Wednesday, January 31, 2018

New Issue: International Security

The latest issue of International Security (Vol. 42, no. 3, Winter 2017/18) is out. Contents include:
  • Domestic Sources of China's International Behavior
    • Kai Quek & Alastair Iain Johnston, Can China Back Down? Crisis De-escalation in the Shadow of Popular Opposition
    • M. Taylor Fravel, Shifts in Warfare and Party Unity: Explaining China's Changes in Military Strategy
    • Christopher Darnton, Archives and Inference: Documentary Evidence in Case Study Research and the Debate over U.S. Entry into World War II
    • Lise Morjé Howard & Alexandra Stark, How Civil Wars End: The International System, Norms, and the Role of External Actors
  • Correspondence
    • Ruolin Su, Alexander B. Downes, & Lindsey A. O'Rourke, Reconsidering the Outcomes of Foreign-Imposed Regime Change
    • Michael J. Boyle, Michael C. Horowitz, Sarah E. Kreps, & Matthew Fuhrmann, Debating Drone Proliferation
    • Tongfi Kim, Keren Yarhi-Milo, Alexander Lanoszka, & Zack Cooper, Arms, Alliances, and Patron-Client Relationships