Transnational Factors

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Transnational Factors

Academic Articles

  • Davis and Moore (1997), the authors investigate the influence of ethnic groups within states on their foreign policy interaction
  • Prunier (2004), a very detailed and comprehensive analysis of the Ugandan and Sudanese proxy war within the D.R. Congo
  • Gleditsch (2007), one of the first quantitative studies about the role of transnational factors on the probability of civil war outbreak
  • Gleditsch, Salehyan and Schultz (2008), the authors are assessing the impact of civil wars on the probability and type of Militerized Interstate Disputes
  • Salehyan (2010), this article examines why states support insurgent groups in other states based on a principal-agent framework
  • Salehyan, Gleditsch and Cunningham (2011), following up on Salehyan (2010) the authors probe various hypotheses about rebel and third state cooperation