Hyeran Jo
Hyeran Jo
Associate Professor of Political Science, Texas A&M University
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Can the International Criminal Court Deter Atrocity?
H Jo, BA Simmons
International Organization, 443-475, 2016
1532016
Compliant Rebels
H Jo
Cambridge University Press, 2015
1492015
Dispute settlement mechanisms in preferential trade agreements: Democracy, boilerplates, and the multilateral trade regime
H Jo, H Namgung
Journal of Conflict Resolution 56 (6), 1041-1068, 2012
712012
Compliance with the laws of war: Dataset and coding rules
JD Morrow, H Jo
Conflict Management and Peace Science 23 (1), 91-113, 2006
422006
Legitimacy and compliance with international law: Access to detainees in civil conflicts, 1991-2006
H Jo, CP Thomson
British Journal of Political Science, 323-355, 2014
332014
Taming of the warlords: Commitment and compliance by armed opposition groups in civil wars
H Jo, K Bryant
CAMBRIDGE STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 126 (1), 239-258, 2013
272013
Does the United States Need a New East Asian Anchor? The Case for US-Japan-Korea Trilateralism
H Jo, J Mo
asia policy, 67-100, 2010
152010
Measuring norms and normative contestation: the case of international criminal law
BA Simmons, H Jo
Journal of Global Security Studies 4 (1), 18-36, 2019
102019
Monitoring Compliance: The Design of Monitoring Institutions in International Cooperation.
H Jo
82008
Fighting the Hydra: United Nations sanctions and rebel groups
M Radtke, H Jo
Journal of Peace Research 55 (6), 759-773, 2018
52018
Compliance with International Humanitarian Law by Non-State Armed Groups: How Can It Be Improved?
H Jo
Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law Volume 19, 2016, 63-88, 2018
52018
Can the International Criminal Court Deter Atrocity?—CORRIGENDUM
H Jo, BA Simmons
International organization 71 (2), 419-421, 2017
52017
Peace, justice and the International Criminal Court: A preliminary assessment of the ICC’s impact
H Jo, B Simmons
Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, 1-4, 2012
42012
Who Is a Rebel? Typology and Rebel Groups in the Contemporary Middle East
H Jo, R Dvir, Y Isidori
Middle East-Topics & Arguments 6, 76-86, 2016
32016
Assessing the International Criminal Court
H Jo, M Radtke, BA Simmons
The Performance of International Courts and Tribunals, 19-04, 2018
12018
Taming of the Warlords. International Humanitarian Organizations in Conflict Zones
H Jo
Workshop ‘The Power of Human Rights–Ten Years After’University of Wyoming, 2009
12009
Signaling restraint: international engagement and rebel groups’ commitment to international law
H Jo, JK Alley, Y Park, S Jordan
International Interactions, 1-27, 2021
2021
Conflict Actors and the International Criminal Court in Colombia
H Jo, BA Simmons, M Radtke
Journal of International Criminal Justice, 2020
2020
International Humanitarian Law on the Periphery: Case of Non-state Armed Actors
H Jo
Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 11 (1), 97-115, 2020
2020
Can Blacklisting Reduce Terrorist Attacks?
H Jo, B Phillips, J Alley
The Power of Global Performance Indicators, 271, 2020
2020
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