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Course Reserves

In addition to the online reserves listed below, you can search for all materials on reserve at the library's circulation desk, using Kentlink.

If your instructor is using Ares, go to the Ares website to find your course reserve materials (remember you will need the password provided by your instructor for that course). Instructors can request to add materials to their Ares course by following the instructions on the University Library's Course Reserves webpage.

The following electronic articles have been placed on reserve by faculty. All of the articles can be accessed from computers at Kent State Stark. If you using a computer off campus, you may not be able to access some of these articles. See refer to the Off-Campus Access options to the right and Contact Us if you have problems accessing reserve items.

Dr. Joel Carbonell

Comparative Politics

Almond, Gabriel A. "Capitalism and Democracy." PS: Political Science and Politics, vol. 24, no. 3, 1991, pp. 467-474.

Mearsheimer, John J. "Liberal talk, realistic thinking." University of Chicago Magazine, vol.94: no.3, 2002,

Sen, Amartya. "Democracy as a University Value." Journal of Democracy, vol. 10, no. 3, 1999,

Zakaria, Fareed. “The Rise of Illiberal Democracy.” Foreign Affairs, vol. 76, no. 6, 1997, pp. 22–43.

Dr. Joel Carbonell

U.S. Foreign Policy

"Military Spending, Liberal Institutions and State Compliance with International Environmental Agreements," International Environmental Agreements (Carbonell, 2016), 16(5), 691-719.

“An Empirical Analysis of U.S. State Court Citation Practices to International Human Social Rights Treaties,” International Journal of Human Rights (Carbonell & Banks, 2015), 19(1), 1-15.

“Democracy and State Environmental Commitment to International Environmental Treaties,” International Environmental Agreements (Carbonell & Allison, 2013), 15(2), 79-104.

“International Human Education Rights Commitments in U.S. Courts,” International Journal of Human Rights (Banks & Carbonell, 2013). 17(3), 391-410.

Jacobs, Lawrence and Benjamin Page. 2005.  Who Influences U.S. Foreign Policy? American Political Science Review v. 99(1): 107-123.

Kang, David. 2003. International Relations Theory and the Second Korean War. International Studies Quarterly v. 47: 301-324.

Layne, Christopher. 2006. The Unipolar Illusion Revisited: The Coming End to the United States’ Unipolar Moment. International Security v. 31: 7-41.

McKeown, Timothy. 2000. The Cuban Missile Crisis and Politics as Usual. The Journal of Politics v. 62: 70-87.

Mearsheimer, John. 2002. Liberal Talk, Realist Thinking. University of Chicago Magazine.

Neumayer, Eric. 2005. Do International Human Rights Treaties Improve Respect for Human Rights? Journal of Conflict Resolution 49: 925-953.

O’Neill, Barry. 1996. Power and Satisfaction in the United Nations Security Council. Journal of Conflict Resolution v. 40(2): 219-237.

Rice, Condoleezza. 2008 Rethinking the National Interest: American Realism for a New World, Foreign Affairs, 2-26.

Saunder, Richard M. 1985. Military Force in the Foreign Policy of the Eisenhower Presidency. Political Science Quarterly. v. 100: 97-116.

Waltz, Kenneth N. 1988. The Origins of War in NeoRealist Theory.  Journal of Interdisciplinary History. v.18: 615-628.

Zakaria, Fareed, 1990. The Reagan Strategy of Containment. Political Science Quarterly. v. 105: 373-395.

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