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Alliances, Domestic Politics, and Leader Psychology: Why Did Britain Stay Out of Vietnam and Go into Iraq?
Dyson, Stephen Benedict
Party Identification in Emotional and Political Context: A Replication
Examining the Mediators of Agenda Setting: A New Experimental Paradigm Reveals the Role of Emotions
Miller, Joanne M.
The Aggregated Consequences of Motivated Reasoning and the Dynamics of Partisan Presidential Approval
Lebo, Matthew J.; Cassino, Daniel
Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson as Cultural Icons of U.S. Foreign Policy
Walker, Stephen G.; Schafer, Mark
“It's Us Against the World”: How Distrust in Americans versus People-In-General Shapes Competitive Foreign Policy Preferences
Binning, Kevin R.
The Politics of Memory in Postwar Europe – Edited by Richard Ned Lebow, Wulf Kansteiner, and Claudio Fogu
Campaigning for Hearts and Minds: How Emotional Appeals in Political Ads Work – By Ted Brader
A New Engagement?: Political Participation, Civic Life, and the Changing American Citizen – By Cliff Zukin, Scott Keeter, Molly Andolina, Krista Jenkins, and Michael X Delli Carpini
Identity and Institutions: Conflict Reduction in Divided Societies – By Neal G. Jesse and Kristen P. WilliamsOvercoming Apartheid: Can Truth Reconcile a Divided Nation? – By James L. Gibson
The Perils and Promise of Global Transparency: Why the Information Revolution May Not Lead to Security, Democracy, or Peace – By Kristin M. Lord
Butler, Christopher K.
Political Psychology Volume 28 Index