Kim, Nam Kyu and Jun Koga Sudduth. 2021. “Political Institutions and Coups in Dictatorships.” Comparative Political Studies. 54 (9): 1597-1628.[Replication Package] [My post on the Loop (ECPR’s Political Science Blog)]
Sudduth, Jun Koga. 2021. “Who Punishes the Leader? Leader Culpability and Coups during Civil War.” Journal of Conflict Resolution. 65 (2-3): 427–452. [Replication Package]
Sudduth, Jun Koga. 2021. “Purging Militaries: Introducing the Military Purges in Dictatorships (MPD) dataset.” Journal of Peace Research. 58 (4): 870-880. [Replication Package]
Sudduth, Jun Koga and Curtis Bell. 2018. “The Rise Predicts the Fall: How the Method of Leader Entry Affects the Method of Leader Removal in Dictatorships.” International Studies Quarterly. 62(1): 145-159. [Replication Package]
Braithwaite, Jessica Maves and Jun Koga Sudduth. 2016. “Military Purges and the Recurrence of Civil Conflict.” Research & Politics. 3(1) :1-6. [Replication Package]
Koga, Jun. 2011. “Where Do Third Parties Intervene? Third Parties’ Domestic Institutions and Military Interventions in Civil Conflicts.” International Studies Quarterly 55 (4) : 1143-1166. [Replication Package]
“How repression spreads dissent: Diffusion of Electoral Violence in India,” with Max Gallop (Revise and Resubmit at the Journal of Politics).
“Rethinking Peacekeeping Effectiveness: The Effect of Neighboring Peacekeeping Missions on Violence,” with Gaku Ito.
Work in Progress
“Purges of Civilian Elites in Dictatorships” (with the support of the British Academy/Leverhulme Research Grant, and the Carnegie Research Incentive Grant.)
“Strategic Logic of Elite Purges in Dictatorships” (Book Manuscript)