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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Studies Association

Volume 55, Number 2, June 2011

Does Chain-Ganging Cause the Outbreak of War?
pp. 285-304(20)
Author: Tierney, Dominic

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Multipolarity, Perceptions, and the Tragedy of 1914
pp. 305-308(4)
Authors: Christensen, Thomas J.; Snyder, Jack L.

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Terrorism, Democracy, and Credible Commitments
pp. 357-378(22)
Authors: Findley, Michael G.; Young, Joseph K.

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Unexpected Bedfellows: The GATT, the WTO and Some Democratic Rights
pp. 379-408(30)
Authors: Aaronson, Susan Ariel; Abouharb, M. Rodwan

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Democratization and Stability in East Asia
pp. 409-436(28)
Author: Lind, Jennifer

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International Relations in the US Academy
pp. 437-464(28)
Authors: Maliniak, Daniel; Oakes, Amy; Peterson, Susan; Tierney, Michael J.

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De-Centering, Not Discarding, the “Isms”: Some Friendly Amendments
pp. 481-485(5)
Authors: Sil, Rudra; Katzenstein, PeterJ.

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No Alternative to “Isms”
pp. 487-491(5)
Author: Nau, Henry R.

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Experimental Approaches to International Relations
pp. 493-501(9)
Authors: Mintz, Alex; Yang, Yi; McDermott, Rose

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New Directions for Experimental Work in International Relations
pp. 503-520(18)
Author: mcdermott, Rose

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Let’s Get a Second Opinion: International Institutions and American Public Support for War
pp. 563-583(21)
Authors: Grieco, Joseph M.; Gelpi, Christopher; Reifler, Jason; Feaver, Peter D.

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Contributors
pp. 585-588(4)

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