Announcing Expansion of PSN Conflict Studies eJournal


We are pleased to announce the expansion of Political Science Network (PSN) Conflict Studies eJournal into the following eJournals:

CONFLICT STUDIES: DOMESTIC POLITICS eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the broad topic of domestic politics and conflict. Papers included in this eJournal may deal with: how foreign policy is made, how different political regimes or institutions deal with conflict, the effect electoral politics can have on conflict, papers that focus on the military bureaucracy and spending, or public opinion and support for conflicts, as well as any paper that deals broadly with domestic politics and conflict.

CONFLICT STUDIES: EFFECTS OF CONFLICT eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of the effects of conflict. Papers may represent topics such as: the economic effects of conflict, political institutions, the human toll that conflicts cause, refugees, or public opinion/psychology. Any paper related to the broad topic of the effects of conflict should be included in this eJournal.

CONFLICT STUDIES: INTER-STATE CONFLICT eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of inter-state conflict. Papers may address various topics such as: the causes of war, strategy/tactics/logistics, arms races/control, or focus on case studies of particular conflict between states and the broader implications that can be drawn from them. Papers should address the broad topic of inter-state conflict to be included in this eJournal.

CONFLICT STUDIES: INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of international cooperation. Topics included under this eJournal include: the UN/Security Council, Alliances/Inter-state relationships, regional cooperation, international agreements/treaties, or security cooperation.

CONFLICT STUDIES: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on international relations theory and conflict. Papers will either use or address a particular IR Theory in their work whether: realism, liberalism, constructivism, gender studies, post-modernism, or Marxism/class-system theory. Papers should address how these theories speak to conflict, take a particular perspective on conflict from the lens of one of the theories, or engage in a constructive critique of one of these theories as it relates to conflict.

CONFLICT STUDIES: INTRA-STATE CONFLICT eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of intra-state conflict. Papers may address the issues of secessionist movements and their legitimacy or historical roots, the role of ethnic/religious conflict, electoral violence, civil wars, insurgents and counterinsurgency, or the relationship between conflict and protest and social movements. All papers that examine intra-state conflict should be included in this eJournal.

CONFLICT STUDIES: PREVENTION, MANAGEMENT & RESOLUTION eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts related to the topic of conflict resolution, prevention, or management. Topics may include submissions that examine negotiation and dispute resolution, peace accords, post-conflict reconciliation processes, international peace-keeping efforts, international law and conflict resolution, or strategies of self defense.

CONFLICT STUDIES: SCIENTIFIC STUDY eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts related to the scientific study of conflict in the broader context of conflict studies in political science. Topics may include submissions that formally model conflict or use empirical methods/data to analyze conflict processes and patterns.

CONFLICT STUDIES: TERRORISM eJOURNAL
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Editors: Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science and Brian H. Lai, Associate Professor, University of Iowa - Department of Political Science

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of terrorism under the broader topic of conflict in political science. Topics may include papers that discuss the broad effects of terrorism whether economic or the human cost. Papers may examine different methods for combating terrorism, while other scholarship may focus on the causes of terrorism. Others may look at terrorism and international law, specifically the questions that combating terrorism raises for human rights and the rule of law.


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Posted 1/27/14