Articles and chapters


Bower, Adam. 2020. “Entrapping Gulliver: The United States and the Antipersonnel Mine Ban.” Security Studies 29 (1): 128-161.

Bower, Adam. 2019. “Contesting the International Criminal Court: Bashir, Kenyatta, and the Status of the Non-Impunity Norm in World Politics.” Special issue of the Journal of Global Security Studies 4 (1): 88–104.

Bower, Adam. 2015. “Norms Without the Great Powers: International Law, Nested Social Structures, and the Ban on Antipersonnel Mines.” International Studies Review 17 (3): 347-373.

Bower, Adam. 2015. “Arguing with Law: Strategic Legal Argumentation, US Diplomacy and Debates Over the International Criminal Court.” Review of International Studies 41 (2): 337-360. DOI: 10.1017/S0260210514000217.


Book chapters

Bower, Adam. 2020. “Negotiating Responsibility in Conventional Weapons Disarmament.” In The Rise of Responsibility in World Politics, edited by Antje Vetterlein and Hannes Hansen-Magnusson. Under contract with Cambridge University Press.

Bower, Adam. 2016. “Networking for the Ban: Network Structure, Social Power, and the Movement to Ban Antipersonnel Mines.” In The New Power Politics: Networks and Transnational Security Governance, edited by Deborah Avant and Oliver Westerwinter. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 169-195.

Bower, Adam and Richard Price. 2013. “Moral Mission Accomplished? Assessing the Landmine Ban.” In Justice, Sustainability, and Security: Global Ethics for the 21st Century, edited by Eric A. Heinze. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 131–169.