-Book under contract. Normative transformation and the War on Terror: the evolution of targeted killing, torture, and private military contracting. Cambridge University Press.
-Article. ‘To be a pragmatist in explaining international politics.’ International Studies Review.
-Chapter. ‘Epistemology: Logic, Causality and Explanation’, In eds. R. Joseph Huddleston, Tom Jamieson, and Patrick James, Handbook of Research Methods in International Relations. Edward Elgar.
-2020. ‘Reification, practice, and the ontological status of social facts‘. International Theory, 12(2), 231-237. PDF
-2020 ‘From Norms to Normative Configurations: A pragmatist and relational approach to theorizing normativity in IR‘. International Theory, 12(1): 59-82. PDF
-2019. ‘Norm transformation and the institutionalization of targeted killing in the United States.’ European Journal of International Relations, 25 (3): 723–747. PDF
-2018. ‘Kenneth Waltz is Not a Neorealist (and why that matters).’ European Journal of International Relations, 24 (1): 153-176. (with Christopher David LaRoche) PDF
-2017. ‘A Relational View of Ontological Security in International Relations.’ International Studies Quarterly 61(1): 78-85. PDF
-2016. ‘Pragmatism as Ontology, Not (Just) Epistemology: Exploring the full horizon of pragmatism as an approach to IR theory‘. International Studies Review 18(3): 508-527. PDF
-2015. ‘Crossing Off Names: the Logic of Military Assassination.’ Small Wars and Insurgencies, 26(1). PDF
-2013. ‘“Anyone Who Hurts Us”: How the Logic of Israel’s “Assassination Policy” Developed during the Aqsa Intifada’. Terrorism and Political Violence, 25(2). PDF
-2013. Pratt, S. F., Giabbanelli, P. J., & Mercier, J. S. Detecting unfolding crises with Visual Analytics and Conceptual Maps Emerging phenomena and big data. In Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI), 2013 IEEE International Conference). IEEE.
-2012. S.F. Pratt, P.J. Giabbanelli, P. Jackson and V.K. Mago. “Rebel with Many Causes: A Computational Model of Insurgency”. In Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI), 2012 IEEE International Conference). IEEE.
-2021. “U.S. Republicans Are Dangerously Close to Paramilitary Groups”. Foreign Policy, 10 March. Available online at https://foreignpolicy.com/2021/03/10/fascism-republicans-paramilitary-trump-far-right-violence/ (with Lucas Dolan)
-2021. “How Social Media Monopolies Broke the Public Sphere”. Foreign Policy, 22 January. Available online at https://foreignpolicy.com/2021/01/22/social-media-broke-liberal-democracy-capitol-mob/ (with Joshua Foust)
-2020. “Canada can’t rely on other countries to supply our vaccines.” The Globe and Mail, 20 November. Available online at https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-canada-had-better-prepare-to-go-it-alone-on-vaccines/ (with Jamie Levin)
-2018. “US killing by drone: continuity and escalation.” The Interpreter, 11 December. Available online at https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/us-killing-drone-continuity-and-escalation
-2018. “What’s behind the rise in American political violence?”. Toronto Star, 29 October. Available online at https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/2018/10/29/whats-behind-the-rise-in-american-political-violence.html
-2018. “What Should We Make of Elite American Mercenaries in Yemen?”. War on the Rocks, 23 October. Available online at https://warontherocks.com/2018/10/what-should-we-make-of-elite-american-mercenaries-in-yemen/
-2017.“Banning refugees harms U.S. national security” Toronto Star. Available online at https://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2017/01/31/banning-refugees-harms-us-national-security.html (with Craig Damian Smith)
-2016.“We must confront Omar Mateen’s Homophobia’. Toronto Star, 15 June. Available online at https://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2016/06/15/we-must-confront-omar-mateens-homophobia.html