Recent Publications

Steve Monroe. 2020. “Public sector employment in MENA: a comparison with world indicators.” The Economic Research Forum, August 31.
Risa J. Toha (with S. P. Harish). 2020. “Electoral Violence in Indonesia 20 Years after Reformasi.” in Democracy in Indonesia: From Stagnation to Regression? edited by Thomas Power and Eve Warburton. Singapore: ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.
Anju Mary Paul (with Brenda Yeoh). 2020. “Methodological Innovations in Studying Multinational Migrations.” Geographical Research – Special section editorial on Migration Methodologies. doi: 10.1111/1745-5871.12409
Rohan Mukherjee. 2020. “Chaos as Opportunity: The United States and World Order in India’s Grand Strategy.” Contemporary Politics. (doi: 10.1080/13569775.2020.1777040)
Anju Mary Paul (with Brenda Yeoh). 2020. “Studying Multinational Migrations, Speaking Back to Migration Theory.” Global Networks. doi: 10.1111/glob.12282
Rohan Mukherjee. 2020. “Unsafe Distancing: India and China Face Off Once Again.” China-India Brief, No. 160, Centre on Asia and Globalisation, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore.
Rohan Mukherjee. 2020. “Rethinking U.S. Alliances and Partnerships as Insurance Contracts.” AsiaGlobal Online. February 19, 2020.
Anju Mary Paul (with Nicole Lim) “Stigma on a Spectrum: Differentiated Stigmatization of Migrant Domestic Workers’ Romantic Relationships in Singapore.” Gender, Place and Culture. doi: 10.1080/0966369X.2019.1710474.
Rohan Mukherjee. 2019. “India-Pakistan Relations” in The Sage Handbook of Asian Foreign Policy edited by Takashi Inoguchi. New York: SAGE Publications.
Catherine Shea Sanger (with Nancy Gleason). 2020. “Diversity and Inclusion in Global Higher Education: Lessons from Across Asia.” New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Steven Oliver (with Kai Ostwald). 2020. “Four arenas: Malaysia’s 2018 election, reform, and democratisation.” Democratisation.
Risa Toha. 2019. Review of Wolfgang Sachsenroder‘s book “Power Broking in the Shade: Party Finances and Money Politics in Southeast Asia.” Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs 41(2): 320-322.
Rohan Mukherjee. 2019. “Climbing the Escalation Ladder: India and the Balakot Crisis.” Texas National Security Review. October 1 issue.
Anju M. Paul. 2019. “The Giving Up of Weekly Rest-Days by Migrant Domestic Workers in Singapore: When Submission is both Resistance and Victimhood.” Social Forces. (with Margaret Schumann)
Rohan Mukherjee. 2019. “Nuclear Ambiguity and International Status: India in the Eighteen-Nation Committee on Disarmament, 1962–1969,” in Manu Bhagavan (ed.), India and the Cold War. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
Rohan Mukherjee. 2019. “Looking West, Acting East: India’s Indo-Pacific Strategy.” In Malcolm Cook and Daljit Singh (eds.), Southeast Asian Affairs 2019. Singapore: ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.
Rohan Mukherjee. 2019. “Hedging in South Asia: Balancing Economic and Security Interests amid Sino-Indian Competition.” International Relations of the Asia-Pacific. (with Darren J. Lim)
Nancy W. Gleason. 2019. “Trends in preparing cyber-physical systems engineers.” Cyber-Physical Systems. (with Thi Bich Lieu Tran, Martin Törngren, Huu Duc Nguyen, Radoslav Paulen, and & Trong Hai Duong). DOI: 10.1080/23335777.2019.1600034
Peter L. Allen. 2019. “Agoda: Perpetual Disruption and Post-Acquisition Challenges.” Business Case Study. Singapore: Singapore Management University. (with Kenneth Goh and Lipika Bhattacharya)
Anju M. Paul. 2019. Book review of “High-Tech Housewives: Indian IT Workers, Gendered Labor, and Transmigration.” Journal of Gender Studies.
Rohan Mukherjee. 2019. Article Review 111 on “Democratic Accountability and Foreign Security Policy: Theory and Evidence from India.” H-Diplo/ISSF.
Anju M. Paul. 2019. “The Workplace-Entitlements Knowledge of Filipino and Indonesian Domestic Workers in Singapore.” Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies. DOI: 10.1080/15562948.2019.1571657 (with Stacey Yuen)
Rohan Mukherjee. 2019. “Two Cheers for the Liberal World Order: The International Order and Rising Powers in a Trumpian World.” International Security Studies Forum. 22 February 2019.
Peter L. Allen. 2019. “How the Sharing Economy Is Transforming the Short-term Rental Industry.” Published at Knowledge@Wharton. 14 February, 2019
Nancy Gleason. 2018. “Approaches in Developing Undergraduate IT Engineering Curriculum for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Malaysia and Vietnam.” Creative Education, 9, 2752-2772. (with Lieu, T. T. B., Duc, N. H., Hai, D. T., & Tam, N. D.)
Kim, Dong Jung. 2018. “Realists as Free Traders: The Struggle for Power and the Case against Protectionism.” International Affairs 94 (6): 1269-1286.
Kim, Dong Jung. Forthcoming. “Economic Deterrence through Economic Engagement.” Foreign Policy Analysis.
Kim, Dong Jung. Forthcoming. “A Prologue to Manifest Destiny: Why Britain Allowed the United States’ Unchallenged Rise in North America, 1836-1848.” Political Science Quarterly.
Robert Sutter and Chin-Hao Huang. 2018. “Assessing China’s Expanding Influence amid Strong Countercurrents,” Comparative Connections, vol. 20, no. 2, 53-62.
Anju Mary Paul. 2018. “The Destination Decision of Asian Postdoctoral Trainees: Advice from Asian-born, Western-trained Bioscientists.” Pp.279-300 in High-Skilled Migration: Drivers, Dynamics and Policies, edited by Mathias Czaika. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Anju Mary Paul. 2019. “Unequal Networks: Comparing the Pre-Migration Overseas Networks of Indonesian and Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers.” Global Networks 19(1): 44-65.
Rohan Mukherjee. 2018. “Pragmatism in Indian Strategic Thought: Evidence from the Nuclear Weapons Debate of the 1960s,” India Review, 17:1, 12-32 (with Rahul Sagar).
Rohan Mukherjee. 2018. “Japan’s Strategic Outreach to India and the Prospects of a Japan-India Alliance,” International Affairs, 94(4), 835-859.
Rohan Mukherjee. “Power and Indian Foreign Policy,” in Harsh V. Pant (ed.), New Directions in Indian Foreign Policy: Theory and Praxis (Cambridge University Press, 2018).
Rohan Mukherjee. 2018. “Indian Security Strategy in Thought and Practice,” India Review, 17:1, 1-11. (with Devesh Kapur)
Gleason, Nancy. “Singapore’s Higher Education Systems in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Preparing Lifelong Learners.” In Gleason, N. (Editor), Higher Education in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Palgrave Press, Singapore, 2018.
Gleason, Nancy. (Editor) Higher Education in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Palgrave Press, Singapore, 2018.
Steven Oliver and Kai Ostwald. 2018. “Explaining Elections in Singapore: Dominant Party Resilience and Valence Politics.” Journal of East Asian Studies 18(2), 129-156.
William Bain. ‘International Anarchy and Political Theology’, Journal of International Relations and Development, special issue (2018).
Patricia Craig. “US Politics in a Post Crisis Era: Populism, Polarization and Candidate Selection.” In The Selection of Politicians in Times of Crisis, Xavier Coller, Guillermo Cordero, Antonio M. Jaime-Castillo, eds. (2018) London: Routledge.
Rohan Mukherjee. 2017. “What Money Can’t Buy: The Security Externalities of China’s Economic Statecraft in Post-War Sri Lanka,” Asian Security, December 2017: 1-20 (with Darren J. Lim).
Chin-Hao Huang. “Obama’s Challenge to China: A Review.” The China Journal, 77, 2017.
Steven Oliver, Ryan Jablonski, and Justin V. Hastings. “The Tortuga Disease: The Perverse Effects of Illicit Foreign Capital.” International Studies Quarterly, May 2017.
Risa Toha and S.P. Harish. “A New Typology of Electoral Violence: Insights from Indonesia” Terrorism and Political Violence. May 2017.
Anju Mary Paul, “The Destination Decision of Asian Postdoctoral Trainees: Advice from Asian-born, Western-trained Bioscientists.” In High-Skilled Migration: Drivers, Dynamics and Policies, edited by Mathias Czaika. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Forthcoming, 2017.
Anju Mary Paul and Victoria Long, “Where to Train: Shifts in the Doctoral Destination Advice given to Asian Bioscience Students.” Global Studies, Forthcoming, 2017.
Anju Mary Paul, Editor. “Local Encounters in a Global City: Singapore Stories.” Singapore: Ethos Books, Forthcoming, 2017.
Anju Mary Paul, “Multinational Maids: Stepwise Migration in a Global Labor Market.” Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming, 2017.
William Bain. ‘The Medieval Contribution to International Relations’, Medieval Foundations of International Relations, William Bain, ed., (London: Routledge, 2017).
William Bain. ‘The Anarchical Society as Christian Political Theology’, The Anarchical Society at 40, Hidemi Suganami, Madeline Carr, and Adam Humphreys, eds., (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017).
William Bain. ‘International Relations and Intellectual History’, International Relations, 31.3 (2017): 213-26, (co-authored with Terry Nardin).
Patricia Craig. “Pressure and Politics in a Decentralized Candidate Selection System: The Case of the United States.” American Behavioral Scientist 60, no. 7, (2016): 799-818.
DJ Kim, “Trading with the Enemy? The Futility of US Commercial Countermeasures against Chinese Challenge,” Pacific Review, Forthcoming, 2016.
DJ Kim, “Choosing the Right Sidekick: Economic Complements to US Military Grand Strategies,” Journal of Strategic Studies, Forthcoming, 2016.
Rohan Mukherjee and Anthony Yazaki, editors. Poised for Partnership: Deepening India-Japan Relations in the Asian Century, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Risa J. Toha, “Political Competition and Ethnic Riots in Democratic Transition: A Lesson from Indonesia,” British Journal of Political Science, Forthcoming 2016.
Anju Mary Paul and Victoria Long, “Human-Capital to Build World-Class Research Universities in Asia: Impact on Global Flows” in The Transnational Politics of Higher Education: Contesting the Global / Transforming the Local, edited by Meng-Hsuan Chou, Isaac A. Kamola, and Tamson Pietsch. Routledge, 2016, pp. 130-155.
Anju Mary Paul, “Capital and Mobility in the Stepwise International Migrations of Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers,” Migration Studies, Vol. 3, No. 3, October 2015, pp. 438-459.
Anju Mary Paul, “Negotiating Migration, Performing Gender,” Social Forces, Vol. 94, No. 1, September 2015, pp. 271-293.
Robert Sutter and Chin-Hao Huang, “China-Southeast Asia Relations: Ambitious Economic Initiatives amid Boundary Disputes,” Comparative Connections, Vol .17, No. 1, January 2015, pp. 57-66.
Chin-Hao Huang and Patrick James, “Blue, Green, or Aquamarine?: Taiwan and the Status Quo Preference in Cross-Strait Relations,” The China Quarterly, Vol. 219, September 2014, pp. 670-692.
Chin-Hao Huang and Olawale Ismail, “China-Africa Relations: A New Security Paradigm?” in The Security Activities of External Actors in Africa, edited by Olawale Ismail and Elisabeth Skons. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.
Rohan Mukherjee, “The False Promise of India’s Soft Power,” Geopolitics, History, and International Relations, Issue 1, 2014, pp. 46-62.
Rohan Mukherjee, “Continuity and Change in India’s Foreign Policy,” in Globalisation, Development, and Security in Asia, edited by Benny Cheng guan Teh, Sarah Y Tong, Jie Li, Chi-Jen Yang, and Jieli Li. Singapore: World Scientific, 2014, pp. 75-94.