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Thomas, S. M., 2005. The Global Resurgence of Religion and the Transformation of International Relations. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Thomas, S. M., 1996. The Diplomacy of Liberation: the Foreign Relations of the African National Congress since 1960. London: I. B. Tauris.
Thomas, S. and O'Mahony, A., 2014. Postsecularity and the Contending Visions of the European Political Imagination. In: Mavelli, L. and Petito, F., eds. Towards a Postsecular International Politics: New Forms of Community, Identity, and Power. New York, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 105-128.
Thomas, S. M., 2010. Response: reading religion rightly — the “clash of rival apostasies” amidst the global resurgence of religion. In: Chaplain, J. and Joustra, R., eds. God and global order: the power of religion in US Foreign policy. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, pp. 187-204.
Thomas, S. M., 2008. Isaiah's vision of human security: virtue-ethics and international politics in the ancient Near East. In: Cohen, R. and Westbrook, R., eds. Isaiah's vision of peace in biblical and modern international relations: swords into plowshares. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 169-180. (Culture and religion in international relations)
Thomas, S. M., 2006. Cultural resistance to American political values: a global perspective. In: Fabrini, S. and Gilbert, F., eds. The United States Contested. London: Routledge, pp. 196-213.
Thomas, S. M., 2003. Taking religious and cultural pluralism seriously. In: Hatzopoulos, P. and Petito, F., eds. Religion and International Relations: The Return from Exile. New York: Palgrave, pp. 21-54.
Thomas, S. M., 2001. The global resurgence of religion and the changing character of international politics. In: Stockhouse, M. L. and Obenchain, D., eds. God and Globalization: Christ and the Dominions of Civilization. Vol. 3. Trinity Press International, pp. 21-54. (God and Globalization)
Thomas, S. M., 2000. Religious resurgence, postmodernism and world politics. In: Watson, M. and Esposito, J., eds. Religion and Global Order. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 38-65.
Petito, F. and Thomas, S. M., 2015. Encounter, dialogue and knowledge:Italy as a special case of religious engagement in foreign policy. The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 13 (2), pp. 40-51.
Thomas, S., 2015. Rethinking religious violence: Towards a mimetic theory approach to violence in international relations. Journal of International Political Theory, 11 (1), pp. 61-79.
Thomas, S., 2015. Forthcoming. St. Francis and Islam:a critical appraisal for contemporary muslim-christian relations, Middle East politics, and international relations. International Affairs
Thomas, S., 2014. Culture, Religion, and Violence: Rene Girard's Mimetic Theory. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 43 (1), pp. 308-327.
Thomas, S., 2014. Review Article: The Religious Turn in the Study of International Relations. The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 12 (4), pp. 76-72.
Thomas, S., 2014. The religious turn in the study of international relations. The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 12 (4), pp. 76-82.
Thomas, S. M., 2010. Catholic social teaching, Macintyre's social theory, and and global development. The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 8 (4), pp. 23-34.
Thomas, S. M., 2010. Living critically and living faithfully in a global age: forum on theological and secular conceptions of justice and emancipation in international relations. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 39 (2), pp. 505-524.
Thomas, S. M., 2010. A globalized God:Religion's growing influence in international politics. Foreign Affairs, 89 (6), pp. 93-101.
Thomas, S. M., 2009. The 'level of analysis' and the future international politics of religious identity. Horizons, 10 (2), pp. 50-58.
Thomas, S. M., 2007. Outwitting the developed countries? Existential insecurity and the global resurgence of religion. Journal of International Affairs, 61 (1), pp. 21-46.
Thomas, S. M., 2004. Building communities of character: U.S. foreign aid policy and faith-based organizations. SAIS Review, 24 (2), pp. 133-148.
Thomas, S. M., 2004. Faith and foreign aid: how the World Bank got religion. The Brandywine Review of Faith & International Affairs, 2 (2), pp. 21-29.
Thomas, S. M., 2001. Faith, history and Martin Wight: the role of religion in the historical sociology of the English School of International Relations. International Affairs, 77 (4), pp. 905-929.
Thomas, S. M., 2000. Taking religious and cultural pluralism seriously: the global resurgence of religion and the transformation of international society. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 29 (3), pp. 815-841.