Idean Salehyan

Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of North Texas

Idean Salehyan
Email: idean@unt.edu

Research Interests

Guest researcher at CSCW the summer of 2005.

Background

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Publications

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Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Cederman, Lars-Erik; Kristian Skrede Gleditsch; Idean Salehyan; & Julian Wucherpfenning (2013) Transborder Ethnic Kin and Civil War, International Organization 67(2): 389–410.
Cunningham, David; Kristian Skrede Gleditsch & Idean Salehyan (2013) Non-state actors in civil wars: A new dataset, Conflict Management and Peace Science 30(5): 516–531.
Salehyan, Idean;Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede; & Cunningham, David (2011) Explaining External Support for Insurgent Groups , International Organization 66(4): 709–744.
Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede;Cunningham, David; & Salehyan, Idean (2009) It Takes Two: A Dyadic Analysis of Civil War Duration and Outcome , Journal of Conflict Resolution 53(4): 570–597.
Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede;Salehyan, Idean; & Schultz, Kenneth (2008) Fighting at Home, Fighting Abroad: How Civil Wars Lead to International Disputes , Journal of Conflict Resolution 52(4): 479–506.

Monograph

Salehyan, Idean (2009) Rebels Without Borders: Transnational Insurgencies in World Politics. New York, NY: Cornell University Press.

Book Chapter

Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede; & Salehyan, Idean(2008) Civil War and Interstate Disputes Resources, Governance and Civil Conflict. : (58–76).

Conference Paper

Cunningham, David;Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede; & Salehyan, Idean 2009 The Enemy of My Enemy Deserves My Support: Transnational Support for Insurgent Groups, presented at American Political Science Association, , 4 September.

Report - External Series

Salehyan, Idean; Ragnhild Nordås; & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2007) Climate Change and Conflict: The Migration Link, Coping with Crisis Working Paper Series. New York: International Peace Academy.