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Regime Type and FDI: A Transaction Cost Economics Approach to the Debate  

Austin P. Johnson and Quan Li

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Aug 2017
A debate exists in international political economy on the relationship between regime type and foreign direct investment (FDI). The central point of contention focuses on whether ... More

Regional Politics and Powers: Hierarchy and Comparative Regional Analysis in International Relations  

Jon Patrick Rhamey, Jr. and Thomas J. Volgy

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Sep 2017
Comparative regionalism constitutes a new frontier of international relations analysis that provides a more focused theoretical lens for understanding the localized phenomena dominant in ... More

Regions of War and Peace in Foreign Policy  

Alex Weisiger

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May 2017
A significant, if minority, current in contemporary international relations scholarship places regions at the center of analysis. In practice, the shift to the regional level of analysis ... More

Religion in Foreign Policy  

Jeffrey Haynes

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Jul 2017
Most states’ foreign policies are secular in orientation and focus. A few make religion a prominent component of their ideological approach to foreign policy. States whose foreign policies ... More

Religion in International Relations  

Tanya B. Schwarz and Cecelia Lynch

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Nov 2016
Though religion was never absent from international relations, since the Iranian Revolution, the end of the Cold War, and the events of 9/11, the international community has taken a ... More

Role Contestation in Making Foreign Policy Decisions: Digraph and Game Theory Models  

Stephen G. Walker

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Sep 2017
The concept of role contestation has emerged within the recent renaissance of role theory in foreign policy analysis, which has taken hold among international relations scholars on both ... More

Role Theory as an Empirical Theory of International Relations: From Metaphor to Formal Model  

Stephen G. Walker

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Jan 2017
Role theory as an empirical theory of international relations has an underlying logical structure with the ability to generate different models of cooperation and conflict in world ... More

Role Theory in Foreign Policy  

Marijke Breuning

Role theory first emerged as an approach to the study of foreign policy with the seminal work of Holsti, who argued that decision makers’ conceptions of their state’s role on the world ... More

Searching for Middle Powers  

Laura Neack

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Jul 2017
What is a “middle power,” and what foreign policy is associated with it? Scholars and diplomats in Canada, Australia, and a more or less stable collection of northern countries—and ... More

Secession and Recognition in Foreign Policy  

James Ker-Lindsay

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May 2017
There are few questions more interesting and more important for the international community than the issue of how new states are created and accepted into the wider global system through ... More

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