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Aubone, Amber. 2013. “Explaining U.S. Unilateral Military Intervention in Civil Conflicts: A Review of the Literature,” International Politics, vol. 50, pp. 278-302.

Baba, Gurol and Stephen Slotter. 2012. “Successful Peacekeeping by Regional Organizations: Necessarily Hybrid,” Review of International Law and Politics (Uluslararası Hukuk ve Politika), vol. 10, pp. 1-28.

Beardsley, Kyle. 2011. “Peacekeeping and the Contagion of Armed Conflict,” The Journal of Politics, vol. 73 (4), pp. 1051-1064.

Beardsley, Kyle. 2013. “The UN at the Peacemaking-Peacebuilding Nexus,” Conflict Management & Peace Science, vol. 30 (4), pp. 369-386.

Beardsley, Kyle and Holger Schmidt. 2012. “Following the Flag or Following the Charter?  Examining the Determinants of UN Involvement in International Crises, 1945-2002,” International Studies Quarterly, vol. 56 (1), pp. 33-49.

Biddle, Stephen, Jeffrey A. Friedman, and Stephen Long. 2012. “Civil War Intervention and the Problem of Iraq,” International Studies Quarterly, vol. 56, pp. 85-98.

Bokern, Friedrich, Sofia Lemmetyinen, Vincent Legrand, and Brigitte Marechal. 2009. “From Dialogue to Peacebuilding? Prospectives for the Engagement of Religious Actors by the European Union and the European People’s Party,” Centre for European Studies (CES) research paper.

Cook, Christopher R. 2008. “A Question of Intervention: American Policymaking in Sierra Leone and the Power of Institutional Agenda Setting,” African Studies Quarterly, vol. 10 (1), pp. 1-33.

Costalli, Stefano. 2013. “Does Peacekeeping Work? A Disaggregated Analysis of Deployment and Violence Reduction in the Bosnia War,” British Journal of Political Science, vol. 44, pp. 357-380.

Duque, Juan Carlos, Michael Jetter, and Santiago Sosa. 2014. “UN Interventions: The Role of Geography, IZA Discussion Paper, No. 8052.

Findley, Michael G. and Josiah F. Marineau. 2015. “Lootable Resources and Third-Party Intervention into Civil Wars,” Conflict Management and Peace Science, vol. 32 (5), pp. 465-486.

Fortna, Virginia Page and Lise Morje Howard. 2008. “Pitfalls and Prospects in the Peacekeeping Literature,” Annual Review of Political Science, vol. 11, pp. 283-301.

Fox, Jonathan, Patrick James, and Yiyan Li. 2009. “Religious Affinities and International Intervention in Ethnic Conflicts in the Middle East and Beyond,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, vol. 42 (1), pp. 161-186.

Gilligan, Michael J. and Ernest J. Sergenti. 2008. “Do UN Interventions Cause Peace? Using Matching to Improve Causal Inference,” Quarterly Journal of Political Science, vol. 3, pp, 89-122.

Hultman, Lisa. 2013. “UN Peace Operations and Protection of Civilians: Cheap Talk or Norm Implementation,” Journal of Peace Research, vol. 50 (1), pp. 59-73.

Hultman, Lisa, Jacob Kathman, and Megan Shannon. 2014. “Beyond Keeping Peace: United Nations Effectiveness in the Midst of Fighting,” American Political Science Review, vol. 108 (4), pp. 737-753.

Kathman, Jacob D. 2013. “United Nations Peacekeeping Personnel Commitments, 1990-2011,” Conflict Management & Peace Science, vol. 30 (5), pp. 532-549.

Melander, Erik. 2009. “Selected to Go Where Murderers Lurk?  The Preventive Effect of Peacekeeping on Mass Killings of Civilians,” Conflict Management & Peace Science, vol. 26 (4), pp. 389-406.

Mullenbach, Mark J. 2005. “Deciding to Keep Peace: An Analysis of International Influences on the Establishment of Third-Party Peacekeeping Missions,” International Studies Quarterly, vol. 49, pp. 529-555.

Mullenbach, Mark J. 2006. “Reconstructing Strife-Torn Societies: Third-Party Peacebuilding in Intrastate Disputes,” in Conflict Prevention and Peace-building in Post-War Societies: Sustaining the Peace, edited by T. David Mason and James D. Meernik, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 53-80.

Mullenbach, Mark J. and Gerard P. Matthews. 2008. “Deciding to Intervene: An Analysis of International and Domestic Influences on United States Interventions in Intrastate Disputes,” International Interactions, vol. 34, pp. 25-52.

Mullenbach, Mark J. 2013. “Third-Party Peacekeeping in Intrastate Disputes, 1946-2012: A New Data Set,” Midsouth Political Science Review, vol. 14, pp. 103-133.

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Perkins, Richard and Eric Neumayer. 2008. “Extra-Territorial Interventions in Conflict Spaces: Explaining the Geographies of Post-Cold War Peacekeeping,” Political Geography, vol. 27 (8), pp. 895-914.

Rost, Nicolas and J. Michael Greig. 2011. “Taking Matters Into Their Own Hands: An Analysis of the Determinants of State-Conducted Peacekeeping in Civil Wars,” Journal of Peace Research, vol. 48 (2), pp. 171-184.

Sousa, Ricardo Real P. 2015. “External Interventions in Post-Cold War Africa, 1989-2010,” International Interactions, vol. 41 (4), pp. 621-647.

Svensson, Emma. “Building Peace and Democracy: Liberalization and Institutionalization in Cambodia and Timor-Leste,” Department of Political Science, Lund University.

Tiernay, Michael. 2015. “Which Comes First?  Unpacking the Relationship Between Peace Agreements and Peacekeeping Missions,” Conflict Management & Peace Science, vol. 32 (2), pp. 135-152.

Zakopalova, Dagmar. 2011. “Effect of Regionalization on the Allocation of Third-Party Peace Operations,” Defence & Strategy (Obrana A Strategie), pp. 32-52.