Myohyang, North Korea

Peer-Reviewed Book

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

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Dukalskis, Alexander & Christopher D. Raymond (unconditional acceptance; in press) Failure of Authoritarian Learning: Explaining Burma/Myanmar’s Electoral System. Democratization.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2017) Foreign Policy Change and the International Criminal Court. International Politics (First View)

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 & Johannes Gerschewski (in press) What Autocracies Say (and What Citizens Hear): Proposing Four Mechanisms of Autocratic Legitimation. Contemporary Politics.

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

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 (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).