This book shows that the United States has unique advantages over other nations that, if used wisely, will allow it to remain the world's only superpower throughout this century. The book has been reviewed in numerous media including the New York Times, Foreign Affairs, and the National Interest.
This article was selected as one of the "Best of 2020" by Foreign Affairs and was written with the support of the America in the World Consortium, a collaboration involving Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Texas.
U.S. China Policy under Trump (In The Trump Doctrine and the Emerging International System, Palgrave MacMillan, 2020).
A Political Economy Approach to Understanding Global Power Transitions (Journal of Global Security Studies, February 2020).
New technologies enable Russia and China to destroy U.S. bases and logistics networks—including those on the homeland. (Foreign Policy, November 2019)
This article was selected as one of the "Best of 2019" by Foreign Affairs.
This article was selected as one of the "Best of 2018" by Foreign Affairs.
This study won the Best International Security Article of the Year Award from the American Political Science Association and has been featured in the National Review.
(Journal of East Asian Studies, January 2018)
This study was awarded honorable mention for the 2016 Outstanding Article in International History and Politics by the American Political Science Association and featured in the Washington Post and Vox. The data appendix is available here.
Why America's Edge Will Endure (International Security, Winter 2011/12)
This study was featured in The National Interest, NPR, MIT Podcasts, National Review, The Dish, The Harvard Business Review, The Monkey Cage, The Interpreter, and Foreign Policy and was circulated as a policy brief.