Monday, December 31, 2018

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 62, no. 4, December 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Christina L Davis & Julia C Morse, Protecting Trade by Legalizing Political Disputes: Why Countries Bring Cases to the International Court of Justice
  • Matthias Ecker-Ehrhardt, International Organizations “Going Public”? An Event History Analysis of Public Communication Reforms 1950–2015
  • Ezequiel Gonzalez-Ocantos, Communicative Entrepreneurs: The Case of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ Dialogue with National Judges
  • Meredith Loken, Milli Lake, & Kate Cronin-Furman, Deploying Justice: Strategic Accountability for Wartime Sexual Violence
  • Xun Cao, Haiyan Duan; Chuyu Liu, & Yingjie Wei, Local Religious Institutions and the Impact of Interethnic Inequality on Conflict
  • Virginia Page Fortna, Nicholas J Lotito, & Michael A Rubin, Don't Bite the Hand that Feeds: Rebel Funding Sources and the Use of Terrorism in Civil Wars
  • Erin A Snider, US Democracy Aid and the Authoritarian State: Evidence from Egypt and Morocco
  • Jonas Gamso & Farhod Yuldashev, Targeted Foreign Aid and International Migration: Is Development-Promotion an Effective Immigration Policy?
  • Katharina Michaelowa, Bernhard Reinsberg, & Christina J Schneider, The Politics of Double Delegation in the European Union
  • Simon Wigley, Is There a Resource Curse for Private Liberties?
  • Adam Dean, NAFTA's Army: Free Trade and US Military Enlistment
  • Nathan Dinneen, The Corinthian Thesis: The Oratorical Origins of the Idea of the Balance of Power in Herodotus, Thucydides, and Xenophon
  • Duncan Bell, Founding the World State: H. G. Wells on Empire and the English-Speaking Peoples
  • Michael C Williams, International Relations in the Age of the Image
  • Laron K Williams, Temporal Dependence and the Sensitivity of Quantities of Interest: A Solution for a Common Problem