Adam E. Casey. 2020. “The Durability of Client Regimes: Foreign Sponsorship and Military Loyalty, 1946-2010.” World Politics 72, no. 3. (forthcoming in July). doi.: 10.1017/S0043887120000039.
Jean Lachapelle, Steven R. Levitsky, Lucan Ahmad Way, and Adam E. Casey. 2020. “Social Revolution and Authoritarian Durability.” World Politics 72, no. 4 (forthcoming in October). doi: 10.1017/S0043887120000106.
Lucan Ahmad Way and Adam E. Casey. 2018. “The Structural Sources of Postcommunist Regime Trajectories.” Post-Soviet Affairs 34, no. 5: 317-32.
Lucan Ahmad Way, Steven Levitsky and Adam E. Casey. “Military Origins and Coups.” (presented at the 2019 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association).
WORK IN PROGRESS
Steven Levitsky, Lucan Ahmad Way, Jean Lachapelle, and Adam E. Casey. “Revisiting Social Revolution.”
Jean Lachapelle and Adam E. Casey. “Military Advisors in the Cold War.”
Adam E. Casey and Seva Gunitsky. 2020. “The Weakness of the Strongman.” Foreign Affairs, March 23.
Lucan Ahmad Way and Adam E. Casey. 2018. “Russian Foreign Election Interventions Since 1991.” Policy Memo No. 520. Washington, D.C.: PONARS.
Lucan Ahmad Way and Adam E. Casey. 2018. “Russia has been meddling in foreign elections for decades. Has it made a difference?” Washington Post, January 8.
Adam E. Casey. 2020. The Durability of Client Regimes: Foreign Sponsorship and Autocracies, 1946-2010. Ph.D. Diss.: University of Toronto.