Bringing Global Governance Home: NGO Mediation in BRICS States, (co-authored with Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom), Oxford University Press, 2021.Red to Green: Environmental Activism in Post-Soviet Russia, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
“The Comparative Politics of Environmental Activism in Russia: Strategic Adaptation to Authoritarianism.” In Jeannie Sowers, Stacy D. VanDeveer, and Erika Weinthal, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Environmental Politics, New York, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
“People Power in Putin’s Russia: Social vs. Political Protests.” In Nathan Stoltzfus and Christopher Osmar, eds., The Power of Populism and People: Resistance and Protest in the Modern World, New York: Bloomsbury, 2021.
“Who Benefits? How Interest Convergence Shapes Benefit-Sharing and Indigenous Rights in Russia,” (with Maria Tysiachniouk, Svetlana Tulaeva, and Leah S. Horowitz), Sustainability, 12, 21 (2020).
“Globalizing extraction and Indigenous rights in the Russian Arctic: The enduring role of the state in natural resource governance,” (with Svetlana Tulaeva, Maria Tysiachniouk, and Leah Horowitz), Resources 8, 4 (2019), 179.
“NGO Participation in Global Governance Institutions: International and Domestic Drivers of Engagement,” (with Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom, Carla Winston, and Priya Bala-Miller), Interest Groups and Advocacy 8, 3 (2019): 291–332.
“Benefit-Sharing in Russia’s Resource Extractive Industries: When Global Standards Meet Local Communities,” (with Maria Tysiachniouk), Liikejuridiika: The Finnish Business Law Journal 2 (2019): 137-165.
“Civil Society under the Law ‘On Foreign Agents’: NGO Strategies and Network Transformation,” (with Maria Tysiachniouk and Svetlana Tulaeva), Europe-Asia Studies 70, 4 (2018): 615-637. [A Russian language article based on the same data appears as “Стратегии экологических НПО в контексте принятия закона об иностранных агентах: игры с формальностью” in Laboratorium 3 (2017): 18-43.]
“Oil Extraction and Benefit Sharing in an Illiberal Context: The Nenets and Komi-Izhemtsi Indigenous Peoples in the Russian Arctic,” (with Maria Tysiachniouk, Machiel Lamers, and Jan P.M. van Tatenhove), Society and Natural Resources, 31, 5 (2018): 556-579.
“The Uneven Response to Global Environmental Governance: Russia’s Contentious Politics of Forest Certification,” (with Maria Tysiachniouk), Forest Policy and Economics 90 (May 2018): 97–105.
“Oil and indigenous people in sub-Arctic Russia: Rethinking equity and governance in benefit sharing agreements” (with Maria Tysiachniouk, Machiel Lamers, and Jan P.M. van Tatenhove), Energy Research and Social Science 37 (March 2018): 140-152.
“Private Forest Governance, Public Policy Impacts: The Forest Stewardship Council in Russia and Brazil” (with Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom), Forests (2017) 8, 11: 445.
“The State of Environmental Protection in the Russian Federation: A Review of the Post-Soviet Era” (with Joshua P. Newell), Eurasian Geography and Economics 57, 6 (2016): 779-801.
“Corporate Social Responsibility and the Oil Industry in the Russian Arctic: Global Norms and Neo-Paternalism” (with Soili Nysten-Haarala, Svetlana Tulaeva, and Maria Tysiachniouk), Europe-Asia Studies, 68, 8 (2016): 1340-1368.
“Social Mobilization and the Strong State from the Soviets to Putin: Social Movements in Russia” (with Alfred B. Evans). In Guya Accornero and Olivier Fillieule, eds. Social Movement Studies in Europe: The State of the Art, Oxford: Berghan Books, 2016.
“Managed Citizenship: Global Forest Governance and Democracy in Russian Communities” (with Maria Tysiachniouk), International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 22, 6 (November 2015): 476-489.
“Climate Change Policies in the Post-Socialist World” (with Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom), Current History 113, 765 (October 2014): 278-283.
“Complaint-Making as Political Participation in Contemporary Russia,” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 45, 3–4 (September–December 2012): 243–254.
“Russia’s Climate Policy: International Bargaining and Domestic Modernization” (with Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom), Europe-Asia Studies 64, 7 (September 2012): 1297-1322.
“Between Transnationalism and State Power: The Development of Russia’s Post-Soviet Environmental Movement,” Environmental Politics19, 5 (2010): 756-781.
“Russia and the Kyoto Protocol: From Hot Air to Implementation?” (with Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom), pp. 105-137. In Kathryn Harrison and Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom, Global Commons, Domestic Decisions: The Comparative Politics of Climate Change, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2010.
“Redefining Citizenship in Russia: Political and Social Rights,” Problems of Post-Communism56, 6 (November-December 2009): 51-65.
“Thinking Globally, Limited Locally: The Russian Environmental Movement and Sustainable Development.” In Julian Agyeman and Yelena Ogneva-Himmelberger, eds., Environmental Justice and Sustainability in the Former Soviet Union , Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009.
“Environmental Issues in Russia” (co-authored with Vladimir Douhovnikoff), Annual Review of Environment and Resources, Vol. 33 (November 2008): 437-460.
“Russia and the Kyoto Protocol: Seeking an Alignment of Interests and Image” (co-authored with Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom), Global Environmental Politics, Vol. 7, No. 4 (2007): 47-69.
Russian Civil Society: A Critical Assessment (co-edited with Alfred B. Evans, Jr. and Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom), Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2006.
“Shaping Social Activism in Post-Soviet Russia: Leadership, Organizational Diversity, and Innovation,” Post-Soviet Affairs, Vol. 22, No. 2 (2006): 99-124.