Michael C. Marshall presented the following pieces on rebel party behavior in office at the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) 76th Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois, on 5 – 8 April 2018:
- “Adopting Counter-Revolution: A Patron-Client Analysis of Strategic Repression by Rebel Parties in Office”
- “Rebel in Chief: Patronal Politics and Risk-Acceptant Foreign Policy in Post-Settlement Systems.”
He was also involved in two coauthored projects presented at MPSA:
- “Are former rebel parties more likely to use violence during elections?” with John Ishiyama and Brandon M. Stewart
- “Peacekeeping Mandates and Rebel Party Survival” with Ashely Streat
Visit here for the full program.