Shocks and Rivalries in the Middle East and North Africa, edited with William R. Thompson (Georgetown University Press, 2020).
Statecraft in the Middle East: Foreign Policy, Domestic Politics and Security (I.B. Tauris, 2016).
"Explaining the Influence of Maghrebi Rivalries on Tunisian Foreign Policy," The Journal of North African Studies 27, no. 2 (2022): 394-422.
"The BRI is What Small States Make of It: Evaluating Kuwait's Engagements with China's Belt and Road Initiative," Middle East Journal 74, no. 4 (2020/21): 538-558.
"Treading with Caution: China's Multidimensional Interventions in the Gulf Region," The China Quarterly 239 (2019): 656-678.
"The State of Hezbollah? Sovereignty as a Potentiality in Global South Contexts," in William R. Thompson, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory 3 (2018): 433-454.
"Direct and Inferred Influences of the Silk Roads on the 'Golden Age' of the Abbasid Caliphate," Asian Journal of Comparative Politics 3, no. 3 (2018): 246-257.
"A Global South Perspective on International Relations Theory," International Studies Perspectives 18, no. 1 (2017): 2-3.
(in Arabic) “Chinese Foreign Policy from the Perspective of ‘Strategic Culture’,” Siyasat Arabiya 21 (2016): 26-41.
“South Africa and the Arab Spring: Opportunities to Match Diplomacy Goals and Strategies,” Actuelle de l’Institut français des relations internationales (April 19, 2012).
“The Middle Powers Amid the Arab Revolts,” Middle East Research and Information Project (MERIP), (September 29, 2011).
“Washington and Hezbollah: A Rare Convergence of Interests,” Middle East Policy 17, no. 2 (2010): 82-104.
“Iran and Instability in the Middle East: How Preferences Influence the Regional Order,” International Journal 63, no. 4 (2008): 941-964.
Book Chapters (Refereed)
“Dangerous Entanglements: The Rivalry Effects of the Iran and Israel Narratives,” in Imad Mansour and William R. Thompson, eds., Shocks and Rivalries in the Middle East and North Africa (Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2020).
“A Theory of Shock and Rivalry” (with William R. Thompson), in Imad Mansour and William R. Thompson, eds., Shocks and Rivalries in the Middle East and North Africa (Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2020).
“Conclusion: Assessing Shocks and Rivalry in the Middle East and North Africa” (with William R. Thompson), in Imad Mansour and William R. Thompson, eds., Shocks and Rivalries in the Middle East and North Africa (Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2020).
(in Arabic) “Chinese Foreign Policy,” in Marwan Kabalan, ed., The Arabs and China: The Future of Relations with a Rising Power (Doha: Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, 2019).
(in Arabic) “Reflections on China’s ‘development paradigm’,” in Youssef Sawan, ed., Arab-Chinese Relations, (Beirut: Center for Arab Unity Studies, 2017).
“Qatar’s Global Activism: Pursuing Ambition in the Midst of Domestic and Regional Transitions,” in Jacqueline Anne Braveboy-Wagner, ed., Diplomatic Strategies of Nations in the Global South: The Search for Leadership (Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).
“A GCC-China Security “Strategic Partnership”: Its Potential and Contours,” in Timothy Niblock, Degang Sun, and Alejandra Galindo, eds., The Arab States of the Gulf and BRICS: New Strategic Partnerships in Politics and Economics (Frankfurt: Gerlach Press, 2016).
“Can China be a Pillar of GCC Security?” China and the Challenges in Greater Middle East Conference Report (Danish Institute for International Studies, 2016): 17-21.
“The GCC States and the Viability of a Strategic Military Partnership with China,” The Middle East-Asia Project (The Middle East Institute), March 17 (2015).
“Libya’s Transition,” Academic Foresights, no. 14 (2015).
“La Libye, croisée des chemins ou sentier tortueux?” (Libya: Crossroad or Curbs?) Afkar/Idées no. 32 (2011-2012).
“Is it Time for Political Change in Iran? Looking for Indicators in Society’s Activism,” McGill Foreign Affairs Review 2, no. 1 (2010): 6–11.