Galia Press-Barnathan

Dr. Galia Press-Barnathan

Senior Lecturer, Department of International Relations
galia press-barnathan

PhD - Columbia University

Senior Lecturer, Department of International Relations

 

Research Interests and Projects

  • International Relations theory- international cooperation
  • security cooperation
  • transatlantic relations
  • Japan, cross-regional comparison
  • The political economy of transitions to peace
  • Allies under unipolarity

Recent Publications

Books

  • Galia Press-Barnathan. Organizing the World – The United States and Regional Cooperation in Asia and Europe 
    (New York: Routledge, 2003).

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • Galia Press-Barnathan (2000/1). “The Lure of Regional Security Arrangements: The United States and Regional Security Cooperation in Asia and Europe”. Security Studies Vol.10 (2), pp.49-97. [IF:  0.273; R: 41/54]
  • Galia Press-Barnathan (June 2004). “The War in Iraq and International Order – From Bull to Bush”. International Studies Review Vol. 6(2), pp. 195-212.
  • Galia Press-Barnathan (September 2005). “The Changing Incentives for Security Regionalization- From 119 to 911,” Cooperation and Conflict Vol.40 (3): 281-304.
  • Galia Press-Barnathan (April/June 2006). “Managing the Hegemon: Alliances under Unipolarity”. Security Studies
  • Galia Press-Barnathan (May 2006). “Economic Cooperation and Transition to Peace- The Neglected Dimension of Commercial Liberalism”. Journal of Peace Research  Vol.43(3)
  • Galia Press-Barnathan (May 2006). “Economic Cooperation and Transition to Peace- The Neglected Dimension of Commercial Liberalism”. Journal of Peace Research  Vol.43(3)

Book Reviews

  • Galia Press-Barnathan (Winter 2002). “The Kantian Peace and the Stable Peace,” Politika Vol.8 [Hebrew].

Working Papers

  • Galia Press-Barnathan (Fall 2005). “Security Interests and Challenges in the Maghreb 2030- The Triangular Relations between the EU, US and the Maghreb,” NATO Defense College Publications, Rome.
  • Galia Press-Barnathan (March 2006) “Economic incentives and the transition to peace”, in “Trade as a Promoter of Regional Peace: From theory to practice”, Davis Institute for International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. [Hebrew].

 

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