Editor, with Introduction, Russia’s European Choice (Pelgrave, 2008)
Editor, with Vladimir Gelman, with Introduction, (The Center and regional identities in Russia) Saint Petersburg, Russia: European University in Saint Petersburg University Press, 2003)
Social Construction of International Politics, Identities, and Foreign Policies, Moscow 1955 and 1999, (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2002) explored the domestic identity terrains of the Soviet Union in 1955 and Russia in 1999 to make sense of Moscow’s foreign relations.
Editor, with an Introduction, Understandings of Russian Foreign Policy, (Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999)
Peripheral Visions: Deterrence Theory and American Foreign Policy in the Third World, 1965-1990, (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994). This book empirically refutes deterrence theory’s claims that states must fight wars in the periphery in order to maintain their credibility in the strategic areas around the globe. In short, the US war in Vietnam was an unnecessary war for reputation.