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When Is Domestic Political Unrest Related to International Conflict? Diversionary Theory and Japanese Foreign Policy, 1890–1941
Nicholls, Natsuko H.; Huth, Paul K.; Appel, Benjamin J.
Explaining the Deterrence Effect of Human Rights Prosecutions for Transitional Countries
Kim, Hunjoon; Sikkink, Kathryn
Ideological Fractionalization and the International Conflict Behavior of Parliamentary Democracies
Civil War Contagion and Neighboring Interventions
Kathman, Jacob D.
The Fair Trade Challenge to Embedded Liberalism
Ehrlich, Sean D.
Shared Space: Ethnic Groups, State Accommodation, and Localized Conflict
Cunningham, Kathleen Gallagher; Weidmann, Nils B.
Getting to the Table and Getting to Yes: An Analysis of International Negotiations
Territory, River, and Maritime Claims in the Western Hemisphere: Regime Type, Rivalry, and MIDs from 1901 to 2000
Lektzian, David; Prins, Brandon C.; Souva, Mark
Regulation under Economic Globalization
The Influence of International Organizations on Militarized Dispute Initiation and Duration
Shannon, Megan; Morey, Daniel; Boehmke, FrederickJ.
Third-Party Intervention and the Escalation of State-Minority Conflicts
The Private Provision of Public Goods: Corporate Commitments and the United Nations Global Compact
Bernhagen, Patrick; Mitchell, Neil J.
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