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Koren, Ore, Bagozzi, Benjamin E., and Benson, Thomas S. 2021. “Food and Water Insecurity as Causes of Social Unrest: Evidence from Geolocated Twitter Data.” Journal of Peace Research 58(1): 67-82.
Ellington, Sarah A. V. 2021. “Moribund: exploring the relationship between foreign direct investment and indigenous language erosion in Latin America.” Review of International Political Economy, DOI: 10.1080/09692290.2021.1948891.
Ji Young Kim, Li, Wenxin, Seunghee Lee. 2021. “Making sense of Japan’s export restrictions against South Korea: Domestic symbolism, empowered premiership, and anti-Korean sentiments.” Asian Survey, 61(4). (Forthcoming in July/August).
Jenks, Andrew B., and Kelsey M. Obringer. "The poverty of plastics bans: Environmentalism’s win is a loss for disabled people." Critical Social Policy 40.1 (2020): 151-161.
Backer, Larry Catá and Sapio, Flora and Korman, James. 2020. “Popular Participation in the Constitution of the Illiberal State. An Empirical Study of Popular Engagement and Constitutional Reform in Cuba and the Contours of Cuban Socialist Democracy 2.0.” Emory International Law Review, Vol. 34 (1).
Lemke, T., Habegger, M. W. 2020. “Diplomat or Troll? The Case Against Digital Diplomacy.” In Digital Diplomacy and International Organisations: Autonomy, Legitimacy and Contestation, edited by Corneliu Bjola and Ruben Zaiotti. Routledge.
Li, Wenxin & Ji Young Kim. (2020). “Not a blood alliance anymore: China’s evolving policy toward UN sanctions on North Korea.” Contemporary Security Policy, 41(4), 610-631.
Jiang, X., Soylemez-Karakoc, B., & Hussain, M. 2020. “A new generation of ‘incorporated wife’? Making sense of international students’ spouses in the US.” Gender, Place & Culture, 1–22.
Xinhui Jiang, Busra Soylemez-Karakoc & Maryam Hussain (2020) A new generation of ‘incorporated wife’? making sense of international students’ spouses in the US, Gender, Place & Culture, DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2020.1760216
Zaman, Fahmida. 2020. “Protests, Legitimacy, and Hybrid Regime: Shahbag Movement & Road Safety Movement in Bangladesh.” Journal of Governance, Security, and Development, 1(2): 24-35.
Jenks, A.B. (2019). “Crip Theory and The Disabled
Identity: Why Disability Politics Needs Impairment.”
Society (published online January 12, 2019) DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2018.1545116
B., Hussain, M. (2018). Diversity Beyond Students: Families of International
Students as Part of the Campus Community. Diversity Discourse:
Research Briefs from the Center for the Study of Diversity; Vol.1, No.6.
Jenks, A. B. (2018). "Crip Theory and The Disabled
Identity: Why Disability Politics Needs Impairment." Disability &
Society (Accepted for Publication)
Jenks, A. (2018). A Lack of Access: SSA Programs &
Experiences of Blind and Visually Impaired People.
Tobias Lemke and Mike Habegger: “A master institution of world society? Digital communications networks and the changing dynamics of transnational contention.” International Relations.
Faith Okpotor: Forthcoming "The Political Economy of U.S. Security Assistance to Africa: A Research Agenda." African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review.
Alejandro Christian D. Soler: "Going
urban: marking cities, city networks and global commodity chains in the
capitalist world-system." International Journal of Political Science
and Development 3(2): 108-118.
Faith Okpotor:"Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy: A Normative Assessment of Humanitarian (Non)Intervention in Africa" in United States' Foreign Policy in Africa in the 21st Century: Issues and Perspectives. Adebayo Oyebade (Ed.). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 151-167
Boraden Nhem: "The Khmer Rouge:
Militarism, Ideology, and the Revolution that Consumed a Generation" Santa
Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2013.
Bauer, Gretchen and Faith Okpotor: "'Her Excellency': An Exploratory Overview of Women in African Cabinets." Africa Today, Vol. 60, No. 1, pp. 77-97
Benjamin Banta: "Discourse as a Causal Mechanism: Discourse, Critical Realism and the Need for Critical Discourse Analysis in International Relations." European Journal of International Relations. (2011).
Nicholas Galasso: "Honor and the Performance of Roman State Identity." Foreign Policy Analysis, Fall 2011.
Boraden Nhem:"A Continuation of Politics by Other Means: The "Politics" of a Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia (1992-1993)." PKSOI Paper (PeaceKeeping and Stability Operations Institute). Strategic Studies Institute, US Army War College, Carlisle, PA.
Benjamin Banta: "Just War Theory and the 2003 Iraq War Forced Displacement." Journal of Refugee Studies. 21 (3): 261-284 (2010).
"'Virtuous War' and the Emergence of Just Post Bellum." Review of International Studies: (2010).
Jared Larson:"O excepcionalismo americano na era de Obama." Tempo exterior: Revista de análise e estudios internacionais/ no.18, IGADI, Baiona, Galicia (Spain), January - June 2009, pp. 7-23. (Submitted in English as "American Exceptionalism in the Age of Obama," translated into Galician by IGADI.)
"Bush, o electorado estadounidense e o engano relixioso." Tempo exterior: Revista de análise e estudios internacionais/ no.12, IGADI, Baiona, Galicia (Spain), January - June 2006, pp. 101-113. (Submitted in Spanish as "Bush, el electorado estadounidense y el engaño religioso," translated into Galician by IGADI.)
Joshua Martineau:"Red Flags: A Model for the Early Warning of Refugee Outflows." Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 8(2): 135-157 (2010).
Kelly McHugh:"Bush, Blair, and the War in Iraq: Alliance Politics and the Limits of Influence," Political Science Quarterly 125 (3): 465-491 (Fall 2010).
Juris Pupcenoks:"Passionate and Active: Understanding Detroit Muslim Activism on Foreign Policy Issues," in Nabeel Abraham, Sally Howell, and Andrew Shryock, eds., Target of Opportunity: Arab Detroit in the Terror Decade. Wayne University Press: Detroit, MI, Forthcoming 2010. Abstract Accepted for Submission. The chapter is to be submitted for review in April 2010.
Juliette Tolay-Sargnon:"Türkiye'de Mültecilere Yönelik Söylemler ve Söylemlerin Politikalara Etkisi" [Discourses on Refugees in Turkey and their impact on policies], UNHCR publications, forthcoming (2010).
"Discovering Immigration into Turkey: the Emergence of a Dynamic Field," International Migration, forthcoming (2010).
"The Missed Dialogues of the Euro-Turkish Relationship," Journal of Global Initiatives: Special Edition on the Alliance of Civilizations 4 (2): 75-94 (2009).
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