Publications

Myohyang, North Korea

Books

Dukalskis, Alexander (2021) Making the World Safe for Dictatorship. New York: Oxford University Press.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2017) The Authoritarian Public Sphere: Legitimation and Autocratic Power in North Korea, Burma, and China. New York: Routledge.

Journal Articles

Brazys, Samuel, Alexander Dukalskis & Stefan Müller (forthcoming, in production) Leader of the Pack? Changes in ‘Wolf Warrior Diplomacy’ After A Politburo Collective Study Session. China Quarterly.

Dukalskis, Alexander, Saipira Furstenberg , Yana Gorokhovskaia , John Heathershaw, Edward Lemon & Nate Schenkkan (2022) Transnational Repression: Data Advances, Comparisons, and Challenges. Political Research Exchange 4(1): 2104651.

Dukalskis, Alexander & Hyung-min Joo (2021) Everyday Authoritarianism in North Korea. Europe-Asia Studies 73(2): 364-386.

Brazys, Samuel & Alexander Dukalskis (2020) China’s Message Machine. Journal of Democracy 31(4): 59-73.

Dukalskis, Alexander & Johannes Gerschewski (2020) Adapting or Freezing? Ideological Reactions of Communist Regimes to a Post-Communist World. Government & Opposition 55(3): 511-532.

Dukalskis, Alexander & Junhyoung Lee (2020) Everyday Nationalism and Authoritarian Rule: A Case Study of North Korea. Nationalities Papers 48(6): 1052-1068.

Brazys, Samuel & Alexander Dukalskis (2019) Rising Powers and Grassroots Image Management: Confucius Institutes and China in the Media. Chinese Journal of International Politics 12(4): 557-584.

Dukalskis, Alexander & Christopher Patane (2019) Justifying Power: When Autocracies Talk About Themselves and their Opponents. Contemporary Politics 25(4): 457-478.

Dukalskis, Alexander & Christopher D. Raymond (2018) Failure of Authoritarian Learning: Explaining Burma/Myanmar’s Electoral System. Democratization 25(3): 545-563.

Dukalskis, Alexander & Johannes Gerschewski (2017) What Autocracies Say (and What Citizens Hear): Proposing Four Mechanisms of Autocratic Legitimation. Contemporary Politics 23(3): 251-268.

  • Introduction to special issue edited by Dukalskis & Gerschewski titled “Legitimation and Non-Democracies”.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2017) Foreign Policy Change and the International Criminal Court. International Politics 54(6): 698-713.

Brazys, Samuel and Alexander Dukalskis (2017) Canary in the Coal Mine? China, the UNGA, and the Changing World Order. Review of International Studies 43(4): 742-764.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2017) Myanmar’s Double Transition: Political Liberalization and the Peace Process. Asian Survey 57(4): 716-737.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2017) Northeast Asia and the International Criminal Court: Measuring Normative Disposition. Journal of East Asian Studies 17(1): 29-50.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2016) North Korea’s Shadow Economy: A Force for Authoritarian Resilience or Corrosion? Europe-Asia Studies 68(3): 487-507.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2015) Transitional Justice in Burma/Myanmar: Cross-national Patterns and Domestic Context. Irish Studies in International Affairs 26: 83-97.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2015) Why Do Some Insurgent Groups Agree to Ceasefires While Others Do Not? A Within-Case Analysis of Burma/Myanmar, 1948-2011. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 38(10): 841-863.

Dukalskis, Alexander & Robert C. Johansen (2013) Measuring Acceptance of International Enforcement of Human Rights: The United States, Asia, and the International Criminal CourtHuman Rights Quarterly 35(3): 569-597.

Taylor, Laura K. & Alexander Dukalskis (2012) Old Truths and New Politics: Does Truth Commission “Publicness” Impact Democratization? Journal of Peace Research 49(5): 671-684.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2011) Interactions in Transition: How Truth Commissions and Trials Complement or Constrain Each Other. International Studies Review 13(3): 432-451.

Dukalskis, Alexander & Zachary Hooker (2011) Legitimating Totalitarianism: Melodrama and Mass Politics in North Korean Film. Communist & Post-Communist Studies 44(1): 53-62.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2009) Stateness problems or regime unification? Explaining obstacles to democratization in Burma/Myanmar. Democratization 16(5): 945-968.

Working Papers

Dukalskis, Alexander (2022) A Fox in the Henhouse: China and the United Nations Human Rights Council. University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation Working Paper. San Diego, CA: Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, 17 August 2022.

Müller, Stefan, Samuel Brazys & Alexander Dukalskis (2022) Discourse Wars and ‘Mask Diplomacy’: China’s Global Image Management in Times of Crisis. AidData Working Paper #113. Williamsburg, VA: AidData at William & Mary.

Brazys, Samuel and Alexander Dukalskis (2019) Grassroots Image Management: Confucius Institutes and Media Perceptions of China. AidData Working Paper #69. Williamsburg, VA: AidData at William & Mary.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2018) Toward a Theory of Authoritarian Extraterritorial Image Management. SPIRe Working Paper WP09, School of Politics & International Relations, UCD, Ireland.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2015) Northeast Asia and the International Criminal Court: Causes and Consequences of Normative Disposition.  East Asia Institute Working Paper Series, Fellows Program on Peace, Governance, and Development.

Book Reviews

Dukalskis, Alexander (2015) Topic: Human Rights. Perspectives on Politics 13(1): 246-248.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2014) Book Review: Why Civil Resistance Works. Global Journal of Peace Research and Praxis 1(1): 98-100.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2013) Shaped From the Outside. Review of External Intervention and the Politics of State Formation by Ja Ian Chong. Review of Politics 75(3).