- “Historical Ownership and Territorial Disputes”, Journal of Politics, 2020
- “China’s Evolving Motivations and Goals in UN Peacekeeping Participation”, International Journal, 2018
- “U.S. Military Aid and Recipient Country Cooperation”, Foreign Policy Analysis, 2011
See Xiaojun Li's full profile here
- "Can Economic Assistance Shape Combatant Support in Wartime? Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan." American Political Science Review, 2020.
Current research projects: "Reexamining the Effect of Refugees on Civil Conflict: A Global Subnational Analysis"
See Yang Yang Zhou's full profile here
Current projects: “Let our ballots secure what our bullets have won:” Union Veterans and Voting for Radical Reconstruction
See Michael Weaver's full profile here.
- “Downsizing in UN Peacekeeping: The Impact on Civilian Peacekeepers and the Missions Employing Them” International Peacekeeping, 2020
- “Slow Progress on UN Rapid Deployment: The Potential Perils of Policy Paradigms in International Organizations” International Studies Review, 2020
- “Peacekeeping for Profit? The Scope and Limitations of ‘Mercenary’ UN Peacekeeping” Journal of Peace Research, 2018
Current projects: Local Staff in UN Peace Operations
See Katharina Coleman's full profile here.
Current projects: Darts and Letters: Podcasting for Intellectual Knowledge Mobilization in the 21st Century
See Allen Sens' full profile here.
POLI 563A International Organization: The Role of Law in International Politics
POLI 562D - International Peacekeeping
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