Brian Rathbun
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A rose by any other name: Neoclassical realism as the logical and necessary extension of structural realism
B Rathbun
Security Studies 17 (2), 294-321, 2008
Partisan interventions: European party politics and peace enforcement in the Balkans
BC Rathbun
Cornell University Press, 2004
Uncertain about uncertainty: understanding the multiple meanings of a crucial concept in international relations theory
BC Rathbun
International studies quarterly 51 (3), 533-557, 2007
Moral support: How moral values shape foreign policy attitudes
JD Kertzer, KE Powers, BC Rathbun, R Iyer
The Journal of Politics 76 (3), 825-840, 2014
Interviewing and qualitative field methods: pragmatism and practicalities
BC Rathbun
The Oxford handbook of political methodology, 2008
Trust in international cooperation: International security institutions, domestic politics and American multilateralism
BC Rathbun
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Before hegemony: Generalized trust and the creation and design of international security organizations
BC Rathbun
International Organization 65 (2), 243-273, 2011
Hierarchy and community at home and abroad: Evidence of a common structure of domestic and foreign policy beliefs in American elites
BC Rathbun
Journal of Conflict Resolution 51 (3), 379-407, 2007
Taking foreign policy personally: Personal values and foreign policy attitudes
BC Rathbun, JD Kertzer, J Reifler, P Goren, TJ Scotto
International Studies Quarterly 60 (1), 124-137, 2016
It takes all types: social psychology, trust, and the international relations paradigm in our minds
BC Rathbun
International Theory 1 (3), 345-380, 2009
Diplomacy’s value: Creating security in 1920s Europe and the contemporary Middle East
BC Rathbun
Cornell University Press, 2014
Does one right make a realist? Conservatism, neoconservatism, and isolationism in the foreign policy ideology of American elites
BC Rathbun
Political Science Quarterly 123 (2), 271-299, 2008
Is anybody not an (international relations) liberal?
BC Rathbun
Security Studies 19 (1), 2-25, 2010
Fair is fair: Social preferences and reciprocity in international politics
JD Kertzer, BC Rathbun
World Politics 67 (4), 613-655, 2015
The ‘magnificent fraud’: Trust, international cooperation, and the hidden domestic politics of American multilateralism after World War II
BC Rathbun
International Studies Quarterly 55 (1), 1-21, 2011
Homo diplomaticus: Mixed-method evidence of variation in strategic rationality
BC Rathbun, JD Kertzer, M Paradis
International Organization 71 (S1), S33-S60, 2017
Politics and paradigm preferences: The implicit ideology of international relations scholars
B Rathbun
International Studies Quarterly 56 (3), 607-622, 2012
Populist referendum: Was ‘Brexit’an expression of nativist and anti-elitist sentiment?
E Iakhnis, B Rathbun, J Reifler, TJ Scotto
Research & Politics 5 (2), 2053168018773964, 2018
Steeped in International Affairs?: The Foreign Policy Views of the Tea Party
B Rathbun
Foreign Policy Analysis 9 (1), 21-37, 2013
From vicious to virtuous circle: Moralistic trust, diffuse reciprocity, and the American security commitment to Europe
BC Rathbun
European Journal of International Relations 18 (2), 323-344, 2012
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