Jason E. Strakes, Ph.D.

2008 The Claremont Graduate University 
International Law and Relations, Geography
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Lewis Snider grad student 2008 The Claremont Graduate University
 (The evolution of state systems: A comparative analysis of state formation and conflict processes in developing regions.)
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Strakes JE. (2013) Situating the 'balanced foreign policy': The role of system structure in azerbaijan's multi-vector diplomacy Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 15: 37-67
Strakes JE. (2013) Political opposition, external threats, and elite responses: Analyzing domestic security policy in post-rose revolution Georgia Defense and Security Analysis. 29: 308-322
Strakes JE. (2011) The "omnibalancing" proposition and Baghdad's foreign policy: Reinterpreting contemporary Iraq-Iran-US relations Mediterranean Quarterly. 22: 95-108
Strakes JE. (2011) Between two masters: Khuzestan, southern Iraq, and dualities of state making in the Arab/Persian Gulf Arab World Geographer. 14: 336-361
Strakes JE. (2009) Current political complexities of the Iraqi Turkmen Iran and the Caucasus. 13: 365-382
Strakes JE. (2007) Fourth generation conflict? Local social formations and insurgences in post-Ba'ath Iraq Journal of Third World Studies. 24: 27-44
Snider LW, Strakes JE. (2006) Modeling Middle East security: A formal assessment of regional responses to the Iraq war Conflict Management and Peace Science. 23: 211-226
Strakes J. (2005) The Social Context of War and Peace International Studies Review. 7: 475-477
Strakes JE. (2005) In Response to “Myths about Political Science” Ps Political Science & Politics. 38: 5-5
Oren I, Ozminkowski M, Strakes JE. (2005) Is political science really young? Ps - Political Science and Politics. 38: 3-5
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