Thursday, December 9, 2010

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 54, no. 4, December 2010) is out. Contents include:
  • Natsuko H. Nicholls, Paul K. Huth & Benjamin J. Appel, When Is Domestic Political Unrest Related to International Conflict? Diversionary Theory and Japanese Foreign Policy, 1890–1941
  • Hunjoon Kim & Kathryn Sikkink, Explaining the Deterrence Effect of Human Rights Prosecutions for Transitional Countries
  • Joe Clare, Ideological Fractionalization and the International Conflict Behavior of Parliamentary Democracies
  • Jacob D. Kathman, Civil War Contagion and Neighboring Interventions
  • Sean D. Ehrlich, The Fair Trade Challenge to Embedded Liberalism
  • Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham & Nils B. Weidmann, Shared Space: Ethnic Groups, State Accommodation, and Localized Conflict
  • Faten Ghosn, Getting to the Table and Getting to Yes: An Analysis of International Negotiations
  • David Lektzian, Brandon C. Prins & Mark Souva, Territory, River, and Maritime Claims in the Western Hemisphere: Regime Type, Rivalry, and MIDs from 1901 to 2000
  • Johannes Urpelainen, Regulation under Economic Globalization
  • Megan Shannon, Daniel Morey &Frederick J. Boehmke, The Influence of International Organizations on Militarized Dispute Initiation and Duration
  • Arman Grigoryan, Third-Party Intervention and the Escalation of State-Minority Conflicts
  • Patrick Bernhagen & Neil J. Mitchell, The Private Provision of Public Goods: Corporate Commitments and the United Nations Global Compact