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I’ve posted some abstracts of forthcoming pieces on the main page. Here are some other published pieces:

Willcoxon, G.F. (2017). Contention, Violence, and Stalemate in Post-War Libya. Mediterranean Politics. 22(1), 91-114.

UN – ESCWA. (2015). Trends and Impacts Issue No. 4: Protracted Conflict and Development in the Arab Region. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.

Willcoxon, G. F. (2015). Peacebuilding, Political Order, and Post-War Risks. University of California, Berkeley. (Dissertation).

Willcoxon, G. F. (2014). Some Reflections on the Revolution in Libya and on Avoiding a Recurrence of Civil War. The Diplomatist.

Chivvis, C. S., Oliker, O., Liepman, A., Connable, B., Young, W., & Willcoxon, G. (2013). Initial Thoughts on the Impact of the Iraq War on U.S. National Security Structures. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation. PR-568-OSD.

Willcoxon, G. F. (2012). The Security Sector After Qaddafi: Challenges for the Transition in Libya. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation. WR-964-SRF.

Willcoxon, N. E., & Willcoxon, G. F. (2011). The Political Economy of Decline in California. California Journal of Politics and Policy, 3(1).

Willcoxon, G. F. (2008). How does Peacebuilding Work? Quantitative Evidence from Kosovo. Master’s Thesis in Political Science.

Willcoxon, G. F. (2007). An Invitation to a Summit. San Francisco Chronicle.

Willcoxon, G. F. (2006a). Introduction. In G. F. Willcoxon (Ed.), Handbook on Terrorism and Organized Crime Law in Kosovo. Pristina, Kosovo: Kosovo Law Centre.

Willcoxon, G. F. (2006b). On the Brink: Transitional Policing in Kosovo. Master’s Thesis in Public Policy.

Willcoxon, G. F. (2006c). Secrets don’t make friends. PolicyMatters, 3(2).

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