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International Studies Quarterly

International Studies Quarterly – Volume 63, Issue 2, June 2019

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International Studies Quarterly

Volume 63, Issue 2, June 2019

ISSN: 0020-8833, EISSN: 1468-2478

International Studies Quarterly (ISQ) is the flagship journal of the International Studies Association. It seeks to publish leading scholarship that engages with significant theoretical, empirical, and normative subjects in international studies. More detailed information about the journal’s guidelines and policies is available here.



Diversionary Rebel Violence in Territorial Civil War border=
Helge Holtermann

Pink Slips from the Underground: Changes in Terror Leadership
Margaret J Foster; David A Siegel

Economic Grievances and Civil War: An Application to the Resource Curse
Jack Paine

Military Defection During Localized Protests: The Case of Tataouine
Sharan Grewal


Beyond Internalization: Alternate Endings of the Norm Life Cycle
Anette Stimmer

Immigration and International Law
Margaret E Peters

Means of the Marginalized: Embedded Transnational Advocacy Networks and the Transformation of Neoliberal Global Governance
David Ciplet

Rival Hierarchies and the Origins of Nuclear Technology Sharing
Jeff D Colgan; Nicholas L Miller


Information, Secrecy, and Civilian Targeting
Daniel Krcmaric

The Universal Eye: Anarchist “Propaganda of the Deed” and Development of the Modern Surveillance State
Mark Shirk

Domestic Demand for Human Rights: Free Speech and the Freedom-Security Trade-Off
Nick Dietrich; Charles Crabtree


Fuel Subsidies Limit Democratization: Evidence from a Global Sample, 1990–2014
Matthew D Fails

The Promise and Peril of Peacekeeping Economies
Bernd Beber; Michael J Gilligan; Jenny Guardado; Sabrina Karim

Tariff Evasion and Trade Policies
Timm Betz

Compensating Autocratic Elites: How International Demands for Economic Liberalization Can Lead to More Repressive Dictatorships
José Kaire


What Were the Consequences of Decolonization?
Alexander Lee; Jack Paine

History and Ethnic Conflict: Does Precolonial Centralization Matter?
Subhasish Ray


Can We Change the Topic, Please? Assessing the Theoretical Construction of International Relations Scholarship
Christopher Whyte


Corrigendum to “Feigning Compliance: Covert Action and International Law”

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Nicolas Boeglin

Palestina: a propósito de la reciente resolución sobre derechos de Palestina como futuro Estado Miembro de Naciones Unidas

Nicolas Boeglin, Profesor de Derecho Internacional Público, Facultad de Derecho,Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). Contacto …