Sunday, September 27, 2020

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 64, no. 3, September 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Christopher Linebarger & Alex Braithwaite, Do Walls Work? The Effectiveness of Border Barriers in Containing the Cross-Border Spread of Violent Militancy
  • Anna A Meier, The Idea of Terror: Institutional Reproduction in Government Responses to Political Violence
  • Robert Schub, When Prospective Leader Turnover Promotes Peace
  • William Spaniel, Peter Bils, & Gleason Judd, Stall Wars: When Do States Fight to Hold onto the Status Quo?
  • Tim Wegenast, Arpita Asha Khanna, & Gerald Schneider, The Micro-Foundations of the Resource Curse: Mineral Ownership and Local Economic Well-Being in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Inwook Kim, Swinging Shale: Shale Oil, the Global Oil Market, and the Geopolitics of Oil
  • Jonathan N Markowitz, Suzie Mulesky, Benjamin A T Graham, & Christopher J Fariss, Productive Pacifists: The Rise of Production-Oriented States and Decline of Profit-Motivated Conquest
  • Deepak Nair, Emotional Labor and the Power of International Bureaucrats
  • Stéphanie Martel, The Polysemy of Security Community-Building: Toward a “People-Centered” Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)?
  • Rebecca L Perlman, The Domestic Impact of International Standards
  • Kelebogile Zvobgo, Demanding Truth: The Global Transitional Justice Network and the Creation of Truth Commissions
  • Jonas Tallberg, Magnus Lundgren, Thomas Sommerer, & Theresa Squatrito, Why International Organizations Commit to Liberal Norms
  • Martin Weber, The Normative Grammar of Relational Analysis: Recognition Theory's Contribution to Understanding Short-Comings in IR's Relational Turn
  • Helen M Kinsella & Giovanni Mantilla, Contestation before Compliance: History, Politics, and Power in International Humanitarian Law
  • Sasikumar S Sundaram, The Practices of Evaluating Entitlements: Rethinking “Reputation” in International Politics
  • Matt Buehler, Kristin E Fabbe, & Kyung Joon Han, Community-Level Postmaterialism and Anti-Migrant Attitudes: An Original Survey on Opposition to Sub-Saharan African Migrants in the Middle East
  • Michael Intal Magcamit, Imagined Insecurities in Imagined Communities: Manufacturing the Ethnoreligious Others as Security Threats
  • Shengkuo Hu & Courtenay R Conrad, Monitoring via the Courts: Judicial Oversight and Police Violence in India
  • Kaitlyn Webster, Priscilla Torres, Chong Chen, & Kyle Beardsley, Ethnic and Gender Hierarchies in the Crucible of War
  • Christine Hackenesch & Julia Bader, The Struggle for Minds and Influence: The Chinese Communist Party's Global Outreach
  • Adam Scharpf, Why Governments Have Their Troops Trained Abroad: Evidence from Latin America
  • Ala’ Alrababa’h, Rachel Myrick, & Isaac Webb, Do Donor Motives Matter? Investigating Perceptions of Foreign Aid in the Conflict in Donbas