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Journal of Conflict Resolution - Volume 66 Issue 2, February-March 2022

Journal of Conflict Resolution – Volume 66 Issue 2, February-March 2022

Journal of Conflict Resolution - Volume 66 Issue 2, February-March 2022

Journal of Conflict Resolution

Volume 66 Issue 2, February-March 2022

ISSN: 0022-0027 Online ISSN: 1552-8766

Journal of Conflict Resolution (JCR), peer-reviewed and published eight times a year, for more than fifty years has provided scholars and researchers with the latest studies and theories on the causes of and solutions to the full range of human conflict. JCR focuses on conflict between and within states, but also explores a variety of inter-group and interpersonal conflicts that may help in understanding problems of war and peace. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

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Articles
Putting Terror in Its Place: An Experiment on Mitigating Fears of Terrorism among the American Public
Daniel Silverman, Daniel Kent, Christopher Gelpi

What’s Fair in International Politics? Equity, Equality, and Foreign Policy Attitudes
Kathleen E. Powers, Joshua D. Kertzer, Deborah J. Brooks, Stephen G. Brooks

Quick on the Draw: American Negativity Bias and Costly Signals in International Relations
Seok Joon Kim

Atomic Ambiguity: Event Data Evidence on Nuclear Latency and International Cooperation
Eleonora Mattiacci, Rupal N. Mehta, Rachel Elizabeth Whitlark

Does Insurgent Selective Punishment Deter Collaboration? Evidence from the Drone War in Pakistan
Vincent Bauer, Michael Reese, Keven Ruby

Oil Price Shocks and Conflict Escalation: Onshore versus Offshore
Jørgen Juel Andersen, Frode Martin Nordvik, Andrea Tesei

Data Set Feature
Measuring Human Rights Abuse from Access to Information Requests
Sarah A. V. Ellington, Benjamin E. Bagozzi, Daniel Berliner, Brian Palmer-Rubin, Aaron Erlich

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