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Civil War as State-Making: Strategic Governance in Civil War
  • M. Stewart
  • Political Science
  • International Organization
  • 20 November 2017
Abstract Why do some rebel groups provide governance inclusively while most others do not? Some insurgencies divert critical financial and personnel resources to provide benefits to anyone, includingExpand
Do Good Borders Make Good Rebels? Territorial Control and Civilian Casualties
How does the location of rebel-held territory shape insurgent relations with civilians? We argue that when rebel groups control territory domestically, they are strongly incentivized to cultivateExpand
Mass protests and the resource curse: The politics of demobilization in rentier autocracies
Why are some dictators more successful at demobilizing protest movements than others? Repression sometimes stamps out protest movements (Bahrain in 2011) but can also cause a backlash (Egypt andExpand
Civil War as State Building: The Determinants of Insurgent Public Goods Provision
Why do some rebel groups provide public goods while others do not? Some insurgencies divert critical financial and personnel resources to provide benefits to anyone, including non-supporters (e.g.Expand
The Eritrean Liberation Struggle
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