Eva Bertram is associate professor of politics at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Last Updated: June 30, 2017

"Capitalism, Work and Character," The American Prospect (11 September 2000) (Co-author)
"The International War on Drugs is a Failure," chapter in Drug Abuse: Opposing Viewpoints (Co-author, 1999)
Drug War Politics: The Price of Denial (with Morris Blachman, Kenneth Sharpe and Peter Andreas, 1996)
"The Unwinnable Drug War: What Clausewitz Would Tell Us," World Policy Journal (Winter 1996/97) (Co-author)
"Reinventing Governments: The Promise and Perils of U.N. Peacebuilding," Journal of Conflict Resolution (September 1995)
"Dead-End Drug Wars," Foreign Policy (Winter 1991-92) (with Peter Andreas, Morris Blachman and Kenneth Sharpe)
"From Cold War to Drug War: Narco-Politics in the Americas," chapter in Paradigms Lost: Challenges of the Post-Cold War Era (Co-author, 1992)
State and Capitalism in American Political Development; American Social Policy; Politics, Labor, and Markets in the U.S.; Poverty Politics