 (Fall) 2013.

  • Meine, Manfred F. “The Search for Ethical Competency: Do Ethics Codes Matter?” (with Thomas P. Dunn), Public Integrity, Vol. 15, No. 2, Spring 2013.

  • Mitchell, Charles E. “An Analysis of the Supreme Court’s Decision in Ricci Et Al. v DeStefano, Et Al: The New Haven Firefighters Case.” Public Personnel Management, Vol. 42, No. 1, March 2013: 41-54. 

  • Waldner, Leora. “Temporal and spatial dimensions of newly incorporated municipalities (NIMS).” Geographical Review, 103 (1): 59-79. (with Rice, K, & Smith, R.)

Book Chapters

  • Mitchell, Charles E.  Cultural and social diversity in the United States:  A Compelling National Interest.   In Guy Thibozo’s (Ed.) Cultural and Social Diversity and The

    Transition from Education to work (21-35).   New York, N.Y.:  Springer Science + Business Media Dordrecht.

Conference Proceedings

  • Meine, Manfred F. “Police Consolidation in the United States: The Never Ending Debate - Fiscal Imperatives versus Political Agendas and Public Policy Implications,”, in Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Public Administration. USDETC Press, Chengdu, China, 2013. (With Thomas P. Dunn)


Academic Journal Articles

  • Campbell, Joel. “U.S. Foreign Policy towards Northeast Asia,” Perceptions. Vol. 17, No. 4 (Winter, 2012), pp. 3-26.

  • Campbell, Joel.  “China Joins the Game: Beijing’s Foreign-Economic Policy Strategies in the Globalization Era” (with Hieyeon Keum), International Studies Review. Vol. 13, No. 2 (December, 2012), pp. 27-52.

  • Campbell, Joel.  “Building an IT Economy: South Korean Science and Technology Policy,” Brookings Institution Issues in Governance Studies online (September, 2012).

  • Campbell, Joel.  “The Conditioning of Economic Development: Are Dependency and World Systems Theory Still Relevant?” Papers, Essays and Reviews: Yonsei GSIS Journal of International Studies, Spring, 2012, pp. 121-129.

  • Craig, Kern W. “No child left behind: Teaching the metric system in US schools.” International Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 2(4), 40-48.

  • Craig, Kern W.  “No child left bewildered: Using phonetic English as a lingua franca.” International Journal of Business and Social Science, 3(8), 76-82. 

  • Gibson, Pamela, and Pamela Dunning. “Transforming Online Education Through Quality Course Design” in the Journal of Public Administration Education, (2012), 18 (1): 209-228.

  • Ledet, Richard. “Transition Operations: A Discussion with 29 Articles.” With Jeff Stewart and Pete Turner. Small Wars Journal. September 17, 2012.

  • Meine, Manfred F.  “Policing the Police, Using Ethics Education and Training to Combat ‘Official Deviance’.” Journal of US-China Public Administration, Vol. 9, No. 9 (September 2012).

  • Meine, Manfred F. “On Advancing Professional Ethics to the Next Level: Interdisciplinary vs. Intra-Disciplinary Approaches, The Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 6, No. 6, February 2012. (With Thomas Dunn)

  • Meine, Manfred F. “On the Invasive Influence of Politics, Business, and Economics on an Innovative Education Initiative: A Longitudinal Case Study.” (with Thomas P. Dunn), International Journal of Business and Social Science, Vol. 3, No. 28 (November 2012).

  • Meine, Manfred F.  “Emerging Ethical, Academic and Practical Considerations for Online Teaching: Does the Search for Quality and Integrity Come at the Expense of Academic Freedom.” (with Thomas P. Dunn and Robert Abbey), Online Education, Vol. 1, No. 1 (September 2012).

  • Sherrill, Clifton W. “Why Iran Wants the Bomb and What It Means for U.S. Policy,” The Nonproliferation Review 19, no. 1 (March): 31-49

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O. “Treaty Networks, Nesting, and Interstate Cooperation: Russia, the FSU, and the CIS” International Area Studies Review 15(1): 59 –82. (2012). (With John P. Willerton and Gary Goertz).

  • Slobodchikoff, Michael O.  “How Effective are International Organizations at Resolving Territorial Disputes among Member States: A Look at the European Union.” Studies of Changing Societies 1(2): 29 – 59. (2012). 

  • Taylor, Steven L. "Colombian Voters and Ballot Structure: Error, Confusion, and/or “None of the Above.” The Latin Americanist. (December): 111-130.

  • Waldner, Leora “E-Service-Learning: The Evolution of Service-Learning to Engage a Growing Online Student Population” in the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, (2012),16(2), 123-150. (with Dr Widener)

  • Waldner, Leora, Dayna McDaniel, Tammy Esteves, and Terry Anderson.  "The eQuad:  A Next-Generation eAdvising Tool to Build Community and Retain Students."  The Mentor.

Conference Proceedings

  • Gibson, Pamela. “Faculty as victim: Virtual assaults in distance learning.” The Academic Forum Conference Proceedings.  (With Joy Hadwiger)



Academic Journal Articles

  • Campbell, Joel. “Technology Policy in Developing Countries: Indigenous Programs and Political Economy Theory,” International Studies Review. Vol. 12, No. 2 (December, 2011), pp. 1-24.

  • Campbell, Joel.  “A New Look at Chinese Patron-Clientelism: The Falls of Hu Yaobang and Zhao Ziyang” (with Hieyeon Keum). East-West Studies. Vol. 23, No. 2 (2011), pp. 5-35.

  • Campbell, Joel.  “Lips and Teeth, Old Friends and New Friends: Mainland China’s 'Two Korea' Policies in the Post-Cold War Era” (with Hieyeon Keum). Journal of Unification Studies. Vol. 11, No. 4 (2011), pp. 221-275.

  • Craig, Kern W. “The blame game in international relations.” National Social Science Journal, 35(2), 43-54.

  • Ledet, Richard. “Correlates of Corruption: Rethinking Social Capital’s Relationship with Government in the United States.” Public Integrity. 13:2 (Spring) 2011.

  • Meine, Manfred F. “On Advancing Professional Ethics to the Next Level: Interdisciplinary vs. Intra-Disciplinary Approaches.” With Thomas P. Dunn, The Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 6, No. 6, February 2012.

  • Meine, Manfred F.  “The BFA, BFA Simulation Revisited.” with Thomas P. Dunn, The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Vol. 10, No. 6, May 2011.

  • Sherrill, Clifton W. (2011). “After Khomeini: Who Will Succeed Iran’s Supreme Leader?” Orbis 55, no. 4 (Fall): 631-647.