Daniel S. Masters
Major Fields: Comparative Politics, International Relations, Research Methods.
There are 4 included publications by Daniel S. Masters :
|Assessing military intervention and democratization:
||Democratization is a common foreign policy goal for established democratic states and has been promoted by a variety of tools from sanctions to military force. Research, to data has been ambiguous with regards to the success of military intervention ...
|The origin of terrorist threats: Religious, separatist, or something else?
||Recent studies indicate that the number of terrorist incidents is declining while their lethality is increasing. This trend in casualty rates has raised the rhetoric on terrorism leading to claims that a new form of terrorism has emerged over the las...
|Prospecting for war: 9/11 and selling the Iraq War
||Current literature on the foreign policy process focuses almost entirely on elite packaging of foreign policy prospects with little or no attention on why the general population may accept or reject those options. Thus, a more complete understanding ...
|State legitimacy and terrorism
||Studies that focus on the causes of terrorism often overlook the issue of legitimacy. Ehud Sprinzak first spoke about the relationship between legitimacy and terrorism to explain why mobilized groups transition from political opposition movements to ...