School Of Politics & Int Relations
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My name is Alex Dukalskis and I am a lecturer in the School of Politics and International Relations.
I research and teach on authoritarian states, transitional justice, Asian politics, and international human rights. My work has been published in Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Human Rights Quarterly, Journal of Peace Research, International Studies Review, Communist & Post-Communist Studies, and Democratization.
Previously I was a lecturer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and I have been a visiting scholar at Columbia University and the Berlin Social Science Center. I earned my dual Ph.D. in political science and peace studies at the University of Notre Dame, a master's degree in human rights at the London School of Economics, and my undergraduate degree from Willamette University.
My research interests grew out of my prior professional work with the non-profit International Debate Education Association (IDEA). For several years I worked in over 20 countries in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa to teach debate and promote it among young people as a tool to improve critical thinking and advocacy.You can reach me via email at email@example.com or follow me on Twitter @AlexDukalskis.
Honours and Awards
| Year: 2014.
Title: Fellowship on Peace, Governance, and Development
| Year: 2008.
Title: Presidential Fellowship in Humanities & Social Sciences
| Year: 2006.
Title: Stan Cohen Prize
| Year: 2004.
Title: Fulbright Grant
| Year 2013 Institution: University of Notre Dame
Qualification: Ph.D. Subject: Political Science & Peace Studies
| Year 2011 Institution: University of Notre Dame
Qualification: M.A. Subject: Political Science
| Year 2006 Institution: London School of Economics & Political Science
Qualification: MSc Subject: Human Rights
| Year 2004 Institution: Willamette University
Qualification: BA Subject: Politics, minors in Sociology and Philosophy
|Dukalskis, Alexander (2017) The Authoritarian Public Sphere: Legitimation and Autocratic Power in North Korea, Burma, and China. New York: Routledge. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Alexander Dukalskis and Johannes Gerschewski (2017) 'What Autocracies Say (and What Citizens Hear): Proposing Four Mechanisms of Autocratic Legitimation'. Contemporary Politics, :1-18. [Details]|
|Brazys, S; Dukalskis, A (2017) 'Canary in the Coal Mine? China, the UNGA and the Changing World Order'. Review of International Studies, . [DOI] Link to full text [Details]|
|Alexander Dukalskis (2017) 'Myanmar's Double Transition: Political Liberalization and the Peace Process'. Asian Survey, . [Details]|
|Alexander Dukalskis (2017) 'Northeast Asia and the International Criminal Court: Measuring Normative Disposition'. Journal of East Asian Studies, 17 (1):29-50. [Details]|
|Dukalskis, Alexander (2016) 'North Korea's Shadow Economy: A Force for Authoritarian Resilience or Corrosion?'. Europe-Asia Studies, 68 (3):487-507. [Details]|
|Dukalskis, Alexander (2015) 'Transitional Justice in Burma/Myanmar: Cross-national Patterns and Domestic Context'. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 26 :83-97. [Details]|
|Dukalskis, Alexander (2015) 'Why Do Some Insurgent Groups Agree to Cease-Fires While Others Do Not? A Within-Case Analysis of Burma/Myanmar, 1948-2011'. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 38 (10):841-863. [DOI] [Details]|
|Dukalskis, Alexander & Robert C. Johansen (2013) 'Measuring Acceptance of International Enforcement of Human Rights: the United States, Asia, and the International Criminal Court'. Human Rights Quarterly, 35 (3):569-597. [DOI] [Details]|
|Taylor, Laura K. & Alexander Dukalskis (2012) 'Old Truths and New Politics: Does Truth Commission 'Publicness' Contribute to Democratization?'. Journal of Peace Research, 49 (5):671-684. [Details]|
|Dukalskis, Alexander & Zachary Hooker (2011) 'Legitimating Totalitarianism: Melodrama and Mass Politics in North Korean Film'. Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 44 (1):53-62. [Details]|
|Dukalskis, Alexander (2011) 'Interactions in Transition: How Truth Commissions and Trials Complement or Constrain Each Other'. International Studies Review, 13 (3):432-451. [Details]|
|Dukalskis, Alexander (2009) 'Stateness Problems or Regime Unification? Explaining Obstacles to Democratization in Burma/Myanmar'. Democratization, 16 (5):945-968. [Details]|
|I research and teach on authoritarian states, transitional justice, Asian politics, and international human rights.|