The latest issue of International Organization features two articles by Niehaus Center's affiliated graduate student and fellow.
Bryan Schonfeld's Trading Places, Trading Platforms: The Geography of Trade Policy Realignment explains the motivations for politicians and political parties to shift their positioning on issues, with particular focus on trade policy in countries "with advanced economies and plural electoral systems." Schonfeld is a PhD Candidate at Princeton's Department of Politics and a associated student at Niehaus.
Colin China's Social Positioning and International Order Contestation in Early Modern Southeast Asia looks into the early modern Southeast Asian dynasties of Siam and Vietnam and their relationship with their northern Chinese dynastis. He argues that "both polities engaged in political contention to define their places in relation to other polities and the broader social context in which they interacted." Chia was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Niehaus from 2019 to 2020.