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Published: 15 July 2024
Figure 3. The life cycle of China’s status dissatisfaction, 1978–2018
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Published: 15 July 2024
Figure 4. Event study analysis of Russian threat on railway provision in the Northwest Frontier (1868–1894)
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Jeongmin Park
International Studies Quarterly, Volume 68, Issue 3, September 2024, sqae096, https://doi-org.libproxy.ucl.ac.uk/10.1093/isq/sqae096
Published: 15 July 2024
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Figure 1. Visual representation of theory
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Figure 4. Main triggers of China’s status complaints
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Published: 15 July 2024
Figure 3. Average distance (logged) between districts and five closest railway segments, in meters
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Alex Yu-Ting Lin
International Studies Quarterly, Volume 68, Issue 3, September 2024, sqae092, https://doi-org.libproxy.ucl.ac.uk/10.1093/isq/sqae092
Published: 15 July 2024
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Figure 2. Locating status complaints
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Published: 15 July 2024
Figure 1. All districts in British India
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Published: 15 July 2024
Figure 2. Development of railways in British India (standard gauge, (a) 1870 (b) 1877 (c) 1884 (d) 1891)
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Published: 15 July 2024
Figure 5. Railway development in Punjab, from 1875 to 1890
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Published: 11 July 2024
Figure 1. Local network context of a DCA. Nodes are countries. Edges are DCAs in force.
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Published: 11 July 2024
Figure 2. Topology of the DCA network. In top-left, top-right, and bottom-left panels, nodes are independent countries; edges are DCAs in force. Edge color indicates the number of triangles closed by that edge. Node color indicates nodal transitivity. In bottom-right panels, points are annual observed network
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Published: 11 July 2024
Figure 3. Overviw of bilateral defense cooperation. All figures based on the Defense Cooperation variable. (a) illustrates similarity between countries in their respective portfolios of cooperative ties, as measured by structural equivalence. More proximate countries have similar patterns of ties to thir
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Published: 11 July 2024
Figure 4. DCAs, transitive triads, and bilateral cooperation. Observations include all dyads that signed at least one DCA during the period under analysis.
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Published: 11 July 2024
Figure 5. Interaction between bilateral DCAs and network context. Based on estimates from Model 1 in table  1 .
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Published: 11 July 2024
Figure 6. Placebo-like tests assuming a policy-convergence mechanism. Plots show marginal effect of bilateral DCAs conditional on number of third-party DCA ties. “Placebo” group in blue. “Treatment” group in orange. Z-scores based on the difference in estimated interaction terms across the two models.
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Brandon J Kinne
International Studies Quarterly, Volume 68, Issue 3, September 2024, sqae099, https://doi-org.libproxy.ucl.ac.uk/10.1093/isq/sqae099
Published: 11 July 2024
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Daniel McDowell and others
International Studies Quarterly, Volume 68, Issue 3, September 2024, sqae100, https://doi-org.libproxy.ucl.ac.uk/10.1093/isq/sqae100
Published: 10 July 2024
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Margaret E Peters and others
International Studies Quarterly, Volume 68, Issue 3, September 2024, sqae084, https://doi-org.libproxy.ucl.ac.uk/10.1093/isq/sqae084
Published: 05 July 2024