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Atsushi Tago
Atsushi Tago
Professor of International Relations, School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
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Explaining the onset of mass killing, 1949—87
FW Wayman, A Tago
Journal of Peace Research 47 (1), 3-13, 2010
1252010
Why do states join US-led military coalitions?: The compulsion of the coalition's missions and legitimacy
A Tago
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 7 (2), 179-202, 2007
902007
When Are Democratic Friends Unreliable? The Unilateral Withdrawal of Troops from theCoalition of the Willing'
A Tago
Journal of Peace Research 46 (2), 219-234, 2009
772009
Determinants of multilateralism in US use of force: State of economy, election cycle, and divided government
A Tago
Journal of Peace Research 42 (5), 585-604, 2005
682005
An ‘A’for effort: Experimental evidence on UN Security Council engagement and support for US military action in Japan
A Tago, M Ikeda
British Journal of Political Science 45 (2), 391-410, 2015
482015
Political leadership changes and the withdrawal from military coalition operations, 1946–2001
U Pilster, T Böhmelt, A Tago
International Studies Perspectives 16 (4), 463-483, 2015
382015
Seeing the Lexus for the olive trees? Public opinion, economic interdependence, and interstate conflict
S Tanaka, A Tago, KS Gleditsch
International Interactions 43 (3), 375-396, 2017
352017
The differentiation of security forces and the onset of genocidal violence
U Pilster, T Böhmelt, A Tago
Armed Forces & Society 42 (1), 26-50, 2016
322016
Why Buy American? The International Politics of Fighter Jet Transfers
S Vucetic, A Tago
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2015
322015
To denounce, or not to denounce: Survey experiments on diplomatic quarrels
S Kohama, K Inamasu, A Tago
Political Communication 34 (2), 243-260, 2017
272017
Public diplomacy and foreign policy
A Tago
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2017
262017
Is there an aid-for-participation deal?: US economic and military aid policy to coalition forces (non) participants
A Tago
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 8 (3), 379-398, 2008
252008
Winning over foreign domestic support for use of force: power of diplomatic and operational multilateralism
M Ikeda, A Tago
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 14 (2), 303-324, 2014
232014
Social dominance orientation as an obstacle to intergroup apology
N Mifune, K Inamasu, S Kohama, Y Ohtsubo, A Tago
PloS one 14 (1), e0211379, 2019
202019
Too many problems at home to help you: Domestic disincentives for military coalition participation
A Tago
International Area Studies Review 17 (3), 262-278, 2014
172014
The “only choice” Canadian and Japanese F-35 decisions compared
A Tago, S Vucetic
International Journal 68 (1), 131-149, 2013
162013
38 seconds above the 38th parallel: how short video clips produced by the US military can promote alignment despite antagonism between Japan and Korea
Y Asaba, KS Hahn, S Jang, T Kobayashi, A Tago
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 20 (2), 253-273, 2020
102020
Negative surprise in UN Security Council authorization: Do the UK and French vetoes influence the general public’s support of US military action?
N Matsumura, A Tago
Journal of Peace Research 56 (3), 395-409, 2019
102019
Predicting the Horizontal Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
T Atsushi, SJ David
Kobe University law review 45, 51-68, 2011
10*2011
Revisiting negative externalities of US military bases: the case of Okinawa
T Hikotani, Y Horiuchi, A Tago
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 23 (2), 325-349, 2023
92023
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