Prof. Christopher Gelpi
Current Working Papers:
Christopher Gelpi and Nazli Avdan. 2011. "Democracy and the Multilateral Flow of Transnational Terrorism, 1968-2007."
Christopher Gelpi. 2011. "News from the Frontlines: An Experimental Study of Foreign Policy Issues and Presidential Vote Choice."
Christopher Gelpi. 2010. "Preaching to the Choir? The Impact of Cable News on Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy."
Christopher Gelpi. 2010. "The Two-Front Homefront: American Attitudes Toward Afghanistan in the Shadow of Iraq."
Christopher Gelpi, Laura Roselle, and Brooke Barnett. 2012. "Polarizing Patriots: Divergent Responses to Patriotic Imagery in News Coverage of Terrorism." American Behavioral Scientist. Forthcoming Spring 2012.
Joseph Grieco, Christopher Gelpi, Jason Reifler, and Peter Feaver. 2011. "Let’s Get a Second Opinion: International Institutions and American Public Support for War." International Studies Quarterly. June 2011.
Christopher Gelpi. 2010. "Performing On Cue? The Formation of Public Opinion Toward War." Journal of Conflict Resolution. February 2010.
Christopher Gelpi, Peter D. Feaver, and Jason Reifler. 2009. Paying the Human Costs of War: American Public Opinion and Casualties in Military Conflicts. (Princeton: Princeton University Press).
Joseph Grieco, Christopher Gelpi and Camber Warren. 2009. "When Preferences and Commitments Collide: The Effect of Relative Partisan Shifts on International Treaty Compliance." International Organization. March 2009.
Christopher Gelpi and Joseph Grieco. 2008. "Democracy, Trade and the Nature of the Liberal Peace." Journal of Peace Research. January 2008.
Christopher Gelpi, Jason Reifler, and Peter D. Feaver. 2007. "Iraq the Vote: Retrospective and Prospective Foreign Policy Judgments, Candidate Choice, and Casualty Tolerance." Political Behavior. June 2007.
Christopher Gelpi and Jason Reifler. 2007. “Success Still Matters: A Reply to Berinsky and Druckman.” Public Opinion Quarterly. Fall 2007.
Christopher Gelpi. "The Costs of War: How Many Casualties Will Americans Tolerate?" 2006. Foreign Affairs. January/Februrary 2006.
John Aldrich, Peter D. Feaver, Christopher Gelpi, Jason Reifler, and Kristen Sharp. 2006. "Foreign Policy and the Electoral Connection." Annual Review of Political Science. June 2006.
Christopher Gelpi, Peter D. Feaver, and Jason Reifler. 2005/2006. "Success Matters: Casualty Sensitivity and the War in Iraq." International Security. Winter 2005/2006.
Peter D. Feaver and Christopher Gelpi. 2004. Choosing Your Battles: American Civil-Military Relations and the Use of Force. (Princeton: Princeton University Press).
Scott DeMarchi, Christopher Gelpi, and Jeffery Grynaviski. 2004. "Untangling Neural Nets." American Political Science Review. June 2004.
Christopher Gelpi. 2003. The Power of Legitimacy: The Role of Norms in Crisis Bargaining. (Princeton: Princeton University Press).
Christopher Gelpi and Peter Feaver. 2002. "Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick? Veterans in the Policy Making Elite and the American Use of Force." American Political Science Review, December 2002.
Christopher Gelpi and Joseph Grieco. 2001. "Attracting Trouble: Democracy, Leadership Tenure, and the Targeting of Militarized Challenges." Journal of Conflict Resolution, December 2001.
Christopher Gelpi and Michael Griesdorf. 2001. "Winners or Losers? Democracies in International Crises". American Political Science Review, September 2001.
Christopher Gelpi. 1999. "Alliances as Instruments of Intra-Allied Control," in Haftendorn, Keohane, and Wallander eds., Imperfect Unions: Security Institutions Over Time and Space, (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
Christopher Gelpi. 1997. "Crime and Punishment: The Role of Norms in Crisis Bargaining." American Political Science Review, June 1997.
Christopher Gelpi. 1997. "Democratic Diversions: Governmental Structure and the Externalization of Domestic Conflict." Journal of Conflict Resolution, April 1997.
David Rousseau, Christopher Gelpi, Dan Reiter, and Paul Huth. 1996. "Assessing the Dyadic Nature of the Democratic Peace, 1918-1988." American Political Science Review, September 1996.
Paul Huth, Christopher Gelpi, and D. Scott Bennett. 1993. "The Escalation of Great Power Militarized Disputes: Testing Deterrence Theory and Structural Realism." American Political Science Review, September 1993.