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International Studies Quarterly - Volume 66, Issue 3, September 2022

International Studies Quarterly – Volume 66, Issue 3, September 2022

International Studies Quarterly - Volume 66, Issue 3, September 2022

International Studies Quarterly

Volume 66, Issue 3, September 2022

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.

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Original Articles
Wargames Resurgent: The Hyperrealities of Military Gaming from Recruitment to Rehabilitation
Aggie Hirst

How Do Economic Sanctions Affect Public Opinion and Consumer Behavior in Target States? Evidence from China’s Economic Sanctions on South Korea
Rena Sung, Jonghyuk Park

The Servant of Many Masters: The Multiple Commitments of State- Agents
Yehonatan Abramson, Gadi Heimann, Zohar Kampf

Art World Fields and Global Hegemonies
Joseph MacKay

Theorizing Public Performances for International Negotiations
Øyvind Svendsen

Political Obligations of Refugees
Andrew Gates, George Klosko

The Effect of Government Repression on Civil Society: Evidence from Cambodia
Jeremy Springman, Edmund Malesky, Lucy Right, Erik Wibbels

The Imagination and International Relations
Caitlin Sparks, Shannon Brincat, Tim Aistrope

Infrastructural Geopolitics
Marieke de Goede, Carola Westermeier

Not between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Singapore’s Hedging
Jun Yan Chang

One without the Other? Prediction and Policy in International Studies
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch

Escalation Management in Gray Zone Crises: The Proxy Factor
Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Egle Murauskaite, David Quinn, Devin Ellis, Allison Astorino-Courtois …

The Defeminizing Reversal: Globalization, Industrial Upgrading, and Female Labor Force Participation
Mary Anne Madeira

Membership Has Its Privileges: Targeted Killing Norms and the Firewall of International Society
Vincent Charles Keating

The Geography of Separatist Violence
David B Carter, Morgan L Kaplan, Kenneth A Schultz

Love is Worldmaking: Reading Rabindranath Tagore’s Gora as International Theory
Liane Hartnett

Labor Market Policy as Immigration Control: The Case of Temporary Protected Status
Benjamin Helms, David Leblang

Modeling Institutional Change and Subject-Production: The World Bank’s Turn to Stakeholder Participation
Kavi Joseph Abraham

Public Opinion on Institutional Designs for the United Nations: An International Survey Experiment
Farsan Ghassim, Mathias Koenig-Archibugi, Luis Cabrera

Patterns of Democracy over Space and Time
Vanessa Alexandra Boese, Scott Gates, Carl Henrik Knutsen, Håvard Mokleiv Nygård, Håvard Strand

Free Trade’s Organized Progressive Opposition
Iain Osgood, Hyeon-Young Ro

Vicious Cycle: Violations of Foreign Nationals’ Rights among CAT Countries
Sara Kahn-Nisser

Emotional Practices and How We Can Trace Them: Diplomats, Emojis, and Multilateral Negotiations at the UNHRC
Jérémie Cornut

Material Scarcity, Mortality, and Violent Conflict
Christopher Schwarz

The Dialectic of the International: Elaborating the Historical Materialism of the Gay Liberationists
Alexander Stoffel

Digital Multilateralism in Practice: Extending Critical Policy Ethnography to Digital Negotiation Sites
Alice B M Vadrot, Silvia C Ruiz Rodríguez

Nuclear Stigma and Deviance in Global Governance: A New Research Agenda
Aniruddha Saha

Wither Elites? The Role of Elite Credibility and Knowledge in Public Perceptions of Foreign Policy
Danielle L Lupton, Clayton Webb

Arresting the Opposition: Labor Repression and Trade Liberalization in Developing Countries
Adam Dean

Transnational Advocacy, Norm Regress, and Foreign Compliance Constituencies: The Case of the “Comfort Women” Redress Movement
Claudia Junghyun Kim

Research Notes
When Do Diplomatic Protests Boomerang? Foreign Protests against US Arms Sales and Domestic Public Support in Taiwan
Koji Kagotani, Wen-Chin Wu

Combining Computational and Archival Methods to Study International Organizations: Refugees and the International Labour Organization, 1919–2015
William L Allen, Evan Easton-Calabria

Unmasking Militants: Organizational Trends in Armed Groups, 1970–2012
Iris Malone

Not So Dangerous? Nationalism and Foreign Policy Preference
Jiyoung Ko

Do Armed Drones Counter Terrorism, Or Are They Counterproductive? Evidence from Eighteen Countries
Joshua A Schwartz, Matthew Fuhrmann, Michael C Horowitz

Response to Published Article
Mad CoW: A Reply to Gibler and Miller
Jason Lyall

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