Alexander Dukalskis
Alexander Dukalskis
Assistant Professor, University College Dublin, School of Politics & International Relations
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The authoritarian public sphere: Legitimation and autocratic power in North Korea, Burma, and China
A Dukalskis
Routledge, 2017
Old truths and new politics: Does truth commission ‘publicness’ impact democratization?
LK Taylor, A Dukalskis
Journal of Peace Research 49 (5), 671-684, 2012
What autocracies say (and what citizens hear): Proposing four mechanisms of autocratic legitimation
A Dukalskis, J Gerschewski
Contemporary Politics 23 (3), 251-268, 2017
Interactions in Transition: How Truth Commissions and Trials Complement or Constrain Each Other
A Dukalskis
International Studies Review 13 (3), 432-451, 2011
Stateness problems or regime unification? Explaining obstacles to democratization in Burma/Myanmar
A Dukalskis
Democratization 16 (5), 945-968, 2009
Legitimating totalitarianism: Melodrama and mass politics in North Korean film
A Dukalskis, Z Hooker
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 44 (1), 53-62, 2011
Canary in the coal mine? China, the UNGA, and the changing world order
S Brazys, A Dukalskis
Review of International Studies 43 (4), 742-764, 2017
Measuring acceptance of international enforcement of human rights: The United States, Asia, and the International Criminal Court
A Dukalskis, RC Johansen
Human Rights Quarterly, 569-597, 2013
North Korea’s shadow economy: A force for authoritarian resilience or corrosion?
A Dukalskis
Europe-Asia Studies 68 (3), 487-507, 2016
Why Do Some Insurgent Groups Agree to Cease-Fires While Others Do Not? A Within-Case Analysis of Burma/Myanmar, 1948–2011
A Dukalskis
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 38 (10), 841-863, 2015
Myanmar’s double transition: Political liberalization and the peace process
A Dukalskis
Asian Survey 57 (4), 716-737, 2017
Transitional justice in Burma/Myanmar: Crossnational patterns and domestic context
A Dukalskis
Irish Studies in International Affairs 26, 83-97, 2015
Grassroots Image Management: Confucius Institutes and Media Perceptions of China
S Brazys, A Dukalskis
AidData Working Paper, 2019
Failure of authoritarian learning: explaining Burma/Myanmar’s electoral system
A Dukalskis, CD Raymond
Democratization 25 (3), 545-563, 2018
Adapting or Freezing? Ideological Reactions of communist regimes to a Post-communist World
A Dukalskis, J Gerschewski
Government and Opposition, 1-22, 2018
Northeast Asia and the International Criminal Court: Measuring normative disposition
A Dukalskis
Journal of East Asian Studies 17 (1), 29-50, 2017
How the internet can reinforce authoritarian regimes: The case of North Korea
J Gerschewski, A Dukalskis
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs 19, 12-19, 2018
„Comprehensive Peace Agreement: How is it Defined and Why Does It Matter?”, Peace Accords Matrix
L Vanderzee, L Taylor, A Dukalskis, A Gottlieb-McHale, C Sullivan
Justifying power: when autocracies talk about themselves and their opponents
A Dukalskis, C Patane
Contemporary Politics 25 (4), 457-478, 2019
Building Bridges or Breaking Bonds? The Belt and Road Initiative and Foreign Aid Competition
KC Vadlamannati, Y Li, SR Brazys, A Dukalskis
The Belt and Road Initiative and Foreign Aid Competition (February 5, 2019), 2019
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