Emir Yazici

Emir Yazici
International Relations
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I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science at University of Missouri. My research focuses on international conflict, third-party conflict management, and human rights. More specifically, I study the role of transborder identities in international and domestic violence. 

Dissertation Project
Title: "Transborder Ethnic Alignments and the Interplay Between Domestic and International Violence" 
Advisor: Stephen Quackenbush

Selected Publications: 


Yazici, Emir. 2018. "Nationalism and Human Rights" Forthcoming at Political Research Quarterly.

Working Papers

"Transborder Identities, Bias, and Third-Party Conflict Management" (invited to revise and re-submit at Conflict Management and Peace Science)
  Presented at:

  • Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association-Midwest, 2017, Saint Louis, MO.
  • Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, 2018, San Francisco, CA.

"Coup-Proofing and Security Force Defections during Violent and Non-Violent Protests" (co-authored with Myunghee Lee)
 Presented at Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, 2017, Baltimore, MD.