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Research Article Explaining Foreign Support for China’s Global Economic Leadership J. Lawrence Broz, Zhiwen Zhang, Gaoyang Wang
The Right to Dominate: How Old Ideas About Sovereignty Pose New Challenges for World Order Roland Paris
The Evolution of Territorial Conquest After 1945 and the Limits of the Territorial Integrity Norm Dan Altman
Rebel Groups, International Humanitarian Law, and Civil War Outcomes in the Post-Cold War Era Jessica A. Stanton
Explaining Migration Timing: Political Information and Opportunities Alisha C. Holland, Margaret E. Peters
Foreign Meddling and Mass Attitudes Toward International Economic Engagement Sarah Sunn Bush, Lauren Prather
Talking While Fighting: Understanding the Role of Wartime Negotiation Eric Min