Bryan R Early
Bryan R Early
Associate Professor of Political Science, University at Albany, SUNY
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Busted sanctions: Explaining why economic sanctions fail
BR Early
Stanford University Press, 2015
1272015
Sleeping with your friends' enemies: An explanation of sanctions-busting trade
BR Early
International Studies Quarterly 53 (1), 49-71, 2009
982009
Unmasking the black knights: Sanctions busters and their effects on the success of economic sanctions
BR Early
Foreign Policy Analysis 7 (4), 381-402, 2011
842011
" Larger than a party, yet smaller than a state": locating Hezbollah's place within Lebanon's state and society
BR Early
World Affs. 168, 115, 2005
682005
Alliances and trade with sanctioned states: A study of US economic sanctions, 1950–2000
BR Early
Journal of Conflict Resolution 56 (3), 547-572, 2012
552012
Economic sanctions, international institutions, and sanctions busters: When does institutionalized cooperation help sanctioning efforts?
BR Early, R Spice
Foreign policy analysis 11 (3), 339-360, 2015
342015
Exploring the final frontier: An empirical analysis of global civil space proliferation
BR Early
International Studies Quarterly 58 (1), 55-67, 2014
302014
Do sanctions always stigmatize? The effects of economic sanctions on foreign aid
BR Early, A Jadoon
International Interactions 42 (2), 217-243, 2016
292016
Going for the gold: Status-seeking behavior and Olympic performance
JP Rhamey Jr, BR Early
International Area Studies Review 16 (3), 244-261, 2013
282013
Following START: Risk acceptance and the 1991–1992 presidential nuclear initiatives
M Fuhrmann, BR Early
Foreign Policy Analysis 4 (1), 21-43, 2008
282008
Governments, rebels, and the use of child soldiers in internal armed conflicts: A global analysis, 1987–2007
R Tynes, BR Early
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 21 (1), 79-110, 2015
272015
Loss aversion and foreign policy resolve
JD Berejikian, BR Early
Political Psychology 34 (5), 649-671, 2013
242013
Searching in the Shadows: The Impact of Economic Sanctions on Informal Economies
B Early, D Peksen
Political Research Quarterly 72 (4), 821-834, 2019
232019
Acquiring Foreign Nuclear Assistance in the Middle East: Strategic Lessons from the United Arab Emirates
BR Early
Nonproliferation Review 17 (2), 259-280, 2010
232010
Out of the shadows or into the dark? Economic openness, IMF programs, and the growth of shadow economies
RG Blanton, B Early, D Peksen
The Review of International Organizations 13 (2), 309-333, 2018
212018
Complying by denying: Explaining why States develop nonproliferation export controls
DM Stinnett, BR Early, C Horne, J Karreth
International Studies Perspectives 12 (3), 308-326, 2011
182011
Atoms for Terror? Nuclear Programs and Non-Catastrophic Nuclear and Radiological Terrorism
BR Early, M Fuhrmann, Q Li
British Journal of Political Science, 915-936, 2013
16*2013
Still Unjust, Just in Different Ways: How Targeted Sanctions Fall Short of Just War Theory's Principles
BR Early, M Schulzke
International Studies Review 21 (1), 57-80, 2019
152019
Preferences, knowledge, and citizen probability assessments of the terrorism risk of nuclear power
Q Li, M Fuhrmann, BR Early, A Vedlitz
Review of Policy Research 29 (2), 207-227, 2012
112012
Nuclear weapons and existential threats: Insights from a comparative analysis of nuclear-armed states
BR Early, V Asal
Comparative Strategy 33 (4), 303-320, 2014
82014
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