Nick Dietrich, Kristine Eck, and Chiara Ruffa. “How Governance Shaped Military Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Accepted for publication at the European Political Science Review.

Mikaela Karstens, Michael J. Soules, and Nick Dietrich. “On the Replicability of Data Collection Using Online News Databases.” Forthcoming at PS: Political Science & Politics.

Andrea Corradi, Cassie McMillan, and Nick Dietrich. 2022. “A Hostile Reputation: A Social Network Approach to Interstate Hostility.Social Networks 71: 61–69.

Nick Dietrich. 2021. “Explaining Support for International Action Against Human Rights Abusers.Journal of Human Rights 40(4): 413–430.

Glenn Palmer, Roseanne W. McManus, Vito D’Orazio, Michael R. Kenwick, Mikaela Karstens, Chase Bloch, Nick Dietrich, Kayla Kahn, Kellan Ritter, and Michael J. Soules. 2021. “The MID5 Dataset, 2011–2014: Procedures, Coding Rules, and Description.Conflict Management and Peace Science 39(4): 470–482.

Nick Dietrich and Kristine Eck. 2020. “Known Unknowns: Media Bias in the Reporting of Political Violence.International Interactions 46(6): 1043–1060.

Nick Dietrich and Charles Crabtree. 2019. “Domestic Demand for Human Rights: Free Speech and the Freedom–Security Trade-Off.” International Studies Quarterly 63(2): 346-353.

Kevin Reuning and Nick Dietrich. 2018. “Media Coverage, Public Interest, and Support in the 2016 Republican Invisible Primary.Perspectives on Politics 17(2): 326-339.

Editor Reviewed Publications

Kevin Reuning and Nick Dietrich. “Donald Trump has Nothing Left to Gain from Media Coverage.” January 15, 2016. The Washington Post: The Monkey Cage Blog.

Other Research Experience

Research assistant on the Militarized Interstate Dispute (MID) Project.