Thursday, March 20, 2014

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 58, no. 1, March 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Regimes and International Agreements
    • Lauge N. Skovgaard Poulsen, Bounded Rationality and the Diffusion of Modern Investment Treaties
    • Alexander Thompson & Daniel Verdier, Multilateralism, Bilateralism, and Regime Design
    • Leonardo Baccini & Johannes Urpelainen, Before Ratification: Understanding the Timing of International Treaty Effects on Domestic Policies
    • Heather Elko McKibben & Shaina D. Western, Levels of Linkage: Across-Agreement versus Within-Agreement Explanations of Consensus Formation among States
  • Non-State Actors
    • Bryan R. Early, Exploring the Final Frontier: An Empirical Analysis of Global Civil Space Proliferation
    • Lori Poloni-Staudinger & Candice Ortbals, The Domestic Determinants of Transnational Activity: An Examination of Women's Groups in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany
  • Trade and Globalization
    • Mark S. Manger & Kenneth C. Shadlen, Political Trade Dependence and North–South Trade Agreements
    • Wonjae Hwang & Hoon Lee, Globalization, Factor Mobility, Partisanship, and Compensation Policies
    • Raymond Hicks, Helen V. Milner & Dustin Tingley, Trade Policy, Economic Interests, and Party Politics in a Developing Country: The Political Economy of CAFTA-DR
  • Democratic Peace
    • Johann Park & Michael Colaresi, Safe Across the Border: The Continued Significance of the Democratic Peace When Controlling for Stable Borders
    • Douglas M. Gibler, Contiguous States, Stable Borders, and the Peace between Democracies
    • Erik Gartzke & Alex Weisiger, Under Construction: Development, Democracy, and Difference as Determinants of Systemic Liberal Peace
  • Balance of Power
    • Scott Wolford, Power, Preferences, and Balancing: The Durability of Coalitions and the Expansion of Conflict
    • Amitav Acharya, Power Shift or Paradigm Shift? China's Rise and Asia's Emerging Security Order
    • Oisín Tansey, Evaluating the Legacies of State-Building: Success, Failure, and the Role of Responsibility
    • Emizet F. Kisangani & Jeffrey Pickering, Rebels, Rivals, and Postcolonial State-Building: Identifying Bellicist Influences on State Extractive Capability
    • Randolph M. Siverson & Richard A.I. Johnson, Politics and Parasites: The Contribution of Corruption to Human Misery
  • Controversy: Global Governance
    • Thomas G. Weiss & Rorden Wilkinson, Rethinking Global Governance? Complexity, Authority, Power, Change
    • Craig N. Murphy, Global Governance over the Long Haul
    • Mark Mazower, Response
    • Martha Finnemore, Dynamics of Global Governance: Building on What We Know