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2017Admission to the sovereignty club: the past, present, and future of the international recognition regimeGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelAdmission to the sovereignty club: the past, present, and future of the international recognition regime, Territory, Politics, Governance, vol.5, 2, 2017,pp 177-189
2017Admission to the Sovereignty Club: The Past, Present, and Future of the International Recognition RegimeGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelAdmission to the Sovereignty Club: The Past, Present, and Future of the International Recognition Regime, Territory, Politics, Governance, vol.5, 2, 2017,pp 177-189
2017Admission to the sovereignty club: the past, present, and future of the international recognition regimeGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelAdmission to the sovereignty club: the past, present, and future of the international recognition regime, Territory, Politics, Governance, vol.5, 2, 2017,pp 177-189
2015Alternative International Systems? System Structure and Violent Conflict in nineteenth-century West Africa, Southeast Asia, and South AsiaGriffiths, Ryan David; Butcher, Charles; Government & International RelAlternative International Systems? System Structure and Violent Conflict in nineteenth-century West Africa, Southeast Asia, and South Asia, Review of International Studies, vol.41, 4, 2015,pp 715-737
2015Between Dissolution and Blood: How Administrative Lines and Categories Shape Secessionist OutcomesGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelBetween Dissolution and Blood: How Administrative Lines and Categories Shape Secessionist Outcomes, International Organization, vol.69, 3, 2015,pp 731-751
2017Between Eurocentrism and Babel: A Framework for the Analysis of States, State Systems, and International OrdersGriffiths, Ryan David; Butcher, Charles; Government & International RelBetween Eurocentrism and Babel: A Framework for the Analysis of States, State Systems, and International Orders, International Studies Quarterly, vol.61, 2, 2017,pp 328-336
2015Between the Sword and the Wall: Spain's Limited Options for Catalan SecessionismGriffiths, Ryan David; Guillen, Pablo; Martinez i Coma, Ferran Fernando; Government & International Rel; Economics; Government & International RelBetween the Sword and the Wall: Spain's Limited Options for Catalan Secessionism, Nations and Nationalism, vol.21, 1, 2015,pp 43-61
2014The Future of Self-Determination and Territorial Integrity in the Asian CenturyGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelThe Future of Self-Determination and Territorial Integrity in the Asian Century, Pacific Review, vol.27, 3, 2014,pp 457-478
2013Introducing the International System(s) Dataset (ISD), 1816–2011Griffiths, Ryan David; Butcher, Charles; Government & International RelIntroducing the International System(s) Dataset (ISD), 1816–2011, International Interactions, vol.39, 5, 2013,pp 748-768
2014Membership Has its Privileges: The Changing Benefits of StatehoodGriffiths, Ryan David; Fazal, Tanisha; Government & International RelMembership Has its Privileges: The Changing Benefits of Statehood, International Studies Review (Print), vol.16, 1, 2014,pp 79-106
2014Secession and the invisible hand of the international systemGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelSecession and the invisible hand of the international system, Review of International Studies, vol.40, 3, 2014,pp 559-581
2010Security Threats, Linguistic Homogeneity, and the Necessary Conditions for Political UnificationGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelSecurity Threats, Linguistic Homogeneity, and the Necessary Conditions for Political Unification, Nations and Nationalism, vol.N/A, N/A, 2010,pp N/A-N/A
2016States, Nations, and Territorial Stability: Why Chinese Hegemony Would be Better for International OrderGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelStates, Nations, and Territorial Stability: Why Chinese Hegemony Would be Better for International Order, Security Studies (Quarterly), vol.25, 3, 2016,pp 519-545
2017The Waltzian Ordering Principle and International Change: A Two-Dimensional ModelGriffiths, Ryan David; Government & International RelThe Waltzian Ordering Principle and International Change: A Two-Dimensional Model, European Journal of International Relations, vol.24, 1, 2017,pp 130-152