Team Steve

I am setting this page aside to keep a running record of the publications and other accomplishments by the grad students I supervised.  These are mostly people whose dissertation committees I chaired but also a few students for whom I sat on their dissertation committee.  I am and always will be uber-proud of these folks.* 
* Please don't mind the ugly formatting.  Blogger and word do not always go together very well. This is hardly comprehensive or complete.

Aisha Ahmad (@ProfAishaAhmad):

Maya Dafinova (@Maya05357126)

  • Dafinova, Maya. (2021). "Whole of (Coaltion) Government: Comparing Swedish and German Experiences in Afghanistan, European Journal of International Security

Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé  (@SaMyMarBru)

Jonathan Paquin (@PaquinJonathan):
    Brent Sasley (@besasley):

    Sam Stanton

    Ora Szekely (@oraszekely):

    Jessica Trisko Darden (@triskodarden), AEI Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellow
    • Jessica Trisko Darden, Alexis Henshaw, and Ora Szekely, InsurgentWomen: Female Combatants in Civil Wars. With . (Forthcoming, Georgetown University Press). 
    • ·         Darden, J. T. (2015). Assessing the significance of women in combat roles. International Journal70(3), 454–462. 
    • von Hlatky S. & Darden J. T. (2015) Cash or Combat? America’s Asian Alliances During the War in Afghanistan. Asian Security, 11(1), 31-51
    •  von Hlatky S. & Darden J. T, "Cash or Combat? America’s Asian Alliances During the War in Afghanistan," Asian Survey, 2015
    • Steflja, I., & Darden, J. T. (2013). Making Civilian Casualties Count: Approaches to Documenting the Human Cost of War. Human Rights Review, 14(4), 347-366.
    • Von Hlatky, S., & Trisko, J. N. (2012). Sharing the Burden of the Border: Layered Security Co-operation and the Canada–US Frontier. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, 45(1), 63-88.

    Suranjan Weeraratne 
    • Weeraratne S. and Recker S. (2018) The Isolated Islamists: The Case of the Allied Democratic Forces in the Ugandan-Congolese Borderland. Terrorism and Political Violence. 30(1), 22-46. 
    • Weeraratne, S. (2017). Theorizing the expansion of the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria. Terrorism and political violence, 29(4), 610-634.
    • Weeraratne, S. (2016).  State Policy and Entrepreneurial Ethnic Migrants: The Experiences of the Overseas Chinese in South East Asia.  Social Science Asia. 2(1), 77-92.

    Theo McLauchlin (@TheoMcLauchlin):*
    • McLauchlin, T., & La Parra-Pérez, Á. (2018). Disloyalty and Logics of Fratricide in Civil War: Executions of Officers in Republican Spain, 1936-1939. Comparative Political Studies
    • McLauchlin, T. (2018). The Loyalty Trap: Regime Ethnic Exclusion, Commitment Problems, and Civil War Duration in Syria and Beyond. Security Studies27(2), 296-317.
    •  McLauchlin, T. (2017). Partnerships in Military Interventions and the Canadian Public. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique50(3), 773-793.
    •  McLauchlin, T. (2015). Desertion and collective action in civil wars. International Studies Quarterly59(4), 669-679.
    •  McLauchlin, T. (2014). Desertion, terrain, and control of the home front in civil wars. Journal of Conflict Resolution58(8), 1419-1444.
    • Quinn, D., Wilkenfeld, J., Eralp, P., Asal, V., &; McLauchlin, T. (2013). Crisis managers but not conflict resolvers: Mediating ethnic intrastate conflict in Africa. Conflict·         Management and Peace Science30(4), 387-406. 
    •  McLauchlin, T., & Pearlman, W. (2012). Out-group conflict, in-group unity? Exploring the effect of repression on intramovement cooperation. Journal of Conflict Resolution56(1), 41- 66.

    * Honorary member of Team Steve

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