Research Statement


Braaten, Daniel, and Claire Nolasco Braaten. 2021 “Children Seeking Asylum:     Determinants of Asylum Claims by Unaccompanied Minors in the U.S. from 2013-2017.” Law & Policy 43(2): forthcoming.

Braaten, Daniel. 2021 “Human Rights – What Does the Future Hold?” International Studies Review forthcoming.

Braaten, Daniel, and Claire Nolasco. 2019 “The Role of Hospitable and Inhospitable States in the Process of Refugee Resettlement in the United States.” Journal of Refugee Studies forthcoming.

Nolasco Braaten, Claire, and Daniel Braaten. 2019 “Suffer the Little Children to Come: Legal Rights of Unaccompanied Alien Children under United States Federal Court Jurisprudence.” International Journal of Refugee Law Forthcoming.

Braaten, Daniel, Maui Orozco, and Jonathan Strand. 2019 “Voting for Green? U.S. Support for Environmental Projects in the Multilateral Development Banks.” Journal of Environment and Development 28(1): 28-53.

Braaten, Daniel. 2017 “Walking a Tightrope: Human Rights, Basic Human Needs and US Support for Development Projects in the Multilateral Development BanksHuman Rights Review 18(1): 45-66.

Braaten, Daniel B. 2015 “Ambivalent Engagement: Human Rights and the MDBs.” in Global Economic Governance and the Development Practices of the Multilateral Development Banks eds. Susan Park and Jonathan R. Strand. London: Routledge.

Braaten, Daniel. 2014 “Determinants of U.S. foreign policy in multilateral development banks: The place of human rights” Journal of Peace Research 51(4): 515-527.

Braaten, Daniel B. 2014 “Which Countries, Which Rights? U.S. Human Rights Policy in the Multilateral Development Banks.” Journal of Human Rights 13(2): 205-229.

Rapkin, David P. and Dan Braaten. 2009. “Conceptualising Hegemonic Legitimacy.” Review of International Studies 35(1): 113-149.

Braaten, Daniel B. 2009. “The WTO and Human Rights.” in Encyclopedia of Human Rights ed. David P. Forsythe. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Braaten, Daniel B. 2009. “Human Rights and Soft Law: Alternative Paths for New Challenges.” in Negotiating Sovereignty and Human Rights eds. Noah Shawki and Michaelene Cox. Ashgate Publishing.

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