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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)

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).

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).

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

“Offensive Liberalism” a Critical Appraisal. In Regional Peacemaking and Conflict Management. A Comparative Approach, edited by Carmela Lutmar and Benjamin Miller, 274-284. London: Routledge (2015).



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).

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