Peter J. Schraeder

Political Science Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
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Schumacher MJ, Schraeder PJ. (2020) A ‘Tale of two Jihadis’? Improperly conflating terrorists and foreign fighters in the Arab spring Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression. 12: 118-139
Schraeder PJ, Schumacher MJ. (2020) Collective Action, Foreign Fighting, and the Global Struggle for the Islamic State Democracy and Security. 16: 234-259
Doherty D, Schraeder PJ, Dobbs KL. (2019) Do democratic revolutions ‘activate’ participants? The case of Tunisia Politics. 40: 170-188
Schumacher MJ, Schraeder PJ. (2019) The evolving impact of violent non-state actors on North African foreign policies during the Arab Spring: insurgent groups, terrorists and foreign fighters The Journal of North African Studies. 24: 682-703
Dobbs KL, Schraeder PJ. (2019) Evolving role of North African civil society actors in the foreign policymaking process: youth, women’s, labour and human rights organisations The Journal of North African Studies. 24: 661-681
Schraeder PJ. (2019) Aspiring to the ‘gatekeeper role’ in the realm of foreign policy? The North African Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Arab Spring era The Journal of North African Studies. 24: 599-617
Schraeder PJ, Endless B, Schumacher MJ, et al. (2019) Revolutionary diplomats? Introduction to the study of North African foreign policies within the context of the Arab Spring The Journal of North African Studies. 24: 540-557
Schumacher MJ, Schraeder PJ. (2019) Does Domestic Political Instability Foster Terrorism? Global Evidence from the Arab Spring Era (2011–14) Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. 1-25
Doherty D, Schraeder PJ. (2018) Social Signals and Participation in the Tunisian Revolution The Journal of Politics. 80: 675-691
Schraeder PJ. (2015) Rendering unto caesar? State regulation of religion and the role of catholicism in democratic transitions and consolidation in predominantly catholic countries Democracy, Culture, Catholicism: Voices From Four Continents. 297-309
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