(2017) A Theory of Legitimate Expectations for Public Administration, Oxford University Press.
(2015) Hate Speech Law: A Philosophical Examination, Routledge.
(2015) “Making the international in contemporary South Africa MasterCard’s Biometric Social Grant Card.” With Randall Germain) in Mark Salter (ed) Making Things International: Vol 1. Circulation, University of Minnesota.
(2012) “Occupy Wall Street and International Political Economy: insights and implications.” Journal of Critical Globalization Studies, ‘Imperialism, Finance and Occupy’ 5:110-113. Press.
(2017) "A Foregone Conclusion? The United States, Britain and the Trident D5 Agreement." Journal of Strategic Studies, 40:6.
(2017) "The United States’ Sale of Trident to Britain: Deal-making in the Anglo-American nuclear relationship." Diplomacy and Statecraft, 28:3.
(2016) (eds.) Nonverbal Communication in Politics: Implications for Democratic Judgments and Discourse (with E.P. Bucy). Special issue in the American Behavioral Scientist, 60 (14):1651-1843
(2017). "Up, close and personal: the new Front National visual strategy under Marine Le Pen." French Politics, 15(1), 1-26.
(2017) "'What Is the Point of Parliamentary Debate?' Deliberation, Oratory, Opposition and Spectacle in the British House of Commons," Redescriptions, 20(1): 11-31.
(2016) "'As Shakespeare so Memorably Said...': Quotation, Rhetoric, and the Performance of Politics." With Judi Atkins, Political Studies, 64(1): 164-181.
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(2016) ‘Utopophobia as a Vocation: The Professional Ethics of Ideal and Nonideal Political Theory’, Social Philosophy and Policy.
(2010) The Enlightenment of Sympathy: Justice and the Moral Sentiments in the Eighteenth Century and Today, Oxford University Press.
(2017) "The cost of elections: The effects of public sector austerity on electoral integrity and voter engagement," with Tyrone Jervier, in Public Money and Management , 37(7).
(2017) "The Effects of Centralising Electoral Management Board Design," Policy Studies, 38(2): 130-148.
(2018) "Toward a vernacular security studies: origins, interlocutors, contributions and challenges," International Studies Review.
(2017) "'I am somewhat puzzled': Questions, audiences and securitization in the proscription of terrorist organisations," with T. Legrand in Security Dialogue, 48(2): 149-167.
(2017) "Bureaucratic Representation and the ‘Democratic Deficit’ of the European Commission," with Zuzana Murdoch and Sara Connolly, in Journal of European Public Policy.
(2016) "'Supranationalism' in question: beliefs, values and the socializing power of the European Commission revisited," with Sara Connolly, in Public Administration.
(2018) Religion and International Security, Polity Press.
(2014) "Faith-based Diplomacy: Conservative Evangelicals and the United States Military," Politics and Religion.
(2017) "Djibouti and Beyond: Japan’s First Post-War Overseas Base and the Recalibration of Risk in Securing Enhanced Military Capabilities," Asian Security, September 2017.
(2016) "Nationalism in Okinawa: Futenma and the Future of Base Politics," International Review of Ryukyuan and Okinawan Studies, February 2016.
(2017) "The idea(s) of ‘valuing nature’: insights from the UK’s ecosystem services framework," with D.J. Russel, in Environmental Politics, 26 (6): 973-993,
(2015) (eds.) The Tools of Policy Formulation: Actors, Capacities, Venues and Effects, with Andy Jordan, Edward Elgar Publishing.
(2017) “Making embedded knowledge transparent: How the V-Dem dataset opens news vistas in civil society research,” with Michael Bernhard, Dong-Joon Jung, Michael Coppedge, and Staffan I Lindberg, in Perspectives on Politics, 15(2): 342-360.
(2017) “Coalition Oversight and Blame Avoidance in Greece,” European Political Science Review 9(1): 95-114.
(2015) Inventing the Future Postcapitalism and a World Without Work, with Nick Srnicek, Verso Books.
(2015) “Control Societies and Platform Logic,” New Formations, 84-5 (Control Society special issue).