Tuesday, March 5, 2019

New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution (Vol. 63, no. 4, April 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Dov H. Levin, A Vote for Freedom? The Effects of Partisan Electoral Interventions on Regime Type
    • Abigail Post, Flying to Fail: Costly Signals and Air Power in Crisis Bargaining
    • David C. Kang, Dat X. Nguyen, Ronan Tse-min Fu, & Meredith Shaw, War, Rebellion, and Intervention under Hierarchy: Vietnam–China Relations, 1365 to 1841
    • Brandon K. Yoder, Hedging for Better Bets: Power Shifts, Credible Signals, and Preventive Conflict
    • Andrew Bertoli, Allan Dafoe, & Robert F. Trager, Is There a War Party? Party Change, the Left–Right Divide, and International Conflict
    • Kerstin Fisk, Jennifer L. Merolla, & Jennifer M. Ramos, Emotions, Terrorist Threat, and Drones: Anger Drives Support for Drone Strikes
    • Sharan Grewal & Yasser Kureshi, How to Sell a Coup: Elections as Coup Legitimation
    • Rory Truex, Focal Points, Dissident Calendars, and Preemptive Repression
    • Juan Fernando Tellez, Worlds Apart: Conflict Exposure and Preferences for Peace
    • Krista Wiegand & Eric Keels, Oil Wealth, Winning Coalitions, and Duration of Civil Wars