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Journal Special Issues

Gordon Friedrichs and Jordan Tama, Issue Editors, Polarization and U.S. Foreign Policy: Ideas, Institutions, and Implications, Special Issue of International Politics 59, 5 (2022)

Journal Articles

Jordan Tama, Maria Rost Rublee, and Kathryn Urban, “The Impact of Professional Training in Public and Policy Engagement,” PS: Political Science & Politics (First View, 2023)

Jordan Tama, Naazneen Barma, Brent Durbin, James Goldgeier, and Bruce Jentleson, “Bridging the Gap in a Changing World: New Opportunities and Challenges for Engaging Practitioners and the Public,” International Studies Perspectives 24, 3 (2023): 285-307

Ashrakat Elshehawy, Nikolay Marinov, Federico Nanni, and Jordan Tama, “SASCAT: Natural Language Processing Approach to the Study of Economic Sanctions,” Journal of Peace Research 60, 5 (2023): 877-885

Gordon Friedrichs and Jordan Tama, “Polarization and U.S. Foreign Policy: Key Debates and New Findings,” in Polarization and U.S. Foreign Policy: Ideas, Institutions, and Implications, Special Issue of International Politics 59, 5 (2022): 767-785

James D. Bryan and Jordan Tama, “The Prevalence of Bipartisanship in U.S. Foreign Policy: An Analysis of Important Congressional Votes,” in Polarization and U.S. Foreign Policy: Ideas, Institutions, and Implications, Special Issue of International Politics 59, 5 (2022): 874-897

Jordan Tama, "Forcing the President's Hand: How the U.S. Congress Shapes Foreign Policy Through Sanctions Legislation,Foreign Policy Analysis 16, 3 (2020): 397-416

Joshua Busby, Craig Kafura, Jonathan Monten, and Jordan Tama, "Multilateralism and the Use of Force: Experimental Evidence on the Views of Foreign Policy Elites," Foreign Policy Analysis 16, 1 (2020): 118-129

Jordan Tama, "Tradeoffs in Defense Strategic Planning: Lessons from the U.S. Quadrennial Defense Review," Defence Studies, Special Issue: Defence Planning as Strategic Fact 18, 3 (2018): 279-301 

Jordan Tama, "How an Agency's Responsibilities and Political Context Shape Government Strategic Reviews," Public Management Review, Special Issue: Toward A More Strategic View of Strategic Planning Research 20, 3 (2018): 377-396 

Jordan Tama, “The Politics of Strategy: Why Government Agencies Conduct Major Strategic Reviews,Journal of Public Policy 37, 1 (2017): 27-54

Jordan Tama, “Independent Commissions as Settings for Civil-Military Deliberation: The Case of Women in the Military,” Armed Forces and Society 42, 2 (2016): 407-426

Jordan Tama, “Does Strategic Planning Matter? The Outcomes of U.S. National Security Reviews,” Political Science Quarterly 130, 4 (2015-16): 735-65

Jordan Tama, “Crises, Commissions, and Reform: The Impact of Blue-Ribbon Panels,” Political Research Quarterly 67, 1 (2014):152-164

Jordan Tama, “From Private Consultation to Public Crusade: Assessing Eisenhower’s Legislative Strategies on Foreign Policy,” Congress and the Presidency 40, 1 (2013): 41-60

Jordan Tama, “The Power and Limitations of Commissions: The Iraq Study Group, Bush,  Obama, and Congress,” Presidential Studies Quarterly 41, 1 (2011): 135-155

Robert M. Hathaway and Jordan Tama, “The U.S. Congress and North Korea during the Clinton  Years: Talk Tough, Carry a Small Stick,Asian Survey 44, 5 (2004):  711-733

Other Scholarly Publications

Jordan Tama, “Varieties of Bipartisanship: How Democrats and Republicans Align on Foreign and Domestic Policy,” in Sarah Kreps and Douglas L. Kriner, editors, Checking the Costs of War: Sources of Accountability in U.S. Foreign Policy (University of Chicago Press, Forthcoming)

Susanna Campbell and Jordan Tama, “Bridging the Gap in International Relations,” in Cameron G. Thies, editor, Handbook of International Relations (Edward Elgar Publishing, Forthcoming)

Jordan Tama, “Anti-Presidential Bipartisanship in Foreign Policy in the Trump Era,” in Ralph G. Carter and James M. Scott, editors, Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy: Activism, Assertiveness and Acquiescence in a Polarized Era (Rowman and Littlefield, 2021)

Jordan Tama, "The Multiple Forms of Bipartisanship: Political Alignments in US Foreign Policy," Social Science Research Council's Democracy Papers series (2018)

Shoon Murray and Jordan Tama, "U.S. Foreign Policymaking and National Security," in Derek S. Reveron, Nicholas K. Gvosdev, and John A. Cloud, editors, The Oxford Handbook of U.S. National Security (Oxford University Press, 2018)

Jordan Tama, "Foreign and Security Policy," in Gillian Peele, Christopher J. Bailey, Bruce E. Cain, and B. Guy Peters, editors, Developments in American Politics, Eighth Edition (Palgrave, 2018)

Dina Smeltz, Craig Kafura, Joshua W. Busby, Jonathan Monten, and Jordan Tama, "Foreign Policy Beliefs Among Leaders and the Public," in James M. McCormick, editor, The Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy: Insights and Evidence, Seventh Edition (Rowman and Littlefield, 2018)

Jordan Tama, “The Political, Policy, and Oversight Roles of Congressional Defense Commissions,” in Colton C. Campbell and David P. Auerswald, editors, Congress and Civil-Military Relations (Georgetown University Press, 2015), 53-70

Jordan Tama, “The 9/11 Commission,” in Gregory Moore, editor, Encyclopedia of U.S. Intelligence (Auerbach Publications, 2015), 9-13

Jordan Tama, “Changing Course in a Time of War: Congress and the 2006 Iraq Study Group,” in Maxmillian Angerholzer III, James Kitfield, Christopher P. Lu, and Norman Ornstein, editors, Triumphs and Tragedies of the Modern Congress: Case Studies in Legislative Leadership (Praeger, 2014), 311-317

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