R&R in Review of International Organizations

The editor of the Review of International Organizations invited me to resubmit a revised version of my paper on issue linkage across international organizations. This paper shows that states can leverage a temporary privileged position in one international organization (United Nations) to attain more beneficial bargaining outcomes in another international organization (European Union). I look forward to editing the paper in light of the the reviewers’ and editor’s very helpful comments. You can access the current version of the paper under the Research link on my website.

Article forthcoming in Journal of Conflict Research

The editor of the Journal of Conflict Resolution has accepted my paper on “Lessons on political violence from America’s post-9/11 wars”. This paper is co-authored with Jacob Shapiro. It analyzes the bargaining failures that led to the onset of these two wars and investigates local-level temporal and spatial variation in the intensity of combat. The paper reviews a large literature in political science that studies these two wars, summarizes the uniquely rich data on both conflicts, and outlines potential avenues for future research. The paper is available under the Research link on my website.