Friday, March 13, 2020

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 64, no. 1, March 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Carolina Moehlecke, The Chilling Effect of International Investment Disputes: Limited Challenges to State Sovereignty
  • Anastassia V Obydenkova & Vinícius G Rodrigues Vieira, The Limits of Collective Financial Statecraft: Regional Development Banks and Voting Alignment with the United States at the United Nations General Assembly
  • Lauge N Skovgaard Poulsen, Beyond Credible Commitments: (Investment) Treaties as Focal Points
  • Celeste Beesley, Foreign Policy Preferences in Ukraine: Trade and Ethnolinguistic Identity
  • Megan MacKenzie, Eda Gunaydin, & Umeya Chaudhuri, Illicit Military Behavior as Exceptional and Inevitable: Media Coverage of Military Sexual Violence and the “Bad Apples” Paradox
  • Luis L Schenoni, Gary Goertz, Andrew P Owsiak, & Paul F Diehl, Settling Resistant Territorial Disputes: The Territorial Boundary Peace in Latin America
  • Michael R Kenwick, Self-Reinforcing Civilian Control: A Measurement-Based Analysis of Civil-Military Relations
  • Kristin M Bakke, Neil J Mitchell, & Hannah M Smidt, When States Crack Down on Human Rights Defenders
  • James C Franklin, Human Rights on the March: Repression, Oppression, and Protest in Latin America
  • Michelle Giacobbe Allendoerfer, Amanda Murdie, & Ryan M Welch, The Path of the Boomerang: Human Rights Campaigns, Third-Party Pressure, and Human Rights
  • Kristopher Velasco, A Growing Queer Divide: The Divergence between Transnational Advocacy Networks and Foreign Aid in Diffusing LGBT Policies
  • Lauren Prather, Transnational Ties and Support for Foreign Aid
  • Andrew Delatolla, Sexuality as a Standard of Civilization: Historicizing (Homo)Colonial Intersections of Race, Gender, and Class
  • Nina Hall, Hans Peter Schmitz, & J Michael Dedmon, Transnational Advocacy and NGOs in the Digital Era: New Forms of Networked Power
  • Alexander De Juan, Heterogeneous Effects of Development Aid on Violent Unrest in Postwar Countries: Village-Level Evidence from Nepal
  • Jessica Maves Braithwaite & Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham, When Organizations Rebel: Introducing the Foundations of Rebel Group Emergence (FORGE) Dataset
  • Jeffrey B Arnold, J Tyson Chatagnier, & Gary E Hollibaugh, Jr, Allegiance, Ability, and Achievement in the American Civil War: Commander Traits and Battlefield Military Effectiveness
  • Sarah von Billerbeck, “Mirror, Mirror On the Wall:” Self-Legitimation by International Organizations
  • Lauren Peritz, When are International Institutions Effective? The Impact of Domestic Veto Players on Compliance with WTO Rulings
  • Cale Horne, Kellan Robinson, & Megan Lloyd, The Relationship between Contributors’ Domestic Abuses and Peacekeeper Misconduct in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations
  • Arthur A Goldsmith, Out of Africa? Elections and Capital Flight Revisited
  • Erica Frantz, Elections and Capital Flight: A Response to Goldsmith