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Securitization Theory and Foreign Policy Analysis  

Roxanna Sjöstedt

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Apr 2017
Since it was launched in the mid-1990s, the concept of securitization has consistently been in vogue, at least among European scholars of world politics and security studies. The idea of ... More

The Selectorate Theory and International Politics  

Randolph M. Siverson and Bruce Bueno de Mesquita

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Jun 2017
The Selectorate Theory is based upon one simple, perhaps even commonplace assumption: Once in office, leaders want to remain in office. They have a variety of tools to enhance their ... More

Sequences in Foreign Policy Decision Making  

Binnur Ozkececi-Taner

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May 2017
Discussion of some representative work from the scholars of foreign policy provides a review of the literature that can guide researchers in examining the separate yet interrelated stages ... More

Signaling in Foreign Policy  

Erik A. Gartzke, Shannon Carcelli, J Andres Gannon, and Jiakun Jack Zhang

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Aug 2017
Costly signaling offers a solution to many foreign policy dilemmas. Though most commonly studied in the context of the bargaining theory of war, signaling can also play an important role ... More

Simulation and ABM in Foreign Policy  

Ravi Bhavnani and David Sylvan

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Sep 2017
On several occasions in the past 70 years, simulation as a research program in FPA rose, then fell. We begin by defining what we mean by simulations before reviewing the two main streams ... More

Slovenia and the European Union  

Ana Bojinović Fenko and Marjan Svetličič

Despite having fought for their bare survival against hostile foreigners, after finally reaching their independence and international recognition in 1991/92, paradoxically, even before ... More

Small State Foreign Policy  

Baldur Thorhallsson and Sverrir Steinsson

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May 2017
Size matters in international relations. Owing to their unique vulnerabilities, small states have different needs, adopt different foreign policies, and have a harder time achieving ... More

Social Identity Theory: Status and Identity in International Relations  

Deborah Welch Larson

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May 2017
Social identity theory (SIT) from social psychology provides a means to explore the influence of identity and status concerns on foreign policy. The theory argues that groups are motivated ... More

Social Media and Foreign Policy  

Trevor Rubenzer

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Aug 2017
Social media refer to websites and other Internet applications that enable users to create and share content with other users, as well as to react to such content in various ways. As ... More

Sociological Institutionalism and European Integration  

Sabine Saurugger

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May 2017
Sociological institutionalism is part of the larger group of new institutionalisms, which share the basic understanding that institutions matter in social processes. Opposing a more ... More

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