Monthly Archives: January 2016

CCVW: Electoral Support for Paramilitary Parties

The Spring 2016 Conflict Consortium’s Virtual Workshop kicked off last week with a discussion of Mary Beth Altier‘s paper “Voting for Violence: Explaining Support for Paramilitary Parties at the Polls.” Michael E. Allison, Johanna Birnir, Bridgett Coggins and Reyko Huang … Continue reading

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W Germany Responds to Terror in the 1970s

I am reading descriptive–historical works about government’s responses to terror attacks (and other forms of both violent and non-violent dissent) for a book manuscript I am writing, and am struck by these “Gee, doesn’t this sound familiar” passages from Peter … Continue reading

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