Sources: Journals

Journal of Conflict Resolution | August 9, 2022

Introducing the Military Intervention Project: A New Dataset on US Military Interventions, 1776–2019

Journal of Conflict Resolution, Ahead of Print. While scholars have made many claims about US military interventions, they have not come to a consensus on main trends and consequences. This…

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American Politics Research | August 9, 2022

Political Partisanship and Trust in Government Predict Popular Support for COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates for Various Professions and Demographic Groups: A Research Note

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. Due to the slow rate of COVID-19 vaccine uptake and the spread of the highly contagious Omicron variant, governments are considering mandating COVID-19 vaccination…

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Armed Forces and Society | August 8, 2022

Battling Defense Austerity Cuts With the COVID-19 Crisis Response? The Czech Army’s Online Public Perception

Armed Forces &Society, Ahead of Print. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced militaries worldwide to join the fight. Numerous (e.g., British or Czech) armed forces seized the opportunity to propagate their…

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Journal of Peace Research | August 8, 2022

Remaining behind in the community: Rebel service provision and internal (non-)displacement of civilians in the former FATA, Pakistan

Journal of Peace Research, Ahead of Print. It is common during a civil war that a government’s counterinsurgency operations result in internally displaced persons seeking refuge from the violence by…

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Journal of Peace Research | August 8, 2022

External support in armed conflicts: Introducing the UCDP external support dataset (ESD), 1975–2017

Journal of Peace Research, Ahead of Print. In this article, we present the most up-to-date, fine-grained, global dataset on external support in armed conflicts: the UCDP External Support Dataset (ESD).…

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Journal of Conflict Resolution | August 7, 2022

Democratic Peace and Covert Military Force: An Experimental Test

Journal of Conflict Resolution, Ahead of Print. How should we reconcile covert war with normative theories of the democratic peace? Proponents argue that these interventions are consistent with democratic peace…

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Media, War and Conflict | August 5, 2022

The War on Terror beyond the barrel of a gun: The procedural rhetorics of the boardgame Labyrinth

Media, War &Conflict, Ahead of Print. Utilizing Bogost’s procedural rhetoric framework in his book Persuasive Games, this article examines Labyrinth, a boardgame that simulates the conflict between the United States…

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Foreign Trade Review | August 5, 2022

Global Value Chains and International Trade Dynamics

Foreign Trade Review, Volume 57, Issue 4, Page 363-366, November 2022.

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The American Review of Public Administration | August 5, 2022

The American Presidency: An Impossible Job

The American Review of Public Administration, Ahead of Print.

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Armed Forces and Society | August 5, 2022

Adjudicating Competing Theories: Does Civilian Control Over the Military Decrease Conflict?

Armed Forces &Society, Ahead of Print. What explains variation in the propensity for conflict involvement and initiation among states? In the study of international security, a debate remains between those…

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Journal of Peace Research | August 5, 2022

Analyzing Participation in the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda

Journal of Peace Research, Ahead of Print. Recent studies of genocide have yielded varying estimates of the number and characteristics of people who engaged in violence. We address these disparities…

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Security Dialogue (Journal) | August 5, 2022

Memory as vulnerability: Reinhabiting sites of violence and the politics of triumphalist amnesia in Kenya’s war on terror

Security Dialogue, Ahead of Print. Rectification as the return of sites of violence to prior use is little studied even as governments often defiantly reconstruct such sites and urge citizens…

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Studies in Comparative International Development | August 5, 2022

The Complex Imprint of Foreign Rule: Tracking Differential Legacies along the Administrative Hierarchy

Abstract Could imperial rule affect state institutions at the national, regional, and local level differently? No systematic theory to answer this question exists, which is surprising given the importance that…

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Cooperation and Conflict | August 2, 2022

Societal multiplicity for international relations: Engaging societal interaction in building global governance from below

Cooperation and Conflict, Ahead of Print. This article discusses the societal multiplicity proposition as a welcome conceptual proposition for IR. First, it argues that against the background of the discipline’s…

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European Journal of International Relations | August 1, 2022

Combat, commitment, and the termination of Africa’s mutual interventions

European Journal of International Relations, Ahead of Print. African states fight each other far more often by simultaneously supporting rebels in each other’s intrastate conflicts than by engaging in direct…

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Cooperation and Conflict | August 1, 2022

Multiplicity, the corporation and human rights in global value chains

Cooperation and Conflict, Ahead of Print. Human rights in global value chains have become a key field of study in international law and corporate governance. The analysis often starts with…

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Cooperation and Conflict | August 1, 2022

State commitments and inhumane conventional weapons: An explanatory analysis of treaty ratification

Cooperation and Conflict, Ahead of Print. In the last 40 years, the international community has made considerable progress towards the regulation of inhumane conventional weapons (ICWs) by adopting treaties that regulate…

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Quarterly Journal of Political Science (QJPS) | July 31, 2022

Out of Step and Still in Congress? Electoral Consequences of Incumbent and Challenger Positioning Across Time

AbstractRecent research suggests that the penalty congressional candidates pay for ideological extremism declined abruptly in 1994 when the House majority became competitive for the first time in decades. We reexamine…

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Quarterly Journal of Political Science (QJPS) | July 31, 2022

How Does the Rising Number of Women in the U.S. Congress Change Deliberation? Evidence from House Committee Hearings

AbstractThe rising number of women in Congress changes deliberation. Using committee hearing transcripts from 1995 to 2017, we analyze how the gender composition of committees affects group dynamics in committee…

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Armed Forces and Society | July 30, 2022

“She Clearly Thought That Something Bad Had Happened to Her”: How Military Lawyers Construct Narratives of Victim Legitimacy and Perceived Harm in Sexual Assault Cases

Armed Forces &Society, Ahead of Print. It has been well established that survivors of sexual assault are revictimized as they navigate the civilian criminal justice system. Significantly less is known,…

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Media, War and Conflict | July 29, 2022

The Kosovo war and the Washington Post: Bombings and alignments

Media, War &Conflict, Ahead of Print. This article explores the alignments on the Kosovo war during the spring of 1999 in the Washington Post newspaper. How did the Washington Post…

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Critical Social Policy | July 28, 2022

Assessing sick-listed clients’ work ability: A moral mission?

Critical Social Policy, Ahead of Print. Judging the extent to which sick-listed clients’ disabilities qualify them for sickness benefits is increasingly part of frontline work. However, we lack knowledge about…

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American Journal of International Law | July 28, 2022

Refugee Law After 9/11: Sanctuary and Security in Canada and the United States. By Obiora Chinedu Okafor. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2020. Pp. xii, 348. Index.

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American Journal of International Law | July 28, 2022

International Law and Transitional Governance. Critical Perspectives. By Emmanuel H. D. De Groof and Micha Wiebusch. Abingdon, UK; New York: Routledge, 2020. Pp. xx, 186. Index.

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American Journal of International Law | July 28, 2022

AJI volume 116 issue 3 Cover and Back matter

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