1. The Extremist’s Advantage in Civil Wars
  2. Barbara F. Walter
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  1. Why Nuclear Energy Programs Rarely Lead to Proliferation
  2. Nicholas L. Miller
  3. pp. 40-77
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  1. The Emerging Military Balance in East Asia: How China’s Neighbors Can Check Chinese Naval Expansion
  2. Michael Beckley
  3. pp. 78-119
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  1. Rousing a Response: When the United States Changes Policy toward Mass Killing
  2. Amanda J. Rothschild
  3. pp. 120-154
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  1. On Systemic Paradigms and Domestic Politics: A Critique of the Newest Realism
  2. Kevin Narizny
  3. pp. 155-190
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  1. Friends, Foes, and Foreign-Imposed Regime Change
  2. Michael Poznansky, Alexander B. Downes, Lindsey A. O’Rourke
  3. pp. 191-195
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  1. Is Deterrence Possible in Cyberspace?
  2. Richard J. Harknett, Joseph S. Nye Jr.
  3. pp. 196-199
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