Friday, October 23, 2020

New Issue: International Interactions

The latest issue of International Interactions (Vol. 46, no. 5, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Jessica Edry, Shallow commitments may bite deep: domestic politics and flexibility in international cooperation
    • Yooneui Kim & Elizabeth J. Menninga, Competition, Aid, and Violence against Civilians
    • Paulina Pospieszna & Patrick M. Weber, Amplifying and nullifying the impact of democratic sanctions through aid to civil society
    • Clayton Webb, Re-examining the costs of sanctions and sanctions threats using stock market data
    • Andrew Levin, Whitewashing and extortion: why human rights-abusing states participate in UN peacekeeping operations
    • Gary Uzonyi, Group identification, uncertainty, and the duration of genocide and politicide
  • Research Note
    • Paul Winter & Enzo Lenine, Survival of the best fit: modelling nuclear proliferational evidence