Termination in UK Law
War termination, a critical aspect of war, is central to understanding the war process as a whole. Yet, this field of study, which is concerned with how wars can be brought to an end once they have...
- The Succession of Policy Termination
Ratification Processes and Conflict Termination
Three sets of assumptions about elite and constituent relations prevail in approaches to conflict termination. The `Interest-based', `Identity-based', and `Timing' approaches offer important insigh...
Causal beliefs and war termination
This article analyzes the length of interstate wars and the process of reaching a mutually acceptable bargaining solution. Rational choice scholarship has mainly sought to explain long wars in term...
- Termination of Appointments to Public Offices
WHY PERCEIVED SIZE MATTERS FOR AGENCY TERMINATION
Agency size is generally assumed to be positively correlated with survival: the bigger an agency, the less likely it is to be terminated. Yet, recent research finds a very small effect of size on s...
The evolution of research on organizational termination
Over recent decades, termination research has experienced a transformation from an obscure field to one undergoing rapid growth. Since the inception of the research in the 1970s, ever-increasing wo...
Rebel—Military Integration and Civil War Termination
Civil wars are far less likely to end in peace agreements than are international wars, and more than a third of civil wars restart within a few years. This may be due to the time-inconsistency of p...
- Third-Party Roles in the Termination of Intercommunal Conflict
- Book Review: Termination of Membership of International Organisations
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