Friday, September 6, 2013

New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution (Vol. 57, no. 5, October 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Paul Poast, Can Issue Linkage Improve Treaty Credibility?: Buffer State Alliances as a “Hard Case”
  • Milan W. Svolik, Contracting on Violence: The Moral Hazard in Authoritarian Repression and Military Intervention in Politics
  • Seden Akcinaroglu & Elizabeth Radziszewski, Private Military Companies, Opportunities, and Termination of Civil Wars in Africa
  • Dawn Brancati & Jack L. Snyder, Time to Kill: The Impact of Election Timing on Postconflict Stability
  • Simon A. Mettler & Dan Reiter, Ballistic Missiles and International Conflict
  • Mario Ferrero, The Cult of Martyrs
  • Michael G. Findley, Bargaining and the Interdependent Stages of Civil War Resolution