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Transforming Geopolitical Risk: Public Diplomacy of Multinational Firms for Foreign Audiences Kristin Vekasi | The Chinese Journal of International Politics
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The path of least resilience: Autocratic rule and external powers in the Middle East

Anthony Bubalo | Lowly Institute

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Geopolitical risk and corporate cash holdings in the shipping industry

Suntichai Kotcharin, Sakkakom Maneenop | Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review

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No substitute for victory? Why just war theorists can’t win

Cian O’Driscoll | European Journal of International Relations

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The “Geopolitical” Factor in the Syrian Civil War: A Corpus-Based Thematic Analysis

Kim Hua Tan, Alirupendi Perudin | SAGE Open

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Sometimes Less Is More: Censorship, News Falsification, and Disapproval in 1989 East Germany

Christian Gläßel, Katrin Paula | American Journal of Political Science

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Technology, war and the state: past, present and future

Warren Chin | International Affairs

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The Fall of France in the Second World War

Richard Carswell | Palgrave Macmillan

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Continuity and change in a Second Cold War

Harvey M. Sapolsky | China International Strategy Review

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Winning the Third World: Sino-American Rivalry During the Cold War

Nicholas R. Zeller | Journal of East Asian Studies

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Ruling Parties in Authoritarian Regimes: Rethinking Institutional Strength

Anne Meng | British Journal of Political Science

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Why do authoritarian regimes adopt bicameralism? Cooptation, control, and masking controversial reforms

Alexander Baturo, Robert Elgie | Democratization

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Pulling the Strings? The Strategic Use of Pro-Government Mobilization in Authoritarian Regimes

Sebastian Hellmeier, Nils B. Weidmann | Comparative Political Studies

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The problem of modern-day slavery: is critical applied history the answer?

Audra A. Diptee | Slavery & Abolition

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Liberty Square, Budapest: How Hungary Won the Second World War

István Rév | Journal of Genocide Research

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Nobody wins the victory taboo in just war theory

Cian O’Driscoll | Journal of Strategic Studies

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Bound to Happen: Explanation Bias in Historical Analysis

Aroop Mukharji, Richard Zeckhauser | Journal of Applied History

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Who won the Second World War and why should you care? Reassessing Stalin’s War 75 years after victory

Mark Edele | Journal of Strategic Studies

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Public Diplomacy and International Conflict Resolution: A Cautionary Case from Cold War South America

Christopher Darnton | Foreign Policy Analysis

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Insurance activity, real output, and geopolitical risk: Fresh evidence from BRICS

Chi-Chuan Lee, Chien-Chiang Lee | Economic Modelling

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How do wars end? A multidisciplinary enquiry

Chiara De Franco | Journal of Strategic Studies

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Negotiating democracy with authoritarian regimes. EU democracy promotion in North Africa

Vera van Hüllen | Democratization

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Frock Coats against Brass Hats? Politicians, the Military and the War in Afghanistan 2001–2014

Paul Dixon | Parliamentary Affairs

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Economic Institutions and Autocratic Breakdown: Monetary Constraints and Fiscal Spending in Dominant-Party Regimes

Cristina Bodea | The Journal of Politics

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Beyond Democracy-Dictatorship Measures: A New Framework Capturing Executive Bases of Power, 1789–2016

Jan Teorell, Staffan I. Lindberg | Perspectives on Politics

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Pockets of liberal media in authoritarian regimes: what the crackdown on emancipatory spaces means for rural social movements in Cambodia

Alice Beban | The Journal of Peasant Studies

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Brazilian Propaganda: Legitimizing an Authoritarian Regime ‐ by Schneider, Nina

Wendy Hunter | Bulletin of Latin American Research

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Identity, procedures and performance: how authoritarian regimes legitimize their rule

Christian von Soest, Julia Grauvogel | Contemporary Politics

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Winning Hearts and Minds, Losing the War: Public Opinion, COIN, and Rebel Strategy in Afghanistan, 2009-2014

Richard Hanania | Columbia University

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Grievances, Mobilization, and Mass Opposition to Authoritarian Regimes: A Subnational Analysis of East Germany’s 1953 Abbreviated Revolution

Henry Thomson | Comparative Political Studies

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Humanitarianism, State Sovereignty, and Authoritarian Regime Maintenance in the Syrian War

Reinoud Leenders, Kholoud Mansour | Political Science Quarterly

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Autocratic Survival Strategies: Does Oil Make a Difference?

Phoebe W. Ishak | Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy

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Competition in a Populist Authoritarian Regime: The June 2018 Dual Elections in Turkey

Yunus Sözen | South European Society and Politics

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Turkey’s tamed civil society: Containment and appropriation under a competitive authoritarian regime

Bilge Yabanci | Journal of Civil Society

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Neo-patrimonial practices and sustainability of authoritarian regimes in Eurasia

Stanislav N. Shkel | Communist and Post-Communist Studies

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History Matters: The Critical Contribution of Historical Analysis to Contemporary Health Policy and Health Care

Sally Sheard | Health Care Analysis

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Public and Applied History in Germany: Just Another Brick in the Wall of the Academic Ivory Tower?

Jacqueline Nießer, Juliane Tomann | The Public Historian

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Repression, Cooptation, and Movement Fragmentation in Authoritarian Regimes: Evidence from the Youth Movement in Egypt

Nadine Sika | Political Studies

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Autocracies and Economic Sanctions: The Divergent Impact of Authoritarian Regime Type on Sanctions Success

Dursun Peksen | Defence and Peace Economics

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Death of international organizations. The organizational ecology of intergovernmental organizations, 1815–2015

Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni | The Review of International Organizations

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The Psychology of Repression and Polarization

Elizabeth Nugent | World Politics

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The Spread of Authoritarian Regimes in Interwar Europe

James M. Lutz | Politics, Religion & Ideology

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Wartime Nostalgia in Italy: Validating the Fatherland

Guy Lanoue | Fascism

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Caesarean politics in Hungary and Poland

Robert Sata, Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski | East European Politics

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Strong states, weak elections? How state capacity in authoritarian regimes conditions the democratizing power of elections

Carolien van Ham, Brigitte Seim | International Political Science Review

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The power of policy networks in authoritarian regimes: Changing environmental policy in China

Jessica Teets | Governance

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The case for courts: Resolving information problems in authoritarian regimes

Jacqueline M Sievert | Journal of Peace Research

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What Drives Media Use in Authoritarian Regimes? Extending Selective Exposure Theory to Iran

Magdalena Wojcieszak | The International Journal of Press/Politics

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Shifting patterns of governance in authoritarian regimes

Thomas O’Brien | Australian Journal of Political Science

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How the Internet Can Reinforce Authoritarian Regimes: The Case of North Korea

Johannes Gerschewski, Alexander Dukalskis | Georgetown Journal of International Affairs

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Political leadership and the construction of competitive authoritarian regimes in Latin America: implications and prospects for democracy

Claudio Balderacchi | Democratization

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The Instrumentalisation of Mass Media in Electoral Authoritarian Regimes: Evidence from Russia’s Presidential Election Campaigns of 2000 and 2008

Elena Fell | European Journal of Communication

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Norms under Challenge: Unpacking the Dynamics of Norm Robustness

Nicole Deitelhoff, Lisbeth Zimmermann | Journal of Global Security Studies

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Appeals to Authority in Political Rhetoric: Machiavelli in the Italian Parliament 1945–1994

Matteo Cesare Mario Casiraghi, Francesco Testini | Parliamentary Affairs

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Accountability and ideology: The case of a German university under the Nazi regime

Dominic Detzen, Sebastian Hoffmann | Accounting History

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Legislative Rules in Electoral Authoritarian Regimes: The Case of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council

Regina Smyth | The Journal of Politics

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Institutions and demotions: collective leadership in authoritarian regimes

Ivan Ermakoff, Marko Grdesic | Theory and Society

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Getting the opposition together: protest coordination in authoritarian regimes

David Armstrong | Post-Soviet Affairs

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Power Play: A Game Illustrating Power Transition in Authoritarian Regimes

Susan Turner Haynes | Political Science & Politics

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Does geopolitical risk strengthen or depress oil prices and financial liquidity? Evidence from Saudi Arabia

Chi-Wei Su | Energy

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Measuring Geopolitical Risk

Dario Caldara, Matteo Iacoviello | Federal Reserve System International Finance

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Clausewitz and the politics of war: A contemporary theory

George Dimitriu | Journal of Strategic Studies

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Challenging Hobbes: Is War Inevitable?

Maija Jespersen | Global Society

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Is Oil Political? From the Perspective of Geopolitical Risk

Chi -Wei Su | Defence and Peace Economics

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The Private History of Ethiopia’s Wars

Adom Getachew | Boston Review

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Oil price shocks, global economic policy uncertainty, geopolitical risk, and stock price in Malaysia: Factor augmented VAR approach

Mohammad Enamul Hoque | Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja

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Does causality between geopolitical risk, tourism and economic growth matter? Evidence from Turkey

Seyi Saint Akadiri | Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management

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Cultural Complexity Thinking by Social Workers in Their Address of Sustainable Development Goals in a Culturally Diverse South Africa

Zibonele France Zimba | Journal of Progressive Human Services

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Breaking state impunity in post-authoritarian regimes: Why transitional justice processes deter criminal violence in new democracies

Guillermo Trejo | Journal of Peace Research

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The Dirty Secret of Early Modern Capitalism: The Global Reach of the Dutch Arms Trade, Warfare and Mercenaries in the Seventeenth Century

Kees Boterbloe | Routledge

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Why Minor Powers Risk Wars With Major Powers: A Comparative Study of the Post-Cold War Era

Marinko Bobic | The University of Chicago Press

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Democracies and Authoritarian Regimes

Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Natasha Lindstaedt | Oxford University Press

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Seeking Legitimacy: Why Arab Autocracies Adopt Women’s Rights

Aili Mari Tripp | Cambridge University Press

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Between Authoritarianism and Democracy: A Conversation on Contemporary India

Debasish Roy Chowdhury | The Arts of Travel

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Antiauthoritarian Youth Culture in Francoist Spain: Clashing with Fascism

Louie Dean Valencia-García | Bloomsbury

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Economists at War: How a Handful of Economists Helped Win and Lose the World Wars

Alan Bollard | Oxford University Press

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Russia’s New Authoritarianism: Putin and the Politics of Order

David G. Lewis | Edinburgh University Press

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Violence, Development, and Democracy in Latin America: The Outcomes of Transitions from Authoritarian Regimes

María D. París Pombo | Latin American Perspectives

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Chile’s democratic road to authoritarianism: From neostructuralist bargain to state of emergency

Manuel Larrabure | European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies

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Authoritarian Powers and Norm Contestation in the Liberal International Order: Theorizing the Power Politics of Ideas and Identity

Gregorio Bettiza, David Lewis | Journal of Global Security Studies

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Authoritarian innovations and democratic reform in the “New Malaysia”

Sebastian Dettman | Democratization

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The Perfect Way to Play Geopolitical Risk: Just Don’t

Mike Bird | The Wall Street Journal

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Democracy Towards Authoritarianism Under Illiberal Populist Leaders in Hungary and Poland

Onvara Vadhanavisala | Central and Eastern European Review

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Critical Systems Thinking, Systemic Intervention and Beyond

Gerald Midgley, Raghav Rajagopalan | University of Hull

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Systemic Thinking for Policy Making – The Potential of Systems Analysis for Addressing Global Policy Challenges in the 21st Century

Gabriela Ramos | OECD

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Civil Society Capture by Early Stage Autocrats in Well-Developed Democracies – The Case of Austria

Ruth Simsa | Nonprofit Policy Forum

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