Saturday, January 9, 2021

New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution (Vol. 65, nos. 2-3, February-March 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Rebecca Cordell, The Political Costs of Abusing Human Rights: International Cooperation in Extraordinary Rendition
    • Sarah Maxey, Limited Spin: When the Public Punishes Leaders Who Lie about Military Action
    • Carla Martinez Machain, Exporting Influence: U.S. Military Training as Soft Power
    • Nizan Feldman, Ehud Eiran, & Aviad Rubin, Naval Power and Effects of Third-Party Trade on Conflict
    • Allan Dafoe, Sophia Hatz, & Baobao Zhang, Coercion and Provocation
    • Yen-Sheng Chiang, Indirect Reciprocity for Mitigating Intergroup Hostility: A Vignette Experiment and an Agent-based Model on Intergroup Relations between Mainland Chinese and Taiwanese
    • Jun Koga Sudduth, Who Punishes the Leader? Leader Culpability and Coups during Civil War
    • Jori Breslawski, The Social Terrain of Rebel Held Territory
    • Heather Elko McKibben, & Amy Skoll, Please Help Us (or Don’t): External Interventions and Negotiated Settlements in Civil Conflicts
    • Luwei Ying, How State Presence Leads to Civil Conflict
    • Nam Kyu Kim, Previous Military Rule and Democratic Survival
    • Carl Müller-Crepon, Philipp Hunziker, & Lars-Erik Cederman, Roads to Rule, Roads to Rebel: Relational State Capacity and Conflict in Africa
    • Jon Echevarria-Coco & Javier Gardeazabal, A Spatial Model of Internal Displacement and Forced Migration
  • Data Feature
    • Wukki Kim, Justin George, & Todd Sandler, Introducing Transnational Terrorist Hostage Event (TTHE) Data Set, 1978 to 2018