The Politics of War Powers: The Theory and History of Presidential Unilateralism (2019), University of Kansas Press
- Dave Bridge in American Political Thought
- Benjamin A. Kleinerman in American Political Thought
- Clement Fatovic in Political Science Quarterly
- Jeremy L. Strickler in Congress & the Presidency
- Keith E. Whittington in Law & Liberty
- Nathan P. Goodman in The Independent Review
- Graham G. Dodds in The Review of Politics
- Jasmine Farrier in Perspectives on Politics
- Louis Fisher in Presidential Studies Quarterly
Articles and Chapters
“Before the Responsibility to Protect: The Humanitarian Intervention in Cuba.” Cosmos and Taxis, 10 (9+10) (Fall 2022), 53-67.
“Legalizing a Political Fight: Congressional Abdication of War Powers in the Bush and Obama Administrations,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, (September 2021): 1-30.
“Obama, Congress, and Audience Costs: Shifting the Blame on the Red Line.” (with Andrew Stravers) Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 135, Issue 1, (March 2020): 67-101
“Democratic Peace Theory, Montesquieu, and Public Choice” (with Chad Van Schoelandt) in Reclaiming Liberalism edited by David F. Hardwick and Leslie Marsh, Palgrave Macmillian, 2019: 247-279.
“The Capitalist Peace: A New Way Forward for American Foreign Policy.” Society 54 (6) (November 2017): 501-508.
“Debating War Powers: Battles in the Clinton and Obama Administrations.” Political Science Quarterly 132 (2) (July 2017): 203-223.
“A New Model of Executive Power: Montesquieu’s Explanation of War Powers” Perspectives on Political Science 44 (4) (December 2015): 247-256.
“What’s the Difference between a Hockey Mom and a Pit Bull?: Presentations of Palin and Gender Stereotypes in the 2008 Presidential Election” (with Lindsay Eberhardt and Jennifer Merolla) Political Research Quarterly 66 (3) (September 2013): 687-701.