Apart from his book on the history of nation-building in the Vietnam War, Andrew is also the author of a number of publications in scholarly journals.  Articles and chapters, both forthcoming and already published, are listed below:

Counterinsurgency Comes Homes‘, Journal of Strategic Studies, advance online.

Taking US Foreign Policy for the Middle Class Seriously‘, The Washington Quarterly 45, 1 (2022), pp. 57 – 75.

Modernization, Agricultural Economics, and American Policy Towards Land Reform in South Vietnam‘, International History Review 44, 2 (2022), pp. 282 – 99.

Rural Government Advisors in South Vietnam and the U.S. War Effort, 1962 – 1973‘, Journal of Cold War Studies 23, 1 (2021).

Ken Burns, the Vietnam War, and the Purpose of History‘, Journal of Strategic Studies 43, 1 (2020).

The United States and the Vietnam War‘, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).

‘Air America’ and ‘North American Union’, entries in Encyclopedia of Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theories in American History (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2019).

CIMIC and Hybrid Threats: Lessons from East Asia‘, in Eugenio Cusumano and Marian Corbe (eds.), A Civil-Military Response to Hybrid Threats (2017, Springer), pp. 281 – 301.

All Counterinsurgency is Local: Counterinsurgency and Rebel Legitimacy‘, Small Wars & Insurgencies 28, 4/5 (2017), pp. 839 – 52.

“Mad Dog?”  Samuel Huntington and the Vietnam War‘, The Journal of Strategic Studies 41, 1-2 (2018), pp. 301 – 25.

Spies, Advisors and Grunts: Film Portrayals of Counterinsurgency in Vietnam‘, Small Wars & Insurgencies 26, 4 (2015), pp. 668 – 687 (with Jeffrey Michaels).

Agency and Structure in the Study of Nation-Building during the Vietnam War‘, The Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 8, 4 (2014), pp. 387 – 394.

The Ford Administration and Security Policy in the Asia-Pacific after the Fall of Saigon‘, The Historical Journal 52, 3 (2009), pp. 697 – 716.

See also the list on Andrew’s official Leiden University page.