Apart from his forthcoming 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:

‘Air America’ and ‘North American Union’, entries in Encyclopedia of Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theories in American History (under contract).

‘The United States and the Vietnam War’, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History (under contract).

‘”You Can Do it, Tiger!”  American Local Government Advisors in South Vietnam, 1962 – 1973’, Journal of Cold War Studies (forthcoming).

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.