Interests include conflict and cooperation between adversaries, international institutions, environmental security, the political economy of developing nations, Middle East politics, and South Asian politics with focus on India and Pakistan.
Facilitating Treaty Formation to Govern International Rivers (with Shlomi Dinar and Sara McLaughlin Mitchell), International Studies Quarterly (2011)
An introduction is presented for a special section of articles about treaty formation, types of...
Fragmented Governance of International Rivers: Negotiating Bilateral Versus Multilateral Treaties (with Sara McLaughlin Mitchell), International Studies Quarterly (2011)
Despite warnings of interstate conflict over shared water resources, states are reaching hundreds of treaties...
Cooperating Rivals: The Riparian Politics of the Jordan River Basin, by J. Soslan, Perspectives on Politics (2010)
Earthly Politics: Local and Global in Environmental Politics, edited by Sheila Jassanoff and Marybeth Long Martello, Journal of Politics (2005)
Fragmented Governance of International Rivers: Negotiating Bilateral versus Multilateral Treaties (with Sara Mitchell), Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (2009)
Accounting For The Rise Of Bilateral Verses Multilateral Agreements Over International Rivers, 2008 (2008)
I examine the possible impact of balance of power among riparian states, the degree of...