Wednesday, September 24, 2014

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 58, no. 3, September 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Foreign Direct Investment
    • Nathan M. Jensen, Edmund Malesky, Mariana Medina & Ugur Ozdemir, Pass the Bucks: Credit, Blame, and the Global Competition for Investment
    • W. Kindred Winecoff, Bank Regulation, Macroeconomic Management, and Monetary Incentives in OECD Economies
    • Autumn Lockwood Payton & Byungwon Woo, Attracting Investment: Governments' Strategic Role in Labor Rights Protection
    • Sonal S. Pandya, Democratization and Foreign Direct Investment Liberalization, 1970–2000
    • Alex Braithwaite, Jeffrey Kucik & Jessica Maves, The Costs of Domestic Political Unrest
  • International Law
    • Geoffrey P.R. Wallace, Martial Law? Military Experience, International Law, and Support for Torture
    • Milli Lake, Organizing Hypocrisy: Providing Legal Accountability for Human Rights Violations in Areas of Limited Statehood
  • Democracies and Non-Democracies
    • Michaela Mattes & Mariana Rodríguez, Autocracies and International Cooperation
    • Courtenay R. Conrad, Justin Conrad & Joseph K. Young, Tyrants and Terrorism: Why Some Autocrats are Terrorized While Others are Not
    • Michael Albertus & Victor Menaldo, Dealing with Dictators: Negotiated Democratization and the Fate of Outgoing Autocrats
  • Interstate Conflict
    • Sung Chul Jung, Foreign Targets and Diversionary Conflict
    • Christopher Darnton, Whig History, Periodization, and International Cooperation in the Southern Cone
  • Statebuilding
    • Kristin M. Bakke, John O'Loughlin, Gerard Toal & Michael D. Ward, Convincing State-Builders? Disaggregating Internal Legitimacy in Abkhazia
    • Michael Barnett, Songying Fang & Christoph Zürcher, Compromised Peacebuilding
    • Susan Hannah Allen & Amy T. Yuen, The Politics of Peacekeeping: UN Security Council Oversight Across Peacekeeping Missions
  • Methodology
    • Katya Drozdova & Kurt Taylor Gaubatz, Reducing Uncertainty: Information Analysis for Comparative Case Studies