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Uncertainty and the Study of Cyber Deterrence: The Case of Israel’s Limited Reliance on Cyber Deterrence. In Cyber Security: Socio-Technological Uncertainty and Political Fragmentation, edited by Myriam Dunn Cavelty and Andreas Wenger, 128–140. London: Routledge (2022)
The Dog that didn't Bark, the Dog that Did Bark, and the Dog that Should have Barked: A Methodology for Cyber Deterrence Research. International Studies Review 23(4): 1672-1698 (2021)
The ‘Attribution Problem’ and the Social Construction of ‘Violence’: Taking Cyber Deterrence Literature a Step Forward. International Studies Perspectives 17(3): 322-342 (2016).
Cyber Warfare and Deterrence: Trends and Challenges. Military and Strategic Affairs 3(3): 41-5 (2011).
Constitution Making and International Relations Theories. International Studies Perspectives 20(4): 412-434 (2019) (with Hanna Lerner).