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Warring Friends
J Pressman
Warring Friends, 2008
2332008
Visions in collision: What happened at Camp David and Taba?
J Pressman
International Security 28 (2), 5-43, 2003
1662003
This is what we learned by counting the women’s marches
E Chenoweth, J Pressman
The Washington Post 7, 2017
1642017
The second intifada: Background and causes of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
J Pressman
Journal of Conflict Studies 23 (2), 114-141, 2003
1312003
Power without influence: the Bush administration's foreign policy failure in the Middle East
J Pressman
International Security 33 (4), 149-179, 2009
792009
The science of contemporary street protest: New efforts in the United States
DR Fisher, KT Andrews, N Caren, E Chenoweth, MT Heaney, T Leung, ...
Science advances 5 (10), eaaw5461, 2019
492019
The Floyd protests are the broadest in US history-and are spreading to white, smalltown America
L Putnam, E Chenoweth, J Pressman
Washington Post 6, 2020
342020
Throwing stones in social science: Non-violence, unarmed violence, and the first intifada
J Pressman
Cooperation and Conflict 52 (4), 519-536, 2017
242017
Israeli Unilateralism and Israeli–Palestinian Relations, 2001–2006
J Pressman
International Studies Perspectives 7 (4), 360-376, 2006
242006
Explaining the Carter Administration’s Israeli–Palestinian Solution
J Pressman
Diplomatic History 37 (5), 1117-1147, 2013
232013
Mediation, domestic politics, and the Israeli-Syrian negotiations, 1991–2000
J Pressman
Security Studies 16 (3), 350-381, 2007
222007
Same old story? Obama and the Arab uprisings
J Pressman
The Arab Spring: Change and Resistance in the Middle East, 226-227, 2013
192013
Covid19 and protest repertoires in the United States: An initial description of limited change
J Pressman, A Choi-Fitzpatrick
Social Movement Studies 20 (6), 766-773, 2021
172021
Leaderless resistance: The next threat?
J Pressman
Current History 102 (668), 422, 2003
172003
This summer’s Black Lives Matter protesters were overwhelmingly peaceful, our research finds
E Chenoweth, J Pressman
Washington Post, 2020
162020
Point of no return: The deadly struggle for Middle East peace
G Kemp, J Pressman
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1997
161997
The global pandemic has spawned new forms of activism–and they’re flourishing
E Chenoweth, A Choi-Fitzpatrick, J Pressman, FG Santos, J Ulfelder
The Guardian 20, 2020
152020
A brief history of the Arab-Israeli conflict
J Pressman
University of Connecticut, 2005
152005
Crowd Estimates 1.21. 2017
J Pressman, E Chenoweth
Fortune. Retrieved, 2017
142017
Rethinking transnational counterterrorism: Beyond a national framework
J Pressman
Washington Quarterly 30 (4), 63-73, 2007
142007
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