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“Good Deeds Aren’t Enough”
Shively, J. (2018). “Good Deeds Aren’t Enough”: Point Four in Iran, 1949–1953. Diplomacy & Statecraft, 29(3), 413-431. doi:10.1080/09592296.2018.1491444
Abandoning strategy
Shively, J. (2013). Abandoning strategy: Assessing negative feedback and the Bush doctrine. International Studies Conference, April 2013, San Francisco, CA.
Analyzing grand strategy as empirical phenomenon during the Trump administration
Shively, J. (2018). Analyzing grand strategy as empirical phenomenon during the Trump administration. International Security Studies Section-International Security and Arms Control (ISSS-ISAC) Joint Annual Conference. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
Consensus and divergence in international studies
Shively, J., Brown, J. N., & Pegg, S. (2006). Consensus and divergence in international studies: Survey evidence from 140 international studies curriculum programs. International Studies Perspectives, 7(3), 267-286. doi:10.1111/j.1528-3585.2006.00251.x
Cybersecurity policy and the Trump administration
Democracy reform should guide voting proposals
Shively, J. (2021). Democracy reform should guide voting proposals. Pensacola News Journal.
Drones as tools of the state system
Shively, J. (2015). Drones as tools of the state system. Reconfiguring Global Space: The Geography, Politics, and Ethics of Drone War, School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Election 2016
Shively, J. (2016). Election 2016: Nationalism or nah?. Pensacola News Journal.
Explaining British–Chinese divergence through comparative strategic scopes
Shively, J. (2009). Explaining British–Chinese divergence through comparative strategic scopes.
Grand strategic scope in early WWII Germany and Japan
Shively, J. (2010). Grand strategic scope in early WWII Germany and Japan. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, April 21-24, 2010, Chicago, IL.
Grand strategy constraints and feedback during the GW Bush and Obama administrations
Shively, J. (2014). Grand strategy constraints and feedback during the GW Bush and Obama administrations. American Political Science Association Conference, August 27-31, 2014, Washington, D.C.
Hope, change, pragmatism
Shively, J. (2016). Hope, change, pragmatism: Analyzing Obama’s grand strategy. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-57699-6
Last year's Pensacola shooting revealed the problem of military radicalization
Shively, J. (2020). Last year’s Pensacola shooting revealed the problem of military radicalization. Military.Com.
Lost ambition
Shively, J. (2014). Lost ambition: Grand strategy stability and abandoned change in the Jimmy Carter and George W. Bush administrations.
Make America first again
Shively, J. (2020). Make America first again: grand strategy analysis and the Trump administration.
NAS attack revealed tragic challenge of radicalization
Shively, J. (2020). NAS attack revealed tragic challenge of radicalization. Pensacola News Journal.
Reinhold Niebuhr and prescriptions for international leadership
Shively, J. (2010). Reinhold Niebuhr and prescriptions for international leadership. Christians in Political Science Conference, June 3-5, 2010, Memphis, Tennessee.
Review of evangelicals and American foreign policy
Shively, J., & Amstutz, M. (2015). Review of evangelicals and American foreign policy. Politics, Religion, & Ideology, 16(2), 313-337. doi:10.1080/21567689.2015.1035871
States systems, origins of
Shively, J. (2017). States systems, origins of. The Sage Encyclopedia of War : Social Science Perspectives.
There are rules for impeachment. Don't let bias get in the way.
Shively, J. (2020). There are rules for impeachment. Don’t let bias get in the way. Pensacola News Journal.

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