Friday, April 10, 2020

New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution (Vol. 64, no. 5, May 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Brian C. Rathbun & Rachel Stein, Greater Goods: Morality and Attitudes toward the Use of Nuclear Weapons
    • Daniel Masterson & M. Christian Lehmann, Refugees, Mobilization, and Humanitarian Aid: Evidence from the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Lebanon
    • Chad Hazlett, Angry or Weary? How Violence Impacts Attitudes toward Peace among Darfurian Refugees
    • Gaku Ito & Kaisa Hinkkainen Elliott, Battle Diffusion Matters: Examining the Impact of Microdynamics of Fighting on Conflict Termination
    • Luke Abbs, Govinda Clayton, & Andrew Thomson, The Ties That Bind: Ethnicity, Pro-government Militia, and the Dynamics of Violence in Civil War
    • James Meernik & Kimi King, The Security Consequences of Bearing Witness
    • Brandon Ives & Jacob S. Lewis, From Rallies to Riots: Why Some Protests Become Violent
  • Data Set Feature
    • Vincent Arel-Bundock, Clint Peinhardt, & Amy Pond, Political Risk Insurance: A New Firm-level Data Set