Articles

McManus, Roseanne W. Forthcoming. “Crazy like a Fox? Are Leaders with Reputations for Madness More Successful at International Coercion?” British Journal of Political Science.

Palmer, Glenn, Vito D’Orazio, Michael R. Kenwick, and Roseanne W. McManus. Forthcoming. “Updating the Militarized Interstate Dispute Data: A Response to Gibler, Miller, and Little.” International Studies Quarterly.

Jon C.W. Pevehouse, Timothy Nordstrom, Roseanne W. McManus, and Anne Spencer Jamison. Forthcoming. “Tracking Organizations in the World: The Correlates of War IGO Version 3.0 Datasets.” Journal of Peace Research.

McManus, Roseanne W. 2019. “Revisiting the Madman Theory: Evaluating the Impact of Different Forms of Perceived Madness in Coercive Bargaining.” Security Studies 28(5):976-1009.

McManus, Roseanne W., and Mark David Nieman. 2019. “Identifying Major Power Support Signaled for Protégés: A Latent Measure Approach.” Journal of Peace Research 56(3):364-378.

McManus, Roseanne W. 2018. “Making It Personal: The Role of Leader-Specific Signals in Extended Deterrence.” Journal of Politics 80(3):982-995.

McManus, Roseanne W., and Keren Yarhi-Milo. 2017. “The Logic of ‘Offstage’ Signaling: Domestic Politics, Regime Type, and Major Power-Protégé Relations.” International Organization 71(4):701-733.

McManus, Roseanne W. 2017. “The Impact of Context on the Ability of Leaders to Signal Resolve.” International Interactions 43(3):453-479.

Kydd, Andrew H., and Roseanne W. McManus. 2017. “Threats and Assurances in Crisis Bargaining.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 61(2):325-348.

McManus, Roseanne W. 2014. “Fighting Words: The Effectiveness of Statements of Resolve in International Conflict.” Journal of Peace Research 51(6):726-740.