New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution (Vol. 61, no. 10, November 2017) is out. Contents include:

  • Sam R. Bell, K. Chad Clay, & Carla Martinez Machain, The Effect of US Troop Deployments on Human Rights
  • Patrick E. Shea & Charlotte Christian, The Impact of Women Legislators on Humanitarian Military Interventions
  • Vera Mironova & Sam Whitt, International Peacekeeping and Positive Peace: Evidence from Kosovo
  • Shahryar Minhas & Benjamin J. Radford, Enemy at the Gates: Variation in Economic Growth from Civil Conflict
  • Tyler Kustra, HIV/AIDS, Life Expectancy, and the Opportunity Cost Model of Civil War
  • Kai A. Konrad & Vai-Lam Mui, The Prince—or Better No Prince? The Strategic Value of Appointing a Successor
  • Mauricio Rivera, Authoritarian Institutions and State Repression: The Divergent Effects of Legislatures and Opposition Parties on Personal Integrity Rights
  • Michael Kenney, Stephen Coulthart, & Dominick Wright, Structure and Performance in a Violent Extremist Network: The Small-world Solution
  • Tim Haesebrouck, NATO Burden Sharing in Libya: A Fuzzy Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis
  • Libby Jenke & Christopher Gelp, Theme and Variations: Historical Contingencies in the Causal Model of Interstate Conflict

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