Alumni Publications, 2010-11

Arbour, Brian K. 2011. “Unhyphenated Americans in the 2010 U.S. House Election.” The Forum 9(2).

Arbour, Brian K. and Mark McKenzie. 2011. ““Campaign Messages in Lower-Court Elections After Republican Party of Minnesota vs. White.” Justice System Journal 32(1):1-24.

Balán, Manuel. 2011. “Competition by Denunciation: The Political Dynamics of Corruption Scandals in Argentina and Chile.” Comparative Politics 43(4).

Crow, David. 2010. “The Party’s Over: Citizen Conceptions of Democracy and Political Dissatisfaction in Mexico.” Comparative Politics 43(1).

DeVotta, Neil. 2011. “Sri Lanka: From Turmoil to Dynasty.” Journal of Democracy 22(2): 130-144.

Dow, Jay K. 2011. “Party-System Extremism in Majoritarian and Proportional Electoral Systems.” British Journal of Political Science 41(2): 341-361.

Dursun-Ozkanca, Oya. 2011. “European Union Enlargement and British Public Opinion: The Agenda-Setting Power of the Press.” Perspectives on European Politics and Society 12(2).

Dursun-Ozkanca, Oya. 2010. “Does it Take Four to Tango?: A Comparative Analysis of International Collaboration on Peacebuilding in Bosnia and Kosovo.”Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies 12(4).

Hayes, Danny. 2011. “When Gender and Party Collide: Stereotyping in Candidate Trait Attribution.” Politics & Gender 7(2): 133-165.

Hayes, Danny. 2010. “The Dynamics of Agenda Convergence and the Paradox of Competitiveness in Presidential Campaigns.” Political Research Quarterly63(3): 594-611.

Hayes, Danny. 2010. “Trait Voting in U.S. Senate Elections.” American Politics Research 38(6): 1102-1129.

Hetherington, Marc J and Elizabeth Suhay. 2011. “Authoritarianism, Threat, and Americans’ Support for the War on Terror.” American Journal of Political Science 55(3): 546-560.

Hickey, Dennis V. 2011. “Rapprochement between Taiwan and the Chinese Mainland: Implications for American Foreign Policy.” The Journal of Contemporary China 20(69): 231-247.

Hickey, Dennis V. 2011. “U.S. Policy and Cross-Strait Rapprochement: What Beijing May Expect from Washington,” in Mingjiang Li and Dongmin Lee (editors), China and East Asian Strategic Dynamics: The Shaping of a New Regional Order. New York: Lexington Books: 215-230.

Michener, Greg. 2011. “FOI Laws Around the World.” Journal of Democracy22(2): 145-159.

Nichols, Curt and Adam S. Myers. 2010. “Exploiting the Opportunity for Reconstructive Leadership: Presidential Responses to Enervated Political Regimes.” American Politics Research 38(5): 806-841.

Peabody, Bruce, ed. 2010. The Politics of Judicial Indpendence: Courts, Politics, and the Public. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Seay, Laura. 2011. “Whither Civil Society? Local Peacebuilding and the International Community.” African Security Review 20(2): 73-79.

Seo, Jungkun. 2011. “The Party Politics of Guns versus Butter in post-Vietnam America.” Journal of American Studies 45(2): 317-336.

Seo, Jungkun. 2010. “Vote Switching on Foreign Policy in the U.S. House of Representatives.” American Politics Research 38(6): 1072-1101.

Sullivan, Terry and Scott de Marchi. 2011. “Congressional Bargaining in Presidential Time: Give and Take, Anticipation, and the Constitutional Rationalization of Dead Ducks.” The Journal of Politics 73(3): 748-763.

Weiden, David L. 2011. “Judicial Politicization, Ideology, and Activism at the High Courts of the United States, Canada, and Australia.” Political Research Quarterly 64(2): 335-347.

Williams, Ken (with Anna Bassi and Rebecca Morton). 2011. “The Effects of Identities, Incentives, and Information on Voting.” The Journal of Politics 73(2): 1-14.

Zhang, Baohui. 2011. “US missile defence and China’s nuclear posture: changing dynamics of an offence–defence arms race.” International Affairs 87(3): 555-569.

Zhang, Baohui. 2011. “Taiwan’s New Grand Strategy.” The Journal of Contemporary China 20(69):269-285.