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International Norm Change  

Wayne Sandholtz

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Jun 2017
In the first wave of scholarship on international norms, the primary task was to convince a skeptical discipline that norms affect domestic and international outcomes. A second phase of ... More

International Norms and Foreign Policy  

Vaughn Shannon

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Jun 2017
International norms exist as constraints on foreign policy, yet norms are also the product of the foreign policies of states and other actors. Research has demonstrated how norms restrain ... More

International Organizations and Foreign Policy  

Diana Panke and Ingo Henneberg

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Apr 2017
The interplay between states and international organizations has received a lot of scholarly attention, largely because the number of international organizations has increased considerably ... More

International Political Economy and the Environment  

Gabriele Spilker, Vally Koubi, and Thomas Bernauer

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Mar 2017
How does liberalization of trade and investment (i.e., economic globalization) as well as membership in international organizations (i.e., political globalization) affect the natural ... More

The International Political Economy of Regionalism  

Tanja A. Börzel and Soo Yeon Kim

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Jan 2017
Economic regionalism has been dominated by preferential trade agreements (PTAs). Not only have their numbers surged since the end of the Cold War, we also see different varieties of PTAs ... More

International Security: Nuclear Proliferation  

Wilfred Wan and Etel Solingen

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Jan 2017
Since the advent of the nuclear age, scholars have sought to provide rationales behind decisions to pursue, forgo, or relinquish nuclear weapons programs. Security, status, cost, technical ... More

Intersectionality and Political Ambition  

Shauna Lani Shames

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Jul 2017
Understanding political ambition in an intersectional way requires some familiarity with both subjects. Intersectionality is first explored as a concept and practice, and then the ... More

Intractable Conflict and Peacemaking from a Socio-Psychological Approach  

Soli Vered and Daniel Bar-Tal

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May 2017
Intractable conflicts are demanding, stressful, painful, exhausting, and costly both in human and material terms. In order to adapt to these conditions, societies engaged in such ... More

Intrastate Conflict and Civilian Victimization  

Reed M. Wood

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Aug 2016
Contemporary civil conflicts frequently impose disproportionate costs of civilian populations. By some estimates, roughly 90% of conflict causalities were combatants in the wars of the ... More

Ireland and the European Union  

Ben Tonra

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Jun 2017
Ireland joined the European Communities—as they were known then—in 1973, alongside the United Kingdom and Denmark. In many ways, that membership was defined by the bilateral British-Irish ... More

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