Shale  Horowitz, PhD

Shale Horowitz, PhD

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Professor, Political Science

Expertise: Russia-UkraineInternational ConflictPoliticalRussiaUkraine

Dr. Horowitz can discuss political calculations and decision-making behind the Russia-Ukraine crisis. He researches and writes about international conflict.  

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Sources of post-communist party system consolidation: Ideology versus institutions

59

2005

Government turnover: Concepts, measures and applications

57

2009

War after communism: effects on political and economic reform in the former Soviet Union and Yugoslavia

55

2003

The political economy of international financial crisis: interest groups, ideologies, and institutions

47

2001

From ethnic conflict to stillborn reform: the former Soviet Union and Yugoslavia

37

2005

Explaining regional economic policies in China: interest groups, institutions, and identities

35

2002

Human Rights and Societies in Transition

32

2004

China's Grand Strategy, the Korean Nuclear Crisis, and the Six‐Party Talks

27

2006

The Jewish exodus from the new South Africa: Realities and implications

27

2001

Identity and Change in East Asian Conflicts

23

2007

Sources of post-communist democratization: Economic structure, political culture, war, and political institutions

23

2003

The Balance of Power: Formal Perfection and Practical Flaws

23

2001

Restarting globalization after World War II: Structure, coalitions, and the cold war

20

2004

Explaining post-Soviet ethnic conflicts: Using regime type to discern the impact and relative importance of objective antecedents

20

2001

Turnover in power as a restraint on investing in influence: Evidence from the postcommunist transition

18

2010

Holding China’s west: explaining CCP strategies of rule in Tibet and Xinjiang

17

2015

Political alternation as a restraint on investing in influence: Evidence from the post-communist transition

17

2008

Democracies fighting ethnic insurgencies: Evidence from India

17

2008

Structural sources of post-communist market reform: economic structure, political culture, and war

17

2004

Conflict in Asia: Korea, China-Taiwan, and India-Pakistan

16

2003

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