Huang, Kai-Ping, and Bridget Welsh. 2017. “Trends in Soft Power in East Asia: Distance, Diversity and Drivers.” Global Asia 12 (1, Spring 2017): 112–17.
Welsh, Bridget. 2016a. “Clientelism and Control: PAP’s Fight for Safety in GE2015.” The Round Table 105 (2): 119–28. doi:10.1080/00358533.2016.1154390.
Welsh, Bridget. 2016b. “Political Identities, Engagement and Voting in Singapore’s 2015 Election.” In Change in Voting: Singapore’s 2015 General Election, edited by Terence Lee and Kevin YL Tan, 191–219. Singapore: Ethos.
Welsh, Bridget. 2016c. The End of UMNO?: Essays on Malaysia’s Dominant Party.
Kai-Ping Huang, and Welsh, Bridget. 2016. “So Close, But Yet So Far: Public Perceptions of ASEAN.” ASEAN Briefs 3 (6 (August)).
Welsh, Bridget. 2015. “Elections in Malaysia: Voting Behavior and Electoral Integrity.” In Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Malaysia, edited by Meredith L. Weiss, 11–21. London: Routledge.
Chang, Alex, and Bridget Welsh. 2015. “Choosing China: Public Perceptions of ‘China as a Model.’” Journal of Contemporary China 24 (93): 442–56.
Chu, Yun-han, and Bridget Welsh. 2015. “Millennials and East Asia’s Democratic Future.” Journal of Democracy 26 (2): 151–64.
Welsh, Bridget. 2014. “Youth and Democratic Citizenship in East and South-East Asia.”
Hung-Ho Chin, and Welsh, Bridget. 2014. Bangkit : Tempoh Pentadbiran Abdullah Badawi Di Malaysia. Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre.
Welsh, Bridget. 2013a. “Malaysia’s Elections: A Step Backward.” Journal of Democracy 24 (4): 136–50. doi:10.1353/jod.2013.0066.
Welsh, Bridget. 2013b. “Trauma and Triumphalism in Malaysia.” Current History; Philadelphia 112 (755): 236–41.
Chang, Alex, Yun-han Chu, and Welsh, Bridget. 2013a. “Congruence and Variation in Sources of Regime Support in Asia.” Taiwan Journal of Democracy 9 (1): 221–37.
Chang, Alex, Yun-han Chu, and Welsh, Bridget. 2013b. “Southeast Asia: Sources of Regime Support.” Journal of Democracy 24 (2): 150–64. doi:10.1353/jod.2013.0025.
Dewi Fortuna Anwar, and Welsh, Bridget. 2013. Democracy Take-off?: The B.J. Habibie Period. Jakarta, Indonesia: PT. Sinar Harapan Persada.
Ung-Ho Chin, and Welsh, Bridget. 2013. Awakening: The Abdullah Badawi Years in Malaysia. Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre.
Welsh, Bridget. 2012. “What’s Keeping Malaysia’s Opposition Together?” TODAY, October 10.
Chander, Ramesh, and Bridget Welsh. 2012. Penang in Numbers. Penang: UPEN- Penang Institute.
Welsh, Bridget. 2011a. “Does Difference Matter: Particular and National Identities in Singapore’s 2011 General Election.” In Voting in Change: Politics of Singapore’s 2011 General Election, edited by Kevin Y. L. Tan and Terence Lee, 91–114. Singapore: Ethos Books.
Welsh, Bridget. 2011b. “People Power in Malaysia: Bersih Rally and Its Aftermath.” Asia Pacific Bulletin, no. 128: 1–2.
Welsh, Bridget. 2010. “Mobbing in Indonesia.” In Collective Violence in Indonesia, edited by Ashutosh Varshney, 119-. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Welsh, Bridget. 2009. “Strategic Engagement.” In Najib’s First 100 Days: No Honeymoon, edited by Oon Yeoh, 123–26. Gerakbudaya Enterprise.
Chin, James, Arun Mahizhnan, Tarn How Tan, and Bridget Welsh. 2009a. “Goh to America: Contradictory Mirrored Images.” Impressions of the Goh Chok Tong Years in Singapore, 165–77.
Chin, James, Arun Mahizhnan, Tan Tarn How, and Bridget Welsh. 2009b. Impressions of the Goh Chok Tong Years in Singapore. Singapore: NUS Press Pte Ltd.
Bridget Welsh. 2008. “New Identities, New Politics: Malaysia’s Muslim Professionals.” In Muslim Professional Associations and Politics in Southeast Asia, 18, 2:35–51. NBR Analysis. National Bureau of Asian Research.
Murphy, Ann Marie, and Bridget Welsh. 2008. Legacy of Engagement in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
Welsh, Bridget. 2006. “Malaysia’s Sarawak State Elections 2006: Understanding a Break in the BN Armor.” National Democratic Institute, Washington, DC.
Welsh, Bridget. 2004. Reflections: The Mahathir Years. Washington, DC: Johns Hopkins University-SAIS.