Sam R Bell
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Changing lanes or stuck in the middle: Why are anocracies more prone to civil wars?
PM Regan, SR Bell
Political Research Quarterly, 2010
Neighborhood watch: spatial effects of human rights INGOs
SR Bell, KC Clay, A Murdie
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 354-368, 2012
Coercion, capacity, and coordination: Predictors of political violence
SR Bell, D Cingranelli, A Murdie, A Caglayan
Conflict Management and Peace Science 30 (3), 240-262, 2013
The effect of US troop deployments on human rights
SR Bell, KC Clay, C Martinez Machain
Journal of Conflict Resolution 61 (10), 2020-2042, 2017
The apparatus for violence: Repression, violent protest, and civil war in a cross-national framework
SR Bell, A Murdie
Conflict Management and Peace Science 35 (4), 336-354, 2018
Opening yourself up: The role of external and internal transparency in terrorism attacks
SR Bell, KC Clay, A Murdie, J Piazza
Political Research Quarterly 67 (3), 603-614, 2014
Shifting power, commitment problems, and preventive war
SR Bell, JC Johnson
International Studies Quarterly 59 (1), 124-132, 2015
Taking the fight to them: Neighborhood human rights organizations and domestic protest
SR Bell, T Bhasin, KC Clay, A Murdie
British Journal of Political Science 44 (4), 853-875, 2014
UN peacekeeping forces and the demand for sex trafficking
SR Bell, ME Flynn, C Martinez Machain
International Studies Quarterly 62 (3), 643-655, 2018
Choosing the best house in a bad neighborhood: Location strategies of human rights INGOs in the non-Western world
CM Barry, SR Bell, KC Clay, ME Flynn, A Murdie
International Studies Quarterly 59 (1), 86-98, 2015
What you don’t know can hurt you: Information, external transparency, and interstate conflict, 1982–1999
SR Bell
Conflict Management and Peace Science 30 (5), 452-468, 2013
“Force Multipliers”: Conditional Effectiveness of Military and INGO Human Security Interventions
SR Bell, A Murdie, P Blocksome, K Brown
Journal of Human Rights 12 (4), 397-422, 2013
Deadly triangles: The implications of regional competition on interactions in asymmetric dyads
MA Allen, SR Bell, KC Clay
Foreign Policy Analysis 14 (2), 169-190, 2018
Passenger or driver? A cross-national examination of media coverage and Civil War interventions
SR Bell, R Frank, P Macharia
International Interactions 39 (5), 646-671, 2013
Power, territory, and interstate conflict
SR Bell
Conflict management and peace science 34 (2), 160-175, 2017
Join the chorus, avoid the spotlight: The effect of neighborhood and social dynamics on human rights organization shaming
SR Bell, KC Clay, A Murdie
Journal of Conflict Resolution 63 (1), 167-193, 2019
Trade Interdependence and the Use of Force: Do Issues Matter?
SR Bell, AG Long
International Interactions 42 (5), 750-773, 2016
Women's Rights Organizations and Human Trafficking
SR Bell, V Banks
Social Science Quarterly 99 (1), 362-376, 2018
Human rights violations and post-election protest
SR Bell, S Chernykh
Political Research Quarterly 72 (2), 460-472, 2019
An international game of risk: Troop placement and major power competition
MD Nieman, C Martinez Machain, OV Chyzh, SR Bell
The Journal of Politics 83 (4), 1307-1321, 2021
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