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Bell, Sam K. Chad Clay, and Amanda Murdie. 2012. "Neighborhood Watch: Spatial Effects of Human Rights INGOs” Journal of Politics.74(2): 1-16.
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Berkowitz, Dan, and Douglas Beach. 1993. “News Sources and News Context: The Effect of Routine News, Conflict and Proximity.” Journalism Quarterly 70(1): 4-12.
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Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo. 2001. White Supremacy and Racism in the Post-Civil Rights Era. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Booth, Bradford, Meyer Kestnbaum and David R. Segal. 2001. “Are Post-Cold War Militaries Postmodern?” Armed Forces and Society 27(3): 319-342
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Carey, Sabine and Steve Poe, eds. 2004. Understanding Human Rights Violations. New York: Ashgate.
Carey, Sabine, Neil Mitchell and Will Lowe. 2013. “States, the Security Sector, and the Monopoly of Violence.” Journal of Peace Research 50(2): 249-258.
Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace and the Legal Resources Foundation. 1999. Breaking the Silence, Building True Peace: A Report on the Disturbances in Matabeleland and the Midlands, 1980–1988. Harare, Zimbabwe: Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace and the Legal Resources Foundation.
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Cheibub, José Antonio, Jennifer Gandhi, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2010. “Democracy and Dictatorship Revisited.” Public Choice 143(2-1): 67-101.
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Chenoweth, Erica, and Orion Lewis. 2013. ‘‘Unpacking Nonviolent Campaigns: Introducing the NAVCO 2.0 Data.’’ Journal of Peace Research 50 (3) (May): 415-23.
Chenoweth, Erica, and Jay Ulfelder. 2015. "Can Structural Conditions Explain the Onset of Nonviolent Uprisings?" Journal of Conflict Resolution: 1-27.
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