Wednesday, January 30, 2019

New Issue: International Interactions

The latest issue of International Interactions (Vol. 45, no. 1, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Barbara F. Walter, Explaining the number of rebel groups in civil wars
    • David H. Bearce & Andrew F. Hart, Labor migration numbers and rights: do they trade off or advance together?
    • Akisato Suzuki, Ethnicity, political survival, and the exchange of nationalist foreign policy
    • Hannes Weber, Age structure and political violence: a re-assessment of the “youth bulge” hypothesis
    • Gina Lei Miller, Ryan M. Welch & Andrew J. Vonasch, The psychological effects of state socialization: IGO membership loss and respect for human rights
    • “Any press is good press?” Rebel political wings, media freedom, and terrorism in civil wars Eric Keels & Justin Kinney
    • Ore Koren, Food, state power, and rebellion: The case of maize
  • Research Note
    • J. Tyson Chatagnier, Civil war mediation and integration into global value chains