Peer-Reviewed Articles

Ralston, R., Krebs, R. R. (2018). Democracy in the Crucible of Conflict. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press.

Manion, M., Ralston, R., Matthews, T., Allen, I. (2017). Budget Analysis as a Tool to Monitor Economic and Social Rights. Journal of Human Rights Practice, 9(1), 146-158.

Other Writing

Matt Motta, Jen Spindel, and Robert Ralston “Veterans are concerned about climate change, and that matters,” The Conversation, 8 March 2019. Supplementary Data.

Ron Krebs, Robert Ralston, and Aaron Rapport “Americans’ Blind Faith in the Military Is Dangerous,” Foreign Policy, 3 December 2018. Supplementary Data -- Survey Questions | Supplementary Data -- Descriptive Data | Supplementary Data -- Regression

  • Interview based on article on the podcast “Thank You For Your Service,” “The Dangers of Deference.” 24 December 2018.

Ron Krebs and Robert Ralston “Trump and Obama Have One Surprising Thing in Common -- The Words They Use,” The Conversation, 8 August 2017.  Additional Figures.

Jen Spindel and Robert Ralston “The Transgender Ban and the Politics of Exclusion,” Duck of Minerva, 28 July 2017.

Manion, Megan, Ralston, Robert, Matthews, Thandi, and Ian Allan. “Human Rights Watch Advisory Project Report 2017: Budget Analysis for Economic and Social Rights,” Report commissioned by Human Rights Watch, May 2016.

Manion, Megan, Ralston, Robert, Matthews, Thandi, and Ian Allan. “Using Budget Analysis to Confront Governments: What Practitioners Need to Know,” OpenGlobalRights, May 2016.