Browse Dept. of Political Science by Contributor "Zinnes, Dina A."
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(2004)This thesis develops a game theoretic model of how the foreign policy preferences of the executive and the government in the legislature interact over the electoral cycle to affect democratic leaders' foreign policy choices ...
(1990)There has been much attention in the literature in International Relations to finding the underlying causes of conflict among nations. The existing research is divided between studying the impact of structural variables ...
(2000)A multi-method approach provides an empirical examination of the exit model and its predictions. Case histories involving the U.S. and South Africa, China and the U.S., and Great Britain and Argentina illustrate the strengths ...
(1999)In my dissertation I seek to determine the conditions of regional conflict escalation. In particular, I pose two questions in this dissertation: first, why do small states decide to fight against relatively more powerful ...