Benjamin Valentino
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Final solutions
BA Valentino
Final Solutions, 2013
" Draining the Sea": Mass Killing and Guerrilla Warfare
B Valentino, P Huth, D Balch-Lindsay
International organization, 375-407, 2004
Covenants without the sword international law and the protection of civilians in times of war
B Valentino, P Huth, S Croco
World Politics 58 (3), 339-377, 2006
Why we kill: The political science of political violence against civilians
BA Valentino
Annual Review of Political Science 17, 89-103, 2014
Atomic aversion: Experimental evidence on taboos, traditions, and the non-use of nuclear weapons
DG Press, SD Sagan, BA Valentino
American Political Science Review, 188-206, 2013
A war of one's own: Understanding the gender gap in support for war
DJ Brooks, BA Valentino
Public Opinion Quarterly 75 (2), 270-286, 2011
Bear any burden? How democracies minimize the costs of war
BA Valentino, PK Huth, SE Croco
The Journal of Politics 72 (2), 528-544, 2010
Lost in transition: A critical analysis of power transition theory
RN Lebow, B Valentino
International Relations 23 (3), 389-410, 2009
The true costs of humanitarian intervention-the hard truth about a noble notion
BA Valentino
Foreign Aff. 90, 60, 2011
Assessing risks of state-sponsored mass killing
J Ulfelder, B Valentino
Available at SSRN 1703426, 2008
Revisiting Hiroshima in Iran: What Americans really think about using nuclear weapons and killing noncombatants
SD Sagan, BA Valentino
International Security 42 (1), 41-79, 2017
Final solutions: the causes of mass killing and genocide
B Valentino
Security Studies 9 (3), 1-59, 2000
Still standing by: why America and the international community fail to prevent genocide and mass killing
BA Valentino
Perspectives on politics 1 (3), 565-578, 2003
Sustainable Security: Rethinking American National Security Strategy
J Suri, BA Valentino
Oxford University Press, 2016
An inflated view of the facts? How preferences and predispositions shape conspiracy beliefs about the Deflategate scandal
JM Carey, B Nyhan, B Valentino, M Liu
Research & Politics 3 (3), 2053168016668671, 2016
What do Americans really think about conflict with nuclear North Korea? The answer is both reassuring and disturbing
AR Haworth, SD Sagan, BA Valentino
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 75 (4), 179-186, 2019
Not just a war theory: American public opinion on ethics in combat
SD Sagan, BA Valentino
International Studies Quarterly 62 (3), 548-561, 2018
Mass killing of civilians in time of war, 1945–2000
P Huth, B Valentino
Peace and Conflict 2008, 79-92, 2020
The nuclear weapons ban treaty: Opportunities lost
S Sagan, BA Valentino
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 16, 2017
Time to offshore our troops
E Gholz, DG Press, B Valentino
New York Times, 2006
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