Peer-Reviewed Articles

An Unexpected Pioneer in Asia: The Enfranchisement of Foreign Residents in South Korea
Hannes B. Mosler / Luicy Pedroza

An Unexpected Pioneer in Asia: The Enfranchisement of Foreign Residents in South Korea

Ethnopolitics: Formerly Global Review of Ethnopolitics, 15, 2016, 2, 187-210

Breakthrough at Bali? Explanations, Aftermath, Implications
Amrita Narlikar / Diana Tussie

Breakthrough at Bali? Explanations, Aftermath, Implications

International Negotiation, 21, 2016, 2, 209 – 232

UNASUR: Regional Pluralism as a Strategic Outcome
Detlef Nolte / Nicolás Matías Comini

UNASUR: Regional Pluralism as a Strategic Outcome

Contexto Internacional, 38, 2016, 2, 545-565

Crossing the Ideological Divide? Egypt's Salafists and the Muslim Brotherhood after the Arab Spring
Annette Ranko / Justyna Nedza

Crossing the Ideological Divide? Egypt's Salafists and the Muslim Brotherhood after the Arab Spring

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 39, 2016, 6, 519-541

From Chávez to Maduro: Continuity and Change in Venezuelan Foreign Policy
Carlos A. Romero / Victor M. Mijares

From Chávez to Maduro: Continuity and Change in Venezuelan Foreign Policy

Contexto Internacional, 38, 2016, 1, 165-201

Natural Resource Production and the Risk of Conflict Recurrence
Vita Roy

Natural Resource Production and the Risk of Conflict Recurrence

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, online first, 2016

Communicating Authoritarian Elite Cohesion
Andreas Schedller / Bert Hoffmann

Communicating Authoritarian Elite Cohesion

Democratization, 23, 2016, 1, 93-117

Defence cooperation between Brazil and Namibia: Enduring ties across the South Atlantic
Pedro Seabra

Defence cooperation between Brazil and Namibia: Enduring ties across the South Atlantic

South African Journal of International Affairs, 23, 2016, 1, 89-106

Power-sharing, commitment problems, and armed conflict in Ukraine
Julia Strasheim

Power-sharing, commitment problems, and armed conflict in Ukraine

Civil Wars, 18, 2016, 1, 25-44

Foreign Direct Investment, Terms of Trade, and Quality Upgrading: What Is So Special about South Asia?
Konstantin M. Wacker / Philipp Grosskurth / Tabea Lakemann

Foreign Direct Investment, Terms of Trade, and Quality Upgrading: What Is So Special about South Asia?

Asian Development Review, 33, 2016, 1, 28-55

Oil, Natural Gas and Intrastate Conflict: Does ownership matter?
Tim Wegenast

Oil, Natural Gas and Intrastate Conflict: Does ownership matter?

International Interactions, 42, 2016, 1, 31-55

Vietnamese Civic Organisations: Supporters of or Obstacles to Further Democratisation? Results from an Empirical Survey
Jörg Wischermann / The Cuong Bui / Thi Viet Phuong Dang

Vietnamese Civic Organisations: Supporters of or Obstacles to Further Democratisation? Results from an Empirical Survey

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 35, 2016, 2, 57-88

Talking past each other: Regional and domestic resistance in the Burundian intervention scene
Stefanie Wodrig / Julia Grauvogel

Talking past each other: Regional and domestic resistance in the Burundian intervention scene

Cooperation and Conflict, 51, 2016, 3, 272– 290

Foreign Policy Think Tanks in China and Japan: Characteristics, Current Profile, and the Case of Collective Self-Defense
Pascal Abb / Patrick Köllner

Foreign Policy Think Tanks in China and Japan: Characteristics, Current Profile, and the Case of Collective Self-Defense

International Journal: Canada's journal of global policy analysis, 70, 2015, 4, 593–612

China's Foreign Policy Think Tanks: Institutional Evolution and Changing Roles
Pascal Abb

China's Foreign Policy Think Tanks: Institutional Evolution and Changing Roles

Journal of Contemporary China, 24, 2015, 93, 531-553

Regional Linkages and Global Policy Alignment: The Case of China–Southeast Asia Relations
Pascal Abb / Georg Strüver

Regional Linkages and Global Policy Alignment: The Case of China–Southeast Asia Relations

Issues & Studies, 51, 2015, 4, 33-83

Breaking the Equilibrium? New Leaders and Old Structures in the India-Pakistan Rivalry
Ishtiaq Ahmad / Hannes Ebert

Breaking the Equilibrium? New Leaders and Old Structures in the India-Pakistan Rivalry

Asian Affairs: An American Review, 42, 2015, 1, 46-75

Long-Term Monarchical Survival in the Middle East: A Configurational Comparison, 1945-2012
André Bank / Thomas Richter / Anna Sunik

Long-Term Monarchical Survival in the Middle East: A Configurational Comparison, 1945-2012

Democratization, 22, 2015, 1, 179-200

When do Religious Leaders Support Faith-Based Violence. Evidence from a Survey Poll in South Sudan
Matthias Basedau / Carlo Koos

When do Religious Leaders Support Faith-Based Violence. Evidence from a Survey Poll in South Sudan

Political Research Quarterly, 68, 2015, 4, 760-772

Intra-Religious Conflicts in Intra-State Wars
Alexander De Juan

Intra-Religious Conflicts in Intra-State Wars

Terrorism and Political Violence, 27, 2015, 4, 762-780

The Ba'thist Blackout? Selective Goods Provision and Political Violence in the Syrian Civil War
Alexander De Juan / André Bank

The Ba'thist Blackout? Selective Goods Provision and Political Violence in the Syrian Civil War

Journal of Peace Research, 52, 2015, 1, 91-104

The Pacifying Effects of Local Religious Institutions: An Analysis of Communal Violence in Indonesia
Alexander De Juan / Jan Pierskalla / Johannes Vüllers

The Pacifying Effects of Local Religious Institutions: An Analysis of Communal Violence in Indonesia

Political Research Quarterly , 68, 2015, 2, 211-224

Long-Term Environmental Change and Geographical Patterns of Violence in Darfur, 2003-2005
Alexander De Juan

Long-Term Environmental Change and Geographical Patterns of Violence in Darfur, 2003-2005

Political Geography, 45, 2015, Political Geography

Framing Political Violence: Success and Failure of Religious Mobilization in the Philippines and Thailand
Alexander De Juan / Andreas Hasenclever

Framing Political Violence: Success and Failure of Religious Mobilization in the Philippines and Thailand

Civil Wars, 17, 2015, 2, 201-221

Constrained Firms, Not Subsistence Activities: Evidence on Capital Returns and Accumulation in Peruvian Microenterprises
Marina Dodlova / Kristin Göbel / Michael Grimm / Jann Lay

Constrained Firms, Not Subsistence Activities: Evidence on Capital Returns and Accumulation in Peruvian Microenterprises

Labour Economics, 33, 2015, 94-110

Contested leadership in international relations
Daniel Flemes / Steven E. Lobell

Contested leadership in international relations

International Politics , 52, 2015, 2

Drivers of strategic contestation: The case of South America
Daniel Flemes / Leslie Wehner

Drivers of strategic contestation: The case of South America

International Politics , 52, 2015, 2, 163-177

Latin American Regionalism in a Multipolar World
Jorge F. Garzón

Latin American Regionalism in a Multipolar World

EUI Working Papers, 2015, RSCAS 2015/23

Client Perceptions of the Value of Microinsurance: Evidence from Southern Ghana
Lena Giesbert / Susan Steiner

Client Perceptions of the Value of Microinsurance: Evidence from Southern Ghana

Journal of International Development, 27, 2015, 1, 15–35

The psychological contract in Chinese-African informal labor relations
Karsten Giese / Alena Thiel

The psychological contract in Chinese-African informal labor relations

International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26, 2015, 14, 1807-1826

Chinese factor in the space, place and agency of female head porters in urban Ghana
Karsten Giese / Alena Thiel

Chinese factor in the space, place and agency of female head porters in urban Ghana

Social & Cultural Geography, 16, 2015, 4, 444-464

Regional sanctions against Burundi: the regime’s argumentative self-entrapment
Julia Grauvogel

Regional sanctions against Burundi: the regime’s argumentative self-entrapment

Journal of Modern African Studies, 53, 2015, 2, 169-191

Business and Transnational Norm-Building in Post-Westphalian Global Politics
Wolfgang Hein

Business and Transnational Norm-Building in Post-Westphalian Global Politics

International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 10, 2015, 3/4, 208 - 229

The international dimension of authoritarian regime legitimation: insights from the Cuban case
Bert Hoffmann

The international dimension of authoritarian regime legitimation: insights from the Cuban case

Journal of International Relations and Development, 18, 2015, 556–574

Latin America and Beyond: The Case for Comparative Area Studies
Bert Hoffmann

Latin America and Beyond: The Case for Comparative Area Studies

European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 2015, 100, 111-120

The Institutional Presidency from a Comparative Perspective: Argentina and Brazil since the 1980s
Magna Inácio / Mariana Llanos

The Institutional Presidency from a Comparative Perspective: Argentina and Brazil since the 1980s

Brazilian Political Science Review, 9, 2015, 1, 39 – 64

Roundtable Discussion: Studying Asian and comparative regionalism through Amitav Acharya's work
Anja Jetschke / Amitav Acharya / Philippe De Lombaerde / Hiro Katsumata / T.J. Pempel

Roundtable Discussion: Studying Asian and comparative regionalism through Amitav Acharya's work

International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 15, 2015, 3, 537-566

To repress or not to repress - regime survival strategies in the Arab Spring
Maria Josua / Mirjam Edel

To repress or not to repress - regime survival strategies in the Arab Spring

Terrorism and Political Violence, 27, 2015, 2, 289-309

Bürgerrechte und Zivilgesellschaft in China: Diskursive Rechtfertigungsstrategien im Schatten parteistaatlicher Hegemonie
Carolin Kautz / Heike Holbig

Bürgerrechte und Zivilgesellschaft in China: Diskursive Rechtfertigungsstrategien im Schatten parteistaatlicher Hegemonie

ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia , 137, 2015, (October 2015)

Voting is not enough: youth and political citizenship in post-war societies
Sabine Kurtenbach / Janina Pawelz

Voting is not enough: youth and political citizenship in post-war societies

Peacebuilding, 3, 2015, 2, 141-156

Patterns of International Organization: Task Specific vs. General Purpose
Tobias Lenz / Jeanine Bezuijen / Liesbet Hooghe / Gary Marks

Patterns of International Organization: Task Specific vs. General Purpose

Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Sonderheft 49, 2015, 131-156

Networks, spheres of influence and the mediation of opportunity: the case of West African trade agents in China
Laurence Marfaing / Alena Thiel

Networks, spheres of influence and the mediation of opportunity: the case of West African trade agents in China

Journal of Panafrican Studies, 7, 2015, 10, 65-84

Importations de marchandises chinoises et mobilité sous-régionale en Afrique de l'ouest
Laurence Marfaing

Importations de marchandises chinoises et mobilité sous-régionale en Afrique de l'ouest

Cahiers D'etudes Africaines, LV (2), 2015, 218, 359-379

Demystifying Chinese Business Strength in Urban Senegal and Ghana: Structural Change and the Performativity of Rumours
Laurence Marfaing / Alena Thiel

Demystifying Chinese Business Strength in Urban Senegal and Ghana: Structural Change and the Performativity of Rumours

Canadian Journal of African Studies, 48, 2015, 3, 405-423

Realismo Neoclásico: ¿el retorno de los Estudios Internacionales a la Ciencia Política?
Víctor M. Mijares

Realismo Neoclásico: ¿el retorno de los Estudios Internacionales a la Ciencia Política?

Revista de Ciencia Política, 35, 2015, 3, 581-603

China’s Foreign Strategy After the 18th Party Congress: Business as Usual?
Nele Noesselt

China’s Foreign Strategy After the 18th Party Congress: Business as Usual?

Journal of Chinese Political Science, 20, 2015, 1, 17-33

Relegitimizing the Chinese Party-State: “Old” Sources of Modern Chinese Party Power
Nele Noesselt

Relegitimizing the Chinese Party-State: “Old” Sources of Modern Chinese Party Power

Asiatische Studien - Études Asiatiques, 69, 2015, 1, 213–233

Interplay of Land Governance and Large-Scale Agricultural Investment: Evidence from Ghana and Kenya
Kerstin Nolte / Susanne Johanna Väth

Interplay of Land Governance and Large-Scale Agricultural Investment: Evidence from Ghana and Kenya

Journal of Modern African Studies, 53, 2015, 1, 69-92

SMARTer indicators for decent work in a post-2015 development agenda: A proposal
Martin Ostermeier / Sarah Linde / Jann Lay / Sebastian Prediger

SMARTer indicators for decent work in a post-2015 development agenda: A proposal

International Labour Review, 154, 2015, 3, 285-302

Security, Violence, and Outlawed Martial Arts Groups in Timor-Leste
Janina Pawelz

Security, Violence, and Outlawed Martial Arts Groups in Timor-Leste

Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 3, 2015, 1, 121-136

The Democratic Potential of Enfranchising Resident Migrants
Luicy Pedroza

The Democratic Potential of Enfranchising Resident Migrants

International Migration, 53, 2015, 3, 22-35

The Moroccan Party of Justice and Development in Local Politics
Miquel Pellicer / Eva Wegner

The Moroccan Party of Justice and Development in Local Politics

Middle East Journal, 69, 2015, 1, 32-49

Is There Strength in Numbers?
Miquel Pellicer / Eva Wegner

Is There Strength in Numbers?

Middle East Law and Governance, 7, 2015, 1, 153-168

Does democratisation foster effective taxation? Evidence from Benin
Giulia Piccolino

Does democratisation foster effective taxation? Evidence from Benin

Journal of Modern African Studies, 4, 2015, 53, 557-581

Soft Sovereignty, Rising Powers and Subnational Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of India
Johannes Plagemann / Sandra Destradi

Soft Sovereignty, Rising Powers and Subnational Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of India

Globalizations, 12, 2015, 5, 728-743

Rising Powers, NGOs and North-South Relations in Global Climate Governance: The Case of Climate Finance
Miriam Prys / Thorsten Wojczewski

Rising Powers, NGOs and North-South Relations in Global Climate Governance: The Case of Climate Finance

Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies, 42, 2015, 1, 93-111

Change and Stasis: The Institutionalization of Developing Country Mitigation in the International Climate Regime
Miriam Prys-Hansen / Benedikt Franz

Change and Stasis: The Institutionalization of Developing Country Mitigation in the International Climate Regime

Diplomacy & Statecraft, 26, 2015, 4, 696-718

Hierarchy of vulnerabilities of community water organizations in Colombia
Cecilia Roa / Sandra Brown / Clara Eugenia Roa García

Hierarchy of vulnerabilities of community water organizations in Colombia

Gestión y Ambiente, 18, 2015, 2, 51-79

The challenge of urban-rural equity in water access for domestic use in Colombia
Cecilia Roa / A. Pulido-Rozo

The challenge of urban-rural equity in water access for domestic use in Colombia

Journal of Environmental Sustainability, 4, 2015, 3-15

Assessing equity and sustainability of water allocation in Colombia
Cecilia Roa / Sandra Brown

Assessing equity and sustainability of water allocation in Colombia

Local Environment, online first, 2015, 1-29

Water laws in the Andes: A promising precedent for challenging neoliberalism
Cecilia Roa / Patricia Urteaga-Crovetto / Rocío Bustamante-Zenteno

Water laws in the Andes: A promising precedent for challenging neoliberalism

Geoforum, 64, 2015, 270-280

The Rise and Demise of the IS Caliphate
Stephan Rosiny

The Rise and Demise of the IS Caliphate

Middle East Policy, XXII, 2015, 2, 94-107

Conflict Transformation through Prior Consultation?
Almut Schilling-Vacaflor / Riccarda Flemmer

Conflict Transformation through Prior Consultation?

Journal of Latin American Studies, 47, 2015, 4, 811-839

Verfälschte PISA-Ergebnisse? Zur Bildungsbenachteiligung von Migrantenkindern in Shanghai
Günter Schucher

Verfälschte PISA-Ergebnisse? Zur Bildungsbenachteiligung von Migrantenkindern in Shanghai

ASIEN. The German Journal On Contemporary Asia, 137, 2015, 6, 50-76

Institutional Diffusion, Strategic Insurance and the Creation of West African Constitutional Courts
Alexander Stroh / Charlotte Heyl

Institutional Diffusion, Strategic Insurance and the Creation of West African Constitutional Courts

Comparative Politics, 47, 2015, 2, 169-187

Are Democratic Sanctions Really Counterproductive?
Christian von Soest / Michael Wahman

Are Democratic Sanctions Really Counterproductive?

Democratization, 22, 2015, 6, 957–980

Not all Dictators Are Equal: Coups, Fraudulent Elections and the Selective Targeting of Democratic Sanctions
Christian von Soest / Michael Wahman

Not all Dictators Are Equal: Coups, Fraudulent Elections and the Selective Targeting of Democratic Sanctions

Journal of Peace Research, 52, 2015, 1, 17–31

Democracy prevention: The international collaboration of authoritarian regimes
Christian von Soest

Democracy prevention: The international collaboration of authoritarian regimes

European Journal of Political Research, 54, 2015, 4, 623-638

Measuring the Ambivalance of the Sacred: Introducing the Religion and Conflict in Developing Countries (RCDC) Dataset
Johannes Vüllers / Birte Pfeiffer / Matthias Basedau

Measuring the Ambivalance of the Sacred: Introducing the Religion and Conflict in Developing Countries (RCDC) Dataset

International Interactions, 41, 2015, 5, 857-881

Gewaltfreie Widerstandsbewegungen und ihre Erfolgsbedingungen: Eine Übersicht der neueren englischsprachigen Forschungsliteratur
Johannes Vüllers / Sandra Destradi

Gewaltfreie Widerstandsbewegungen und ihre Erfolgsbedingungen: Eine Übersicht der neueren englischsprachigen Forschungsliteratur

Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (ZeFKo), 4, 2015, 1, 115-146

Power, Peace, and Space in Africa: Revisiting Territorial Power Sharing
Franzisca Zanker / Claudia Simons / Andreas Mehler

Power, Peace, and Space in Africa: Revisiting Territorial Power Sharing

African Affairs, 114, 2015, 454, 72-91

The Power-Sharing Event Dataset (PSED): A new dataset on the occurrence of power-sharing in post-conflict countries
Martin Ottmann / Johannes Vüllers

The Power-Sharing Event Dataset (PSED): A new dataset on the occurrence of power-sharing in post-conflict countries

Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2014 (online first)

Inefficiency of male and female on-farm labour supply: Evidence from Uganda
Martyn Andrews / Jennifer Golan / Jann Lay

Inefficiency of male and female on-farm labour supply: Evidence from Uganda

American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 97, 2014, 3, 998-1019

Regional Agreements in International Environmental Politics
Jörg Balsiger / Miriam Prys

Regional Agreements in International Environmental Politics

International Environmental Agreements, (online first), 2014

Durable, Yet Different: Monarchies in the Arab Spring
André Bank / Thomas Richter / Anna Sunik

Durable, Yet Different: Monarchies in the Arab Spring

Journal of Arabian Studies: Arabia, the Gulf, and the Red Sea, 4, 2014, 2, 163-179

Drilling Deeper: A Systematic, Context-Sensitive Investigation of Causal Mechanisms in the Oil–Conflict Link
Matthias Basedau / Annegret Mähler / Miriam Shabafrouz

Drilling Deeper: A Systematic, Context-Sensitive Investigation of Causal Mechanisms in the Oil–Conflict Link

Journal of Development Studies, 50, 2014, 1, 51-63

Why Do Some Oil Exporters Experience Civil War but Others Do not?: Investigating the Conditional Effects of Oil
Matthias Basedau / Thomas Richter

Why Do Some Oil Exporters Experience Civil War but Others Do not?: Investigating the Conditional Effects of Oil

European Political Science Review, 6, 2014, 4, 549-574

Explaining the evolution of contestation in South Asia
Nicolas Blarel / Hannes Ebert

Explaining the evolution of contestation in South Asia

International Politics, 52, 2014, 2, 223-238

Forced Engagements, Water Security and Local Rights Formalization in Yanque, Colca Valley, Peru
Rolf Boelens / Miriam Seemann

Forced Engagements, Water Security and Local Rights Formalization in Yanque, Colca Valley, Peru

Human Organization, 73, 2014, 1, 1-12

Nomadism and mobility in the Sahara-Sahel: introduction
Elisabeth Boesen / Laurence Marfaing / Mirjam de Bruijn

Nomadism and mobility in the Sahara-Sahel: introduction

Canadian Journal of African Studies, 48, 2014, 1, 1-12

Derailed Emotions. The Transformation of Claims and Targets during the Wenzhou Online Incident
Maria Bondes / Günter Schucher

Derailed Emotions. The Transformation of Claims and Targets during the Wenzhou Online Incident

Information, Communication & Society, 17, 2014, 1, 45-65

Hooray for Global Justice. Emerging Democracies in a Multipolar World
Julian Culp / Johannes Plagemann

Hooray for Global Justice. Emerging Democracies in a Multipolar World

Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric, 7, 2014, 39-66

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