Burak Kadercan

Associate Professor of Strategy and Policy, Naval War College

​Fellow at Center for Strategic Studies, The Fletcher School, Tufts University


2015. "Triangulating Territory: A Case for Pragmatic Interaction Between Political Science, Political Geography, and Critical IR." International Theory 7 (1): 125-161. Link

2014. “Strong Armies, Slow  Adaptation: Civil-Military Relations and Diffusion of Military Power.” International Security 38 (3): 117-152. Link

2013. “Making Sense of Survival: Refining the Treatment of State Preferences in Neorealist Theory.” Review of International Studies 39 (4): 1015-1037. Link

2012. “Military Competition and the Emergence of Nationalism.” International Studies Review 14 (4): 401- 428. Link


2015. "Bringing the 'Other' Empires Back In: The Case of the Ottoman Empire." American Political Science Association's International History and Politics Newsletter 1 (1). Link

​2014.  “Busting  Myths:  Five  books  on  The  Cuban  Missile  Crisis  in  Its  Fiftieth  Anniversary.”  Cold War History 14 (3): 445-451. Link

2014. “Güç  [Power],”  in  Uluslararası  İlişkilere  Giriş:  Tarih,  Teori,  Kavramlar  ve  Konular  [Introduction  to   International  Relations:  History,  Theory,  Concepts,  and  Issues]  ed.  by  Şaban  Kardaş  and  Ali  Balcı  (Istanbul:   İmge). Link to book

2012. Review of Revolution and Constitutionalism in the Ottoman Empire and Iran (Cambridge UP, 2011) by Nader Sohrabi. Comparative Political Studies 45 (10): 1310-1314.

​2012. "Uluslararası Ilişkiler ve Din [International Relations and Religion]." Boğaziçi Üniversitesi-TÜSİAD Dış Politika Forumu Araştırma Raporu [Bogazici University - TUSIAD Foreign Policy Forum Research Report]. Link