Research

Click on the links below for access to Chenoweth’s publications and data archives. For more details, please click on CV.  To look at some of Chenoweth’s recent working papers, visit her page on the Social Science Research Network.

Terrorism, Democracy, and Dissent

  • “On Democracy as a Method of Nonviolence,” in Nils Petter Gleditsch, ed. R J. Rummel: An Assessment of His Many Contributions (Springer, forthcoming).
  • “Instability and Opportunity: The Origins of Terrorism in Weak and Failed States,” in James Forest, ed. The Making of a Terrorist, Vol. 3 (Westport: Praeger, 2005).

Terrorism and Non-State Political Violence

  • The Politics of Terror, co-author with Pauline Moore (book manuscript under review with Oxford University Press; expected publication late 2017).

Strategic Nonviolent Resistance, Nonviolent Action, and Mobilization

  • “Response to Fabrice Lehoucq’s ‘Does Nonviolence Work?’ ” Comparative Politics, Vol. 48, No. 4 (July 2016).

State Response to Terrorism and Insurgency

  • “Deterrence or Blowback? The Consequences of Canadian Counterterrorism in Afghanistan,” with Laura Dugan, in Jez Littlewood, Lorne Dawson, and Sara Thompson, eds., Canada Among Nations 2016 (forthcoming 2017).
  • “Government Actions in Terror Environments (GATE): A Methodology that Reveals how Governments Behave toward Terrorists and their Constituencies,” with Laura Dugan, in V.S. Subrahmanian, ed., Handbook of Computational Approaches to Counterterrorism, pp. 467-488 (Springer, 2013).

Researching Terrorism and Political Violence