Songying Fang
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The informational role of international institutions and domestic politics
S Fang
American Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 304-321, 2008
To concede or to resist? The restraining effect of military alliances
S Fang, JC Johnson, BA Leeds
International Organization 68 (4), 775-809, 2014
International institutions and credible commitment of non-democracies
S Fang, E Owen
The Review of International Organizations 6 (2), 141-162, 2011
International organizations as policy advisors
S Fang, RW Stone
International organization 66 (4), 537-569, 2012
Compromised peacebuilding
M Barnett, S Fang, C Zürcher
International Studies Quarterly 58 (3), 608-620, 2014
The strategic use of international institutions in dispute settlement
S Fang
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 5 (2), 107-131, 2010
Mixed signals: IMF lending and capital markets
T Chapman, S Fang, X Li, RW Stone
British Journal of Political Science 47 (2), 329-349, 2015
Outside options and burden sharing in nonbinding alliances
S Fang, KW Ramsay
Political Research Quarterly 63 (1), 188-202, 2010
New alignments? the geopolitics of gas and oil cartels and the changing Middle East
S Fang, AM Jaffe, T Temzelides
J. Econ. Energy Environ. Policy 3 (1), 2012
Historical ownership and territorial indivisibility
S Fang, X Li
Tech. rep. working paper, Rice University, 2016
Institutional Opposition, Regime Accountability, and International Conflict
D Chiba, S Fang
The Journal of Politics 76 (3), 798-813, 2014
Gauging Chinese Public Support for China’s Role in Peacekeeping
S Fang, F Sun
The Chinese Journal of International Politics 12 (2), 179-201, 2019
Will of the Minority: Rule of Four on the United States Supreme Court
S Fang, TR Johnson, JM Roberts
Available at SSRN 998492, 2007
China’s evolving motivations and goals in UN peacekeeping participation
S Fang, X Li, F Sun
International Journal 73 (3), 464-473, 2018
Territorial Indivisibility and Domestic Preference for Dispute Resolution: Evidence from Japan
S Fang, X Li, A Tago, D Chiba
American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2017
Territorial indivisibility and public preference for dispute resolution: Evidence from Japan
S Fang, X Li, A Tago, D Chiba
Working paper (https://www. songyingfang. com/uploads/1/1/7/9/11792230 …, 2019
Policy Convergence in Times of Crisis: How International Institutions Exert Influence Through Domestic Experts
S Fang, R Stone
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
Electoral Incentives and the Pacific Effect of International Institutions
S Fang
Understanding American Public Opinion toward US Military Intervention
S Fang, J Oestman
Institutional Opposition, Regime Responsiveness, and International Conflict
D Chiba, S Fang
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