Below are my books, journal articles, and book chapters. Click here for my full cv.


Brent Sasley. 2012. The Politics of Governing in the Middle East. M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

Brent Sasley. 2007. The Cold War in the Middle East, 1950-1991. Mason Crest Publishers.

Tami Amanda Jacoby and Brent Sasley, eds. 2002. Redefining Security in the Middle East. Manchester University Press.

Journal Articles

Mira Sucharov and Brent Sasley. 2014. "Blogging Identities on Israel/Palestine: Public Intellectuals and Their Audiences." PS: Political Science and Politics 47, no.1 (January): 177-181.

Neil Caplan, Wendy Pearlman, Brent Sasley, and Mira Sucharov. 2012. “History, Rationality, Narrative, Imagery: A Four-Way Conversation on Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict.” Journal of Political Science Education 8, no.3 (August): 288-302.

Brent Sasley. 2012. “Turkish Leaders and Foreign Policy Decision-Making: Lobbying for European Union Membership.” Middle Eastern Studies 48, no.4 (July): 553-566.

Brent Sasley and Mira Sucharov. 2011. “Resettling the Settlers.” International Journal 13, no.3 (Autumn): 999-1017.

Brent Sasley. 2011. “Theorizing States’ Emotions.” International Studies Review 13, no.3 (September): 452-476.

Brent Sasley. 2011. “Studying Middle Eastern International Relations through IR Theory.” Ortadoğu Etütleri (Middle Eastern Studies) [Turkey] 2, no.2 (January): 9-32.

Brent Sasley. 2010. “Affective Attachments and Foreign Policy: Israel and the 1993 Oslo Accords.” European Journal of International Relations. 16, no.4 (December): 687-709. 

Brent Sasley. 2010. “Teaching Students How to Fail: Simulations as Tools of Explanation.” International Studies Perspectives 11, no.1 (February): 61-74.

Brent Sasley. 2002. “Changes and Continuities in Jordanian Foreign Policy.” Middle East Review of International Affairs 6, no.1 (March): 36-48.

Brent Sasley. 1998. “Turkey’s Energy Politics in the Post-Cold War Era.” Middle East Review of International Affairs 2, no.4 (December): 28-36. 

Book Chapters 

Brent Sasley. 2014. “Remembering and Forgetting in Turkish Identity and Policymaking.” In Memory and Trauma in International Relations, eds. Dovile Budryte and Erica Resende, 138-152. London: Routledge. 

Brent Sasley. 2010. “Turkish Identity as Enabler or Impediment: Turkey in Central Asia.” In The “New” Central Asia: The Regional Impact of International Actors, ed. Emilian Kavalski, 191-214. Singapore: World Scientific.

Brent Sasley and Tami Amanda Jacoby. 2007. “Canada’s Jewish and Arab Communities and Canadian Foreign Policy.” In Canada and the Middle East: In Theory and Practice, eds. Paul Heinbecker and Bessma Momani, 185-204. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. 

Brent Sasley. 2002. “The Effects of Political Liberalization on Security.” In Redefining Security in the Middle East, eds. Tami Amanda Jacoby and Brent E. Sasley, 150-172. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Brent Sasley. 2001. “Turkey’s Energy Politics.” In Turkey in World Politics: An Emerging Multiregional Power, eds. Barry Rubin and Kemal Kirisçi, 217-233. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

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