Peer Reviewed Articles
“Can Civilian Attitudes Predict Insurgent Violence? Ideology and Insurgent Tactical Choice in Civil War.” Journal of Peace Research, 54:1 (January 2017), 47–63. With Kentaro Hirose and Kosuke Imai. pdf. appendix.
“Coethnic Bias and Wartime Informing.” Journal of Politics, 77:3 (July 2015), 833-48. With Yuki Shiraito and Kosuke Imai. pdf.
“From Cell Phones to Conflict? Reflections on the Emerging ICT-Political Conflict Research Agenda.” Journal of Peace Research 52:3 (May 2015), 401-413. With Allan Dafoe. pdf.
“Comparing and Combining List and Endorsement Experiments: Evidence from Afghanistan.” American Journal of Political Science, 58:4 (October 2014), 1043-1063. With Graeme Blair and Kosuke Imai. pdf
“Explaining Support for Combatants in Wartime: A Survey Experiment in Afghanistan.” American Political Science Review, 107:4 (November 2013). With Graeme Blair and Kosuke Imai. pdf. Winner of the 2013 Pi Sigma Alpha Award for Best Paper Presented at the 2012 Midwest Political Science Association.
“Are Co-Ethnics More Effective Counter-Insurgents? Evidence from the Second Chechen War.” American Political Science Review, 104:1 (February 2010), 1-20. pdf. data. Winner of the 2009 Kellogg/Notre Dame Award for Best Paper in Comparative Politics Presented at the 2008 Midwest Political Science Association.
“Pocket Protests: Rhetorical Coercion and the Micropolitics of Collective Action in Semiauthoritarian Regimes.” World Politics 58:3 (2006), 378-412. pdf.
“Process Tracing, Causal Inference, and Civil War.” In Process Tracing in the Social Sciences: From Metaphor to Analytic Tool, eds. Andrew Bennett and Jeffrey Checkel (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Strategies for Social Inquiry Series, 2015), pp.186-207. pdf.
“Afghanistan’s Lost Decade.” Foreign Affairs 15 December 2011. url.
“Paths of Ruin: Why Revisionist States Arise and Die in World Politics.” pdf.
- APSA Helen Dwight Reid Prize for Best Dissertation in International Relations, Law, and Politics (2007)
- Esman Prize for Best Dissertation, Government Department, Cornell (2006).