Roundtable 14-1 on Why Nations Rise: Narratives and the Path to Great Power, International Security Studies Forum/H-Diplo, September 2022.

The Process of Rising – Ideas and Power in Power Transitions, Roundtable on Why Nations Rise,  Asia Policy, National Bureau of Asian Research, July 2021.

Do Leader Ideologies Influence Foreign Policy?Asia Policy, National Bureau of Asian Research, April 2020.

Otherness and Resilience in Bilateral Relations: The Cases of Israel-Germany, India-Russia, and India-IsraelJournal of International Relations and Development,  April 2020 (with Michal Ben-Josef Hirsch).

The Conflicted Superpower: America’s Collaboration with China and India in Global Innovation. By Andrew B. Kennedy. New York: Columbia University Press, 2018, 280 pages, $35.00Perspectives on Politics 17(3), September 2019.

Continuity and Change in Indian Grand Strategy: The Cases of Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Climate Change, Special Issue: Indian Security Strategy in Thought and Practice, India Review 17(1), March 2018 (with Kate Sullivan de Estrada).

Introduction: India’s Rise at 70, Special Issue: India’s Rise at 70, International Affairs 93(1), January 2017 (with Kate Sullivan de Estrada).

Pragmatism in Indian Foreign Policy: How Ideas Constrain Modi, Special Issue: India’s Rise at 70, International Affairs 93(1), January 2017 (with Kate Sullivan de Estrada).

The Role of Beliefs in Identifying Rising PowersThe Chinese Journal of International Politics 9(2), Summer 2016.

The Un-Argumentative Indian?: Ideas about the Rise of India and Their Interaction with Domestic StructuresIndia Review 13(1), January 2014.

Re-collecting Empire: ‘Victimhood’ and the 1962 Sino-Indian War, Asian Security 5(3), September 2009.

Edited Collections

Round Table: Active Defense: China’s Military Strategy Since 1949 (Taylor Fravel: Princeton University Press 2019), Reviewers: Tai Ming Cheung, Rosella Capella Zielinski, Ryan Grauer, Alison Kaufman, Oriana Mastro, International Security Studies Forum, H-Diplo, Vol. XI, No. 12, 6 March 2020.

Round Table: Status and the Challenge of Rising Powers (Steven Ward: Cambridge University Press 2017), Reviewers: William  Wohlforth, Kanti Bajpai, Anne Clunan, Xiaoyu Pu, International Security Studies Forum, H-Diplo, Vol. X, No. 27, 24 May 2019.

Special Issue: India’s Rise at 70International Affairs, Chatham House, Guest Editor (with Kate Sullivan de Estrada), January 2017.

ReviewThe Diplomat

Book Chapters

Exploring Historical Memory and Indian Foreign Policy, in Harsh Pant ed. New Directions in India’s Foreign Policy: Theory and Praxis (Cambridge University Press, 2018).

China, India and Their Differing Conceptions of International Order, in T.V. Paul ed. The China-India Rivalry in the Globalization Era (Georgetown University Press, 2018).

The Role of Beliefs in Identifying Rising Powers, in Sun Xuefeng, M. Taylor Fravel and Liu Feng ed. Contending Theories of Rising Powers: 10th Volume Anniversary Chinese Journal of International Politics Reader (Oxford University Press, 2017).

Foreign Policy À La Modi, in Gideon Rose ed. Foreign Affairs Special Collection: The Best of 2014 (New York: Council on Foreign Relations), 2014: 170-178

Re-collecting Empire, in Kanti Bajpai and Harsh Pant, eds., India’s Foreign Policy: A Reader (New Delhi: Oxford University Press), 2013: 248-280

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