Erik Voeten
Erik Voeten
Professor School of Foreign Service and Government, Georgetown University
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Clashes in the Assembly
E Voeten
International organization, 185-215, 2000
Estimating dynamic state preferences from United Nations voting data
MA Bailey, A Strezhnev, E Voeten
Journal of Conflict Resolution 61 (2), 430-456, 2017
The political origins of the UN Security Council's ability to legitimize the use of force
E Voeten
International Organization, 527-557, 2005
Outside options and the logic of Security Council action
E Voeten
American Political Science Review, 845-858, 2001
The cost of shame: International organizations and foreign aid in the punishing of human rights violators
JH Lebovic, E Voeten
Journal of Peace Research 46 (1), 79-97, 2009
The impartiality of international judges: Evidence from the European Court of Human Rights
E Voeten
American Political Science Review, 417-433, 2008
The politics of shame: the condemnation of country human rights practices in the UNCHR
JH Lebovic, E Voeten
International Studies Quarterly 50 (4), 861-888, 2006
United Nations general assembly voting data
E Voeten, A Merdzanovic
Resisting the lonely superpower: Responses of states in the United Nations to US dominance
E Voeten
The Journal of Politics 66 (3), 729-754, 2004
Analyzing roll calls with perfect spatial voting: France 1946–1958
H Rosenthal, E Voeten
American Journal of Political Science 48 (3), 620-632, 2004
Data and analyses of voting in the United Nations General Assembly
E Voeten
Routledge handbook of international organization, 54-66, 2013
International courts as agents of legal change: Evidence from LGBT rights in Europe
LR Helfer, E Voeten
International Organization, 77-110, 2014
United Nations general assembly voting data
A Strezhnev, E Voeten
IQSS Dataverse Network (http://thedata. harvard. edu/dvn/dv/Voeten/faces …, 2013
Precedent in international courts: A network analysis of case citations by the European court of human rights
Y Lupu, E Voeten
British Journal of Political Science, 413-439, 2012
Public opinion, the war in Iraq, and presidential accountability
E Voeten, PR Brewer
Journal of Conflict Resolution 50 (6), 809-830, 2006
The politics of international judicial appointments: Evidence from the European Court of Human Rights
E Voeten
International Organization, 669-701, 2007
Public opinion and the legitimacy of international courts
E Voeten
Theoretical Inquiries in Law 14 (2), 411-436, 2013
Borrowing and nonborrowing among international courts
E Voeten
The Journal of Legal Studies 39 (2), 547-576, 2010
Political competition in the European Parliament: evidence from roll call and survey analyses
JJA Thomassen, AG Noury, E Voeten
European integration and political conflict, 141-164, 2004
The politics of international judicial appointments
E Voeten
Chi. J. Int'l L. 9, 387, 2008
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