Articles on Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy
- Clinton and Foreign Policy: Some Legacies for a New Century. In
Steven E. Schier, (Ed.) The Postmodern Presidency: Bill
Clinton's Legacy in U.S. Politics Pittsburgh, PA: University of
Pittsburgh, 2000, pp. 60-83.
- Interest Groups and the Media in Post-Cold War U.S. Foreign Policy.
In James M. Scott (Ed.) After the End: Making U.S. Foreign Policy
in the Post-Cold War World Durham, NC: Duke University Press,
1998, pp. 170-198
- American Values and Beliefs in the New World Order. In Kenneth L.
Stewart (Ed.) The Angelo State University Symposium on American
Values 1984-1997M San Angelo, TX: Angelo State University, 1998,
- Assessing Clinton's Foreign Policy at Midterm. Current History
94 (November 1995): 370-374
- British Mass Perceptions of the Anglo-American Special Relationship.
Political Science Quarterly 108 (Fall 1993): 515-541 (with
- The Domestic Politics of Contra Aid: Public Opinion, Congress, and
the President. In Richard Sobel (Ed.) Public Opinion in U.S.
Foreign Policy: The Controversy Over Contra Aid Lanham, MD:
Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 1993, pp. 73-103 (with Eugene R.
- The Cold War Consensus: Did It Exist? Polity 22
(Summer 1990): 627-653 (with Eugene R. Wittkopf)
- The Influence of Ideology on British Labour MPs in Voting on EEC
Issues. Legislative Studies Quarterly 10 (May 1985):
203-221 (with Jorgen Rasmussen)
- Mass Political Imagery and the Salience of International Affairs.
American Politics Quarterly 6 (October 1978): 498-509
(with Michael Coveyou)