Publications for:

  1. Abbas, Ansar, Muhammad Jahanzeb Akmal, Shakil Akhtar, and Safdar Hussain. 2021. “Human Rights Violations in Afghanistan after 9/11: A Postcolonial Critique.” Journal of Historical Studies 7(1): 243–66.
  2. Abdelaaty, Lamis. 2021. “The Relationship between Human Rights and Refugee Protection: An Empirical Analysis.” The International Journal of Human Rights: 1–20.
  3. Abdelaaty, Lamis Elmy. 2021. Discrimination and Delegation Explaining State Responses to Refugees. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  4. Aguilera, Ruth et al. 2021. “State Ownership, Political Ideology, and Firm Performance around the World.” Journal of World Business 56(1).
  5. Alnahedh, Mishari, and Nawaf Alabduljader. 2021. “Do Human Rights Violations Elicit or Impede Social Entrepreneurship?” Social Enterprise Journal.
  6. Altmann, Thomas, and Jason Giersch. 2021. “Sanctioned Terror: Economic Sanctions and More Effective Terrorism.” International Politics.
  7. Arriola, Leonardo R., David A. Dow, Aila M. Matanock, and Michaela Mattes. 2021. “Policing Institutions and Post-Conflict Peace.” Journal of Conflict Resolution.
  8. Asal, Victor, Christopher Linebarger, and J. Michael Greig. 2021. “Counter-Insurgency Strategies and Transnational Attacks by Rebel Groups.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: 1–34.
  9. Ault, Joshua K., and Andrew Spicer. 2021. “Configurational-Based Institutional Analysis: Unbundling the Multi-Dimensional State Fragility Construct.” MethodsX 8.
  10. Bagozzi, Benjamin E, Daniel Berliner, and Ryan M Welch. 2021. “The Diversity of Repression: Measuring State Repressive Repertoires with Events Data.” Journal of Peace Research.
  11. Bell, Laura N. 2021. Targets of Terror: Contemporary Assassination. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
  12. Braaten, Daniel, and Claire Nolasco Braaten. 2021. “Children Seeking Asylum: Determinants of Asylum Claims by Unaccompanied Minors in the United States from 2013 to 2017.” Law & Policy 43(2): 97–125.
  13. Brett, Kyle J., and Andrew G. Reiter. 2021. Military Courts, Civil-Military Relations, and the Legal Battle for Democracy. New York, NY: Routledge.
  14. Carey, Sabine C., and Anita R. Gohdes. 2021. “Understanding Journalist Killings.” The Journal of Politics.
  15. Davis, Andrew P. 2021. “Working for the Clampdown: State Repression and Confidence In Legal Authorities In Comparative Context.” The British Journal of Criminology.
  16. Dawson, Andrew. 2021. “The Achilles Heel of Democracy? a Macro Cross-National Assessment of the Correlates of State Legitimacy.” Social Science Research 97.
  17. Dursun-Özkanca, Oya. 2021. The Nexus Between Security Sector Governance/Reform and Sustainable Development Goal-16: An Examination of Conceptual Linkages and Policy Recommendations. London, UK: Ubiquity Press.
  18. Gordell, Kelly Marie. 2021. “An Assessment of Political Shocks:Considering the Domestic and International Consequences.” Ph.D. University of Arizona.
  19. Gründler, Klaus, and Tommy Krieger. 2021. “Using Machine Learning for Measuring Democracy: A Practitioners Guide and a New Updated Dataset for 186 Countries from 1919 to 2019.” European Journal of Political Economy.
  20. Hillesund, Solveig. 2021. “To Fight or Demonstrate? Micro Foundations of Inequality and Conflict.” Conflict Management and Peace Science.
  21. Islam, Md. Monirul, and Md. Saiful Islam. 2021. “Energy Consumption-Economic Growth Nexus within the Purview of Exogenous and Endogenous Dynamics: Evidence from Bangladesh.” OPEC Energy Review.
  22. Islam, Md. Monirul et al. 2021. “Impact of Globalization, Foreign Direct Investment, and Energy Consumption on CO2 Emissions in Bangladesh: Does Institutional Quality Matter?” Environmental Science and Pollution Research.
  23. Jaschke, Philipp, and Yuliya Kosyakova. 2021. “Does Facilitated and Early Access to the Healthcare System Improve Refugees’ Health Outcomes? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Germany.” International Migration Review.
  24. Josua, Maria, and Mirjam Edel. 2021. “The Arab Uprisings and the Return of Repression.” Mediterranean Politics: 1–26.
  25. Kim, Jeonghyeon. 2021. “The Role of International Intervention in Managing Refugee Crises: Lessons from Vietnamese and North Korean Refugee Cases in China.” The Pacific Review: 1–29.
  26. Luongo, Ben. 2021. “Critical Realism, Human Rights, and Emotion: How an Emotive Ontology Can Resolve the Tensions Between Universalism and Relativism.” Human Rights Review.
  27. Mead, Esther, Maryam Maleki, Recep Erol, and Nitin Agarwal. 2021. “Proposing a Broader Scope of Predictive Features for Modeling Refugee Counts.” In Companion Proceedings of the Web Conference 2021, ACM.
  28. Micevska, Maja. 2021. “Revisiting Forced Migration: A Machine Learning Perspective.” European Journal of Political Economy.
  29. Mitchell, Neil J. 2021. Why Delegate? New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  30. Murdie, Amanda M., and K. Ann Watson. 2021. “Quantitative Human Rights.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies.
  31. Nadeem, Muhammad, Mumtaz Anwar, and Zahid Pervaiz. 2021. “The Impact of Political Institutional Quality on Social Cohesion: Evidence from Worldwide Perspective.” Journal of Public Affairs.
  32. Pohlmann, Christian. 2021. Unauthorised Humanitarian Interventions in World Politics Short of Great Power Politics, Short of Impact: The UHIs in the Cold War. Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.
  33. Roessler, Martin, Patrick Zwerschke, and Jonathan Old. 2021. “Democracy and the Transnational Dimensions of Low-Level Conflict and State Repression.” International Studies Quarterly.
  34. Ruijgrok, Kris. 2021. Internet Use and Protest in Malaysia and Other Authoritarian Regimes: Challenging Information Scarcity. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
  35. Samadi, Hussein, and Masoumeh Alipourian. 2021. “Measuring Institutional Quality: A Review.” In Dynamics of Institutional Change in Emerging Market Economies, eds. Nezameddin Faghih and Ali Hussein Samadi. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 143–75.
  36. Sarpong, Sarah P., and Marianne Opaas. 2021. “Forced Migration and the Quest for Normality: Post-Migratory Experiences of Traumatized Iraqi Refugees in Norway.” Journal of Refugee Studies.
  37. Schon, Justin, and Jeffrey C. Johnson. 2021. “How Inter-State Amity and Animosity Complement Migration Networks to Drive Refugee Flows: A Multi-Layer Network Analysis, 1991–2016” ed. Jordi Paniagua. PLOS ONE 16(1).
  38. Schon, Justin, and David Leblang. 2021. “Why Physical Barriers Backfire: How Immigration Enforcement Deters Return and Increases Asylum Applications.” Comparative Political Studies.
  39. Shadmehr, Mehdi, and Raphael Boleslavsky. 2021. “International Pressure, State Repression and the Spread of Protest.” The Journal of Politics.
  40. Stein, Jana et al. 2021. “Posttraumatic Stress in Adult Civilians Exposed to Violent Conflict, War and Associated Human Rights Abuses in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.” Journal of Affective Disorders.
  41. Teorell, Jan et al. 2021. The QOG Standard Dataset 2021. Gothenburg, Sweden: University of Gothenburg: The Quality of Government Institute.
  42. Weyrauch, David Benjamin, and Christoph Valentin Steinert. 2021. “Instrumental or Intrinsic? Human Rights Alignment in Intergovernmental Organizations.” The Review of International Organizations.
  43. Yun, Sandra, Sawssan R. Ahmed, Alexander O. Hauson, and Wael K. Al-Delaimy. 2021. “The Relationship Between Acculturative Stress and Postmigration Mental Health in Iraqi Refugee Women Resettled in San Diego, California.” Community Mental Health Journal 57(6): 1111–20.
  44. Zafirovski, Milan. 2021. Capitalist Dictatorship: A Study of Its Social Systems, Dimensions, Forms and Indicators. Boston, MA: Brill.
  45. Zakirova, Komila, and Bilol Buzurukov. 2021. “The Road Back Home Is Never Long: Refugee Return Migration.” Journal of Refugee Studies.
  46. La Spada, Eleonora Miriam. 2021. “Costly Concessions: The Effect of Fragmentation OfSelf-Determination Movements on State Repression.” Ph.D. University of Dublin, Trinity College.
  1. Abdelaaty, Lamis. 2020. “Rivalry, Ethnicity, and Asylum Admissions Worldwide.” International Interactions 47(2): 346–73.
  2. Ahdanisa, Dissa Syakina, and Steven B. Rothman. 2020. “Revisiting International Human Rights Treaties: Comparing Asian and Western Efforts to Improve Human Rights.” SN Social Sciences 1(1).
  3. Amin, Azka, Sofia Anwar, and Xi-Hua Liu. 2020. “Outward Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Romania: Evidence from Non-Linear ARDL Approach.” International Journal of Finance & Economics.
  4. Avdan, Nazli, Naji Bsisu, and Amanda Murdie. 2020. “Abuse by Association: Migration from Terror-Prone Countries and Human Rights Abuses.” International Interactions 47(2): 237–65.
  5. Beckley, Michael. 2020. “China’s Economy Is Not Overtaking America’s.” Journal of Applied Corporate Finance 32(2): 10–23.
  6. Belgioioso, Margherita, Jessica Di Salvatore, and Jonathan Pinckney. 2020. “Tangled up in Blue: The Effect of UN Peacekeeping on Nonviolent Protests in Post-Civil War Countries.” International Studies Quarterly 65(1): 1–15.
  7. Blackmore, Rebecca et al. 2020. “The Prevalence of Mental Illness in Refugees and Asylum Seekers: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis” ed. Paul Spiegel. PLOS Medicine 17(9): e1003337.
  8. Brown, Joseph M. 2020. “Correlates of Warning: Territory, Democracy, and Casualty Aversion in Terrorist Tactics.” International Organization 74(2): 396–415.
  9. Carey, Sabine C., and Belén González. 2020. “The Legacy of War: The Effect of Militias on Postwar Repression.” Conflict Management and Peace Science 38(3): 247–69.
  10. Chae, Seung Hoon. 2020. “Are Stronger States More Humane? A Re-Evaluation of ‘Exemplary Villains.’” Journal of Peace Research.
  11. Clay, K. Chad et al. 2020. “Using Practitioner Surveys to Measure Human Rights: The Human Rights Measurement Initiative’s Civil and Political Rights Metrics.” Journal of Peace Research 57(6): 715–27.
  12. D’Orazio, Vito. 2020. “Conflict Forecasting and Prediction.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies.
  13. Dawkins, Sophia. 2020. “The Problem of the Missing Dead.” Journal of Peace Research.
  14. DeMattee, Anthony J. 2020. “Regulating Freedom: Policies That Help and Hinder Civil Society.” Ph.D. Indiana University.
  15. DiBlasi, Lora. 2020. “From Shame to New Name: How Naming and Shaming Creates Pro-Government Militias.” International Studies Quarterly 64(4): 906–18.
  16. ———. 2020. “The Leader’s Toolkit: How Leaders Choose Their Tools of Repression.” Ph.D. Michigan State University.
  17. Edwards, Pearce. 2020. “Why No Justice for Past Repression? Militaries and Human Rights Organizations in Post-Authoritarian States.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 65(4): 759–87.
  18. Efrat, Asif, and Abraham L Newman. 2020. “Defending Core Values: Human Rights and the Extradition of Fugitives.” Journal of Peace Research 57(4): 581–96.
  19. Eybergen, Cory, and Martin A. Andresen. 2020. “Refugees of Conflict, Casualties of Conjecture: The Trojan Horse Theory of Terrorism and Its Implications for Asylum.” Terrorism and Political Violence: 1–18.
  20. Findley, Michael G., and Joseph K. Young. 2020. “The Weakest Link? Scholarship and Policy on Intrastate Conflict.” In Bridging the Theory-Practice Divide in International Relations, eds. Daniel Maliniak, Michael J. Tierney, Ryan Powers, and Susan Peterson. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 181–98.
  21. Francisco, José Kaire De. 2020. “Dictatorships and the Globalization of Repression.” Ph.D. University of Minnesota.
  22. Green, Amelia Hoover, and Dara Kay Cohen. 2020. “Centering Human Subjects: The Ethics of ‘Desk Research’ on Political Violence.” Journal of Global Security Studies 6(2).
  23. Guichard, Lucas. 2020. “Self-Selection of Asylum Seekers: Evidence from Germany.” Demography 57(3): 1089–1116.
  24. ———. 2020. “Three Essays on the Economics of Migration.” Ph.D. Université Clermont Auvergne.
  25. Haglund, Jillienne. 2020. Regional Courts, Domestic Politics, and the Struggle for Human Rights. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.
  26. Haglund, Jillienne, and Ryan M Welch. 2020. “From Litigation to Rights: The Case of the European Court of Human Rights.” International Studies Quarterly 65(1): 210–22.
  27. Halkia, Matina et al. 2020. “The Global Conflict Risk Index: A Quantitative Tool for Policy Support on Conflict Prevention.” Progress in Disaster Science 6.
  28. Harmon, Rachel, Daniel Arnon, and Baekkwan Park. 2020. “TIP for Tat: Political Bias in Human Trafficking Reporting.” British Journal of Political Science: 1–11.
  29. Heffington, Colton. 2020. “External Threat and Human Rights: How International Conflict Leads to Domestic Repression.” Journal of Human Rights 20(1): 2–19.
  30. Henne, Peter S., Nilay Saiya, and Ashlyn W. Hand. 2020. “Weapon of the Strong? Government Support for Religion and Majoritarian Terrorism.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 64(10): 1943–67.
  31. Holzer, Joshua. 2020. “The Effect of Two-Round Presidential Elections on Human Rights” ed. Shang E. Ha. PLOS ONE 15(12).
  32. ———. 2020. “The Effect of Copartisan Justice Ministers on Human Rights in Presidential Democracies” ed. Bernhard Reinsberg. PLOS ONE 15(9).
  33. Hougua, Ben Ahmed. 2020. “Intermittent Breaks of Public Order in the Moroccan Political Context.” Contemporary Arab Affairs 13(2): 27–53.
  34. Jacob, Cecilia, and Martin Mennecke. 2020. Implementing the Responsibility to Protect: A Future Agenda. New York, NY: Routledge.
  35. Janz, Nicole, James Allen-Robertson, Rajeshwari Majumdar, and Shareen Hertel. 2020. “Big Data on BHR: Innovative Approaches to Analysing the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Database.” Business and Human Rights Journal 6(1): 120–26.
  36. Joly, Marie-Pier, and Blair Wheaton. 2020. “Human Rights in Countries of Origin and the Mental Health of Migrants to Canada.” SSM - Population Health 11.
  37. Joshi, Madhav. 2020. “An Institutional Explanation of Troop Contributions in UN Peacekeeping Missions.” International Peacekeeping 27(5): 785–809.
  38. Jung, Danielle F., and Dara Kay Cohen. 2020. Lynching and Local Justice. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.
  39. Karstedt, Susanne. 2020. “Inequality and Punishment: Insights from Latin America.” In Justice Alternatives, eds. Pat Carlen and Leandro Ayres França. New York, NY: Routledge.
  40. Kateřina Fridrichová, Adriana Ilavská. 2020. “Discovering Escalation Prone Countries Through Structural Conditions and QCA.” Defense & Strategy 20(2): 5–22.
  41. Khaemba, Steve Wakhu. 2020. “Terrorism and Conditions for Human Rights in Counter-Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Ph.D. University of Erfurt.
  42. Krause, Krystin. 2020. “Authoritarianism, Social Dominance, and Contesting Human Rights in Latin America.” Latin American Research Review 55(2): 254–65.
  43. Kreps, Sarah, and Jessica Weeks. 2020. “Lost in Translation: Academics, Policymakers, and Research about Interstate Conflict.” In Bridging the Theory-Practice Divide in International Relations, eds. Daniel Maliniak, Michael J. Tierney, Ryan Powers, and Susan Peterson. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 155–74.
  44. Kubicek, Paul, and Christina Walker. 2020. “Do Truth and Reconciliation Committees Improve Human Rights? Evidence From Africa.” The Journal of the Middle East and Africa 11(3): 295–310.
  45. Landman, Todd. 2020. “Measuring Modern Slavery: Law, Human Rights, and New Forms of Data.” Human Rights Quarterly 42(2): 303–31.
  46. Lebanidze, Bidzina. 2020. Russia, EU and the Post-Soviet Democratic Failure. Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer VS.
  47. Linebarger, Christopher. 2020. “Preventive Medicine: Domestic Repression and Foreign Revolutionary States.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 14(1): 3–24.
  48. Linebarger, Christopher, and Alex Braithwaite. 2020. “Do Walls Work? The Effectiveness of Border Barriers in Containing the Cross-Border Spread of Violent Militancy.” International Studies Quarterly 64(3): 487–98.
  49. Liou, Ryan Yu-Lin, Amanda Murdie, and Dursun Peksen. 2020. “Revisiting the Causal Links between Economic Sanctions and Human Rights Violations.” Political Research Quarterly.
  50. Lipps, Jana. 2020. “Intertwined Parliamentary Arenas: Why Parliamentarians Attend International Parliamentary Institutions.” European Journal of International Relations 27(2): 501–20.
  51. Matsui, Nozomi, and James Raymer. 2020. “The Push and Pull Factors Contributing Towards Asylum Migration from Developing Countries to Developed Countries Since 2000.” International Migration 58(6): 210–31.
  52. Morgenbesser, Lee. 2020. The Rise of Sophisticated Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.
  53. Morris, Nancy A., Gary LaFree, and Eray Karlidag. 2020. “Counter-Terrorism Policies in the Middle East: Why Democracy Has Failed to Reduce Terrorism in the Middle East and Why Protecting Human Rights Might Be More Successful.” Criminology & Public Policy 20(1): 153–75.
  54. Murdie, Amanda. 2020. “Rights and Wrongs: Human Rights at the Intersection of the International Relations Academy and Practice.” In Bridging the Theory-Practice Divide in International Relations, eds. Daniel Maliniak, Michael J. Tierney, Ryan Powers, and Susan Peterson. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 27–44.
  55. Novikov, Andrey Vadimovich, Andrey Petrovich Koshkin, and Ruslan Agarunovich Abramov. 2020. “Terrorist Risk Assessment in the Regions of the Russian Federation.” Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research 13(1): 33–49.
  56. Nutsch, Niklas, and Kayvan Bozorgmehr. 2020. “The Effect of Postmigration Stressors on the Prevalence of Depressive Symptoms among Refugees in Germany. Analysis of the IAB-BAMF-SOEP Survey 2016.” Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 63(12): 1470–82.
  57. Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv. 2020. “Timing Matters: The Impact of Regularity of Election Cycles on Autocratic Stability.” Electoral Studies 66: 102167.
  58. Ozdowski, Sev. 2020. “Human Rights as an Instrument of Social Cohesion in South Asia.” In Human Rights Education Globally, Springer Netherlands, 173–200.
  59. Oztig, Lacin I., Turkan A. Gurkan, and Oykum E. Yigit. 2020. “Borders and Guns: Does Violent Repression Impact Border Violence?” Territory, Politics, Governance: 1–24.
  60. Park, Jiyoun, and Hyun Jin Choi. 2020. “Are Smart Sanctions Smart Enough? an Inquiry into When Leaders Oppress Civilians under UN Targeted Sanctions.” International Political Science Review: 019251212093195.
  61. Pfaff, Katharina. 2020. “Assessing the Risk of Pre-Existing Grievances in Non-Democracies: The Conditional Effect of Natural Disasters on Repression.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 42: 101337.
  62. Plümper, Thomas, and Eric Neumayer. 2020. “Human Rights Violations and the Gender Gap in Asylum Recognition Rates.” Journal of European Public Policy: 1–20.
  63. Placek, Matthew. 2020. “Learning Democracy Digitally? the Internet and Knowledge of Democracy in Nondemocracies.” Democratization 27(8): 1413–35.
  64. Richa, Sami et al. 2020. “Trauma Exposure and PTSD Prevalence among Yazidi, Christian and Muslim Asylum Seekers and Refugees Displaced to Iraqi Kurdistan” ed. James Curtis West. PLOS ONE 15(6).
  65. Roberts, Elise M. 2020. “Security After War: A Theory of Security Assistance and Governance in Post-Conflict States.” Ph.D. Syracuse University.
  66. Ruijgrok, Kris. 2020. “Illusion of Control: How Internet Use Generates Anti-Regime Sentiment in Authoritarian Regimes.” Contemporary Politics 27(3): 247–70.
  67. Salvador Santino Fulo Regilme, Jr. 2020. “Human Rights and HumanitarianInterventions in the International Arena.” In The SAGE Handbook of Political Science, eds. Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Bertrand Badie, and Leonardo Morlino. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1462–79.
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  82. Zinner, Susan E. 2020. “Aspirational Justice: Achieving Equity for Children Using the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the International Criminal Court’s Policy on Children.” In Biolaw and International Criminal Law, Brill, 243–67.
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  1. Aarhus, Jarand H., and Tor G. Jakobsen. 2019. “Rewards of Reforms: Can Economic Freedom and Reforms in Developing Countries Reduce the Brain Drain?” International Area Studies Review.
  2. Abramski, Katherine, Natallia Katenka, and Marc Hutchison. 2019. “A Network-Based Analysis of International Refugee Migration Patterns Using GERGMs.” In Complex Networks and Their Applications VIII, Springer International Publishing, 387–400.
  3. Adeto, Yonas Adaye. 2019. “Peacebuilding through Peace Education in the Horn of Africa: A Transformative Cosmopolitan Perspective.” In Peacebuilding in Contemporary Africa: In Search of Alternative Strategies, ed. Kenneth Omeje. New York, NY: Routledge.
  4. Anaya-Muñoz, Alejandro. 2019. “Bringing Willingness Back in: State Capacities and the Human Rights Compliance Deficit in Mexico.” Human Rights Quarterly 41(2): 441–64.
  5. Ardielli, Eva. 2019. “Use of TOPSIS Method for Assessing of Good Governance in European Union Countries.” Review of Economic Perspectives 19(3): 211–31.
  6. Bünte, Marco. 2019. “Southeast Asia’s Human Rights Crisis: When Illiberal States Meet Weak National Human Rights Commissions.” Hiroshima Peace Research Journal 6: 21–43.
  7. Bartilow, Horace A. 2019. Drug War Pathologies: Embedded Corporatism and U.S. Drug Enforcement in the Americas. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
  8. Beaumont, Paul, and Pål Røren. 2019. “Brazil’s Status Struggles: Why Nice Guys Finish Last.” In Status and the Rise of Brazil, eds. Paulo Esteves, Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert, and Benjamin de Carvalho. Springer International Publishing, 31–48.
  9. Beger, Andreas, and Daniel Hill. 2019. “Examining Repressive and Oppressive State Violence Using the Ill-Treatment and Torture Data.” Conflict Management and Peace Science 36(6): 626–44.
  10. Beiser-McGrath, Janina. 2019. “Targeting the Motivated? Ethnicity and the Pre-Emptive Use of Government Repression.” Swiss Political Science Review 25(3): 203–25.
  11. Bolle, Michael. 2019. “Resilience of the EU and Leverage of the European Neighbourhood Policy: Good News and Bad News.” In Resilience and the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood Countries, eds. Gilles Rouet and Gabriela Carmen Pascariu. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 193–217.
  12. Boutton, Andrew, and Vito D’Orazio. 2019. “Buying Blue Helmets: The Role of Foreign Aid in the Construction of UN Peacekeeping Missions.” Journal of Peace Research 57(2): 312–28.
  13. Bromley, Patricia, Evan Schofer, and Wesley Longhofer. 2019. “Contentions over World Culture: The Rise of Legal Restrictions on Foreign Funding to NGOs, 1994–2015.” Social Forces 99(1): 281–304.
  14. Challe, Edouard, Jose Ignacio Lopez, and Eric Mengus. 2019. “Institutional Quality and Capital Inflows: Theory and Evidence.” Journal of International Money and Finance 96: 168–91.
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  16. Chu, Tiffany. 2019. “The Influence of Host and Origin Country Dynamics on Refugee Journeys.” PhD. University of Arizona.
  17. Chu, Tiffany S. 2019. “Hosting Your Enemy: Accepting Refugees from a Rival State and Respect for Human Rights.” Journal of Global Security Studies 5(1): 4–24.
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  19. Cingranelli, David L., and Carl Kalmick. 2019. “Is Religion the Enemy of Human Rights?” Human Rights Quarterly 41(3): 725–52.
  20. Conte, Alessandra, and Silvia Migali. 2019. “The Role of Conflict and Organized Violence in International Forced Migration.” Demographic Research 41: 393–424.
  21. Cope, Kevin L., Charles Crabtree, and Fariss Christopher J. 2019. “Patterns of Disagreement in Indicators of State Repression.” Political Science Research and Methods.
  22. Cope, Kevin L., Cosette D. Creamer, and Mila Versteeg. 2019. “Empirical Studies of Human Rights Law.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 15(1): 155–82.
  23. ———. 2019. “Empirical Studies of Human Rights Law.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 15(1): 155–82.
  24. Coty, Martin J. 2019. “State Capacity and Terrorism in the Developing World.” PhD. West Virginia University.
  25. Cunningham, David, Geoff Ward, and Peter B. Owens. 2019. “Configuring Political Repression: Anti-Civil Rights Enforcement in Mississippi.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 24(3): 319–43.
  26. Dahlberg, Stefan et al. 2019. The Qog Standard Dataset 2019. Gothenburg, Sweden: University of Gothenburg: The Quality of Government Institute.
  27. Davis, Brigit. 2019. “Violent Extremist Organizations: Past Trends and Short-Term Forecast.” Journal of Strategic Security 12(3): 37–156.
  28. Doǧan, Nezahat. 2019. “Determinants of Global Peace and Gender Equality as an Invisible Hand: A Cross Country Analysis.” Kadin/Woman 2000: Journal for Women’s Studies 20(2): 13–28.
  29. Erickson, Jennifer L. 2019. “Punishing the Violators? Arms Embargoes and Economic Sanctions As Tools of Norm Enforcement.” Review of International Studies 46(1): 96–120.
  30. Fariss, Christopher J. 2019. “Yes, Human Rights Practices Are Improving Over Time.” American Political Science Review 113(3): 868–81.
  31. Faulkner, Christopher Michael. 2019. “The Causes, Dynamics and Implications of Child Soldiering.” Ph.D. University of Central Florida.
  32. Franklin, James. 2019. “Protest Waves and Authoritarian Regimes: Repression and Protest Outcomes.” In Social Movements, Nonviolent Resistance, and the State, ed. Hank Johnston. New York, NY: Routledge.
  33. Franklin, James C. 2019. “Human Rights on the March: Repression, Oppression, and Protest in Latin America.” International Studies Quarterly.
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