Publications

Book
Who Fights for Reputation? The Psychology of Leaders in International Conflict. Princeton: Princeton University Press, Forthcoming. Print.
Knowing The Adversary: Leaders, Intelligence Organizations, and Assessments of Intentions in International Relations
Yarhi-Milo, Keren. Knowing The Adversary: Leaders, Intelligence Organizations, and Assessments of Intentions in International Relations. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2014. Print.
Journal Article
The Logic of "Offstage" Signaling: Domestic Politics, Regime Type, and Major Power-Protégé Relations (with Roseanne McManus)”. International Organization (Forthcoming). Print. logic_of_offstage_signaling_io_final_manuscript.pdf
Covert Communication: The Intelligibility and Credibility of Signaling in Secret (with Austin Carson)”. Security Studies 26.1 (2017): , 26, 1, 124-156. Print.Abstract
**Reviewed by Lindsay O'Rourke, H-Diplo/ISSF Article Review, March 2017
covert_communication_ss_2017.pdf
To Arm or to Ally? The Patron's Dilemma and the Strategic Logic of Arms Transfers and Alliances (with Alex Lanoszka and Zack Cooper)”. International Security 41.2 (2016): , 41, 2, 90-139. Print. to_arm_or_to_ally.pdf
The Psychological Logic of Peace Summits: How Empathy Shapes Outcomes of Diplomatic Negotiations (with Marcus Holmes)”. International Studies Quarterly (2016): , 1-16. Print. the_psychological_logic_of_peace_summits.pdf
Revisiting Reputation: How do past actions matter in International Politics (with Alex Weisiger)”. International Organization 69.2 (2015): , 69, 2, 473-495. Print. revisiting_reputation.pdf
Tying Hands behind Closed Doors: The Logic and Practice of Secret Reassurance”. Security Studies 22.3 (2013): , 22, 3, 405-435. Print. Tying Hands Behind Closed Doors.pdf
In the Eye of the Beholder: How Leaders and Intelligence Organizations Assess Intentions”. International Security 38.1 (2013): , 38, 1, 7-51. Print.Abstract

**Winner, 2014 Outstanding Article Award in International History and Politics by the American Political Science Association's International History and Politics section

**Reprinted in Mingst, Karen and Jack L. Snyder, Essential Readings in International Relations, New York, W.W. Norton and Company

IntheEyeoftheBeholder-KYM.pdf
The Personal Touch: Leaders' Impressions, Costly Signaling, and Assessments of Sincerity in International Affairs (with Todd Hall)”. International Studies Quarterly 56.3 (2012): , 56, 3, 560-573. Print. ISQ-KerenYarhiMilo&ToddHall-Sept2012.pdf