International Studies Review, Volume 25, Issue 2Gregorio Bettiza, Derek Bolton und David Lewis (2023): "Civilizationism and the Ideological Contestation of the Liberal International Order," International Studies Review, 25 (2), viad006.


The Routledge Handbook of Ideology and International RelationsGregorio Bettiza (2022): "Ideological Religion in World Politics," In Jonathan Leader Maynard and Mark L. Haas (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Ideology and International Relations. London: Routledge.


The Review of Faith & International AffairsGregorio Bettiza (2021): "An Encounter in Three Phases with an Intellectual Giant," The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 19(4), 10-13.

Gregorio Bettiza (2021): "Religion and International Relations (2nd ed.)," Oxford Bibliographies.

International TheoryGregorio Bettiza and Stephane J. Baele (2021): "‘Turning’ everywhere in IR: on the sociological underpinnings of the field's proliferating turns," International Theory, 13(2), 314-340.

Politics and ReligionGregorio Bettiza (2021): "Review: A Secular Age Beyond the West: Religion, Law and the State in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa," A Secular Age Beyond the West: Religion, Law and the State in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa. Edited by Mirjam Künkler, John Madeley, and Shylashri Shankar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gregorio Bettiza (2021): "To 'ism' or not to 'ism'?" H-Diplo: Roundtable on Teaching IR’s Paradigms .

Gregorio Bettiza (2021): "International Religious Freedom’s Christian 'Soft Spot': Causes, Consequences, and Solutions," Berkley Forum: Recommendations for the Incoming Biden Administration.


Gregorio Bettiza (2020): "Has the Clash of Civilizations Thesis Influenced America’s War on Terror?" Imperial & Global Forum.

Journal of Global Security StudiesGregorio Bettiza and David Lewis (2020): "Authoritarian Powers and Norm Contestation in the Liberal International Order: Theorizing the Power Politics of Ideas and Identity," Journal of Global Security Studies, 5 (4), 559–577.

Gregorio Bettiza (2020): "States, Religions, and Power: Highlighting the Role of Sacred Capital in World Politics," The Geopolitics of Religious Soft Power Project: The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University; The Brookings Institution.

Gregorio Bettiza (2020): "The pandemic and the end of the liberal world order as we knew it,"

Gregorio Bettiza (2020): "Pandemipolitics and the (Potential) Unmaking of the Liberal World Order," .


Gregorio Bettiza (2019): "Why does the United States have a Christian ‘Soft Spot’ and what to do about it?" LSE Blog: Religion and Global Society.

International Studies PerspectivesGregorio Bettiza, D. Abdelkader, D. T. Buckley, J. Cesari, J. Haynes, N. Sandal and G. Shani (2019): "Forum: Teaching Religion and International Relations: Disciplinary, Pedagogical, and Personal Reflections," International Studies Perspectives, 20 (4), 301–343.

International Studies PerspectivesGregorio Bettiza, Deina Abdelkader, David T Buckley, Jocelyne Cesari, Jeffrey Haynes, Nukhet Sandal and Giorgio Shani (2019): "Conclusion: Five Challenges to Teaching Religion and International Relations," International Studies Perspectives, 20 (4).

Finding Faith in Foreign Policy: Religion and American Diplomacy in a Postsecular World (Gregorio Bettiza)Gregorio Bettiza (2019): Finding Faith in Foreign Policy: Religion and American Diplomacy in a Postsecular World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Studies in Conflict & TerrorismGregorio Bettiza, Stephane J. Baele, Katharine A. Boyd and Travis G. Coan (2019): "ISIS’s Clash of Civilizations: Constructing the “West” in Terrorist Propaganda," Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 44 (11), 887-919.


Gregorio Bettiza and Fabio Petito (2018): "Why (Clash of) Civilizations Discourses Just Won’t Go Away? Understanding the Civilizational Politics of Our Times," E-IR.


PoliticsGregorio Bettiza and Stephane J. Baele (2017): "What do academic metrics do to political scientists? Theorizing their roots, locating their effects," Politics, 37(4), 445–469.


Gregorio Bettiza (2016): "Religion and International Relations," Oxford Bibliographies.


Global Secularisms in a Post-Secular AgeGregorio Bettiza (2015): "Post-secular Expertise and American Foreign Policy," in Michael Rectenwald, Rochelle Almeida, and George Levine (eds.), Global Secularisms in a Post-Secular Age. Berlin, München, Boston: De Gruyter, 235-258.

Gregorio Bettiza (2015): "Should the United States attempt to reform Islam?" The Foreign Policy Centre.

European Journal of International RelationsGregorio Bettiza and Filippo Dionigi (2015): "How do religious norms diffuse? Institutional translation and international change in a post-secular world society," European Journal of International Relations, 21(3), 621–646.


Review of International Studies, 41(4)Gregorio Bettiza (2014): "Constructing civilisations: Embedding and reproducing the ‘Muslim world’ in American foreign policy practices and institutions since 9/11," Review of International Studies, 41(4), 575 - 600.

Gregorio Bettiza (2014): "Empty Signifier in Practice: Interrogating the 'Civilizations' of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations," ReligioWest Working Paper, RSCAS 2014/95, EUI.

Gregorio Bettiza and Filippo Dionigi (2014): "Beyond Constructivism’s Liberal Bias: Islamic Norm Entrepreneurs in a Post-Secular World Society," EUI Working Paper MWP, 10.

International Studies ReviewGregorio Bettiza (2014): "Civilizational Analysis in International Relations: Mapping the Field and Advancing a ‘Civilizational Politics’ Line of Research," International Studies Review, 16(1), 1–28.

Gregorio Bettiza (2014): "'After the Shipwreck': Interpreting religion in international relations," The Immanent Frame.


International Politics Reviews, 1(1)Gregorio Bettiza (2013): "Religion and American Foreign Policy in the Context of the Postsecular Turn in World Politics and the Social Sciences," International Politics Reviews, 1(1), 11–26.

Gregorio Bettiza (2013): "From Berlusconismo to Grillismo? The irony and tragedy of Italian politics," Asharq Al-Awsat.

Gregorio Bettiza (2013): "The Social and Material Construction of Civilizations in International Relations: the ‘Muslim World’ in American Foreign Policy after 9/11," EUI Working Paper MWP, 26.

Gregorio Bettiza and Emiliano Alessandri (2013): "Four Scenarios for Transatlantic Relations in Obama’s Second Term," LSE IDEAS Transatlantia Blog and Aspenia Online.


Gregorio Bettiza and Emiliano Alessandri (2012): "Debating Decline, Sidelining Foreign Policy," LSE IDEAS Transatlantia Blog and Aspenia Online.

Gregorio Bettiza and Christopher Phillips (2012): "Islam is in the Eye of the Beholder: Explaining the Variance in American and European Discourses and Practices towards 'Islam' and 'Muslims'," Unpublished paper.

Gregorio Bettiza (2012): "The Global Resurgence of Religion and the Desecularization of American Foreign Policy, 1990-2012," Ph.D. thesis submitted to the Department of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Gregorio Bettiza and Emiliano Alessandri (2012): "American Elections at a Time of Crisis: The Risks of Introspection," LSE IDEAS Transatlantia Blog; The German Marshall Fund of the United States; and Il Sole 24 Ore/Aspenia Online.


Gregorio Bettiza (2011): "10 Myths about the Arab Spring: A Secular Uprising?" The Majalla Magazine.

Gregorio Bettiza (2011): "The Arab Spring: No Prediction Failure but a Lack of Sound Policy Analysis," Aspenia Online.

Gregorio Bettiza and Nicholas Kitchen (2011): "The Lessons of Northern Ireland (Guest-edited report)," LSE IDEAS Special Report, no. 009.


The International SpectatorGregorio Bettiza (2010): "Book Review: Re-examining Soft Power in the Age of Obama," The International Spectator, 45(4). London, New York: Routledge, 104-106.

International Affairs Volume 86 Issue 6Gregorio Bettiza (2010): "Review: Political Islam Observed," International Affairs, 86(6), 1411–1476.

Gregorio Bettiza (2010): "Tea Time in Washington: The Tea Party in International Perspective," LSE IDEAS Today, no. 6.

Gregorio Bettiza (2010): "Liberal Interventionism R.I.P." LSE IDEAS Transatlantia Blog.

Gregorio Bettiza (2010): "Obama’s Domestic Foreign Policy," Aspenia Online.

Gregorio Bettiza and Christopher Phillips (2010): "Obama’s Middle East Policy: Time to Decide," LSE IDEAS Special Report, no. 003.

Gregorio Bettiza (2010): "Britain: Undecided at Home, Uncertain Abroad," Aspenia Online.

Gregorio Bettiza (2010): "Drifting or Rifting? America and Europe in the Age of Obama," LSE IDEAS Today, no. 3.

Gregorio Bettiza (2010): "Sanctioning Iranian Narcissism: Or Why Iran is Not A Rogue State," The Majalla Magazine.


Millennium: Journal of International StudiesGregorio Bettiza (2009): "Book Review: Rosemary Durward and Lee Marsden (eds), Religion, Conflict and Military Intervention," Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 39(3). Farnham: Ashgate, 909–910.

Gregorio Bettiza (2009): "A Trust Dilemma: Obama and Afghanistan," Aspenia Online and The Majalla Magazine.

Gregorio Bettiza (2009): "Whose Rise and Decline? The G20 and the Post-European Era," Aspenia Online.


Gregorio Bettiza (with project team) (2008): "West Bank and Gaza Village and Neighbourhood Development Project: Project Appraisal Document," World Bank, Washington D.C./Jerusalem.

Gregorio Bettiza and Samia Al-Botmeh (2008): "Mainstreaming Youth in Community Development Projects in the Context of Conflict Affected Countries: The Case of West Bank and Gaza," Social Development Report, World Bank, Washington D.C./Jerusalem.


Gregorio Bettiza (with report team) (2007): "Youth an Undervalued Asset: Towards a New Agenda in the Middle East and North Africa," Economic and Sector Work, World Bank, Washington D.C./MENA.

Gregorio Bettiza (2007): "Local Development in West Bank and Gaza," Project Working Paper, World Bank, Washington D.C./Jerusalem.


Gregorio Bettiza (with report team) (2006): "Local Business, Local Peace: the Peace-building Potential of the Domestic Private Sector," International Alert, London.

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