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International Studies Quarterly - Volume 63, Issue 4, December 2019

International Studies Quarterly – Volume 63, Issue 4, December 2019


International Studies Quarterly

Volume 63, Issue 4, December 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.


Systemist International Relations
Patrick James

Primary Resources, Secondary Labor: Natural Resources and Immigration Policy
Adrian J Shin

Sectors, Pollution, and Trade: How Industrial Interests Shape Domestic Positions on Global Climate Agreements
Federica Genovese

Measuring Racial Bias in International Migration Flows
Andrew S Rosenberg

Drones, Surveillance, and Violence: Theory and Evidence from a US Drone Program
Asfandyar Mir, Dylan Moore

One Dyadic Peace Leads to Another? Conflict Systems, Terminations, and Net Reduction in Fighting Groups
Jason Quinn, Madhav Joshi, Erik Melander

Internal Politics and the Fragmentation of Armed Groups
Evan Perkoski

Make Love, Not War: Do Single Young Men Cause Political Violence?
Tyler Kustra

Civilians, Control, and Collaboration during Civil Conflict
Luke N Condra, Austin L Wright

Regulatory Convergence in the Financial Periphery: How Interdependence Shapes Regulators’ Decisions
Emily Jones, Alexandra O Zeitz

Boilerplate in International Trade Agreements
Claire Peacock, Karolina Milewicz, Duncan Snidal

Monetary Power Reconsidered: The Struggle between the Bundesbank and the Fed over Monetary Leadership
Arie Krampf

E.H. Carr and IPE: An Essay in Retrieval
Randall Germain

Authoritarian Audiences, Rhetoric, and Propaganda in International Crises: Evidence from China
Jessica Chen Weiss, Allan Dafoe

Social Ties and the Strategy of Civil Resistance
Ches Thurber

Electoral Rules, Interest Group Pressures, and the Price of Democratic Default
Brendan J Connell

Rhythm and Mobilization in International Relations
Ty Solomon

How Can We Criticize International Practices?
Sebastian Schindler, Tobias Wille

The Uncertainty Trade-off: Reexamining Opportunity Costs and War
William Spaniel, Iris Malone

“Battling” for Legitimacy: Analyzing Performative Contests in the Gaza Flotilla Paradigmatic Case
Daniel F Wajner

Do Self-Reporting Regimes Matter? Evidence from the Convention Against Torture
Cosette D Creamer, Beth A Simmons

Human Rights versus National Interests: Shifting US Public Attitudes on the International Criminal Court
Kelebogile Zvobgo

Promoting Compliance with Human Rights: The Performance of the United Nations’ Universal Periodic Review and Treaty Bodies
Valentina Carraro

Legitimacy and the Cognitive Sources of International Institutional Change: The Case of Regional Parliamentarization
Tobias Lenz, Alexandr Burilkov, Lora Anne Viola

The Dark Side of Cooperation: International Organizations and Member Corruption
Emilie M Hafner-Burton, Christina J Schneider

How Do Prior Rulings Affect Future Disputes?
Jeffrey Kucik

Density and Decline in the Founding of International NGOs in the United States
Sarah Sunn Bush, Jennifer Hadden

The Causes and Effects of Leaks in International Negotiations
Matthew Castle, Krzysztof J Pelc

The Diplomatic Presentation of the State in International Crises: Diplomatic Collaboration during the US-Iran Hostage Crisis
David E Banks

Destroying Trust in Government: Effects of a Broken Pact among Colombian Ex-Combatants
Joakim Kreutz, Enzo Nussio

Lost in Misconceptions about Social Identity Theory
Deborah Welch Larson, Alexei Shevchenko

Do Democracies Possess the Wisdom of Crowds? Decision Group Size, Regime Type, and Strategic Effectiveness
David Blagden

Corrigendum to “Promoting Compliance with Human Rights: The Performance of the United Nations’ Universal Periodic Review and Treaty Bodies”

Ver también

Nicolas Boeglin

Gaza / Israël : à propos de la déclaration de la Palestine reconnaissant la compétence de la CIJ et demandant à intervenir en l’affaire Afrique du Sud contre Israël

Nicolas Boeglin, professeur de droit international public, Faculté de droit, Université du Costa Rica (UCR). …