The Activist Personality: Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Opposition Activism in Authoritarian Regimes by Jan Matti Dollbaum and Graeme Robertson. Comparative Political Studies.
Demolition and Discontent: Governing the Authoritarian City by Sean T Norton. American Journal of Political Science. Forthcoming.
Putin v. The People: The Perilous Politics of a Divided Russia by Samuel Greene and Graeme Robertson. Yale University Press. April 2019. Revised and extended paperback edition, August 2022.
Can Courts in Non Democracies Deter Election Fraud? De Jure Judicial Independence, Political Competition and Electoral Integrity by Cole J Harvey. American Political Science Review Volume 116, Issue 4. 2022.
Protest Participation and Attitude Change: Evidence from Ukraine’s Euromaidan Revolution by Grigore Pop-Eleches, Graeme Robertson and Bryn Rosenfeld. Journal of Politics, Vol. 84, No 2. 2022.
Protest, platforms, and the state in the Belarus crisis by Graeme Robertson. Post-Soviet Affairs 38 (1-2), 146-149. 2022.
Affect and autocracy: Emotions and attitudes in Russia after Crimea by Samuel Greene and Graeme Robertson. Perspectives on Politics Vol 20, No.1: 38-52. 2022.
Getting the opposition together: Protest coordination in authoritarian regimes by David Armstrong, John Reuter, and Graeme Robertson. Post-Soviet Affairs 36 (1), 1-19. 2020.
State-Mobilized Movements after Annexation of Crimea by Samuel Green and Graeme Robertson in Grzegorz Ekiert, Elizabeth J. Perry and Xiaojun Yan, Ruling by Other Means: State Mobilized Movements (Cambridge University Press: 2020).
Agreeable Authoritarians: Personality and Politics in Contemporary Russia by Samuel Greene and Graeme Robertson. Comparative Political Studies Vol. 50 (13), 1802-1834. 2017.
Political Orientation, Information and Perceptions of Electoral Fraud: Evidence from Russia by Graeme Robertson. British Journal of Political Science Vol. 47(3), 589-608. 2017.
Election Observer Effects: A Field Experiment in the Russian Duma Election of 2011 by Andrei Buzin, Kevin Brondum and Graeme Robertson. Electoral Politics Vol 44: 184-191. 2016.