Monday, September 24, 2018

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 62, no. 3, September 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Patricia Owens, Women and the History of International Thought
  • Luca Mavelli, Citizenship for Sale and the Neoliberal Political Economy of Belonging
  • Quan Li, Erica Owen & Austin Mitchell, Why Do Democracies Attract More or Less Foreign Direct Investment? A Metaregression Analysis
  • Raj M Desai & Homi Kharas, What Motivates Private Foreign Aid? Evidence from Internet-Based Microlending
  • Stephen C Nelson & David A Steinberg, Default Positions: What Shapes Public Attitudes about International Debt Disputes?
  • Boris Sokolov, Ronald F Inglehart, Eduard Ponarin, Irina Vartanova, & William Zimmerman, Disillusionment and Anti-Americanism in Russia: From Pro-American to Anti-American Attitudes, 1993–2009
  • Scott D Sagan & Benjamin A Valentino, Not Just a War Theory: American Public Opinion on Ethics in Combat
  • Kevin L Young & Charli Carpenter, Does Science Fiction Affect Political Fact? Yes and No: A Survey Experiment on “Killer Robots”
  • Marina G Duque, Recognizing International Status: A Relational Approach
  • Steven E Lobell, A Granular Theory of Balancing
  • Muhammet A Bas & Andrew J Coe, Give Peace a (Second) Chance: A Theory of Nonproliferation Deals
  • Sabrina Karim, Michael J Gilligan, Robert Blair, & Kyle Beardsley, International Gender Balancing Reforms in Postconflict Countries: Lab-in-the-Field Evidence from the Liberian National Police
  • Rebekka Friedman, Remnants of a Checkered Past: Female LTTE and Social Reintegration in Post-War Sri Lanka
  • Sam R Bell, Michael E Flynn, & Carla Martinez Machain, U.N. Peacekeeping Forces and the Demand for Sex Trafficking
  • Aila M Matanock, External Engagement: Explaining the Spread of Electoral Participation Provisions in Civil Conflict Settlements
  • Melissa Carlson, Laura Jakli, & Katerina Linos, Rumors and Refugees: How Government-Created Information Vacuums Undermine Effective Crisis Management
  • James A Piazza & Seung-Whan Choi, International Military Interventions and Transnational Terrorist Backlash
  • Bryce W Reeder, The Political Geography of Rebellion: Using Event Data to Identify Insurgent Territory, Preferences, and Relocation Patterns