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1 CURRICULUM VITAE 7/18 Daniel Horace Deudney Department of Political Science Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland CURRENT: Associate Professor (tenured), Department of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University. EDUCATION: 1989: PhD. Princeton University (International Relations). Dissertation: Global Geopolitics: A Reconstruction and Evaluation of Materialist World Order Theories of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. 1986: MA. Princeton University, (Politics), Areas of concentration: International Relations; Political Theory; and Military, History, Strategy, and Politics;. 1985: MPA. The George Washington University, Program in Science, Technology and Public Policy, School of Public and International Affairs, Washington D.C. (courses in International Energy Policy, Technology Assessment, Futures, Environmental Policy, Space Policy, and Science Policy). (Thesis: International Cooperation in Outer Space ). 1975: BA. Yale University, magna cum laude, Double major in Philosophy and Political Science. Departmental Honors in both majors. (Senior essay: Socrates Made Musical: A Reading of Plato and Nietzsche ) 1

2 1976 University of California, Berkeley, intensive summer workshop in classical Greek and graduate courses in philosophy and political science R.J.Reynolds High School, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Valedictorian, class of National Merit Scholar. First Place Speaker, and First Place Team, North Carolina Debate Tournament; Third Place Team, National Debate Tournament; Eagle Scout. AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS: 2010, Book of the Decade, International Studies Association, (co-winner) (for Bounding Power). AWARD 2010, Best Article in European Journal of International Relations, 2009 presented by the European Consortium for Social Research, January 2011 (for article on the balance of power in world history, co-authored with William Wohlforth, et al.). AWARD 2010, The Gold Cup, presented by the senior class of 2010 to faculty member who had greatest contribution to intellectual development of senior class, April TEACHING AWARD , Senior Research Fellowship, TransAtlantic Academy of the German Marshall Fund, Washington D.C. (full salary, research and travel support for academic year ). FELLOWSHIP 2010, Program in New Normative Orders, University of Frankfurt, Germany, July 2010 (two week series of lectures and seminars). VISITING DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR 2008, Jervis-Schroeder Prize for Best Book in International Politics and History, (co-winner) (for Bounding Power) American Political Science Association, September AWARD 2005, Alumni Association Distinguished Teaching Award, Johns Hopkins University. TEACHING AWARD 2

3 2001, Award for Distinguished Teaching, Johns Hopkins University. TECAHING AWARD , Seth Feinstein Fund, Princeton University, (support for research on global security and environment) ($5,000 per year). GRANT 2001, Kenan Fund for Course Development, School of Arts and Science, Johns Hopkins University, ($5,000). GRANT 1996 Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, University of Pennsylvania. TEACHING AWARD , Julian and Janice Bers Assistant Professor of the Social Sciences, University of Pennsylvania (term chair). AWARD 1996, Mary Parker Follett Prize, for best article in Politics and History published in 1995, awarded by the Politics and History Section of the American Political Science Association. AWARD. 1989, Hewlett Postdoctoral Fellowship in Science, Technology, and Society, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, Princeton University. FELLOWSHIP 1986, MacArthur Foundation, Doctoral research support grant through the Center of International Studies, Princeton University. FELLOWSHIP 1974, National Science Foundation, Grant for research in the political philosophy of American pragmatism and its relationship to Marxism. GRANT TEACHING: COURSES: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY Global Security Politics, undergraduate lecture, SPRING 2018 Politics of TransHumansim, senior seminar, SPRING 2018 Nuclear Weapons and World Order, graduate/senior seminar, (with Professor Steven David), SPRING 2018 Politics of Outer Space, undergraduate seminar, FALL 2017 Nuclear Weapons and World Order, undergraduate seminar, FALL 2017 Global Security Politics, undergraduate lecture, SPRING

4 Planetary Interdependence and World Government, undergraduate seminar, SPRING 2017 Politics of Outer Space, undergraduate seminar, FALL 2016 Topics in Global Security Politics: Catastrophic and Existential Threats, undergraduate seminar, FALL 2016 Nuclear Weapons and World Order, undergraduate seminar, SPRING 2016 Global Security Politics, undergraduate lecture, SPRING 2015 Republican Orders and Sustainability, undergraduate seminar, FALL 2014 Technology and Politics, graduate seminar, FALL 2014 Planetary Geopolitics, undergraduate seminar, SPRING 2014 Environmental Politics, graduate seminar, (with Professor Bentley Allan) SPRING 2014 International Politics, undergraduate lecture, FALL 2013 Global Security Politics, undergraduate lecture, 60 students, SPRING 2013 Geopolitics, graduate seminar, SPRING 2013 Republicanism, upper-level lecture course, FALL 2012 America and the World, senior seminar, FALL 2012 Liberalism and World Order, graduate seminar, SPRING 2012 Geopolitics and Nuclear Weapons, undergraduate seminar, SPRING 2012 Geopolitics of Outer Space, undergraduate seminar, SPRING 2012 International Politics, introductory lecture, FALL 2011 Republicanism, upper-level lecture course, FALL Republicanism, upper-level lecture course, SPRING 2010 Nuclear Weapons and World Order, graduate seminar, SPRING 2010 Global Security Politics: Workshop, FALL 2009 Global Security Politics: Workshop, FALL 2009 Republicanism upper-level lecture, SPRING 2009 Global Security Politics, undergraduate lecture, SPRING 2009 International Politics , introductory lecture, FALL World Government, graduate seminar, FALL 2008 Liberal IR Theory, graduate/senior seminar, FALL Realist IR Theory, graduate/senior seminar, FALL The Constitution and the International System, graduate seminar, SPRING International Politics, introductory lecture, FALL Republicanism, advanced lecture, FALL Global Security Politics, undergraduate lecture, SPRING Realist IR Theory, senior seminar and graduate field survey, SPRING Global Security Politics, senior seminar/workshop, FALL

5 US Foreign Policy: The War on Terrorism, senior seminar, FALL Global Security Politics, undergraduate lecture, SPRING Liberal IR Theory, graduate seminar, SPRING International Politics, undergraduate introductory lecture, FALL Realist IR Theory, senior seminar and graduate field survey, FALL Liberal IR Theory, senior seminar and graduate field survey, SPRING US Foreign Policy: The War on Terrorism, senior seminar, SPRING Global Security Politics, senior seminar, FALL Realist IR Theory, senior seminar and graduate field survey, FALL Liberal IR Theory, graduate field survey seminar, SPRING Republicanism, senior seminar, FALL Realist IR Theory, graduate field survey, FALL Global Security Politics, senior seminar, SPRING Contemporary IR Theory, graduate research seminar, SPRING International Relations Theory, undergraduate lecture, FALL International Relations Theory, graduate field survey seminar, FALL Republicanism, senior seminar, FALL Global Environmental Politics, undergraduate lecture, FALL Environmental Politics, graduate research seminar, FALL Logic of the West, graduate research seminar, FALL Contemporary IR Theory, graduate research seminar, SPRING Global Geopolitics, senior seminar, SPRING International Relations Theory, undergraduate intermediate lecture, FALL International Relations Theory, graduate field survey seminar, FALL Republicanism, senior seminar, FALL World Political Theory, graduate research seminar, SPRING Logic of the West, senior seminar, SPRING International Relations Theory, undergraduate intermediate lecture, FALL Republicanism, senior seminar, FALL TEACHING: COURSES: UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Politics of the Global Environment, undergraduate lecture, SPRING Environmental Political Theory, senior seminar, SPRING International Relations Theory, undergraduate lecture, FALL Logic of the West, graduate research seminar, FALL Politics of the Global Environment, undergraduate lecture, SPRING

6 International Relations Theory, undergraduate lecture, FALL International Relations Theory, graduate field survey seminar, FALL Politics of the Global Environment, undergraduate lecture, SPRING Republicanism, graduate research seminar, SPRING International Relations Theory, undergraduate lecture, FALL International Relations Theory, graduate field survey seminar, FALL Politics of the Global Environment, undergraduate lecture, SPRING Nuclear Weapons and World Politics, graduate research seminar, SPRING International Relations Theory, undergraduate lecture, FALL International Relations Theory, graduate field survey seminar, FALL Politics of the Global Environment, undergraduate lecture, SPRING Republicanism, graduate research seminar, SPRING The Logic of the West, graduate research seminar, SPRING International Relations Theory, undergraduate lecture, FALL International Relations Theory, field survey graduate seminar, FALL Politics of the Global Environment, undergraduate lecture, SPRING Nuclear Weapons and World Politics, senior seminar, SPRING International Relations Theory, undergraduate lecture, FALL International Relations Theory, graduate field survey seminar, FALL International Relations Theory, undergraduate lecture, FALL International Relations Theory, graduate field survey seminar, FALL Scientific Cooperation and Superpower Security, Policy Task Force (a seminar for juniors), 1986, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. The Politics of U.S. Energy Policy, undergraduate seminar, 1980, Washington Center for Learning Alternatives. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: , Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania , Senior Researcher, Worldwatch Institute, Washington D.C. Research, writing, and speaking on global security, space policy, and renewable energy. 6

7 1980, Legislative Director, Office of Senator John Durkin, (D.-N.H.): Overall responsibility for Senator Durkin s legislative program and management of the constituent services staff (15 people). 1979, Senior Legislative Assistant, Office of Senator John Durkin, Chairman of the Senate subcommittee with jurisdiction over conservation and renewable energy programs. Responsible for developing and promoting legislation in these areas & 1978, Legislative Assistant, Office of Senator Robert Morgan, (D-N.C.) Responsible for energy and natural resources, environment and public works, commerce, science, and transportation. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE: Reviewer for academic journals: International Organization, World Politics, International Security, Security Studies, Review of International Studies, European Journal of International Relations, Millennium, Environmental Ethics, Review of Peace Studies, International Studies Quarterly, Annual Review of Energy, Science and Global Security, Conflict and Cooperation, Journal of Politics, International Studies Perspective, Astropolitics, Journal of Politics, International Political Sociology Editorial Board Member: Security Studies, Astropolitics, World Government Research Network Advisory Board Member: International Studies Review, International Relations Rising Powers Quarterly, World Government Research Network Advisory Board (one of five members) Center for Advanced Security Studies (CASST), University of Copenhagen ( ). Advisory Board, Center for Unconventional Security, University of California, Irvine. Reviewer for University Presses: Oxford University Press, Columbia University Press, Cambridge University Press, Princeton University Press, Yale University Press, Stanford University Press, MIT Press, SUNY Press (Environmental Politics series), Johns Hopkins University Press, Rutledge. 7

8 Chairman, Book of the Year Award Committee, International Security Studies section of the International Studies Association, fall Committee Member, Caldwell Prize Committee for Best Book in Environmental Politics, Environmental Studies section, American Political Science Association, spring and summer, Chairman, Book of the Year Award Committee, International Studies Association, Chairman, Jervis-Schroeder Prize, International Security Section of the American Political Science Association, External PhD Dissertation Examiner, Department of International Relations, London School of Economics, Dimitrios Skoikos, International Society and the Governance of Outer Space, January External PhD Dissertation Examiner, Department of International Relations, University of Aberyswyth, Pola Zafra-Davis, Toward a Republican Peace: Security Threats and Organizational Resilience in the Contemporary World, June External Review, Committee Member (one of three), Department of Political Science, Colorado College, April Colloquium on World Political Theory, Organizer and convener, , Department of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania. Arms Control and Global Security Seminar Series, Organizer and convener, , sponsored by the Center for Energy and Environmental Studies and the Center of International Studies, Princeton University, met approximately 10 times each semester. Colloquium on International Relations and Political Theory, sponsored by the Center of International Studies and the Program in Political Theory, Princeton University. The Colloquium met twenty times between 1986 and

9 Consultant: Carnegie Foundation (1999); U.S. Department of State and Central Intelligence Agency (1995); International Commission on Environment and Development, Geneva, Switzerland (1986); W. Alton Jones Foundation, Charlottesville, Virginia (1993); United States Army (1989). CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS: DARK SKIES: Space Expansionism, Planetary Geopolitics and the Ends of Humanity, accepted, with advance, in production, 150,000 words, 57 Figures, expected publication: spring PAX ATOMICA: Geopolitics, Arms Control, and Limited Government, (book manuscript) (eight previously published articles)(under contract, Princeton University Press)(expected submission, fall 2017). HOME RULES: Planetary Geopolitics and Terrapolitan Republicanism, (book manuscript) (seven previously published articles). America and the Globalization of the Westphalian System: the Imperial Old West versus the Anti-Imperial New West, Perspectives in Politics, (with G. John Ikenberry) (55 pages)(in review). Modernist Internationalisms, Special Issue of journal Review of International Studies, and co-edited book, two panels held (APSA, 2016, and ISA, 2017) (with G. John Ikenberry) Guest Editor. Special Issue on Unmaking the Bomb: A Fissile Material Approach to Nuclear Disarmament and Nonproliferation, for The Non-Proliferation Review, two panels held, nine essays being written, slated for Fall 2018 publication. Edited book project, Catastrophic and Existential Threats and World Politics, coedited with Barry Buzan and Ole Waever. Funds raised for two workshops, University of Copenhagen, Fall 2018 and University of Toronto, Spring Coauthored framing chapter about half written. Edited book project, Montesquieu and International Politics, co-edited with Paul Carrese. Planning phase. 9

10 Edited book project, Asteroid Politics, with Valerie Olsen. Planning phase. Edited book project, Nuclear Thinking: Jonathan Schell, the Nuclear Revolution and World Order, co-edited with Campbell Craig. Seven contributors recruited. Two ISA panels held. Edited book project, Freedom, Surveillance and the Internet, co-edited with Ronald Deibert. Funds for one of two workshops raised, for spring The Vulnerable Earth: Cold War Earth System Science and the Environmentalization of Security, for edited volume, The Legacies of Hiroshima, Michael Gordin and G. John Ikenberry, (first draft presented at Conference at Princeton University, October 2015). Getting Things Right: Westphalian, Plutocratic and Liberal Internationalisms, for The Future of Liberal Internationalism, special issue and edited volume, International Affairs, eds., Doug Stokes, Inderjeet Parma, and G. John Ikenberry (in review). The Tragedy of American Global Diplomacy, in The Politics of Hegemonic Order, G. John Ikenberry and Daniel Nexon, eds. Draft paper presented at Workshop, October 2015 and September World Government without a World State, abstract accepted for Symposium on World Government, in International Theory. PUBLICATIONS: Books BOUNDING POWER: Republican Security Theory from the Polis to the Global Village (Princeton University Press, 2007). Co-author, (with Christopher Flavin), Renewable Energy: The Power to Choose (Norton, 1983). Co-editor, (with Richard Matthew) Contested Grounds: Conflict and Security in the New Environmental Politics (SUNY Press, 1999). 10

11 Articles and Book Chapters Liberal World: The Resilient Order, Foreign Affairs, vol.97, no.4, July/August 2018, pp (with G. John Ikenberry) Hegemonic Disarray: American Internationalisms and World Disorder, The Future of International Order, Hanns Maull, ed., (Oxford University Press, 2018 (fall)), pp All Together Now: Geography, the Three Cosmopolitanisms and Planetary Earth, ch.11, in Institutional Cosmopolitanism, Luis Cabrera, ed. (Oxford University Press) (about 35 pages) (in production). Going Critical: Toward a Modified Nuclear One Worldism, Journal of International Political Theory (about 10,000 words)(in production). Turbo Change: Accelerating Technological Disruption, Planetary Geopolitics, and Architectonic Metaphors, International Studies Review, vol. 20, summer 2018, pp The Great Debate: The Nuclear-Political Question and World Order, , ch.23, in Alexandra Gheciu and William Wohlforth, ed., The Oxford Handbook on International Security (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018). American Exceptionalism, in Michael Cox and Douglas Stokes, eds., US Foreign Policy (Oxford University Press, 2018), Third Edition pp.22-38, (with Jeffrey Meiser). Realism, Liberalism and the Iraq War, Survival, vol.59, no.4, August-September 2017, pp.7-26, (with G. John Ikenberry). Lost on Earth, in symposium on Guzzini, ed, The Return of Geopolitics in Europe? In Conflict and Cooperation, 2017, vol.52, no.3, pp Green Earth: The Emergence of Planetary Civilization, in New Earth Politics: Essays from the Anthropocene, Sikina Jinnah and Simon Nicolson, eds., (MIT Press, 11

12 2016), pp.43-72, (with Elizabeth Mendenhall). New Earths: Assessing Planetary Geographic Constructs, in The politics of Globality since 1945, Casper Sylvest and Rens van Muenster, eds, (Routledge, 2016), pp.20-43, (with Elizabeth Mendenhall). The Great Descent: Global Governance in Historical Theoretical Perspective, in Why Govern? Rethinking Demand and Progress in Global Governance, Amitav Acharya, ed. (Cambridge University Press, 2016), pp Unraveling America the Great? The Radical Conservative Challenge to the Progressive Foundations of Pax Americana, The American Interest, April 2016, pp.7-17, (with G. John Ikenberry). Featured Interview, Dark Horizons, Planetary Geopolitics, World Government, and Outer Space, World Government Research Network, January 2016, pp First In Freedom: War-Making, American Liberal Identity, and the Liberty Gradient, in Gunter Hellman et al, eds, Theorizing Foreign Policy (Palgrave, 2015), pp , (with Sunil Vaswani). Hegemony and Nuclear Weapons, in G. John Ikenberry, ed., Hegemony and International Order (Cambridge University Press, 2015) pp Mixed Ontology, Planetary Geopolitics, and Republican Greenpeace, Theory Talks, November (35 pgs). (web site). Democratic Internationalism: An American Grand Strategy for the Post- Exceptional Era Council of Foreign Relations, December 2012 (working paper) (28 pgs) (with G. John Ikenberry). Response to Critics (reply to four short essays on Bounding Power by four geographers) Symposium on Deudney s Bounding Power, Political Geography, Against the Current: Robert Gilpin as Teacher and Scholar, in Wolfgang Danspeckgruber, ed., Robert Gilpin and International Theory, pp

13 American Exceptionalism, (with Jeffrey Meiser) in Douglas Stokes and Michael Cox, eds., U.S. Foreign Policy (Oxford University Press, 2012) (revised, up-dated and expansion of earlier edition). IR and the End of the Cold War: Twenty Years After, special double issue of journal co-edited and introduction, with G. John Ikenberry (with ten articles by leading scholars on the end of the Cold War), International Politics, July/Sept 2011, vol.48, No. 3 and 4, pp Pushing and Pulling: The Western System, Nuclear Weapons, and the End of the Cold War, International Politics, July/September 2011, pp , (with G. John Ikenberry). Unipolarity and Nuclear Weapons, in G. John Ikenberry, Michael Mastenduno, and William Wohlforth, eds., International Theory and the Consequences of Unipolarity (Cambridge University Press, 2011), pp Anarchy and Violence Independence, in Ken Booth, ed., Realism and World Politics (Routledge, 2011), pp How Britain and France Could Reform the UN Security Council, Survival, October-November vol.53, no.5, 2011, pp , (with Hanns Maull). Global Shift: How the West Should Respond to the Rise of China, (co-author with James Goldgeier and Hanns Maull, et al) Report from the TransAtlantic Academy of the German Marshall Fund, Washington D.C. (June 2011), 87 pgs. Omniviolence, Arms Control, and Limited Government, in Jeffrey Tulis and Stephen Macedo, eds., The Limits of Constitutionalism (Princeton University Press, 2010), pp American Exceptionalism, in Michael Cox and Douglas Stokes, eds., US Foreign Policy (Oxford University Press, 2009) (with Jeffrey Meiser). Left Behind: Neorealism s Truncated Contextual Materialism and Republicanism, International Relations special double issue on Waltz and IR Theory, September 2009, vol. 20, no.3, pp

14 The Unraveling Cold War Settlement, Survival, December-January, 2009/2010, vol.15, no.6, pp.39-62, (with G. John Ikenberry). The Myth of the Autocratic Revival, Foreign Affairs, Jan-Feb. 2009, vol.88, no.1, pp.77-93, (with G.John Ikenberry). A Republic for Expansion: The Roman Constitution and Empire and Balance of Power Theory, in The Balance of Power in History, ed., William Wohlforth et al. (Palgarve/Macmillan, 2007), pp Testing the Balance of Power in Historical State Systems, European Journal of International Relations, June 2007, vol.13, no.2, pp , (with William Wohlforth et al.). Security, Political Theory and the Ecological Challenge, Andrew Dobson and Robyn Eckersley, eds., (Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp Publius Before Kant: Federal Republican Security and Democratic Peace, European Journal of International Relations, vol.16, no.3, September 2004, pp High Impacts: Asteroidal Utilization, Collision Avoidance, and the Outer Space Regime, in Henry Lambright, ed., Space Policy in the Twenty First Century (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003), pp Greater Britain or Greater Synthesis? Seeley, Mackinder and Wells on Britain in the Global Industrial Era, Review of International Studies, vol.27, spring 2001, pp Regrounding Realism: Anarchy, Security, and Changing Material Contexts, Security Studies, vol.10, no.1, autumn 2000, pp Geopolitics as Theory: Historical Security Materialism, European Journal of International Relations, vol.6, no.1, March 2000, pp The Risks of a Networked Military, Orbis, winter 2000, pp (with Richard Harknett and others) 14

15 The Nature and Sources of Postwar Western Political Order, Review of International Studies, vol.25, no.2, April 1999, pp (with G.John Ikenberry). Earth Orders: Intergenerational Public Sovereignty, Republican Earth Constitutions, and Planetary Identities, in Karen Litfin, ed., The Greening of Sovereignty (MIT Press, 1998), pp Firming the Foundations: Constitutionalizing and Memoralizing the Free World Complex, in Josepf Janning, Charles Kupchan, and Dirk Rumberg, eds., Civic Engagement in the Atlantic Community (Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers, 1999), pp Bringing Nature Back In: Geopolitical Theory from the Greeks to the Global Era, in Daniel Deudney and Richard Matthew, eds., Contested Grounds: Security and Conflict in the New Environmental Politics, (SUNY Press, 1999), pp Environmental Security: A Critique, in Daniel Deudney and Richard Matthew, eds., Contested Grounds: Security and Conflict in the New Environmental Politics (SUNY Press, 1999), pp Realism, Structural Liberalism, and the Western Political Order, in Michael Mastanduno and Ethan Kapstein, eds., Realism After the Cold War (Columbia University Press, 1999) (with G.John Ikenberry) Geopolitics and Change, in Michael Doyle and G.John Ikenberry eds., New Thinking In International Theory (Westview, 1997), pp Binding Sovereigns: Authorities, Structures and Geopolitics in Philadelphian Systems, in Thomas Biersteker and Cynthia Weber, eds., State Sovereignty as Social Construct, (Cambridge University Press, 1996), pp Ground Identity: Nature, Place and Space in Nationalism, in Yosef Lapid and Friedrich Kratochwil, eds., The Return of Culture and Identity in IR Theory (Lynne Reinner, 1996), pp

16 The Philadelphian System: Sovereignty, Arms Control, and Balance of Power in the American States-Union, ca , International Organization, vol.49, no.2, spring 1995, pp Nuclear Weapons and the Waning of the Real-State, Daedalus, vol.124, no.2, spring 1995, pp Political Fission: State Structure, Civil Society and Nuclear Security Politics in the United States, in Ronnie Lipschutz, ed., On Security (Columbia University Press, 1995), pp In Search of Gaian Politics: Earth Religion s Challenge to Modern Western Civilization, in Bron Taylor, ed., Ecological Resistance Movements (SUNY, 1995), pp America After the Long War, Current History, vol.94, no.595, November 1995, pp (with John Ikenberry) Historical Blocs and Liberal World Orders, (Review) Mershon International Studies Review, vol.39, April 1995, pp Wither the West? in Armand Cleese, Richard Cooper and Yoshikazu Sakamoto, eds., The International System After the Collapse of the East-West Order, (Martinus Nijoff, 1994), pp.41-53, (with John Ikenberry) After the Long War, Foreign Policy, spring 1994, pp.1-17 (with John Ikenberry) Dividing Realism: Security Materialism versus Structural Realism on Nuclear Security and Proliferation, Security Studies, vol.2, nos.3 & 4, spring/summer 1993, pp.7-37 [reprinted in Zachery Davis and Benjamin Frankel, eds., The Proliferation Puzzle (Frank Cass, 1993)] Global Environmental Rescue and the Emergence of World Domestic Politics, in Ronnie Lipschutz and Ken Conca eds., The State and Social Power in Global Environmental Politics (Columbia University Press, 1993), pp The Logic of the West, World Policy Journal, winter 1993, pp.1-9 (with G.John Ikenberry) 16

17 Outer Space in the 1990s: Star Wars or Spaceship Earth? in Michael Klare and Daniel Thomas, eds., World Security: Trends and Challenges at Century s End (St. Martin s, 1992), pp Who Won the Cold War, Foreign Policy, no.87, summer 1992, pp (with John Ikenberry) [reprinted in John Ikenberry, ed., American Foreign Policy: Theoretical Essays, 2 nd ed., (HarperCollins, 1996); and in Alexander Dallin and Gail W. Lapidus, eds., The Soviet System from Crisis to Collapse, revised edition, (Westview, 1995), pp ] The Mirage of Eco-War: the Weak Relationship Among Global Environmental Change, National Security, and Interstate Violence, in Rowlands and Greene, eds., Global Change and International Relations (Macmillan, 1992), pp The International Sources of Soviet Change, International Security, vol.16, no.3, winter 1991/2, pp (with G.John Ikenberry). Environment and Security: Muddled Thinking, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol.47, no.3, April 1991, pp Who Won the Cold War? Foreign Policy, Summer 1992, (with G.John Ikenberry) Soviet Reform and the End of the Cold War: Explaining Large-Scale Historical Change, Review of International Studies, vol.17, no.3, July 1991, pp (with G.John Ikenberry) The Case Against Linking Environmental Degradation and National Security, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, vol. 19, no. 3, winter 1990, pp [reprinted in: Mark W. Zacker ed., The International Political Economy of Natural Resources, Vol.II, (Edward Egar, 1993), pp ; and Ken Conca, et als eds., Green Planet Blues: Environmental Politics from Stockholm to Rio (Westview, 1996)] Forging Missiles into Spaceships, World Policy Journal, vol.2. no.3, spring 1985, pp

18 Unlocking Space, Foreign Policy, no.53, winter , pp [reprinted in Don Carlson and Craig Comstock, eds., Securing the Planet (Tarcher, 1986), pp ] Whole Earth Security: A Geopolitics of Peace, (Worldwatch Paper #55, July 1983), pp.1-69, [translated and published in Japanese, German, and Dutch]. Space Industrialization: The Mirage of Abundance, The Futurist, vol.16, no.6, December 1982, pp Space: The High Frontier in Perspective, (Worldwatch Paper #50, August 1982), pp [also published as Krieg in Weltrum, Europa Archive, fall 1982]. Rivers of Energy: The Hydropower Prospect, (Worldwatch Paper #44, June 1981), pp.5-44 PRESENTATIONS AND CONFERENCE PAPERS (select) Assessing Jonathan Schell s Nuclear legacy: Theoretical Innovations and Political Impacts, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, April 2018 (organizer and participant). Realism, Liberalism and the Ideological Origins of the Iraq War, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, April 2018 (organizer and participant). Bringing Scientific Concepts into IR: Promise or Peril? Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, April 2018 (participant). Guarding the Commons: Citizen Lab and Civil Society Counter-Intelligence, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, April 2018 (organizer and participant). Adapting Liberalism to the 21 st Century, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, April 2018 (participant). 18

19 If Matter Matters: New Materialism and the Next Great Debate in IR, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, April 2018 (participant). The Challenges of Future Arms Control Across Domains, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, April 2018 (participant). America First vs the Legitimacy of the American System, Plenary Conference Theme Roundtable at the Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 2017 (organizer and participant). Republic in Peril: American Empire and the betrayal of the Liberal Tradition, Roundtable at the Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 2017 (organizer and participant). Presidential Theme Panel, Has World Politics Changed? Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Baltimore, February (organizer and presenter). Presidential Theme Panel, World Orders and Catastrophic and Existential Risks, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Baltimore, February 2017 (organizer and presenter). On Brenner s Confounding Powers, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Baltimore, February 2017 (organizer and presenter). On Deudney s Dark Skies: Space Expansionism, Planetary Geopolitics and the Ends of Humanity, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Baltimore, February (presenter). Theorizing Modernist Internationalisms and World Orders, (with G. John Ikenberry) on Modernist Internationalism and New World Orders, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Baltimore, February 2017 (presenter). Bostrom s Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Baltimore, February 2017 (co-organizer and presenter). 19

20 The Future of Liberal Internationalism, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Baltimore, February 2017 (presenter). New Perspectives on the Nuclear Revolution, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Baltimore, February 2017 (presenter). Liberty and Modern War: Political and Economic Freedom in International Security, Workshop, Liberty Fund, Sarasota, Florida, February 2017 (participant). Workshop, Liberalism and International Relations, Department of Political Science, University of Chicago, November 2016 (commentator). The Future of Space Research, at Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Johns Hopkins University, November 2016, (panelist). Home Rules: Planetary Geopolitics, Global Catastrophic Risks and World Orders, Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey California, May 2016 (public lecture). Dark Skies: Space Expansionism, Planetary Geopolitics and the Ends of Humanity, Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey, California, May 2016 (public lecture). Thucydides and Xenophon on Civil-Military Relations and Liberty in the Peloponnesian War, Workshop, Liberty Fund, Monterey, California, May 2016 (participant). Home Rules: Planetary Geopolitics, Global Catastrophic Risks and World Orders, Department of Political Science, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 2016 (public lecture). On Unmaking the Bomb: A Fissile Material Approach to Nuclear Disarmament and Nonproliferation, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Atlanta, March (organizer and presenter). Dark Skies: Space Expansion as Catastrophic and Existential Threat to Humanity, on Prospects for Peace on the Final Frontier, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Atlanta, March (co-organizer and paper presenter). 20

21 America and the Globalization of the Westphalian System: the Imperial Old West versus the Anti-Imperial New West, (with G. John Ikenberry), on America, Liberalism and Empire, Presidential Theme Panel, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Atlanta, March (organizer and paper presenter). The New Materialism? Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Atlanta, March 2016 (presenter). Power Transitions and World Orders, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Atlanta, March 2016 (presenter). Bombs Away? The Contemporary Third Round of the Great Debate on the Nuclear-Political Question, at Conference, Nuclear Legacies: A Global Look at the 70 th Anniversary of the Hiroshima Bombing, Princeton University, October 2015 (paper presentation). Hegemony, Liberal Hegemony, and American Leadership, Workshop, Hegemony 3.0, Princeton University, September 2015 (paper presentation). International Politics and Unmaking the Bomb: A Fissile Material Approach to Nuclear Disarmament and Nonproliferation, Roundtable at the Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 2015 (organizer and participant). America and the Globalization of the Westphalian System: the Imperial Old West versus the Anti-Imperial New West, Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 2015 (with G. John Ikenberry) (organizer and paper presentation) Panel, Ideas and Domestic Politics in America s Rise to Power, Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 2015 (chair). Classical Realist and Statist Nuclear One Worldism: A Critical Evaluation and Alternative Approach, at Conference, The Nuclear Condition: Classical Realism meets Critical Theory, Virginia Tech, June 2015 (paper presentation). 21

22 America as Global Disrupter, Annual Conference on Global Governance, Princeton University, June 2015 (presentation). America and the Globalization of the Westphalian System: the Imperial Old West versus the Anti-Imperial New West, Department Seminar, Department of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University, April (with G. John Ikenberry) (paper presentation). Dark Skies: Space Expansionism, Planetary Geopolitics, and the Ends of Humanity, Workshop, The New Earth: Planetary Spaces and Places, Department of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University, April 2015 (keynote address). The Technologies of IR: Continuity and Change, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 2015 (participant). Negarchy: The Case for a Third Ordering Principle, New Directions in System Structural Theory, Presidential Theme Panel, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, New Orleans, February (organizer and paper presenters). Why Govern? Rethinking Demand, Purpose and Progress in Global Governance, Presidential Theme Panel, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 2015 (participant). What Is Geopolitics? Presidential Theme Panel, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 2015 (organizer and participant). Historical Perspectives on America and the International System, Annual Convention of International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 2015 (coorganizer and discussant). America and the Globalization of the Westphalian System: The Imperial Old West versus the Anti-Imperial New West, (with G. John Ikenberry), Department of Political Science Seminar, Yale University, February 2015 (paper presentation). America and the Globalization of the Westphalian System: the Imperial Old West versus the Anti-Imperial New West, (with G. John Ikenberry), Workshop on America, Liberalism and Empire, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, 22

23 December 2014 (paper presentation). America and the Globalization of the Westphalian System: the Imperial Old West versus the Anti-Imperial New West, (with G. John Ikenberry), School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, New York, November (paper presentation). Lebovic s Flawed Logics, Roundtable, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington D.C. September 2014 (organizer and participant). America and the Globalization of the Westphalian System: the Imperial Old West versus the Anti-Imperial New West, (with G. John Ikenberry) on panel The American Impact ( ): Toward a Net Assessment, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington D.C. September (organizer and paper presenter). Home Rules: Planetary Geography and Geopolitics, Annual Conference on Global Governance, Oxford University, June 2014 (conference presentation). Dark Skies: Space Expansion and Planetary Geopolitics, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. April 2014 (public lecture). Illusions of the Information Age, CyberDialogue Conference, Munk School, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, March 2014 (public presentation). Planetary Geopolitics, Republicanism, and the Greenpeace Civilizational Program, for panel Geopolitics and Republicanism: The Problem of Security and Freedom, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 2014 (paper presenter and co-organizer). Dark Skies: Space Expansion and Planetary Geopolitics, for panel, The Geopolitics of New and Built Spaces/Places, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 2014 (paper presentation and coorganizer). 23

24 Self-fulfilling Geopolitics? Geopolitical Revival and Security Dynamics in Europe, Roundtable, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 2014 (participant). Liberty and Violence: From Auberon Herbert and Steven Pinker, Liberty Fund Seminar, Tucson, Arizona, March, 2014 (seminar participant). Liberal Internationalism and the Problem of Russia, TransAtlantic Academy, the German Marshall Fund, Washington, D.C. January 2014 (public talk). Home Rules: Planetary Geopolitics and Republican Greenpeace, Department of International Relations, Graduate Institute Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, December 2013 (public lecture). Dark Skies: Space Expansion and Planetary Geopolitics, Department of International Relations, Graduate Institute Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, December 2013 (faculty seminar). Dark Skies: Space Expansion and Planetary Geopolitics, Conference, An Open World: Science, Technology and Society: Neils Bohr: One Hundredth Anniversary, Danish Academy of Sciences and the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 2013 (first speaker on first plenary panel). Global Governance, International Theories, and World Orders, for Why Govern? Conference, American University, October 2013 (memo presentation). Trubowitz s Politics and Strategy, Roundtable, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Chicago, August 2013 (organizer and participant). Nau s Conservative Internationalism, Roundtable, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Chicago, August 2013 (participant). Global Governance, International Theories, and World Orders, for Why Govern? Conference, American University, October 2013 (memo presentation). The Sky is the Limit: The Errors and Dangers of Space Expansionism University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2013 (public lecture). 24

25 Seven Earths, for Theorizing the Global, Conference, University of Copenhagen, June 2013 (paper). Toward Home Rule: World Government, Global Governance, and Planetary Republicanism for ISA Workshop, Global Governance and World Government, San Francisco, ISA Convention, April 2013 (paper). ISA Workshop, Global Governance and World Government, San Francisco, ISA Convention, April 2013, (co-organizer) (with Catherine Lu). Social Democratic Internationalism? International Studies Association Convention, San Francisco, California, April (with G. John Ikenberry) (paper and coorganizer). Asteroidal Diversion and World Politics, for panel, Asteroids and World Orders, International Studies Association Convention, San Francisco, California, April (paper and co-organizer). Workshop, Re-Thinking Materialism, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, April 2013 (co-organizer and co-chair) (with Michael Doyle and John Ikenberry). The Sky is the Limit: The Errors and Dangers of Space Expansionism Watson Institute, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, March 2013 (public lecture). Realism and Its Rivals, Workshop on Realism, Program in Political Theory, and Center for Human Values, Princeton University, March 2013 (paper). Social Democratic Internationalism and the Liberal International Order, Conference, The Future of Democracy, University of Virginia, March 2013 (presentation). Toward Earthcraft: Planetary Geopolitics, Practical Naturalism, and Republican Greenpeace, American University, Washington DC, January 2013 (presentation). 25

26 Back to Earth: Practical Naturalism, Liberal Historical Materialism, and Planetary Geopolitics, Millennium Annual Conference, Materialism and World Politics, London School of Economics, London, October 2012 (plenary panel). Democratic Internationalism: An American Grand Strategy for the Post-Exceptional Era (with G. John Ikenberry) TransAtlantic Academy, German Marshall Fund, Washington D.C., October 2012 (paper). Toward Home Rule: World Government, Global Governance, and Planetary Republicanism for Annual Conference on Global Governance, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton, New Jersey, May 2012 (paper). Earth & Space: Frontier Expansion, Outer Space Geopolitics, and Planetary Protection, Program in Peace and Conflict Studies, Institute for Space Policy Studies, George Washington University, May 2012 (presentation). Global Shift: China, the West and International Order (co-author with James Goldgeier and Hanns Maull, ed.) Johns Hopkins University, March 2012, sponsored by the East Asian Studies Association (co-organizer with Stephen Szabo) (lecture). Zero Nuclear Weapons? Alexander Hamilton Society, Johns Hopkins University, March 2012 (public debate). Hegemony and Nuclear Weapons, at workshop, Gilpin s War and Change Thirty Years On, Princeton University, October 2012 (paper). Unipolarity and Nuclear Weapons, Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, September 2011 (paper). Global Shift: How the West Should Respond to the Rise of China, (co-author with James Goldgeier, and Hans Maull et al) Report from the TransAtlantic Academy of the German Marshall Fund, in 1) Hamburg, Germany; 2) Berlin, Germany; 3) Frankfurt, Germany, June Nuclear Weapons and World Order, One Day University, New York, New York, September 2010 (public lecture, audience of about 400). China and the Global Order presented at 1) the China Center for Comparative 26

27 Politics and Economics; 2) the Chinese Foreign Affairs University; 3)The Chinese Institute for Contemporary International Relations; and 4) the Institute of World Economics and Politics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, October Roundtable, Deudney s Bounding Power and Geopolitics, Annual Convention of the American Association of Geographers, Seattle, Washington, April (participant). Bounding Power: Republican Security Theory from the Polis to the Global Village, Department of Political Science, University of Washington, Seattle, April (Faculty and graduate student seminar). The Sky is the Limit: Global Closure, Outer Space Geopolitics, and Planetary Protection, Jackson School of Public Policy, University of Washington, Seattle, April 2011 (public lecture). Unipolarity and Nuclear Weapons, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, March 2011 (paper). Roundtable, Who is Afraid of World Government? Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, March 2011 (participant and co-organizer). Pushing and Pulling: The Liberal System, Nuclear Weapons, and the End of the Cold War, (with G. John Ikenberry) Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, March 2011 (paper co-author and panel organizer). Realism, Liberalism, and Republicanism, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, March 2011 (discussant). Pushing and Pulling: The Western System, Nuclear Weapons, and the End of the Cold War, (with G. John Ikenberry) One day workshop on The End of the Cold War After Twenty Years: Legacies and Lessons, German Marshall Fund, Washington D.C. March 2011 (paper presenter and conference organizer). The Sky is the Limit: Global Closure, Outer Space Geopolitics, and Planetary Protection, Global Security Institute, Munk School, University of Toronto, February 27

28 2011 (lecture) Toward Home Rule: World Government, Global Governance, and Planetary Republicanism Annual Conference on Global Governance, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton, New Jersey, January 2011 (lecture). Global Shift: China, the West and International Order (co-author with James Goldgeier and Hans Maull, et al) Program in International Political Economy, Munk School, University of Toronto, February 2011 (paper). The Sky is the Limit: Global Closure, Outer Space Geopolitics, and Planetary Protection, Program in Peace and Conflict Studies, Colgate University, New York, October 2010 (public lecture). Bounding Power: Republican Security Theory from the Polis to the Global Village, Department of Political Science, Colgate University, New York, October 2010 (faculty and graduate student seminar). The Sky is the Limit: Global Closure, Outer Space Geopolitics, and Planetary Protection, Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, Washington D.C., September 2010 (paper and panel organizer). Roundtable on Charles Kupchan s How Enemies Become Friends, Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, Washington D.C., September 2010 (participant and organizer). New Liberal International Theory, Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, Washington D.C., September 2010 (panel included two JHU PSCI graduate students, Sunil Vaswani and Jeffrey Meiser) (discussant and panel organizer). The Sky is the Limit: Global Closure, Outer Space Geopolitics, and Planetary Protection, Department of Political Science, University of Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany, July 2010 (lecture). Bounding Power: Republican Security Theory from the Polis to the Global Village, New Normative Orders Program, University of Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany, July 2010 (two day graduate seminar). 28

29 Pax Atomica: Geopolitics, Arms Control, and Limited Government, Peace Research Institute of Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany, July 2010 (lecture). First in Freedom: War and American Exceptionalism. conference on Theories of Foreign Policy, Bad Homburg, Germany, July 2010 (paper). Omniviolence, Arms Control, and Limited Government. Conference on Nuclear Weapons, Proliferation, and Terrorism, Monterey, California, sponsored by the Naval Post Graduate School, the Non-Proliferation Institute, the US Department of Defense (DITRA), July 2009 (Keynote Address). Constitutional Vulnerability: Omniviolence, Nuclear Arms Control and Limited Government, Conference on Global Governance, Princeton University, January 2010 (lecture). Hendrickson s Union, Nation, Empire, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 2010 (roundtable participant and organizer). The Future of the West, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 2010 (roundtable participant). Frontier Illusions: Earth Orbital Geopolitics and Planetary Closure, panel Great Expectations: Outer Space and World Order, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 2010 (organizer and paper presenter). Nuclear Arms Control and Constitutionalism, panel Nuclear Weapons and World Order, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, February 2010 (paper presenter). The International Sources of Soviet Change, (with G. John Ikenberry), Conference on The End of the Cold War After 20 Years: Retrospectives and Reconsiderations, Princeton University, March 2010 (co-organizer and paper presenter). The Planetary Prospect and the American Project, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado, December 2009 (public lecture). 29