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Robert E. Latham

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Department of Politics

Professor

Office: Ross Building South, 635
Phone: 647-718-9069 Ext: 46011
Email: rlatham1@yorku.ca
Primary website: http://www.yorku.academia.edu/RobertLatham

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Degrees

Ph.D., Department of Political Science, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research
Master of Arts, Department of Political Science, University of Chicago
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Pomona College, Claremont, California

Research Interests

Politics and Government , Economics, Communications, Political Theory, International Relations, Interested in political economy, borders, sovereignty, radical political alternatives, environmental studies, politics of new media, critical theories of conflict, transnational politics, governance, intervention // Marxism, Anarchism, spatial politics, democracy, political ecology, knowledge, citizenship and post-nationality, temporality, international sociology and IR, imperialism and empire, state theory; liberalism
Books

Publication
Year

2016 The Politics of Evasion: A Post-Globalization Dialogue Along the Edge of the State (single author book) Routledge, Interventions series (204 pps)

2016

2014 Liberating Temporariness? imagining alternatives to permanence as a pathway for social inclusion (co-edited with Valerie Preston and Leah Vosko), Queens-McGill University Press.

2014

2005 Digital Formations: Information Technology and New Architectures in the Global Realm. Edited Volume: co-edited with Saskia Sassen, Princeton University Press) (368 pps)
-“Digital Formations: Constructing an Object of Study;” introduction, co-written with S. Sassen (35 pps.).

2005

2003 Bombs and Bandwidth: The Emerging Relationship between Information Technology and Security. Edited volume: The New Press. (326 pps.)
-“Introduction” (25 pps.)

2003

2001 Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa: Global/Local Networks of Power. Co-edited volume with Thomas Callaghy and Ronald Kassimir (Cambridge University Press) (322 pps.).
-“Introduction: transboundary formations, intervention, order, and authority”…co-written with T. Callaghy and R. Kassimer (23 pps).
-“Toward a new research agenda,” co-written with R. Kassimir (13 pps.).

2001

1997 The Liberal Moment: Modernity, Security, and the Making of Postwar International Order. Columbia University Press. In series, New Directions in World Politics. (281 pps)

1997

Book Chapters

Publication
Year

2018 “Residual silences Toward a radical activist politics of association, in Sophia Dingl and Thomas Cooke, eds. Political Silence(s): investigations at the nexus of silence, power and agency. Routledge

2018

2014 Introduction: Liberating Temporariness? Imagining Alternatives to Permanence as a Pathway for Social Inclusion.
Robert Latham, Leah F. Vosko, Valerie Preston, and Melisa Bretón in Liberating Temporariness (co-edited with Preston and Vosko)

2014

2014 “Temporal Orders, Re-Collective Justice, and the Making of Untimely States.” Independent chap- ter for co-edited volume, Liberating Temporariness (Queens-MacGill University Press)

2014

2002 “Mapping Global/Local Spaces.” In Yale Ferguson and R.J. Barry Jones (eds.), Political Space: The New Frontier of Global Politics. SUNY Press. (21 pps.)

2002

2001 “Identifying the Contours of Transboundary Political Life.” In Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa, ed. Callaghy, Kassimir, and Latham (Cambridge University Press) (25 pps.)

2001

2001 “Liberalism and War.” In International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. (6 encyclopedia pps.)

2001

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

2011 Book review of David Ekbladh, The Great American Mission: Modernization and the Construction of an American World Order (Princeton). Cold War History. Spring.

2011

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

2018 Augmenting the Left AT Kingsmith, J von Bargen, KB Murray, R Latham. Global Discourse 8 (2), 157-168

2018

2018 Contemporary capitalism, uneven development, and the arc of anti-capitalism R Latham. Global Discourse 8 (2), 169-186

2018

2014 “Spatial Alternatives and Counter-Sovereignties in Israel/Palestine” International Political Soci- ology 8/1 (March), pp. 63–81, co-authored with Nir Gazit

2014

2014 “The Governance of Visibility: Bodies, Information and the Politics of Anonymity Across the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands” Alternatives: Global, Local, Political 39/1 (February), pp. 17-36

2014

2013 “Power and Inclusion: relations of knowledge and environmental monitoring in the arctic Journal of Northern Studies 7/1 (September), pp. 7-30, co-author, Lisa Williams

2013

2012 “At the Permanent-Temporary Divide: How Canada (Re)produces Temporariness and Makes Cit- izens through its Security, Work, and Settlement Policies.” Citizenship Studies 16/3-4(April), 483-510 (24pp), co-authored with Valerie Preston, Leah Vosko, Deepa Rajkumar, and Laurel Berkowitz

2012

2010 “Border Formations: Subjectivity and Security at the Border” (Citizenship Studies) (April) (21pp)

2010

2008 “What Are We? From a Multicultural to a Multiversal Canada.” International Journal (Spring)

2008

2006 “Knowledge and Governance in the Digital Age: The Politics of Monitoring Planetary Life.” First Monday (September) (18 pps).

2006

2002 “Information Technology and Social Transformation” (Review Essay). International Studies Review, (Spring) (15 pps.).

2002

2001 “The Public Relevance of International Security Research in an Era of Globalism.” Co-authored with Martin Malin. International Studies Perspectives (Summer) (10 pps.).

2001

2000 “Social Sovereignty.” Theory, Culture & Society (August) (18 pps.).

2000

1997 “Globalization and Democratic Provisionism: Re-Reading Polanyi.” New Political Economy (Winter). (11 pps.)

1997

1997 "History, Theory, and International Order: Some Lessons from the Nineteenth Century." Review of International Studies (Fall) (24 pps.).

1997

1996 "Getting Out From Under: Rethinking Security Beyond Liberalism and the Level-of-Analysis Problem." Millennium: Journal of International Studies (Spring) (32 pps.).

1996

1995 "Liberalism's Order / Liberalism's Other: A Genealogy of Threat." Alternatives. (Winter) (36 pps.)

1995

1995 "Thinking About Security After the Cold War." International Studies Notes (Fall) (8 pps.).

1995

1993 "Democracy and War-Making: Locating the International Liberal Context." Millennium: Journal of International Studies. (Summer) (25 pps.)

1993

Professional Journal Articles

Publication
Year

2013 “Migration and Institutional Innovation at the Edge of the State” Tikkun Magazine (August)

2013

2009 “A Tale of Two Obamas” Canada Watch Feb/March (6 pp.)

2009

2009 “After Multiculturalism: Canada and its Multiversal Future” Canada Watch Fall 6pp

2009

2000 “The Politics and History of Responsibility across Boundaries.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs (Summer/Fall) (12 pps.).

2000

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

2010 "Israel and Palestine: Social Space, Security, and Alternative Sovereignties", Bogazici University DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS July

2010

2009 Workshop Paper, “Mobile Subjectivity and Border Security” Border Governance: A Comparative North American Perspective, IberoAmericana University, Mexico City

2009

2009 Conference Paper, “Post-Multiculturalism and Transnationality,”, Conference, Toward and Demcocratic Cosmopolis: Diaspora, Citizenship, and Recognition, York University

2009

2008 Conference Paper, “Borders, Knowledge, and Justice.” Security and Exclusion, Centre for Studies in Social Justice University of Windsor

2008

2008 “Diasporas and Multiversal Politics” Presentation at workshop, Diasporas and Insecurity: Diasporas, Democracy, and Canada

2008

2008 “What can a Post-Multicultural Society Look Like?” Main keynote speaker, International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations

2008

2007 Commenator on "Minority Rights and the New International Politics of Diversity" by Will Kymlicka, Conference for Political Thought – Toronto Chapter.

2007

2007 “Exploring the Relationship between Transnational Relations and Transnational Law as Fields of Study.” Paper delivered at the YCISS Afternoon Seminar Series. 20 February. York University.

2007

2007 “Meta-Security.” Presentation at the Security and Defence Forum-Net Workshop, Developing Security?, McMaster University.

2007

2007 “Reframing Twenty-First Century Military Identity.” Presentation at the Security and Defence Forum-Net Workshop, Popular Violence. York University

2007

2007 “Situating U.S. Policy in Africa.” Presentation for Roundtable Africom/Africaplan: The New Scramble for Africa. York University.

2007

2007 “Translocality and Intervention.” Presentation at the Lines of Flight Seminar Series, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University.

2007

2007 “U.S.-Iran, Crisis as a Mode of Engagement.” Presentation for Roundtable, “Iran and the Politics of Crisis.” York University.

2007

2007 “What Are We? From a Multicultural to a Multiversal Canada.” Con/founding Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University.

2007

2005 “Do Liberal Orders Crash and Burn or Just Fade Away?” 2005 Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

2005

2003 “International Conflict, Cooperation and IT.” Presentation on panel, “Critical Perspectives on Conflict Resolution,” Fulbright Program.

2003

2003 “The Pursuit of Necessary Knowledge.” Presentation at the UNDP Global Meeting on ICT for Development, Ottawa.

2003

2003 “The Technologies of Global Activism.” Presentation on panel, “The Growth of Web Activism: the Use of the Internet as a Political Tool,” School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University.

2003

2002 “Information Technology and Social Change.” Paper for panel, New Information Technologies: Perspectives from the Research Field, Markle Foundation.

2002

2001 “The Practice of Multilateral Diplomacy in the Information Age.” Presentation at Workshop, “E-Diplomacy and International Organizations.” Center for Global Change and Governance, Rutgers University.

2001

2000 “History, Theory, and Trans-Boundary Relations.” Roundtable presentation at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Los Angeles.

2000

1999 “Changing Conceptions of Sovereignty.” Presentation at workshop, “Migration and the (Supra-National) State,” sponsored by the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizen-ship and the European Union Center, New York.

1999

1999 “The Relevance of Political Science for Diplomatic History.” Rountable presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, Princeton University.

1999

1998 “Transterritorial Deployments, International Arenas, and Translocal Networks.” Paper presented at Pan-European International Relations Conference sponsored by the European Standing Group for International Relations and the International Studies Association, Vienna, Austria

1998

1997 "Bringing Modernity In: the Stakes for Security Studies." 1997 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto.

1997

1997 “Towards a Translocal Politics of Human Rights.” Human Rights Working Group, Center for the Social Sciences, Columbia University.

1997

1996 “Going Local: International Order and the Remaking of U.S. Foreign Policy after the Cold War.” 1996 annual meeting of the American Political Science Assoc., San Francisco.

1996

1996 “Modernity and Security.” 1996 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, San Diego.

1996

1995 "Global Governance as an International Political Form." 1995 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Chicago, Illinois.

1995

1994 "Getting Out From Under: Rethinking Security beyond Liberalism and the Level-of-Analysis Problem." 1994 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, New York.

1994

1994 "International Liberalism in Perspective: The Nineteenth-Century Antecedents." 1994 International Political Science Association Congress, Berlin.

1994

1993 "Liberalism as an International Order: Europe and the World." 1993 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Acapulco, Mexico.

1993

1993 "The Strategic Dimensions of International Liberal Order: Some Lessons from the Cold War." 1993 annual meeting of the Northeast International Studies Association, Newark, New Jersey.

1993

1992 "Atlantic Cooperation and International Liberalism: Is a Military Order a Necessary Condition?" 1992 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois.

1992

1992 "International Liberalism, the Cold War and the Political Contours of the Post-WWII International System in Europe." 1992 annual meeting of the Northeast International Studies Association, Providence, R.I.

1992

1992 “Liberalism, Security, and the New Europe." Fall conference of the Center for Politics, Theory, and Policy, "The Shape of Things to Come: Reflections on the Post-Cold War World," New School for Social Research, New York.

1992

1992 “Military Force and the Organization of an International Liberal Order: A Reconsideration." 1992 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, Georgia.

1992


TO SEE PROFILE AND PUBLICATIONS GO TO: http://yorku.academia.edu/RobertLatham

Degrees

Ph.D., Department of Political Science, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research
Master of Arts, Department of Political Science, University of Chicago
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Pomona College, Claremont, California

Research Interests

Politics and Government , Economics, Communications, Political Theory, International Relations, Interested in political economy, borders, sovereignty, radical political alternatives, environmental studies, politics of new media, critical theories of conflict, transnational politics, governance, intervention // Marxism, Anarchism, spatial politics, democracy, political ecology, knowledge, citizenship and post-nationality, temporality, international sociology and IR, imperialism and empire, state theory; liberalism

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

2018 “Residual silences Toward a radical activist politics of association, in Sophia Dingl and Thomas Cooke, eds. Political Silence(s): investigations at the nexus of silence, power and agency. Routledge

2018

2014 Introduction: Liberating Temporariness? Imagining Alternatives to Permanence as a Pathway for Social Inclusion.
Robert Latham, Leah F. Vosko, Valerie Preston, and Melisa Bretón in Liberating Temporariness (co-edited with Preston and Vosko)

2014

2014 “Temporal Orders, Re-Collective Justice, and the Making of Untimely States.” Independent chap- ter for co-edited volume, Liberating Temporariness (Queens-MacGill University Press)

2014

2002 “Mapping Global/Local Spaces.” In Yale Ferguson and R.J. Barry Jones (eds.), Political Space: The New Frontier of Global Politics. SUNY Press. (21 pps.)

2002

2001 “Identifying the Contours of Transboundary Political Life.” In Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa, ed. Callaghy, Kassimir, and Latham (Cambridge University Press) (25 pps.)

2001

2001 “Liberalism and War.” In International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. (6 encyclopedia pps.)

2001

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

2011 Book review of David Ekbladh, The Great American Mission: Modernization and the Construction of an American World Order (Princeton). Cold War History. Spring.

2011

Books

Publication
Year

2016 The Politics of Evasion: A Post-Globalization Dialogue Along the Edge of the State (single author book) Routledge, Interventions series (204 pps)

2016

2014 Liberating Temporariness? imagining alternatives to permanence as a pathway for social inclusion (co-edited with Valerie Preston and Leah Vosko), Queens-McGill University Press.

2014

2005 Digital Formations: Information Technology and New Architectures in the Global Realm. Edited Volume: co-edited with Saskia Sassen, Princeton University Press) (368 pps)
-“Digital Formations: Constructing an Object of Study;” introduction, co-written with S. Sassen (35 pps.).

2005

2003 Bombs and Bandwidth: The Emerging Relationship between Information Technology and Security. Edited volume: The New Press. (326 pps.)
-“Introduction” (25 pps.)

2003

2001 Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa: Global/Local Networks of Power. Co-edited volume with Thomas Callaghy and Ronald Kassimir (Cambridge University Press) (322 pps.).
-“Introduction: transboundary formations, intervention, order, and authority”…co-written with T. Callaghy and R. Kassimer (23 pps).
-“Toward a new research agenda,” co-written with R. Kassimir (13 pps.).

2001

1997 The Liberal Moment: Modernity, Security, and the Making of Postwar International Order. Columbia University Press. In series, New Directions in World Politics. (281 pps)

1997

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

2018 Augmenting the Left AT Kingsmith, J von Bargen, KB Murray, R Latham. Global Discourse 8 (2), 157-168

2018

2018 Contemporary capitalism, uneven development, and the arc of anti-capitalism R Latham. Global Discourse 8 (2), 169-186

2018

2014 “Spatial Alternatives and Counter-Sovereignties in Israel/Palestine” International Political Soci- ology 8/1 (March), pp. 63–81, co-authored with Nir Gazit

2014

2014 “The Governance of Visibility: Bodies, Information and the Politics of Anonymity Across the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands” Alternatives: Global, Local, Political 39/1 (February), pp. 17-36

2014

2013 “Power and Inclusion: relations of knowledge and environmental monitoring in the arctic Journal of Northern Studies 7/1 (September), pp. 7-30, co-author, Lisa Williams

2013

2012 “At the Permanent-Temporary Divide: How Canada (Re)produces Temporariness and Makes Cit- izens through its Security, Work, and Settlement Policies.” Citizenship Studies 16/3-4(April), 483-510 (24pp), co-authored with Valerie Preston, Leah Vosko, Deepa Rajkumar, and Laurel Berkowitz

2012

2010 “Border Formations: Subjectivity and Security at the Border” (Citizenship Studies) (April) (21pp)

2010

2008 “What Are We? From a Multicultural to a Multiversal Canada.” International Journal (Spring)

2008

2006 “Knowledge and Governance in the Digital Age: The Politics of Monitoring Planetary Life.” First Monday (September) (18 pps).

2006

2002 “Information Technology and Social Transformation” (Review Essay). International Studies Review, (Spring) (15 pps.).

2002

2001 “The Public Relevance of International Security Research in an Era of Globalism.” Co-authored with Martin Malin. International Studies Perspectives (Summer) (10 pps.).

2001

2000 “Social Sovereignty.” Theory, Culture & Society (August) (18 pps.).

2000

1997 “Globalization and Democratic Provisionism: Re-Reading Polanyi.” New Political Economy (Winter). (11 pps.)

1997

1997 "History, Theory, and International Order: Some Lessons from the Nineteenth Century." Review of International Studies (Fall) (24 pps.).

1997

1996 "Getting Out From Under: Rethinking Security Beyond Liberalism and the Level-of-Analysis Problem." Millennium: Journal of International Studies (Spring) (32 pps.).

1996

1995 "Liberalism's Order / Liberalism's Other: A Genealogy of Threat." Alternatives. (Winter) (36 pps.)

1995

1995 "Thinking About Security After the Cold War." International Studies Notes (Fall) (8 pps.).

1995

1993 "Democracy and War-Making: Locating the International Liberal Context." Millennium: Journal of International Studies. (Summer) (25 pps.)

1993

Professional Journal Articles

Publication
Year

2013 “Migration and Institutional Innovation at the Edge of the State” Tikkun Magazine (August)

2013

2009 “A Tale of Two Obamas” Canada Watch Feb/March (6 pp.)

2009

2009 “After Multiculturalism: Canada and its Multiversal Future” Canada Watch Fall 6pp

2009

2000 “The Politics and History of Responsibility across Boundaries.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs (Summer/Fall) (12 pps.).

2000

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

2010 "Israel and Palestine: Social Space, Security, and Alternative Sovereignties", Bogazici University DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS July

2010

2009 Workshop Paper, “Mobile Subjectivity and Border Security” Border Governance: A Comparative North American Perspective, IberoAmericana University, Mexico City

2009

2009 Conference Paper, “Post-Multiculturalism and Transnationality,”, Conference, Toward and Demcocratic Cosmopolis: Diaspora, Citizenship, and Recognition, York University

2009

2008 Conference Paper, “Borders, Knowledge, and Justice.” Security and Exclusion, Centre for Studies in Social Justice University of Windsor

2008

2008 “Diasporas and Multiversal Politics” Presentation at workshop, Diasporas and Insecurity: Diasporas, Democracy, and Canada

2008

2008 “What can a Post-Multicultural Society Look Like?” Main keynote speaker, International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations

2008

2007 Commenator on "Minority Rights and the New International Politics of Diversity" by Will Kymlicka, Conference for Political Thought – Toronto Chapter.

2007

2007 “Exploring the Relationship between Transnational Relations and Transnational Law as Fields of Study.” Paper delivered at the YCISS Afternoon Seminar Series. 20 February. York University.

2007

2007 “Meta-Security.” Presentation at the Security and Defence Forum-Net Workshop, Developing Security?, McMaster University.

2007

2007 “Reframing Twenty-First Century Military Identity.” Presentation at the Security and Defence Forum-Net Workshop, Popular Violence. York University

2007

2007 “Situating U.S. Policy in Africa.” Presentation for Roundtable Africom/Africaplan: The New Scramble for Africa. York University.

2007

2007 “Translocality and Intervention.” Presentation at the Lines of Flight Seminar Series, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University.

2007

2007 “U.S.-Iran, Crisis as a Mode of Engagement.” Presentation for Roundtable, “Iran and the Politics of Crisis.” York University.

2007

2007 “What Are We? From a Multicultural to a Multiversal Canada.” Con/founding Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University.

2007

2005 “Do Liberal Orders Crash and Burn or Just Fade Away?” 2005 Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

2005

2003 “International Conflict, Cooperation and IT.” Presentation on panel, “Critical Perspectives on Conflict Resolution,” Fulbright Program.

2003

2003 “The Pursuit of Necessary Knowledge.” Presentation at the UNDP Global Meeting on ICT for Development, Ottawa.

2003

2003 “The Technologies of Global Activism.” Presentation on panel, “The Growth of Web Activism: the Use of the Internet as a Political Tool,” School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University.

2003

2002 “Information Technology and Social Change.” Paper for panel, New Information Technologies: Perspectives from the Research Field, Markle Foundation.

2002

2001 “The Practice of Multilateral Diplomacy in the Information Age.” Presentation at Workshop, “E-Diplomacy and International Organizations.” Center for Global Change and Governance, Rutgers University.

2001

2000 “History, Theory, and Trans-Boundary Relations.” Roundtable presentation at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Los Angeles.

2000

1999 “Changing Conceptions of Sovereignty.” Presentation at workshop, “Migration and the (Supra-National) State,” sponsored by the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizen-ship and the European Union Center, New York.

1999

1999 “The Relevance of Political Science for Diplomatic History.” Rountable presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, Princeton University.

1999

1998 “Transterritorial Deployments, International Arenas, and Translocal Networks.” Paper presented at Pan-European International Relations Conference sponsored by the European Standing Group for International Relations and the International Studies Association, Vienna, Austria

1998

1997 "Bringing Modernity In: the Stakes for Security Studies." 1997 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto.

1997

1997 “Towards a Translocal Politics of Human Rights.” Human Rights Working Group, Center for the Social Sciences, Columbia University.

1997

1996 “Going Local: International Order and the Remaking of U.S. Foreign Policy after the Cold War.” 1996 annual meeting of the American Political Science Assoc., San Francisco.

1996

1996 “Modernity and Security.” 1996 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, San Diego.

1996

1995 "Global Governance as an International Political Form." 1995 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Chicago, Illinois.

1995

1994 "Getting Out From Under: Rethinking Security beyond Liberalism and the Level-of-Analysis Problem." 1994 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, New York.

1994

1994 "International Liberalism in Perspective: The Nineteenth-Century Antecedents." 1994 International Political Science Association Congress, Berlin.

1994

1993 "Liberalism as an International Order: Europe and the World." 1993 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Acapulco, Mexico.

1993

1993 "The Strategic Dimensions of International Liberal Order: Some Lessons from the Cold War." 1993 annual meeting of the Northeast International Studies Association, Newark, New Jersey.

1993

1992 "Atlantic Cooperation and International Liberalism: Is a Military Order a Necessary Condition?" 1992 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois.

1992

1992 "International Liberalism, the Cold War and the Political Contours of the Post-WWII International System in Europe." 1992 annual meeting of the Northeast International Studies Association, Providence, R.I.

1992

1992 “Liberalism, Security, and the New Europe." Fall conference of the Center for Politics, Theory, and Policy, "The Shape of Things to Come: Reflections on the Post-Cold War World," New School for Social Research, New York.

1992

1992 “Military Force and the Organization of an International Liberal Order: A Reconsideration." 1992 annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, Georgia.

1992