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Harold Ickes Letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt, June 25, 1941. 

FDR Presidential Library and Museum

Journal Article - International Security

Archives and Inference: Documentary Evidence in Case Study Research and the Debate over U.S. Entry into World War II

    Author:
  • Christopher Darnton
| Winter 2017/18

International relations scholars increasingly rely on primary documents, including those found during archival research. How can they do so most effectively?

Bosnia President Alija Izetbegovic, left, shakes hands with Croatia President Franjo Tudjman in Dayton, Ohio, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1995.

AP Photo/Joe Marquette

Journal Article - International Security

How Civil Wars End: The International System, Norms, and the Role of External Actors

| Winter 2017/18

Historically, most civil wars have ended with the military defeat of the losing side. In the 1990s, by contrast, civil wars usually ended with a negotiated settlement. What accounts for this anomaly?