Dr. Galia Press-Barnatan

Galia  Press-Barnatan
PhD Programs Advisor
Office: 5305
02-5883150

Research Areas: Regional Cooperation, International Relations Theory, Popular Culture and IR.

Books

Galia Press-Barnathan. Organizing the World – The United States and Regional

Cooperation in Asia and Europe (New York: Routledge, 2003).  

Galia Press-Barnathan. The Political Economy of Transitions to Peace (Pittsburgh University Press,  2009).  

 

Articles

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.

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 (May/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 (June 2014) " The impact of regional dynamics on US policy toward regional security arrangements in East Asia" International Relations of Asia-Pacific Vol.14 (3): 357-392.

Galia Press-Barnathan (2016). "Thinking about the Role of Popular Culture in International Conflicts", International Studies Review 10.1093/isr/viw030.

 

Chapters in books

Galia Press-Barnathan, “Western Europe, NATO and the U.S.: Leash-Slipping, not Leash-Cutting”, in: Kristen Williams, Steven Lobell and Neal Jesse (eds.,) To Support, Follow, or Challenge: The Limits of Hegemony and the Rise of the Rest (Stanford University Press,  2012) 

Galia Press-Barnathan, Kristen Williams, Steven Lobell and Neal Jesse,  Ch.1 “The Leader Can’t Lead When the Followes Won’t Follow: The Limitations of Hegemony”, in Kristen Williams, Steven Lobell and Neal Jesse (eds.,) To Support, Follow, or Challenge: The Limits of Hegemony and the Rise of the Rest (Stanford University Press, 2012)

Galia Press-Barnathan,  “Popular Culture and Soft Power”  in: Nissim Otmazgin and Eyal Ben-Ari (eds.,) Popular Culture and the State in East and South East Asia (Routledge, 2012).

Galia Press-Barnathan, "The (de)Construction of “Economic Peace”- “Economic Peace” Strategies in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Between Theory and Reality" (with Mor Mitrani), in: Lutmar Carmela and Miller Benjamin (eds.,) Regional peacemaking and conflict management- A comparative perspective (Routledge 2015.)

Galia Press-Barnathan, " Economic Statecraft of Transitions to Peace: France, Germany and Poland" in: Ripsman Norrin and Lobell Steven (eds.,) The political economy of peacemaking[?] (Michigan University Press, 2016).