Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. (2022). How Research on Role Conceptions Helps Understand Ukrainian Resistance. The Jordan Center Blog (formerly: All the Russias), NYU Jordan Center. https://jordanrussiacenter.org/news/cconfronting-russia-how-research-on-role-conceptions-helps-understand-ukrainian-resistance/#.Ykuk9jVOnb0
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). How to Get Published in the Best Political Science and International Relations Journals: Understanding the Publishing Game. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Breuning, M. (2010). 21st Century Political Science: A Reference Handbook..
Breuning, M. (2007). Foreign Policy Analysis: A Comparative Introduction.
Breuning, M. (1998). Ethnopolitics in the New Europe.
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. (2022). How to Publish in Academic Journals. Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in International Relations. Edward Elgar.
Breuning, M. (2019). Role Theory in Politics and International Relations. Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Political Science. Oxford University Press.
Breuning, M. (2017). Role Theory in Foreign Policy. Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis/Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics,.
Breuning, M. (2016). Contesting Belgium’s Role in Development Cooperation. Domestic Role Contestation, Foreign Policy, and International Relations.
Breuning, M. (2013). "Belgium: Citizenship and Identity in a Multi-Ethnic Society." In Identity, Citizenship and Welfare: National and International Perspectives, eds. Ireneusz Paweł Karolewski and Andrzej Marcin Suszycki..
Breuning, M. (2011). "Re-Constructing Development Assistance: Analogies, Ideas, and Norms at the Dawn of the New Millennium." In Psychology, Constructivism, and International Relations: An Ideational Alliance, ed. Vaughn Shannon and Paul Kowert..
Breuning, M. (2011). "Role Theory Research in International Relations." In Role Theory Research in International Relations: Conceptual Challenges and Political Promise, eds. Sebastian Harnisch, Cornelia Frank, and Hanns W. Maull..
Breuning, M. (2010). "Content Analysis." In 21st Century Political Science: A Reference Handbook, eds. John Ishiyama and Marijke Breuning..
Breuning, M. (2010). "Incorporating Women into International Studies: Working their Way In." In International Studies Encyclopedia (ISE), a component of the International Studies Compendium Project, ed. Robert A. Denemark.
Breuning, M. (2010). "Pedagogy and Foreign Policy Analysis." In International Studies Encyclopedia (ISE), a component of the International Studies Compendium Project, ed. Robert A. Denemark.
Breuning, M. (2010). "Women and Publishing in International Studies." In International Studies Encyclopedia (ISE), a component of the International Studies Compendium Project, ed. Robert A. Denemark.
Breuning, M. (2009). "United States Aid to the Developing World." In Processes and Policies in American and Texas Politics: A Workbook for Political Science 1050, 8th ed, ed. Gloria C. Cox.
Breuning, M. (2007). "Flemish Ethnopolitical Parties in an Integrating Europe." In Nationalism in Contemporary Europe, eds. Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski and Andrzej Marcin Suszycki.
Breuning, M. (1998). "Configuring Issue Areas: Belgian and Dutch Representations of the Role of Foreign Assistance in Foreign Policy." In Problem Representation in Foreign Politicy Decision Making, eds. Donald A. Sylvan and James F. Voss.
Breuning, M. (1997). "Culture, History, Role: Belgian and Dutch Axioms and Foreign Assistance Policy." In Culture and Foreign Policy, ed. Valerie M. Hudson.
Breuning, M. (2017). The Diffusion of Intercountry Adoption. International Studies Review. 19(3), 517-519.
Breuning, M. (2016). “The Importance of Leaders’ Experience and Attributes.”. Why Leaders Fight. New York, Cambridge University Press, in International Studies Review..
Breuning, M. (2013). "Why World Peace Depends on Gender Equality in the Family." A review of: Hudson, Valerie M., Bonnie Balliff-Spanvill, Mary Caprioli, and Chad F. Emmett. 2012. Sex and World Peace. New York: Columbia University Press. 19(3):311-312.
Breuning, M. (2009). "Thinking Critically About Security Studies." Review of: Debrix, François, and Mark J. Lacy, Eds. 2009. The Geopolitics of American Insecurity: Terror, Power, and Foreign Policy. London and New York: Routledge, in International Studies Review. 11(4):791-793..
Breuning, M. (2007). Review of: Lebow, Richard Ned, Wulf Kansteiner, and Claudio Fogu, Eds. 2006. The Politics of Memory in Postwar Europe. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Breuning, M. (2004). "Bringing 'Comparative' Back to Foreign Policy Analysis.".
Breuning, M. (2002). Foreign Aid, Development Assistance, or Development Cooperation: What's in a Name?.
Breuning, M. (2002). Review of: Vos, Mei Li. 2001. International Cooperation between Politics and Practice: How Dutch Cooperation changed Remarkably Little after a Diplomatic Rupture. Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam Academisch Proefschrift.
Breuning, M. (2001). Review of: Nielson, Jonathan, Ed. 2000. Paths Not Taken: Speculations on American Foreign Policy and Diplomatic History, Interests, Ideals, and Power. Westport, CT: Praeger.
Breuning, M. (1995). Review of: Skidmore, David, and Valerie M. Hudson, Eds. 1993. The Limits of State Autonomy: Societal Groups and Foreign Policy Formulation. Boulder: Westview Press.
Breuning, M. (1994). "Clouded Vision: The Complexities of Foreign Aid Motivation." Review of: Lumsdaine, David Halloran. 1993. Moral Vision in International Politics: The Foreign Aid Regime 1949-1989. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Breuning, M. (1993). Review of: Khong, Yuen Foong. 1992. Analogies at War: Korea, Munich, Dien Bien Phu, and the Vietnam Decisions of 1965. Princeton: Princeton University Press, and Anderson, David L., Ed. 1993. Shadow on the White House: Presidents and the Vietnam War, 1945-1975. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas.
Breuning, M., De Bièvre, D., Van Den Anker, C., Schröder, E. (2018). Political Science Education in the Netherlands: Reflections on the State of the Art. Utrecht: QANU. www.qanu.nl
Ramos, J., Scalera Elliott, J., Fattore, C., Breuning, M. (2021). Anxiety and the Onset of COVID-19: Examining Concerns of Historically Excluded Scholars. International Studies Perspectives.
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). "Confronting Russia: How Do the Citizens of Countries of the Former Soviet Union Perceive Their States' Role?" (first listing). Communist and Post-Communist Studies. 54(3), 97-118.
Dessie, M., Breuning, M. (2021). Building Civil Society? An Assessment of the new Ethiopian Civil Society Law and Its Promise for Promoting Democracy.. Journal of Asian and African Studies. Special issue “Ethiopia in Transition.”. 10.1177/00219096211015321.
Breuning, M., Okundaye, G. (2021). Half of the Cabinet: Explaining Ethiopia’s Move to Gender Parity in the Government.. Journal of Asian and African Studies.
Breuning, M. (2021). Teaching Research and Researching Teaching: The Impactful Career of John Ishiyama.. Political Science Today. (1(3)), 18-24.
Okundaye, G., Breuning, M. (2021). Is the Expansion of Women’s Access to Political Leadership Rewarded? Evidence from the Allocation of US Foreign Aid. Journal of Women, Politics & Policy.
Crawford, K., Windsor, L., Breuning, M. (2021). Not a Leaky Pipeline! Academic Success is a Game of Chutes and Ladders.. PS: Political Science & Politics. 54(3), 509-512.
Breuning, M., Fattore, C., Ramos, J., Scalera, J. (2021). The Great Equalizer? Gender, Parenting, and Scholarly Productivity during the Global Pandemic.. PS: Political Science & Politics. 54(3), 427-431.
Breuning, M., Xi, J. (2021). The Consequences of Accession: The Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption's Impact on Children's Rights. Journal of International Relations and Development. 24(1), 77-100.
Breuning, M., Pechenina, A. (2021). Role Dissonance in Foreign Policy: Russia, Power, and Intercountry Adoption.. Foreign Policy Analysis. 16(1), 21-40.
Breuning, M. (2020). Going Dutch? Lessons from the Outcome-Based Political Science Curriculum in the Netherlands. PS: Political Science & Politics. 53(3), 510-514.
Breuning, M., Gross, B. I., Feinberg, A., Martinez, M., Sharma, R., Ishiyama, J. T. (2018). Clearing the Pipeline? Gender and the Review Process at the APSR.. PS: Political Science & Politics. 51(3), 629-634.
Breuning, M., Martinez, M. (2018). Difficult Commitments: Intercountry Adoption to the US and Accession to the Hague Convention. Other. 21(4), 247-269.
Breuning, M., Feinberg, A., Gross, B., Martinez, M., Sharma, R., Ishiyama, J. T. (2018). How International is Political Science? Patterns of Submission and Publication in the APSR.. PS: Political Science & Politics. 51(4), 789-798.
Ishiyama, J. T., Breuning, M. (2017). Organizing to Rule: Structure, Agent, and Explaining Presidential Management Styles in Africa (third listing). Democratization. 25(3), 524-544.
Breuning, M., Blanton, R. G. (2016). "What Makes International Studies Programs Successful? A Survey-Based Assessment.". International Studies Perspectives.
Breuning, M., Backstrom, J., Brannon, J., Gross, B. I., Widmeier, M. (2015). Reviewer Fatigue? Why Scholars Decline to Review their Peers' Work.. Political Science and Politics. 48(4), 595-600. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=9995005&fulltextType=NW&fileId=S1049096515000827
Breuning, M. (2014). “Gender and Generosity: Does Women’s Representation Affect Development Cooperation?”. Politics, Groups and Identities.
Breuning, M. (2013). " Samaritans, Family Builders, and the Politics of Intercountry Adoption." 14(4):417-435..
Breuning, M. (2013). " Women and Pre-Tenure Scholarly Productivity in International Studies: An Investigation into the Leaky Career Pipeline." 14(4):507-527..
Breuning, M. (2013). "Roles and Realities: When and Why Gatekeepers Fail to Change Foreign Policy.". Foreign Policy Analysis.
Breuning, M. (2013). "What Explains Openness to Intercountry Adoption?" 94(1):113-130.
Breuning, M. (2012). "Educational Access and Peace Duration in Post Conflict Countries." 38(1):58-78.
Breuning, M. (2011). "Orphans and Political Instability." 92(4):1002-1020..
Breuning, M. (2011). "The International Studies Minor in Practice: Program Offerings and Student Choices." 7(2): 1 73-195..
Breuning, M. (2011). "What's in a Name? Ethnic Party Identity and Democratic Development in Post Communist Politics." 17(2):223-241.
Breuning, M. (2010). "Participation by Women in Annual ISA Meetings, 2005-2009." International Studies Perspectives. 11(3): 242-253..
Breuning, M. (2009). Foreign Aid and Democratization in Post-Conflict Societies.
Breuning, M. (2009). The Politics of Intercountry Adoption: Explaining Variation in the Legal Requirements of Sub-Saharan African Countries.
Breuning, M. (2008). Assessing Assessment: Examining the Assessment Plans at Seventy Political Science Departments.
Breuning, M. (2007). Foreign Aid, Democracy, and Political Stability in Post Conflict Societies.
Breuning, M. (2007). Gender and Journal Authorship in Eight Prestigious Political Science Journals.
Breuning, M. (2007). Marketing the International Studies Major: Claims and Content of Programs at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions in the Midwest.
Breuning, M. (2007). Undergraduate International Students: A Resource for the Intercultural Education of American Peers?.
Breuning, M. (2007). Women's Participation in Annual Meetings: Comparative Perspective from ISA.
Breuning, M. (2006). A Century of Continuity and (Little) Change in the Structure of the Undergraduate Political Science Curriculum.
Breuning, M. (2006). How 'International' Are Undergraduate Political Science Programs at Liberal Arts and Sciences Colleges and Universities in the Midwest?.
Breuning, M. (2005). Promise and Performance: An Evaluation of Journals in International Relations.
Breuning, M. (2005). The International Relations of APSA.
Breuning, M. (2004). A Survey of International Studies Programs at Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities in the Midwest: Characteristics and Correlates.
Breuning, M. (2004). International Studies Programs: For What Purpose and for Whom?.
Breuning, M. (2003). Does Participation in Undergraduate Research Affect Political Science Students?.
Breuning, M. (2003). Donor Characteristics and the Dispersion of Foreign Assistance.
Breuning, M. (2003). The Role of Analogies and Abstract Reasoning in Decision Making: Evidence from the Debate over Truman's Proposal for Development Assistance.
Breuning, M. (2001). The Last Laugh: Skill Building through a Liberal Arts Political Science Curriculum.
Breuning, M. (2001). Women's Representation and Development Assistance: A Cross-National Study.
Breuning, M. (2000). Understanding Diversity in African-American Political Thought: Comparing Du Bois, Washington, Garvey, and Elijah Muhammad.
Breuning, M. (1999). Aiding the (Former) Enemy: Testing Explanations for Foreign Assistance to Eastern Europe and the FSU Republics.
Breuning, M. (1999). Ethnopolitical Parties and Development Cooperation: the Case of Belgium.
Breuning, M. (1998). The Rhetoric of Nationalism: Rhetorical Strategies of the Volksunie and Vlaams Blok in Belgium, 1991-1995.
Breuning, M. (1997). Foreign Policy in America's Backyard: Dutch and American Responses to the 8-December Murders in Suriname.
Breuning, M. (1997). Nationalism and Nationalist Parties: A Comparison of the Flemish Volksunie and Vlaams Blok.
Breuning, M. (1997). Opportunities, Constraints and Ethnopolitical Party Behavior: The Cases of Bulgaria and Slovakia, 1991-96.
Breuning, M. (1996). The Dialogue Between International Relations and Comparative Politics: A Response to Zahariadis.
Breuning, M. (1995). Words and Deeds: Foreign Assistance Rhetoric and Policy Behavior in the Netherlands, Belgium, and the United Kingdom.
Breuning, M. (1994). Belgium's Foreign Assistance: Decision Maker Rhetoric and Policy Behavior.
Breuning, M. (1994). Rationalization and Derivation Processes in Survey Studies of Political Candidate Evaluation.
Breuning, M. (1994). Twisting Arms and Holding Hands: M.A. Students and Conference Participation.
Breuning, M. (1994). Why Give Foreign Aid? Decision Maker Perceptions of the Benefits to the Donor State.
Fattore, C., Ramos, J. M., Scalera, J. E., Breuning, M. (2020). Pandemics, Parenting, and Productivity: Academic Life in the Time of COVID-19.. International Affairs blog. https://medium.com/international-affairs-blog/pandemics-parenting-and-productivity-academic-life-in-the-time-of-covid-19-a69ef53dd23b
Breuning, M. (2016). “Overburdened Reviewers and the Future of Peer Review.”. European Science Editing.
Breuning, M. (2009). Demographics and the ISA.
Breuning, M. (2009). Dimensions of Diversity in the ISA's Executive Committee and Governing Council, 2005-09.
Breuning, M. (2008). What Course Syllabi Tell Us About How We Teach FPA.
Breuning, M. (1994). Consuming and Producing: M.A. Students, Conferences, and Active Learning.
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2017). Rebels-Turned-President and Cabinet Stability. http://presidential-power.com/
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2016). “Implementing DA-RT Principles in the American Political Science Review”.
Breuning, M. (2016). “Implementing DART Principles in the American Political Science Review.”. Comparative Politics Newsletter.
Breuning, M. (2013). " Following the Unpaved Road to a New Research Agenda." https://research.unt.edu/research-profiles/following-unpaved-road-new-research-agenda published online, July 29, 2013
Breuning, M. (2013). "Editors and the Gender Gap." Part of the Gender Gap Symposium. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage/wp/2013/10/03/editors-and-the-gender-gap/ Published online, October 3, 2013
Breuning, M. (2012). "Editorial Statement." 106(1):iii-iv.
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). Introduction to the Special Issue: Ethiopia in Transition. Journal of Asian and African Studies. 56(5), 985-987.
Ishiyama, J. T., Breuning, M., Thies, C., Van Vechten, R., Wallace, S. (2021). Rethinking the Undergraduate Political Science Major: An Introduction to the Symposium. PS: Political Science & Politics.
Breuning, M. (2019). Foreword. The Role of the High Courts of the United States of America, South Africa, and the European Union in Foreign Affairs. The Hague: TMC Asser Press/Springer.
Breuning, M. (1998). Instructor's Manual and Test Bank to Accompany Conway Henderson's International Relations: Conflict and Cooperation at the Turn of the 21st Century.