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Shaping the charter: How ideas are institutionalized in multilateral development organizations
Human rights and institutional structure
The atomic confederacy: Europe's quest for nuclear weapons and the making of the new world order
Foreign aid, foreign policy, and strategic development
Imposing states: External intervention and the politics of state formation
Essays on the political economy of international union formation and European integration
Re-envisioning Europe: France, America and the Arab world, 1973--1974
The humanitarian impact of UN arms embargoes: Can arms embargoes end or limit violent conflict?
From crisis to reform: The impact of national security commissions
Shaping human rights policy in liberal democracies: Assessing and explaining compliance with the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights
Eclipsed: How democracies navigate the rise of new powers
Private actors, public goods: Private authority in global environmental politics
Essays on understanding international relations through experimentation
Oil, revolution, and international conflict: The origins of resource-backed aggression
Underground empires: German imperialism and the introduction of geology in China, 1860-1919
Policy diffusion of emission regulations for on-road vehicles: Causes and benefits for air quality
Crisis and constitution: French antiracism and belonging in the new legal order of Europe
The rule of law in the global economy: Explaining institutional diversity in transborder commercial disputes
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