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Publications by research area

Ontological security

The Power of Deterrence. Emotions, Identity and American and Israeli Wars of Resolve (2016, Cambridge University Press).

Ontological Dissonance, Clashing Identities, and Israel’s Unilateral Steps towards the Palestinians. Review of International Studies 38(4): 809-833 (2012).

Ontological Security and the Continuation of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. In Resolving International Conflicts. Dynamics of Escalation, Continuation and Transformation, edited by Isabel Bramsen, Poul Poder, and Ole Wæver, 215-228. London: Routledge (2019).

Ontological Security and the Israeli–Palestinian Peace Process: Between Unstable Conflict and Conflict in Resolution. In Bahar Rumelili (ed.) Conflict Resolution and Ontological Security: Peace Anxieties, 31-51. London: Routledge (2015).

Securitization

The Dual-Use Security Dilemma and the Social Construction of Insecurity. Contemporary Security Policy (forthcoming)

Toward Securitization Theory of Deterrence. International Studies Quarterly 63(1): 177-186 (2019).

Securitization Climax: Putting the Iranian Nuclear Project at the Top of the Israeli Public Agenda (2009-2012). Foreign Policy Analysis 12(3): 413-432 (2016).

The Limits of Securitization Theory: Observational Criticism and the Curious Absence of Israel. International Studies Review 16(3): 390-410 (2014).

Pacifization: Toward a Theory of the Social Construction of Peace. International Studies Review 15(2): 204-228 (2013).

Deterrence/ Cyber Deterrence

The Power of Deterrence. Emotions, Identity and American and Israeli Wars of Resolve (2016, Cambridge University Press).

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)

Toward Securitization Theory of Deterrence. International Studies Quarterly 63(1): 177-186 (2019).

The Emerging Fourth Wave of Deterrence Theory—Toward a New Research Agenda. International Studies Quarterly 54(3): 705-732 (2010).

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).

Methods/ Pedagogy 

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 Spiraling Effect. Emotional Representation and International Interactions. In Methodology and Emotion in International Relations: Parsing the Passions, edited by Eric Van Rythoven and Mira Sucharov, 97-112. London: Routledge (2019).

Me and the Other in IR: An Alternative Pluralist International Relations 101. International Studies Perspectives 14(3): 235-254 (2013).

Constructivist Methods: A Plea and Manifesto for Pluralism. Review of International Studies 35(1): 195-218 (2009).

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