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Thomas Christensen
2011
Thomas Christensen June, 2011 With Jack Snyder; International Studies Quarterly; Vol. 55, Issue 2 Foreign Policy Politics Foreign Policy http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-2478.2011.00659.x/abstract ...
Thomas Christensen
2011
Thomas Christensen April, 2011 Washington DC: United States Institute of Peace Special Report Foreign Policy Politics Foreign Policy http://www.usip.org/publications/the-need-pursue-mutual-interests-in-us-prc-rela... ...
Robert Keohane
2011
As global governance institutions proliferate and become more powerful, their legitimacy is subject to ever sharper scrutiny. Yet what legitimacy means in this context and how it is to be ascertained are often unclear. In a previous paper in this journal, ...
Thomas Christensen
2011
In brute-force struggles for survival, such as the two World Wars, disorganization and divisions within an enemy alliance are to one's own advantage. However, most international security politics involve coercive diplomacy and negotiations short of ...
Carles Boix
2011
Carles Boix January, 2011 Political Economy of Institutions, Democracy and Voting, ed. Noman Schofield, Gonzalo Caballero Foreign Policy Politics Domestic Politics http://www.princeton.edu/~cboix/chapter%20in%20schofield-caballero.pdf ...
Helen Milner
2011
In this article we bring together opposing international relations theories to better understand U.S. foreign policy, in particular foreign trade and aid. Using votes in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1979–2004, we explore different theoretical ...
2011
January, 2011 Intergraph: Journal of Dialogic Anthropology. vol. 4, no 2. Health Foreign Policy Politics International Development http://www.intergraph-journal.net/enhanced/vol3issue2/5.html ...
2010
We examine the determinants of cooperation and the effectiveness of deterrence when fear is a motive for conflict. We contrast results obtained in a complete information setting, where coordination is easy, to those obtained in a setting with strategic ...
2010
Nonproliferation Policy Education Center This triangular Pakistan-India-China relationship, while important, is not however the only driver of strategic affairs in these three countries or of the relationships between them. Each of these countries is ...
Keren Yarhi-Milo
2010
All Academic Does reputation matter in international politics? Policymakers, academic theorists, and quantitative IR scholars believe that it does, but several historical studies have found surprisingly little evidence that leaders’ estimates of opponents ...
Christopher Chyba
2010
Christopher Chyba July, 2010 With Ross Liemer; The Washington Quarterly, Vol. 33, Issue 3 International Security Technology Foreign Policy National Security, Intelligence and Defense http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0163660X.2010.492346 ...
Aaron Friedberg
2010
While their full effects are not yet clear, the recent financial crisis, and the global economic slowdown that followed, could have a significant impact on the evolving strategic rivalry between the United States and China. Economic issues are likely to ...
Grigore Pop-Eleches
2010
Taylor & Francis Online Using cross-national governance indicators and evidence from a recent Bulgarian survey, this essay examines political reforms in Bulgaria and Romania since EU accession and, in particular, the ‘backsliding’ hypothesis—that ...
Andrew Moravcsik
2010
Brookings Institution This pessimistic prognosis of European decline is misguided. Today there are two global superpowers. One is the United Staets; the other is Europe. Europe is the only other region in the world today, besides the United States, to ...
Andrew Moravcsik
2010
Since the end of the cold war, as the world system has become more interdependent, networked, democratic, and freer of overt ideological rivalry, Europe's distinctive instruments of influence have become relatively more effective, leading to a rise ...
Zia Mian
2010
Over the past three decades, in the shadow of hostile nationalisms fuelled by radical Islamic and Hindu politics, military crises, a runaway arms race, nuclear weapons and war, an amazing set of civil society initiatives has been taking root in India and ...
Julian Zelizer
2009
In  Arsenal of Democracy, historian and public intellectual Julian Zelizer shows how internal politics have influenced American foreign policy since the Cold War. Rejecting the notion that, prior to the presidency of George W. Bush, politics “stopped at ...
Harold James
2009
Harold James examines the vulnerability and fragility of processes of globalization, both historically and in the present. This book applies lessons from past breakdowns of globalization—above all in the Great Depression—to show how financial crises ...
Andrew Moravcsik
2009
Palgrave Macmillan This article challenges the conventional view that Europe's global influence is declining. Since 1989 realists have predicted Europe's demise, as well as greater intra-European and transatlantic conflict. The reverse has ...
Daniel Kurtzer
2008
Daniel Kurtzer March, 2008 With Scott Lasensky; United States Institute of Peace Press; ISBN: 978-1601270306 Foreign Policy International Security Foreign Policy http://www.usip.org/publications/negotiating-arab-israeli-peace ...

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