Tuesday, April 2, 2019

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 63, no. 1, March 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Gudrun Østby, Michele Leiby, & Ragnhild Nordås, The Legacy of Wartime Violence on Intimate-Partner Abuse: Microlevel Evidence from Peru, 1980–2009
  • Michaël Aklin & Andreas Kern, Moral Hazard and Financial Crises: Evidence from American Troop Deployments
  • Kathleen M Jennings, Conditional Protection? Sex, Gender, and Discourse in UN Peacekeeping
  • Andrew Boutton, Coup-Proofing in the Shadow of Intervention: Alliances, Moral Hazard, and Violence in Authoritarian Regimes
  • David B Carter, Rachel L Wellhausen, & Paul K Huth, International Law, Territorial Disputes, and Foreign Direct Investment
  • Michael Poznansky, Feigning Compliance: Covert Action and International Law
  • Jon C W Pevehouse & Felicity Vabulas, Nudging the Needle: Foreign Lobbies and US Human Rights Ratings
  • Geoff Dancy, Bridget E Marchesi, Tricia D Olsen, Leigh A Payne, Andrew G Reiter, & Kathryn Sikkink, Behind Bars and Bargains: New Findings on Transitional Justice in Emerging Democracies
  • Devin K Joshi, J S Maloy, & Timothy M Peterson, Popular versus Elite Democracies and Human Rights: Inclusion Makes a Difference
  • Daniel W Hill, Jr & K Anne Watson, Democracy and Compliance with Human Rights Treaties: The Conditional Effectiveness of the Convention for the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women
  • Inken von Borzyskowski & Felicity Vabulas, Credible Commitments? Explaining IGO Suspensions to Sanction Political Backsliding
  • In Song Kim, Helen V Milner, Thomas Bernauer, Iain Osgood, Gabriele Spilker &, Dustin Tingley, Firms and Global Value Chains: Identifying Firms’ Multidimensional Trade Preferences
  • Dan Alexander & Bryan Rooney, Vote-Buying by the United States in the United Nations
  • Amir Lupovici, Toward a Securitization Theory of Deterrence
  • Halvard Leira, The Emergence of Foreign Policy
  • Ilan Zvi Baron, Jonathan Havercroft, Isaac Kamola, Jonneke Koomen, Justin Murphy, & Alex Prichard, Liberal Pacification and the Phenomenology of Violence