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User:Stephen Long

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I am a political scientist specializing in international relations (international conflict and international security). My Ph.D. is from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I am currently assistant professor at Kansas State University, a large public research university in Manhattan, Kansas. I teach courses on international relations, international conflict, and security studies. I also occasionally teach a course on Latin American Politics.

View my professional web page for more information on my research, background, and professional activities.

Recent Publications

“Reputation, History and War” (with Mark J.C. Crescenzi and Jacob D. Kathman). Forthcoming. Journal of Peace Research.

“Democracy and Military Effectiveness: A Deeper Look” (with Stephen D. Biddle). 2004. Journal of Conflict Resolution 48:4 (August), pp. 525-546.

“Time Present and Time Past: Rivalry and the Duration of Interstate Wars, 1846- 1985.” 2003. International Interactions 29:3 (July–September), pp. 215-236.

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