Professor Rhodes’ Recent Selected Publications

“U.S. Policy toward Latvia in the Pot-Crimea Era.” (Andris Spruds and Diana Potjomkina, eds.) In Latvia and the USA: An Ever Closer Partnership in a Changing World, Latvian Institute of International Affairs, 2016.

“Why Nations Fight: Spirit, Identity, and Imagined Community.” Security Studies, April 2012.

“The National State and Identity Politics: State Institutionalization and ‘Markers’ of National Identity.” (with Richard W. Mansbach). Geopolitics, July 2007.

“Global Politics in a Changing World .” (four editions, with Richard W. Mansbach). Houghton-Mifflin: 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009.

“The Risks of a Networked Military.” (with Richard Harknett, Steven Biddle, Jan Breemer, Daniel Deudney, Peter Feaver, Ben Frankel, Emily Goldman, Chaim Kaufmann, and William Martel). Orbis, Winter 2000.

“Presence, Prevention, and Persuasion: A Historical Analysis of Military Force and Political Influence.” (with Jonathan DiCicco, Sarah Milburn, and Thomas Walker). Lexington Books: 2004.

“The Good, the Bad, and the Righteous:  Understanding the Bush Vision of a New NATO Partnership.” Millennium Journal of International Affairs, Fall 2004.

“Rethinking the Nature of Security: America’s Northern Europe Initiative.” (Irina Busygina, ed.),  In New Frontiers of Europe: Opportunities and Challenges, MGIMO University: Moscow, Russia, 2003.

“Transforming the Alliance: The Bush Administration’s Vision of NATO.” Connections [Germany], November 2003.

“America, the Baltic States, and Russia:  The U.S. Northern Europe Initiative and Hanseatic Models of Security.” (Konstantin Khudoley and Stanislav Tkachenko, eds.) In Challenges to International Relations in Post-Cold War Europe, St. Petersburg State University: Russia, 2002.

“America and the Construction of East Asian Security:  Mental Architecture and Security Architecture.” Taiwan Defense Affairs, Fall 2001.

“The Northern European Initiative and U.S. Visions of Baltic Security.” (Andres Kasekamp, ed.) In Organizing Europe’s Place in World Affairs: The European Union’s Common Foreign and Security Policy, Tartu University Press: Estonia, 2001.

“The American View of Baltic Security Architecture:  Understanding the Northern Europe Initiative.” Baltic Defense Review [Estonia], [December] 2000.

“Conventional Deterrence,” Comparative Strategy, Fall 2000.

“Sea Change:  Interest-Based and Cultural-Cognitive Accounts of Strategic Adjustment in the 1890s,” Security Studies, Summer 1996.

“Constructing Peace and War:  An Analysis of the Power of Ideas to Shape American Military Power,” Millennium Journal of International Studies, Spring 1995.

“Do Bureaucratic Politics Matter?  Some Disconfirming Findings from the Case of the U.S. Navy,” World Politics, October 1994.

“Power and MADness:  The Logic of Nuclear Coercion.” Columbia University Press: 1989.  (Paperback edition, 1991.)