Tuesday, January 15, 2019

New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution (Vol. 63, no. 2, February 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Daniel Druckman & Lynn Wagner, Justice Matters: Peace Negotiations, Stable Agreements, and Durable Peace
    • Nadiya Kostyuk & Yuri M. Zhukov, Invisible Digital Front: Can Cyber Attacks Shape Battlefield Events?
    • Kimi King & James Meernik, The Burden of Bearing Witness: The Impact of Testifying at War Crimes Tribunals
    • Trey Billing & Andrew D. Lugg, Conflicted Capital: The Effect of Civil Conflict on Patterns of BIT Signing
    • Christina L. Davis, Andreas Fuchs, & Kristina Johnson, State Control and the Effects of Foreign Relations on Bilateral Trade
    • Sambuddha Ghatak, Aaron Gold, & Brandon C. Prins, Domestic Terrorism in Democratic States: Understanding and Addressing Minority Grievances
    • Aslihan Saygili, Concessions or Crackdown: How Regime Stability Shapes Democratic Responses to Hostage taking Terrorism
    • Kris De Jaegher & Britta Hoyer, Preemptive Repression: Deterrence, Backfiring, Iron Fists, and Velvet Gloves
    • Solveig Hillesund, Choosing Whom to Target: Horizontal Inequality and the Risk of Civil and Communal Violence
    • Michael C. Marshall, Foreign Rebel Sponsorship: A Patron–Client Analysis of Party Viability in Elections Following Negotiated Settlements