Tuesday, December 17, 2013

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 57, no. 4, December 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Michael A. Allen & Matthew Digiuseppe, Tightening the Belt: Sovereign Debt and Alliance Formation
  • Max Abrahms, The Credibility Paradox: Violence as a Double-Edged Sword in International Politics
  • Timothy M. Peterson, Sending a Message: The Reputation Effect of US Sanction Threat Behavior
  • Seo-Young Cho, Integrating Equality: Globalization, Women's Rights, and Human Trafficking
  • Simone Dietrich, Bypass or Engage? Explaining Donor Delivery Tactics in Foreign Aid Allocation
  • Catherine Eschle, Gender and the Subject of (Anti)Nuclear Politics: Revisiting Women’s Campaigning against the Bomb
  • Graeme A. M. Davies & Robert Johns, Audience Costs among the British Public: The Impact of Escalation, Crisis Type, and Prime Ministerial Rhetoric
  • Elizabeth Buckner & Susan Garnett Russell, Portraying the Global: Cross-national Trends in Textbooks’ Portrayal of Globalization and Global Citizenship
  • Nathan M. Jensen, Domestic Institutions and the Taxing of Multinational Corporations
  • Ryan Kennedy & Lydia Tiede, Economic Development Assumptions and the Elusive Curse of Oil
  • Nicola Pratt, Reconceptualizing Gender, Reinscribing Racial–Sexual Boundaries in International Security: The Case of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on “Women, Peace and Security”
  • Karl Kaltenthaler & William J. Miller, Social Psychology and Public Support for Trade Liberalization
  • Richard A. Nielsen, Rewarding Human Rights? Selective Aid Sanctions against Repressive States
  • José Fernández-Albertos, Alexander Kuo & Laia Balcells, Economic Crisis, Globalization, and Partisan Bias: Evidence from Spain
  • Sean Starrs, American Economic Power Hasn't Declined—It Globalized! Summoning the Data and Taking Globalization Seriously
  • Paul Poast & Johannes Urpelainen, Fit and Feasible: Why Democratizing States Form, not Join, International Organizations
  • Michael Breen & Iain McMenamin, Political Institutions, Credible Commitment, and Sovereign Debt in Advanced Economies