CORE CONCEPTUAL CONTRIBUTIONHenry E. Hale, The Foundations of Ethnic Politics: Separatism of States and Nations in Eurasia and the World (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008). Studies in Comparative Politics Series.

Olga Onuch and Henry E. Hale, The Zelensky Effect (London/Oxford: Hurst Publishers and Oxford University Press, November 2022).
Volodymyr Kulyk and Henry E. Hale, “Imperfect Measures of Dynamic Identities: The Changing Impact of Ethnolinguistic Characteristics on Political Attitudes in Ukraine,” Nations and Nationalism, v.28, no.3, July 2022, pp.841-860.
Henry E. Hale and Marlene Laruelle, “A New Wave of Research on Civilizational Politics,” Nationalities Papers, v.49, no.4, July 2021, pp. 597-608.
Henry E. Hale and Volodymyr Kulyk, “Aspirational Identity Politics and Support for Radical Reform: The Case of Post-Maidan Ukraine,” Comparative Politics, v.53, no.4, July 2021, pp.713-51.

Henry E. Hale and Marlene Laruelle, “Rethinking ‘Civilizations’ from the Bottom Up: A Case Study of Russia and a Research Agenda,” Nationalities Papers, v.48, no.3, May 2020, pp.585-602.

Henry E. Hale, “A Surprising Connection Between Civilizational Identity and Succession Expectations among Russian Elites,” Post-Soviet Affairs, v.35, nos.5-6, 2019, pp.406-421.
Henry E. Hale, Oxana Shevel and Olga Onuch, “Believing Facts in the Fog of War: Identity, Media and Hot Cognition in Ukraine’s 2014 Odesa Tragedy,” Geopolitics, v.23, no.4, Fall 2018, pp.851-881.
Olga Onuch and Henry E. Hale, “Capturing Ethnicity: The Case of Ukraine,” Post-Soviet Affairs, v.34, nos.2-3, April 2018, pp.84-106. (Featured in Science News, April 12, 2022, 07:00. (Sujata Gupta, “Ukrainian identity solidified for 30 years. Putin ignored the science.”)

Henry E. Hale, “Focus on the Fundamentals: Reflections on the State of Ethnic Conflict Studies,” Ethnopolitics, v.16, no.1, January 2017, pp.41-47.

Henry E. Hale, “How Nationalism and Machine Politics Mix in Russia,” in Pål Kolstø and Helge Blakkisrud, eds., The New Russian Nationalism, 2000-2015: Imperialism, Ethnicity, Authoritarianism (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016), pp.221-248. 
Mikhail Alexseev and Henry E. Hale, “Rallying ’Round the Leader More than the Flag: Changes in Russian Nationalist Public Opinion 2013-14,” in Pål Kolstø and Helge Blakkisrud, eds., The New Russian Nationalism, 2000-2015: Imperialism, Ethnicity, Authoritarianism (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016), pp.192-220.
Henry E. Hale, “Civilizations Reframed: Towards a Theoretical Upgrade for a Stalled Paradigm,” Journal of Civilization Studies / Medeniyet Araştırmaları Dergisi, v.1, no.1, January 2014, pp.5-23.

Henry E. Hale, “Ethnicity in Politics: Relational Theory and Its Critics,” Nations and Nationalism, v.17, no.4, October 2011.

Henry E. Hale, “Cause Without a Rebel: Kazakhstan’s Unionist Nationalism in the USSR and CIS,” Nationalities Papers, v.37, no.1, January 2009, pp.1-32.

Henry E. Hale, “The Double-Edged Sword of Ethnofederalism: Ukraine and the USSR in Comparative Perspective,” Comparative Politics, v.40, no.3, April 2008, pp.293-312.

Henry E. Hale, “The Makeup and Breakup of Ethnofederal States: Why Russia Survives Where the USSR Fell,” Perspectives on Politics, v.3, no.1, March 2005, pp.55-70.

Henry E. Hale, “Explaining Ethnicity,” Comparative Political Studies, v.37, no.4, May 2004, pp.458-85.
 Henry E. Hale, “Divided We Stand: Institutional Sources of Ethnofederal State Survival and Collapse,” World Politics, v.56, no.2, January 2004, pp.165-93. Winner, 2005 APSA Alexander L. George Award in qualitative methods and (earlier draft) 2003 Combating Political Violence Paper Competition, IWPS, Columbia University.
Henry E. Hale, “Explaining Machine Politics in Russia’s Regions: Economy, Ethnicity, and Legacy,” Post-Soviet Affairs, v.19, no.3, July-September 2003, pp.228-63.

Henry E. Hale, “Russia: Consolidation or Collapse?Europe-Asia Studies, v.54, no.7, November 2002, pp.1101-25. Co-author: Rein Taagepera.

Henry E. Hale, “The Parade of Sovereignties: Testing Theories of Secession in the Soviet Setting,” British Journal of Political Science, v.30, no.1, January 2000, pp.31-56.

Henry E. Hale, “Bashkortostan: The Logic of Ethnic Machine Politics and the Consolidation of Democracy,” in Timothy J. Colton and Jerry F. Hough (eds.) Growing Pains: Russian Democracy and the Election of 1993 (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1998) pp.599-636.

Henry E. Hale, “Islam, State-Building and Uzbekistan’s Foreign Policy,” in Ali Banuazizi and Myron Weiner (eds.) The New Geopolitics of Central Asia and Its Borderlands (Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1994), pp.136-72.

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