I. Book

Reframing the Buffer State in Contemporary International Relations: Nepal’s Relations with India and China. Routledge. Forthcoming in May 2023.

II. Edited book

New Challenges and Opportunities in European-Asian Relations: Navigating an Assertive China and a Retrenching U.S., Palgrave MacMillan. Co-edited with Lukas K. Danner. 2021.

III. Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Implementing Quality Matters in the Political Science Online Classroom.” Journal of Political Science Education (June 2021) (with Maria Gabryszewska).

Constituting the Indo-Pacific: Securitization and the Processes of Region-Making.” International Quarterly for Asian Studies, Vol. 52, Nos. 1-2 (2021), pp. 15-34 (with Zenel Garcia).

Dynamics of Rivalry between Geographically Contiguous Regional Powers: The Case of Sino-Indian Competition.” Asian Politics & Policy Vol.11, No.1 (2019), pp. 123-143.

Southeast Asian Hedging and Indo-Japanese Strategies for Regional Balance: Managing China’s Rise.” The Air Force Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs Vol. 2, No.1 (2019), pp. 23-56. (with Zenel Garcia and Kevin Modlin).

Disaster Relief as a Political Tool: Analysing Indian and Chinese Responses after the Nepal Earthquakes.” Strategic Analysis Vol. 41, No.6 (2017), pp. 535-545.

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Border Minorities in China’s Foreign Relations with South Asia.” Journal of Borderlands Studies, (October 2017). Published online (with Lukas K. Danner).

Power Politics and Securitization: The Indo-Japanese Nexus in Southeast Asia.” Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies Vol. 4, No.2 (2017), pp. 310-324 (with Zenel Garcia).

Implications of the Dragon’s Rise for South Asia: Assessing China’s Nepal Policy.” Strategic Analysis 40, No.1 (2016), pp. 26-40 (with Lukas K. Danner).

IV. Book Chapters

Sino-Indian Relations and EU Development Policies in Nepal” in EU Development Policies: Between Norms and Geopolitics? Edited by: Sarah L. Beringer, Sylvia Maier, and Markus Thiel. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.

V. Discussion Papers

Nepal and Regionalism: Convergence of Geo-economic and Normative Interests,” in Nepal’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World (eds. Pramod Jaiswal and Amit Ranjan), Institute of South Asia Studies (National University of Singapore) and Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement – South Asia Discussion Papers. 

VI. Review Essays

China’s Engagement with its Periphery.” Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs Vol. 4, No.2 (2017), pp.239-248.

VII. Book Reviews

Andrew Small. “The China-Pakistan Axis: Asia’s New Geopolitics.” Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs Vol. 4, No.3 (2017), 357-360.

Bhumitra Chakma. “South Asia’s Nuclear Security.” Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs Vol. 2, No.3 (2015), pp. 341-43.

T.V. Paul. “The Warrior State: Pakistan in the Contemporary World.” South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies Vol. 38, No.3 (2015), pp.538-39.

VIII. Other Publications

Himalayan Geopolitics: Contemporary Analysis of Sino-Nepali Relations. E-International Relations, 2021.

With Yang Gyu Kim, Adam Ratzlaff, and Lana Shehadeh. Series: When Pawns Become Queens, Charged Affairs, 2019.