2018 – 2019
Bacchus, James. 2018. The Willing World: Shaping and Sharing a Sustainable Global Prosperity. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Tezcür, Gunes M. (Ed.). 2019. A Century of Kurdish Politics: Citizenship, Statehood and Diplomacy. Routledge (reprint of special issue of Ethnopolitics 18(1), 2019).
Ash, Konstantin. Forthcoming. “Perceived Linkages to Politicians and Group Deprivation Sentiment.” Politics, Groups and Identities.
Bacchus, James. 2018. “The Content of a WTO Climate Waiver.” CIGI Papers No. 204. Waterloo, Canada: Centre for International Governance Innovation, December.
Bacchus, James. 2018. “Might Unmakes Right: The American Assault on the Rule of Law in World Trade.” CIGI Papers No. 173. Waterloo, Ontario: Centre for International Governance Innovation, May.
Friesen, S, Martone, R. Rubdige,E., Baggio, Jacopo A., Ban, N. 2019.”An approach to incorporating inferred connectivity of adult movement into marine protected area design with limited data.” Ecological Applications 0(00):e01890. 10.1002/eap.1890.
Fagua, J.C, Baggio, Jacopo A. Ramsey, R.D. 2019. “Drivers of forest cover changes in the Choco-Darien Global Ecoregion of South America.” Ecosphere 10(3): e02648.
Baggio, Jacopo A., Freeman, J., Coyle, T., Nguyen, T., Elpers, K.E., Hancock, D., Nabity, S., Dengha, F., Pillow, D. 2019. “The Importance of Cognitive Diversity for Sustaining the Commons.” Nature Communication 10(1): 875
Coyle, T., Elpers, K.E., Gonzalez, M.C., Freeman, J., Baggio Jacopo A. 2018. “General Intelligence (g), ACT Scores and Theory of Mind: (ACT)g Predicts Limited Variance among Theory of Mind Tests.” Intelligence 7: 85–91.
Baggio, Jacopo A., Hillis, V. 2018. “Managing ecological disturbances: learning and the structure of social-ecological networks.” Environmental Modelling and Software 109:32-40.
Freeman, J., Baggio, Jacopo A., Robinson, E., Byers, D.A., Gayo, E., Finley, J.B., Meyer, J.A., Kelly, R.L., Anderies, J.M. 2018. “Synchronization of energy consumption by human societies throughout the Obergefell and the Dignitary Harm of Military Service Exclusion” by the UCLA Women’s Law Journal Holocene.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115(40): 9962-9967
Boutton, Andrew. Forthcoming 2019. “U.S. military assistance, regime vulnerability, and the escalation of political violence” British Journal of Political Science.
Boutton, Andrew, and Henry Pascoe. 2018. “Do Foreign Aid Projects Attract Transnational Terrorism?” Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy 24(4).
Glazier, Rebecca, Kerstin Hamann, Philip H. Pollock, and Bruce M. Wilson. Forthcoming. “Age, Gender, and Student Success: Mixing Face-to-Face and Online Courses in Political Science.” Journal of Political Science Education.
Handberg, Roger. Forthcoming. “Standing up the Space Force, Knowns and Unknowns.” Comparative Strategy.
Jacques, Peter J. and Rafaella Lobo. 2018. “The Shifting Context of Sustainability: Growth and the World Ocean.” Global Environmental Politics 18(4): 85-106.
Lanier, Drew Noble, and Brett Michael Jones. 2018. “Public Opinion and the President’s Use of Executive Orders: The Long-Run Impact of Unilateral Powers, 1953-2012.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 48:845-59.
Mousseau, Michael. Forthcoming 2019. “A New Liberal Theory of Global Politics: The Domestic Origins of Balancing, the Market Hegemony, and the Emerging Peace of Nations.” International Security.
Christopher Faulkner, Jonathan Powell and Trace Lasley. Forthcoming. “Creed versus Deed: Illicit Financing, Rebel Goals, and the Use of Child Soldiers.” Third World Quarterly.
Christopher, Faulkner, Joshua Lambert, and Jonathan Powell. Forthcoming. “Reassessing Private Military and Security Company (PMSC) ‘Competition’ in Civil War: Lessons from Sierra Leone.” Small Wars & Insurgencies.
Powell, Jonathan, and Mwita Chacha. 2019. “Closing the Book on Africa’s First Generation Coups.” African Studies Quarterly 18(2): 87-94.
Powell, Jonathan. 2019. “Leader Survival Strategies and the Onset of Civil Conflict: The Paradox of Coup-Proofing.” Armed Forces & Society 45(1):27-44.
Tezcür, Gunes M. 2019. “A Century of the Kurdish Question: Organizational Rivalries, Diplomacy, and Cross-Ethnic Coalitions.” Ethnopolitics 18: 1-12.
Tezcür, Gunes M. and Peyman Asadzade. 2019. “Ethnic Nationalism vs. Religious Loyalty: The Case of the Kurds in Iran.” Nations and Nationalism 25(2): 652-72.
Tezcür, Gunes M. and Clayton Besaw. Forthcoming. “Jihadist Waves: Syria, the Islamic State, and the Changing Nature of Foreign Fighters.” Conflict Management and Peace Science.
Turcu, Anca and Robert Urbatsch. Forthcoming 2019. “European Ruling Parties’ Electoral Strategies and Diaspora Enfranchisement Policies.” European Journal of Political Research.
Wilson, Bruce M. and Camila Gianella. 2019. “Overcoming the Limits of Legal Opportunity Structures: LGBT Rights’ Divergent Paths in Costa Rica and Colombia.” Latin American Politics and Society 61(2): 138-163.
Charles Stewart and Terri Susan Fine. 2018. “Election Administration in 2016: A Tale of Two Cities,” in Conventional Wisdom, Parties, and Broken Barriers in the 2016 Election, eds. Jennifer Lucas, Christopher Galdieri and Tauna Sisco. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Jewett, Aubrey. 2019. “The Importance of Florida in Presidential Elections.” In Florida and the 2016 Election of Donald J. Trump, eds. Matthew Corrigan and Michael Binder. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida.
Edwards, Barry and Philip H. Pollock III. 2019. An SPSS Companion to Political Analysis. Sixth Edition. CQ Press, Sage Publications.
Edwards, Barry and Philip H. Pollock III. 2019. The Essentials of Political Analysis. Sixth Edition. CQ Press, Sage Publications.
Leslie Goldstein, Judith A. Baer, Courtenay Daum, and Terri Susan Fine. 2019. The Constitutional and Legal Rights of Women, 4th ed. St. Paul, MN: West Educational Publishing.
Boutton, Andrew. 2018. “The Dangers of U.S. Security Assistance to Weak States.” Texas National Security Review Policy Roundtable. (https://tnsr.org/roundtable/policy-roundtable-the-pros-and-cons-of-security-assistance/)
Edwards, Barry, 2019. “Why Appeals Courts Rarely Reverse Lower Courts: An Experimental Study to Explore Affirmation Bias.” Emory Law Journal Online.
Edwards, Barry, Ramon Hinojosa and Komysha Hassan. 2019 Forthcoming. “How to Transform the Judicial System: Lessons from the Institutionalization of Veterans’ Treatment Courts.” NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy.
Merriam, Eric. 2019 forthcoming. “Obergefell and the Dignitary Harm of Military Service Exclusion.” 27 UCLA Women’s Law Journal.
Powell, Jonathan. Forthcoming. “Of Strong Men and Straw Men: Appraising Post-Coup Political Developments.” Military Review.
Ash, Konstantin. 2018. “Russia put World Cup stadiums in some surprising places. This is why.” Washington Post: Monkey Cage Blog. June 23.
Ash, Konstantin and Miroslav Shapovalov. 2019. “How Ukraine’s new president broke down a historic divide.” Washington Post: Monkey Cage Blog. May 1.
Bacchus, James. 2018. “Was Buenos Aires the Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning? The Future of the World Trade Organization.” Policy Analysis Number 841. Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute, May 8.
Bacchus, James. 2018. “Disciplining China’s Practices at the WTO: How WTO Complaints Can Help Make China More Market Oriented.” Policy Analysis Number 856. Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute, November 15.
Edwards, Barry. 2019. Instructor’s Solution Manual to Chapter Exercises in An SPSS Companion to Political Analysis, 6th Edition. An imprint in Sage Publications.
Edwards, Barry. 2019. Instructor’s Solution Manual to Chapter Exercises in Essentials of Political Analysis, 6th Edition.
Handberg, Roger. 2019. “There is no Space Race.” Space Review, January 21. www.thespacereview.com/article/3645/1.
Handberg, Roger. 2019. “Seeking the Future: the Fragility of the Patron.” The Space Review, February 18. http://www.thespacereview.com/article/3659/1.
Handberg, Roger. 2019. “Déjà vu as Space Policy,” The Space Review, April 1. http://www.thespacereview.com/article/3685/1.
Jewett, Aubrey. 2018. “Another Viewpoint: Contested Election Prompts Four Ideas for Reform.” Lakeland Ledger, November 15, https://www.theledger.com/opinion/20181115/another-viewpoint-contested-election-prompts-4-ideas-for-reform.
Mousseau, Michael and Xiongwei Cao. 2018. “How the Contractualist Peace Overtook the Democratic Peace.” In William R. Thompson (ed), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory. Oxford University Press, New York, NY.
Powell, Jonathan and Clayton Besaw. 2019. “Understanding Coup Risk in Guinea-Bissau.” Political Violence @ a Glance. March 25.
Powell, Jonathan and Mwita Chacha. 2019. “Did the Zimbabwe Coup Encourage Gabon’s Plotters?” Political Violence @ a Glance. January 24. Reposted in This Week in Africa.
Powell, Jonathan and Clayton Besaw. 2019. “The coup in Gabon surprised everyone. Why forecasts, and the plot, failed.” The Conversation. January 15. Reposted in All Africa, WorldNews (WN) Network.
Powell, Jonathan and Mwita Chacha. 2018. “It’s been one year since Zimbabwe toppled Mugabe. Why isn’t it a democracy yet?” With Mwita Chacha. Washington Post (Monkey Cage). November 17. Reposted in The Zimbabwean, New Zimbabwe, The Observer (Zimbabwe).
Powell, Jonathan and Clayton Besaw. 2018. “Elections and Coup Risk in Zimbabwe One Year after the Coup d’état.” Political Violence @ a Glance. November 7.
Caselleas, Jason and Kenicia Wright. 2018. “Political Representation, Coalitions, and Gender.” Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. New York: Oxford University Press.