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Political Science - June 1, 2018 - Comments Off on Regime Evolution in Trump’s America: Should We Be Worried?

Regime Evolution in Trump’s America: Should We Be Worried?

Political Science - June 1, 2018 - Comments Off on The Neglected War: Intervention and Extra-State War Duration, 1816-2007

The Neglected War: Intervention and Extra-State War Duration, 1816-2007

Political Science - June 1, 2018 - Comments Off on Momentum Shifts: When and How External Actors Can Pursue Peace in Conflict

Momentum Shifts: When and How External Actors Can Pursue Peace in Conflict

Political Science - June 1, 2018 - Comments Off on Neoliberalism or Nah? Explaining the Right-Wing Party Success in Contemporary Latin America: The Case of Argentina’s Propuesta Republicana (PRO)

Neoliberalism or Nah? Explaining the Right-Wing Party Success in Contemporary Latin America: The Case of Argentina’s Propuesta Republicana (PRO)

Political Science - December 22, 2017 - Comments Off on The UN Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination Against Women: Exceptionalism and Women’s Reproduction in the Debate Around U.S. Ratification

The UN Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination Against Women: Exceptionalism and Women’s Reproduction in the Debate Around U.S. Ratification

Political Science - December 22, 2017 - Comments Off on The State-Civil Society Nexus in Putin’s Russia: Between Consent and Coercion

The State-Civil Society Nexus in Putin’s Russia: Between Consent and Coercion

Political Science - December 22, 2017 - Comments Off on Flawed by Design: Inherited Autocratic Constitutions and the Prospects for Democratic Survival

Flawed by Design: Inherited Autocratic Constitutions and the Prospects for Democratic Survival

Political Science - December 22, 2017 - Comments Off on Efficacy of Targeted Killings in Pakistan: Drones, Blowback, and Effects on the State

Efficacy of Targeted Killings in Pakistan: Drones, Blowback, and Effects on the State

Political Science - March 23, 2016 - Comments Off on Latin American Democracies: Breaking the Left-Wing Tide or Electoral Alternation with a Plebiscitarian Flavor?

Latin American Democracies: Breaking the Left-Wing Tide or Electoral Alternation with a Plebiscitarian Flavor?

Political Science - March 23, 2016 - Comments Off on The Fault Lines of Freedom: The Division and Devlopment of the Soviet Jewry Movement in the United States

The Fault Lines of Freedom: The Division and Devlopment of the Soviet Jewry Movement in the United States