(2014). ‘IR Theory, Historical Materialism, and the False Promise of International Historical Sociology,’ Spectrum: Journal of Global Studies, 6:1, pp. 1-66.

(2014). ‘Carl Schmitt’s Concepts of War: A Categorical Failure‘, in Jens Meierhenrich and Oliver Simon (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Carl Schmitt (Oxford: OUP), pp. 1-24.

(2014). with Cemgil, CanThe dialectic of the concrete: reconsidering dialectic for IR and foreign policy analysis, Globalizations, 11 (5). pp. 605-625.

(2011). ‘Marx, Engels und Lenin: Krieg, Internationale Beziehungen und Geschichtstheorie‘ in Thomas Jäger and Rasmus Beckmann (eds). Handbuch Kriegstheorien. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften pp. 227-238

(2011). ‘Geopolitics’, in Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser and Leonardo Morlino (eds.), IPSA Encyclopedia of Political Science, 8 vols. (London: Sage).

(2011). ‘Fatal Attraction: a critique of Carl Schmitt’s international political and legal theory,’ International Theory, 3(2), pp. 179-227.

(2011). ‘Advances and Impasses in Fred Halliday’s International Historical Sociology: A Critical Appraisal,’ International Affairs, Volume 87 pp. 1087-1106

(2011). ‘The Fetish of Geopolitics. A reply to Gopal Balakrishnan‘, New Left Review, 69, May-June.

(2011). ‘Decisions and Indecisions: Carl Schmitt and no End‘, New Left Review, 67, January-February.

(2010). ‘Revisiting the “War-Makes-States” Thesis: War, Taxation and Social Property Relations in Early Modern Europe‘, in Olaf Asbach and Peter Schroeder (eds.), War, the State and International Law in Seventeenth Century Europe (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 35-62

(2008), ‘Marxism and International Relations‘, in Christian Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of International Relations. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 163-187.

with Hannes Lacher (2007). ‘The Many “Logics” of Capitalist Competition‘, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 20(4), pp. 565-80.

(2006). ‘Imperial Doxa from the Berlin Republic‘, New Left Review II, 40, pp. 128-40

(2006). ‘Debating “The Myth of 1648”: State-Formation, the Interstate System and the Rise of Capitalism – A Rejoinder‘,International Politics, 43(5), pp. 531-73

(2006). ‘The Metamorphoses of European Territoriality: A Historical Reconstruction‘, in Michael Burgess and Hans Vollaard (eds.), State Territoriality and European Integration. London and New York: Routledge. pp. 37-67.

(2005). ‘Bourgeois Revolution, State-Formation and the Absence of the International‘, Historical Materialism, 13(2), pp. 3-26

(2004). ‘The Origins and Evolution of the European States-System‘, in William Brown, Simon Bromley and Suma Athreye (eds.) Ordering the International: History, Change and Transformation. London and Ann Arbor, Mi: Pluto Press in association with The Open University Press. pp. 21-65

(2003). The Myth of 1648: Class, Geopolitics and the Making of Modern International Relations. London and New York: Verso.

(2002). ‘Theorising the Westphalian System of States: International Relations from Absolutism to Capitalism‘, European Journal of International Relations, 8(1), pp. 5-48.

with Christian Heine (2002). ‘The Dialectic of Globalisation: A Critique of Social Constructivism‘, in Mark Rupert and Hazel Smith (eds.), Historical Materialism and Globalization. London and New York: Routledge. pp. 165-87.

(2002). ‘Geopolitik und Marxismus‘, e-publication, expanded version of ‘Geopolitik’ entry for The Global Site, (University of Sussex).

(2001). ‘Geopolitik’, in Wolfgang-Fritz Haug (ed.) Vol.5  Historisch-Kritisches Wörterbuch des Marxismus: Gegenöffentlichkeit bis Hegemonialapparat. Berlin and Hamburg: Argument Verlag. pp. 322-34. Revised English translation [2006], ‘Geopolitics’, Historical Materialism, 14(1), pp. 327-35.

(1998), ‘Geopolitical Relations in the European Middle Ages: History and Theory‘, International Organization, 52:2, pp. 325-58.

(1997), co-authored with Christian Heine, ‘On Dialectic and International Relations: A Reply to Our Critics‘, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 26:2, pp. 455-70. A reply in special section on ‘Dialectic and IR Theory’ with contributions by Ekkehart Krippendorff, Friedrich Kratochwil, Mark Neufeld, Hayo Krombach, Matthias Albert and Yosef Lapid.

(1997), ‘The Significance of the Year One Thousand‘, [review article of Guy Bois, The Transformation of the Year One Thousand: The Village of Lournand from Antiquity to Feudalism (Manchester: Manchester University Press 1992)], Historical Materialism, 1:1, pp. 196-203.

with Christian Heine (1996). ‘Sleeping Beauty and the Dialectical Awakening: On the Potential of Dialectic for International Relations‘, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 25:2, pp. 399-423.