The Josef Korbel Journal of Advanced International Studies (JAIS) is an online journal that was published by the Ph.D. program at the University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies. The journal is no longer active, and this site holds the archive of the journal. It showcased the rigorous, original, scholarly research of graduate students in the fields of political science and international studies. JAIS was refereed by Ph.D. students from the University of Denver as well as other domestic and international departments.
Editor: Edinson Oquendo, University of Denver. Managing Editor: Douglas Garrison, University of Denver. Editorial Board: Sarah Bakhtiari, Michael Bartee, Sasha Breger, Susan Bridle, Joel Day, Keith Gehring, Figaro Joseph, Kang-uk Jung, Bilal Khaled, Matthew Klick, Geoffrey MacDonald, Clifton Martin, Jonathan Moyr, Malliga Och, Paul Tanghe, Yi-tsui Tseng, University of Denver; A.S.M. Ali Ashraf, University of Pittsburgh; Soumya Chattopadhyay, University of Maryland; Devin Finn, Georgetown University; Triveni Gandhi, Cornell University; Theocharis N. Grigoriadis, Free University, Berlin; Dustin Kramer, University of Oxford; Daniel Kuthy, Georgia State University; Molestsane Monyake, University of Cape Town; Steven Pittz, University of Texas, Austin; Carlos Shenga, University of Cape Town; Allen Stack, McGill University. Faculty Steering Committee: Prof. Martin Rhodes, Prof. Rachel Epstein, Prof. Timothy Sisk, Prof. Karen Feste, Prof. Micheline Ishay, University of Denver; Prof. Matthew S. Weinert, University of Delaware; Prof. Daniel J. Whelan, Hendrix College. Web Manager: Julie Barnes.
Submissions from 2013
Submissions from 2012
"Re-redefining" International Securing: Bringing Intent Back In, Nicholas D. Anderson
Submissions from 2011
Do Democratic Candidates Suffer ‘Audience Costs’?, Lionel Beehner
TRIPS Implementation and Strategic Health Policy in India and Brazil, Sarath K. Ganji
Submissions from 2010
Economic Development, Religion, and the Conditions for Domestic Terrorism, Brandon M. Boylan
Pathways to Interstate War: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of the Steps-to-War Theory, Brandon Valeriano and Victor Marin
Submissions from 2009
Causes of the 1962 Sino-Indian War: A Systems Level Approach, Aldo D. Abitol
Human Security in Colombia, Carolina Forero and Sally Fishback