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The logic of decisions in militarized disputes : the effect of regime, power, arms contorol [sic], and airpower on decision-making in militarized disputes
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
coercion on decision-making process of militarized disputes. The results reveal that (1) ex ante contexts, relative power and regime, can become a useful predictor of dispute outcome, (2) the probability of victory based on ex ante contexts exponentially...
The culture wars & political polarization in perspective : why polarization and its perturbations are a persistant [i.e., persistent] puzzle in political science
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
Political polarization in the American electorate has received a great deal of attention in recent years with most of the research focusing on social issues and their impact on electoral outcomes. However, scant attention ...