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Full-texts of Selected Publications

NOTE: not all links will work for your location. Canada seems to have broader "fair dealing" copyright laws, which made all of these links work during fall 2018. 


Payne, Rodger A., and Nayef H. Samhat. Democratizing Global Politics: Discourse norms, International Regimes, and Political Community. SUNY Press, 2004, 2012. Google preview.  

Journal Articles (full bibliographic information).

Payne, Rodger A. "Grappling with Dr. Strangelove’s 'Wargasm' Fantasy." International Studies Review (2019).

Payne, Rodger A., "Global Politics of Climate Change," Sustain: 37 (Fall/Winter 2018): 18-22.

Payne. Rodger A., "Laughing off a Zombie Apocalypse: The Value of Comedic and Satirical Narratives, International Studies Perspectives 18, no. 2 (2017): 211-224. Was doi: 10.1093/isp/ekv026

Payne, Rodger A. "Cooperative security: Grand strategy meets critical theory?." Millennium 40, no. 3 (2012): 605-624.

McCauley, Phillip M., and Rodger A. Payne. “The Illogic of the Biological Weapons Taboo.” Strategic Studies Quarterly 4:1 (2010): 6-35.

Payne, Rodger A. "Neorealists as critical theorists: The purpose of foreign policy debate." Perspectives on Politics 5:3 (2007): 503-514. The copyright belongs to the American Political Science Association, which published the work with Cambridge University Press. This is the link to the online edition of the journal article.  

Payne, Rodger A. "The geopolitics of global climate change." Sustain 16 (2007): 9-15.

Dombrowski, Peter, and Rodger A. Payne. "The emerging consensus for preventive war." Survival 48, no. 2 (2006): 115-136.

Samhat, Nayef H., and Rodger A. Payne. "American foreign policy legitimacy and the global public sphere." Peace Review 18, no. 2 (2006): 251-259.

Daniel, Donald CF, Peter Dombrowski, and Rodger A. Payne. "The Bush Doctrine Is Dead; Long Live the Bush Doctrine?" Orbis 2, no. 49 (2005): 199-212.

Payne, Rodger A. "Deliberating Preventive War: The Strange Case of Iraq’s Disappearing Nuclear Threat." Ridgway Center, University of Pittsburgh, Working Papers in Security Studies (2005).

Daniel, Donald CF, Peter J. Dombrowski, and Rodger A. Payne. "The Bush Doctrine: Rest in Peace?." Defence Studies 4, no. 1 (2004): 18-39.

Dombrowski, Peter, and Rodger A. Payne. "Global Debate and the Limits of the Bush Doctrine." International Studies Perspectives 4, no. 4 (2003): 395-408.

Samhat, Nayef, and Rodger Payne. "Regimes, public spheres and global democracy: towards the transformation of political community." Global Society 17, no. 3 (2003): 273-295.

Payne, Rodger A. "Persuasion, frames and norm construction." European Journal of International Relations 7.1 (2001): 37-61.

Payne, Rodger A. "Is an Outlaw State Calling the Shots?." International Studies Perspectives 2, no. 2 (2001).

Payne, Rodger A. "Bush: The Sequel." International Studies Perspectives 2, no. 3 (2001): 305-315.

Payne, Rodger A. "The limits and promise of environmental conflict prevention: The case of the GEF." Journal of Peace Research 35, no. 3 (1998): 363-380.

Payne, Rodger A. "Wanted: outstanding ideas for improving world order." PS: Political Science & Politics 31, no. 4 (1998): 861-863.

Payne, Rodger A. "Resurrecting doubts about national missile defense." Defense Analysis 13, no. 2 (1997): 201-213.

Payne, Rodger A. "A Response to Nelson on'Deliberation, Leverage or Coercion?'." Journal of Peace Research 34, no. 4 (1997): 470-472.

Payne, Rodger A. "Deliberating global environmental politics." Journal of Peace Research 33, no. 2 (1996): 129-136.

Payne, Rodger A. "Freedom and the environment." Journal of Democracy 6, no. 3 (1995): 41-55.

Payne, Rodger A. "Nonprofit environmental organizations in world politics: Domestic structure and transnational relations." Review of Policy Research 14, no. 1‐2 (1995): 171-182.

Payne, Rodger A. "Public opinion and foreign threats: Eisenhower's response to Sputnik." Armed Forces and Society 21, no. 1 (1994): 89.

Payne, Rodger A. "The Politics of Defense Policy Communication: The “Threat” of Soviet Strategic Defense." Review of Policy Research 8, no. 3 (1989): 505-526.

Bunn, George, and Rodger A. Payne. "Tit‐for‐tat and the Negotiation of Nuclear Arms Control." Contemporary Security Policy  (formerly Arms Control) 9, no. 3 (1988): 207-233.

Rowland, Robert C., and Rodger A. Payne. "The Effectiveness of Reagan's “Star Wars” Address." Political Communication 4, no. 3 (1987): 161-178.

Rowland, Robert C., and Rodger A. Payne. "The Context-Embeddedness of Political Discourse: A Re-Evaluation of Reagan's Rhetoric in the 1982 Midterm Election Campaign." Presidential Studies Quarterly (1984): 500-511.

Recent Book chapters

Payne, Rodger A. "Stigmatization by Ridicule: From Dr. Strangelove to Donald Trump," in Non-Nuclear Peace; Beyond the Nuclear Ban Treaty. Ed by Tom Sauer, Jorg Kustermans, and Barbara Segaert. Palgrave Macmillan (2020)."

Payne, Rodger A. 'America First' and U.S.-Canadian Relations," in Canada and US Relations; Sovereignty or Shared Institutions? Ed. by David Carment and Christopher Sands. Palgrave Macmillan (2019): 61-83.