Sudduth, Jun Koga and Max Gallop. 2022. “Spatial Dynamics of Election Violence: How Repression Spreads Dissent around Elections.” Forthcoming at the Journal of Politics.
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]
“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), with the support of the Leverhulme Research Fellowship.