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
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

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