Julia Grauvogel / Amanda Licht / Christian von Soest

Sanctions and Signals: How International Sanction Threats Trigger Domestic Protest in Targeted Regimes

International Studies Quarterly | 2017


  • Journal

    International Studies Quarterly

    Volume

    61

    Number

    1

    Pages

    86-97

    URN

    https://doi.org/10.1093/isq/sqw044

    http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-55104-9

    Dr. Julia Grauvogel

    Senior Research Fellow / Research Team Spokesperson

    T. +49 (0)40 - 428 25-566julia.grauvogel@giga-hamburg.de

    Amanda Licht


    Dr. Christian von Soest

    Lead Research Fellow / Head of Research Programme "Peace and Security"

    T. +49 (0)40 - 428 25-590christian.vonsoest@giga-hamburg.de


    GIGA Focus Global | 3/2021

    Cyber Sanctions: Increasing Application of a New Instrument

    Hacker attacks on states and international organisations are increasingly answered with cyber sanctions. Dr Julia Grauvogel and Dr Christian von Soest compare the international use of the new instrument in Focus Global 04/2021 and show which steps could make the measures more effective.

    Dr. Julia Grauvogel

    Senior Research Fellow / Research Team Spokesperson

    Dr. Christian von Soest

    Lead Research Fellow / Head of Research Programme "Peace and Security"

    Dataset | 2020

    Replication Data for: Grauvogel, Licht and von Soest 2017 “Sanctions and Signals: How International Sanction Threats Trigger Domestic Protest in Targeted Regimes.”

    Replication Data for Article: Grauvogel, Julia, Amanda A. Licht, and Christian von Soest (2017), Sanctions and Signals: How International Sanction Threats Trigger Domestic Protest in Targeted Regimes…

    https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/QPMUKN

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