Columbia International Affairs Online: Working Papers

Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics, University of Pennsylvania


The Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics at the University of Pennsylvania supports a variety of entries, periodic “great debates” on important contemporary issues in world politics, conferences and research seminars, and publication of a working papers series. Penn’s Center for International Politics (CIP) will also invite outstanding senior and junior scholars and experienced practitioners to participate as visiting or post-doctoral fellows.

Working Papers

Title: Big Business and the Wealth of South Africa: Policy Issues in the Transition from Apartheid
Authors: Andrea E. Goldstein
Date: December 2000

Title: Balances of Power versus Balancing: A Conceptual Analysis
Authors: Susan B. Martin
Date: May 1999

Title: The "Republic of Kosova" (1989-1998) and the Resolution of Ethno-Separatist Conflict
Authors: Andrew March, Rudra Sil
Date: January 1999

Title: Evaluating Fdi-Led Development: The Celtic (Paper?) Tiger
Authors: Eileen M. Doherty
Date: January 1998

Title: Hegemony and the Riddle of Nationalism: The Dialectics of Political Identity in the Middle East
Authors: Ian Lustick
Date: July 1997

Title: Domestic Structures and Democratic Foreign Policy: Peacemaking After World War II
Authors: Norrin Ripsman
Date: July 1997

Title: Distant Gains: When Do States Make Choices for the Long Term?
Authors: G. John Ikenberry
Date: July 1997

Title: Great Expectations: Interpreting China's Arrival
Authors: Avery Goldstein
Date: September 1996

Title: Structural Liberalism:The Nature and Sources of Postwar Western Political Order
Authors: Daniel Deudney, G. John Ikenberry
Date: May 1996