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How the Contractualist Peace Overtook the Democratic Peace  

Michael Mousseau and Xiongwei Cao

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May 2017
The democratic peace—the absence of war between democratic nations—shook the field of International Relations when it emerged as a widely accepted true fact roughly a quarter-century ago. ... More

Identity and Foreign Policy  

Srdjan Vucetic

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Apr 2017
Identity has come to figure prominently in the study of foreign policy since the 1990s when it was first introduced by constructivist theorists in International Relations. Consensus on ... More

Image Theory and the Initiation of Strategic Rivalries  

Manjeet S. Pardesi

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Mar 2017
The assessment of an opponent as a strategic rival is analytically equivalent to evaluating its strategic image. The central decision-makers of states reevaluate the image of other ... More

Indigenous Political Representation in Latin America  

Roberta Rice

This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Please check back later for the full article. ... More

Infectious Disease as a Foreign Policy Threat  

Rebecca Katz, Erin Sorrell, and Claire Standley

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Jul 2017
The last 30 years have seen the global consequences of newly emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, starting with the international spread of HIV/AIDS, the emergence of Ebola and ... More

The International Determinants of Military Coup Behavior  

Ekim Arbatli and Cemal Eren Arbatli

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Jun 2017
Why do coups d’état happen? Although many studies have investigated this question, they pay relatively little attention to the international causes and ramifications of coups. Especially, ... More

International Law and Foreign Policy  

Joel H. Westra

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May 2017
Policymakers regularly face decisions pertaining to the making of international law and compliance with international law. International relations scholars have attempted to explain the ... More

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

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