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International Studies Quarterly - Volume 65, Issue 2, June 2021

International Studies Quarterly – Volume 65, Issue 2, June 2021

International Studies Quarterly - Volume 65, Issue 2, June 2021

International Studies Quarterly

Volume 65, Issue 2, June 2021

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.


Gender, Justice and Deliberation: Why Women Don’t Influence Peacemaking
Denisa Kostovicova, Tom Paskhalis

Ambivalent Sexism? Shifting Patterns of Gender Bias in Five Arab Countries
Calvert W Jones, Jocelyn Sage Mitchell, Justin D Martin

Spanning Thousands of Miles and Years: Political Nostalgia and China’s Revival of the Silk Road
Lina Benabdallah

The Determinants of Uncertainty in International Relations
Jeffrey M Kaplow, Erik Gartzke

Theorizing Liberal Orders in Crisis Then and Now: Returning to Carr and Horkheimer
Seán Molloy

Great Power Narcissism and Ontological (In)Security: The Narrative Mediation of Greatness and Weakness in International Politics
Linus Hagström

The Financial Consequences of Rating International Institutions: Competition, Collaboration, and the Politics of Assessment
Ranjit Lall

Migrants as Engines of Financial Globalization: The Case of Global Banking
Alexandra O Zeitz, David A Leblang

Multinational Banks and IMF Conditionality
Trung A Dang, Randall W Stone

Economic Statecraft by Other Means: The Use and Abuse of Anti-Bribery Prosecution
Andrey Tomashevskiy

Stick Then Carrot: When Do Governments Give Amnesty during Civil War?
Lesley-Ann Daniels

Battles and Bargains: Escalation, Commitment, and Negotiations in Civil War
Elizabeth J Menninga, Alyssa K Prorok

When Disasters Hit Civil Wars: Natural Resource Exploitation and Rebel Group Resilience
Yasutaka Tominaga, Chia-yi Lee

To Blame or to Support? Large-scale Insurgent Attacks on Civilians and Public Trust in State Institutions
Annekatrin Deglow, Ralph Sundberg

Public Tolerance of Retributive Violence against Insurgencies
Vera Mironova, Sam Whitt

Does Institutional Proliferation Undermine Cooperation? Theory and Evidence from Climate Change
Sam S Rowan

Responsibility-Sharing in Refugee Protection: Lessons from Climate Governance
Philipp Lutz, Anna Stünzi, Stefan Manser-Egli

A House Divided: Norm Fragmentation in the International Human Rights Regime
Rochelle Terman, Zoltán I Búzás

Doubling Down: The Danger of Disclosing Secret Action
Jacob Otto, William Spaniel

Sharing Saddles: Oligarchs and Officers on Horseback in Egypt and Tunisia
Drew Holland Kinney

Subgroup Differences in Implicit Associations and Explicit Attitudes during Wartime
Aaron Erlich, Calvin Garner

The Tyranny of Distance: Assessing and Explaining the Apparent Decline in U.S. Military Performance
M Patrick Hulme, Erik Gartzke

Generals in the Cabinet: Military Participation in Government and International Conflict Initiation
Peter White


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