Thursday, July 9, 2020

New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution (Vol. 64, nos. 7-8, August-September 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Lars-Erik Cederman, Simon Hug, Livia I. Schubiger, & Francisco Villamil, Civilian Victimization and Ethnic Civil War
    • Robert Ulrich Nagel & Austin C. Doctor, Conflict-related Sexual Violence and Rebel Group Fragmentation
    • Arturas Rozenas, A Theory of Demographically Targeted Repression
    • Suthan Krishnarajan & Lasse Lykke Rørbæk, The Two-sided Effect of Elections on Coup Attempts
    • Louis-Alexandre Berg, Civil–Military Relations and Civil War Recurrence: Security Forces in Postwar Politics
    • Christoph Dworschak, Jumping on the Bandwagon: Differentiation and Security Defection during Conflict
    • Julia Gray & Philip Potter, Diplomacy and the Settlement of International Trade Disputes
    • Oded Adomi Leshem & Eran Halperin, Hoping for Peace during Protracted Conflict: Citizens’ Hope Is Based on Inaccurate Appraisals of Their Adversary’s Hope for Peace
    • Tobias Heinrich & Timothy M. Peterson, Foreign Policy as Pork-barrel Spending: Incentives for Legislator Credit Claiming on Foreign Aid
    • Geoff Dancy, Yvonne Marie Dutton, Tessa Alleblas, & Eamon Aloyo, What Determines Perceptions of Bias toward the International Criminal Court? Evidence from Kenya
    • Krzysztof Krakowski, Pulled Together or Torn Asunder? Community Cohesion After Symmetric and Asymmetric Civil War
    • Dorothy Kronick, Profits and Violence in Illegal Markets: Evidence from Venezuela
  • Data Set Feature
    • Charles Butcher, Benjamin E. Goldsmith, Sascha Nanlohy, Arcot Sowmya, & David Muchlinski, Introducing the Targeted Mass Killing Data Set for the Study and Forecasting of Mass Atrocities