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Archive: Singer, Apr 07, 2011, "Family Finance: Migration, Remittances, and Governmnet Spending in the Developing World"
David Andrew Singer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology “Family Finance: Migration, Remittances, and Governmnet Spending in the Developing World” More)
Archive: Stevenson, Apr 14, 2011, "Capitol Gains: The Legacies of the Rational Design of World Affairs, the Quest for International Recognition, and Mass Killing"
John Stevenson, University of Chicago “Capitol Gains: The Legacies of the Rational Design of World Affairs, the Quest for International Recognition, and Mass Killing” More)
Archive: Kinsella, Apr 28, 2011, "Afghan good enough is good enough: Gender and Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan"
Helen Kinsella, University of Wisconsin, Madison “Afghan good enough is good enough: Gender and Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan” More)
Archive: Keohane, May 05, 2011, "Persuasion in World Politics"
Robert Keohane, Princeton University “Persuasion in World Politics” More)
Archive: Srivastava, May 12, 2011, "Non-State Actors and Structural Change in International Relations"
Swati Srivastava, University of Chicago “Non-State Actors and Structural Change in International Relations” More)
Archive: Hirose, May 19, 2011, "The Ambiguous Threat of War"
Kentaro Hirose, University of Chicago “The Ambiguous Threat of War” More)
Archive: Jervis, Jan 21, 2010, "The Iraq WMD Intelligence Failure: What Everyone Knows Is Wrong."
Robert Jervis, Columbia University “The Iraq WMD Intelligence Failure: What Everyone Knows Is Wrong.” More)
Archive: Koremenos, Feb 04, 2010, "The Rational Design of Human Rights Agreements"
Barbara Koremenos, University of Michigan “The Rational Design of Human Rights Agreements” More)
Archive: Philpott, Feb 11, 2010, "God's Century: How Resurgent Religion is Transforming Global Politics."
Daniel Philpott, University of Notre Dame “God's Century: How Resurgent Religion is Transforming Global Politics.” More)
Archive: Hurd, Feb 25, 2010, "States and Rules, Norms and Interests."
Ian Hurd, Northwestern University “States and Rules, Norms and Interests.” More)
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