Journal of International Organization Studies

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Journal of International Organizations Studies

The Journal of International Organizations Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that seeks to encourage the creation of a distinct field of international organizations studies. It aims to provide a window into the state of the art in international organizations research, and function as a platform for interdisciplinary dialog on international organizations.

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Volume 7, Issue 2

The Fall edition of JIOS is now available. It includes four essays -- on NATO burden-sharing, multilateral negotiations after stalemates, regional organizations and economic development, and the European Union and integration; alongside two reviews, covering recent publications about international organizations and military affairs as well as IOS and human rights abuses in the Former Soviet Union. We hope you enjoy the read!

 

Contributors

FEATURE ARTICLES

NATO Burden Sharing: A New Research Design

Benjamin Zyla

Success after Stalemate? Persistence, Reiteration, and Windows of Opportunity in Multilateral Negotiations

Catherine Hecht

Regional Intergovernmental Organizations, Globalization, and Economic Development

Hae Kim

Separation amidst Integration: The Redefining Influence of the European Union on Secessionist Party Policy

David Eichert

REVIEWS

International Organizations and Military Affairs

Sten Rynning

Institutionally Blind? International Organizations and Human Rights Abuses in the Former Soviet Union

Nicole J. Jackson