II Editorial Team

Co-Editors

Michael Colaresi, Michigan State University
Gerald Schneider, University of Konstanz
Editorial offices:
East Lansing:  ii@msu.edu
Konstanz:  international-interactions-konstanz@uni-konstanz.de

Associate Editors

Margit Bussmann, University of Greifswald
Sabine Carey, University of Mannheim
Ben Fordham, Binghamton University
Burçu Savun, University of Pittsburgh

Editorial Board

Benjamin Appel,  Michigan State University
Thomas Bernauer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich
Cristina Bodea, Michigan State University
Tobias Boemelt, Essex
David Carment , Carleton University
Dave Clark, Binghamton University
Vesna Danilovic, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Ursula Daxecker, University of Amsterdam
Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
Paul Diehl, University of Illinois
Han Dorussen, University of Essex
Cooper Drury, University of Missouri
Nils Petter Gleditsch, Peace Research Institute
Gary Goertz, University of Notre Dame
Michael Greig, University of North Texas
Errol Henderson, Penn State University
Lisa Hultman, University of Uppsala
Nathan Jensen, Washington University, St. Louis
Kelly Kadera , University of Iowa
Mark Kayser, Hertie School Berlin
Brett Ashley Leeds, Rice University
Carmela Lutmar , University of Haifa
Zeev Maoz, University of California-Davis
Lisa Martin, University of Wisconsin
Michaela Mattes, University of California-Berkley
Sara M. Mitchell, University of Iowa
Thomas Plümper, University of Essex
Brian Pollins,  Ohio State University
Kathy Powers, University of New Mexico
Karen Rasler, Indiana University
William Reed, University of Maryland
Patrick Regan, Binghamton University
Peter Rosendorff, New York University
Tal Sadeh, University of Tel Aviv
Beth Simmons, Harvard University
Branislav Slantchev, University of California-San Diego
Gabriele Spilker, University of Salzburg
Harvey Starr, University of South Carolina
Jakana Thomas, Michigan State University
Bill Thompson, Indiana University
Johannes Urpelainen, Columbia University
Nils Weidmann, University of Konstanz

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