Mark R Brawley

Academic title(s): 

Professor 

Contact Information
Address: 

855 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 2T7

Phone: 
514-398-3099
Email address: 
mark.brawley [at] mcgill.ca
Degree(s): 

PhD, UCLA

Office: 
Leacock 330
Office hours: 

Mondays 1-2, Wednesdays 10-11

Research areas: 
International Relations
Specialization: 

International Relations

Areas of interest: 

International Political Economy
Hegemony and Major Wars
International Factors in Domestic Change
Foreign Economic Policies

Selected publications: 

BOOKS

  • Political Economy and Grand Strategy: A Neoclassical Realist View, Routledge, 2010
  • Power, Money & Trade [expanded and revised edition of Turning Points], Broadview Press, 2005
  • The Politics of Globalization, Broadview Press, 2003
  • Alliance Politics, Kosovo and NATO’s War: Allied Force or Forced Allies?, edited with Pierre Martin, Palgrave, 2001
  • Afterglow or Adjustment? Domestic Institutions and the Responses to Overstretch, Columbia University Press, 1999
  • Turning Points: Decisions Shaping the Evolution of the International Political Economy, Broadview Press, 1998
  • Liberal Leadership: Great Powers and Their Challengers in Peace and War, Cornell University Press, 1993

RECENT JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • ““And we would have the field”: U.S. Steel and American Trade Policy, 1908-1912,” Business and Politics 19 (3) September 2017, 424-453
  • “Tariff Reform, Taxes and Land: Trade-based Cleavages in pre-World War I Britain,” Review of International Political Economy 16 (5), December 2009, 827-853
  • “Unemployment, Trade Liberalization, and Adjustment in post-transition South Africa” Journal of Asian and African Studies 44 (6) December 2009, 698-720, with Michelle Segal
  • “Building Blocks or BRIC Wall?  Fitting U.S. Foreign Policy to the Shifting Distribution of Power,” Asian Perspective 31 (4) February 2008, 151-175

RECENT BOOK CHAPTERS

  • "Analytical Liberalism, Neoclassical Realism, and the Need for Comparative Cases,” Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory, edited by William R. Thompson, 2017
  • “To Trade or Not to Trade?,” in International Political Economy, edited by Greg Anderson and Christopher Kukucha, Oxford University Press, 2016, 95-109
  • “The USA vs China in the World Economy,” in The U.S. and Canada 2015, Routledge, 2015
  • “New Rulers of the World? Brazil, Russia, India and China,” in The SAGE Handbook of Globalization, edited by Manfred B. Steger, Paul Battersby, and Joseph M. Siracusa, Sage, 2014, 524-541
  • “Canada in the World,” in Canadian Politics (6th edition), edited by James Brickerton and Alain-G. Gagnon, University of Toronto Press, 2014, 419-436
  • “La politique économique,” in Le système politique américain (5th edition), edited by Michel Fortmann and Pierre Martin, les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2013, 346-375, with Pierre Martin​
  • “A Post-American World? Perils, possibilities, and preparations,” in Debating a Post-American World: What Lies Ahead?, edited by Sabrina Hoque and Sean Clark, Routledge, 2011, 75-80
  • “Strategic Calculations in a Permissive Environment: A Neoclassical Realist Approach to Balancing in the 1930s,” in Neoclassical Realism, the State, and Foreign Policy, edited by Jeffrey Taliaferro, Steven Lobell, and Norrin Ripsman, Cambridge University Press, 2009, 75-98
  • “Globalization,” in Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy, edited by Ramkishen S. Rajan and Kenneth A. Reinert, Princeton University Press, 2008
  • “La politique économique,” in Le système politique américain (4th edition), edited by Michel Fortmann and Pierre Martin, les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2008, 315-336, with Pierre Martin
  •  “USA: Responding to Rising Powers with a Grand Strategy or ‘Muddling Through’?” in Regional Leadership in the Global System: Ideas, Interests and Strategies of Regional Powers, edited by Daniel Flemes, Ashgate, 2010, 291-312
  • “Strategic Calculations in a Permissive Environment: A Neoclassical Realist Approach to Balancing in the 1930s,” in Neoclassical Realism, the State, and Foreign Policy, edited by Jeffrey Taliaferro, Steven Lobell, and Norrin Ripsman, Cambridge University Press, 2009, 75-98
  • “Globalization,” in Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy, edited by Ramkishen S. Rajan and Kenneth A. Reinert, Princeton University Press, 2008
Group: 
Professor