Shoon Murray is Program Director of US Foreign Policy, and Associate Professor in School of International Service, American University. She has written widely on such topics as public reactions to military force, the effect of polls on presidential behaviour, and the role of values and partisanship in leaders’ belief systems. She is currently working on articles about presidential framing and press coverage leading up to the invasion of Iraq.
- Mission Creep: The Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy (coeditor with Gordon Adams), 2014 expected. Book contract with Georgetown University Press.
- “Combatant Commanders, Ambassadorial Authority, and the Conduct of Diplomacy,” 2014 expected. In Gordon Adams and Shoon Murray, eds., Mission Creep: The Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy (book contract with Georgetown University Press).
- “Broadening the Debate about War: The Inclusion of Foreign Critics in Media Coverage and its Impact on U.S. Public Opinion,” forthcoming. Foreign Policy Analysis. (On-line version published May 2, 2013.)