Peaceful Parties and Puzzling Personalists

@article{Peceny2003PeacefulPA,
  title={Peaceful Parties and Puzzling Personalists},
  author={M. Peceny and Caroline C. Beer},
  journal={American Political Science Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={97},
  pages={339 - 342}
}
Reiter and Stam advance the study of the conflict behavior of authoritarian regimes in two ways. First, they clearly demonstrate the importance of using directed dyad data sets for studying mixed pairs of political regimes. Second, they have refocused our attention on the question of decisional constraints and international conflict. This response examines the dispute patterns of a specific mixed pair of authoritarian regimes, single-party regimes, and personalist dictatorships. We find that… Expand
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