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18 June 2019

Islam and sectarian violence in Pakistan: terror within

Do Officer-Involved Shootings Reduce Citizen Contact with Government?

How Autocrats Manipulate Economic News: Evidence from Russia’s State-Controlled Television

‘Words are cheaper than bullets’: Britain’s psychological warfare in the Middle East, 1945–60

Autochthony and space in communal war: Citizenship, conflicts, and infrastructure provision in Jos, Central Nigeria

Ideology and interests in the Rwandan patriotic front: Singing the struggle in pre-genocide Rwanda

Labour party adaptation to multilevel politics: evidence from British general election manifestos

How Jeremy Corbyn brought labour back to the future: visions of the future and concrete utopia in labour’s 2017 electoral campaign

Informal negotiations in EU legislative decision-making: a systematic review and research agenda

Religious Institutionalism: A Domestic Explanation for External Support of Rebel Groups

Interpretation: the final spatial frontier

Introduction: Political Secularism and Religious Difference in Western Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa

Wealth-destroying states

How Do Remittances Shape Electoral Strategies Back Home? Evidence from Mexico’s 2006 Presidential Election

Motivations for Jihad and Cognitive Dissonance – A Qualitative Analysis of Former Swedish Jihadists

The world is a garden: Nomos, sovereignty, and the (contested) ordering of life

Populism and International Relations: (Un)predictability, personalisation, and the reinforcement of existing trends in world politics

The polarisation of energy policy in the US Congress

Diversity, contestation, participation in Aotearoa New Zealand‘s multi-use/user marine spaces

Quantifying and mitigating three major vessel waste streams in the northern Bering Sea

The health of commercial fishers in England and Wales: Analysis of the 2011 census

Assessing use-use interactions at sea: A theoretical framework for spatial decision support tools facilitating co-location in maritime spatial planning

Strategic sources of superprofit in a well-regulated fishery

Potential encounters between humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) and vessels in the New York Bight apex, USA

Are fishermen happier? Evidence from a large-scale subjective well-being survey in a lower-middle-income country

Fishing for more tourists - An empirical investigation of tourist anglers’ preferences for angling site quality

Trade and trade-offs: Shipping in changing climates

There is nothing convenient about plastic pollution. Rejoinder to Stafford and Jones “Viewpoint – Ocean plastic pollution: A convenient but distracting truth?”

Purchasing Power: US Overseas Defense Spending and Military Statecraft

How gender affects the efficacy of discussion as an information shortcut

Social democratic representation and welfare spending: a quantitative case study

Public support for environmental policy depends on beliefs concerning effectiveness, intrusiveness, and fairness

Fossil fuel divestment: theories of change, goals, and strategies of a growing climate movement

The embodied politics of climate change: analysing the gendered division of environmental labour in the UK

The Electoral Politics of Growth Regimes

Play in(g) international theory

Reconstituting Tunisia: Participation, Deliberation, and the Content of Constitution

Is Bigger Always Better? How Targeting Aid Windfalls Affects Capture and Social Cohesion

Jean-Marc F. Blanchard and Kun-Chin Lin, eds., Governance, Domestic Change, and Social Policy in China: 100 Years After the Xinhai Revolution

The UN Declaration of Human Rights at 70: Women’s Rights

The neoliberal borderscape: Neoliberalism's effects on the social worlds of migrants along the Thai-Myanmar border

17 June 2019

Sovereignty between the Katechon and the Eschaton: Rethinking the Leviathan

Visions of a Technological World

National-Populist Social Protest as a Manifestation of Crisis: From December 2008 to the “Indignants” (2011): A Greek Political and Ideological Chronicle

Insourcing Dissent: Brand English in the Entrepreneurial University

A Solution in Hieroglyphic: Carl Schmitt, Herman Melville, and the Politics of Images

Carl Schmitt, Justice of War, and Individual Citizen's Obligation

“Marxism” versus Hegelianism-Engelsism-Stalinism

Conceptual Affinities around the Political: The Case of Laclau and Schmitt

Living Paradoxes: On Agamben, Taylor, and Human Subjectivity

Introduction

Schmitt vs. Derrida: The Distinction between the Juridical and the Technical Rationality

Pareto-minimality in the jungle

Descriptive and Substantive Representation in Congress: Evidence from 80,000 Congressional Inquiries

How Do Terrorist Organizations Make Money? Terrorist Funding and Innovation in the Case of al-Shabaab

Beyond identity lines: women building peace in Northern Ireland and the Korean peninsula

Rent seeking as an evolving process: the case of the Ancien Régime

Channeling advocacy? Assessing how funding source shapes the strategies of environmental organizations

Nation as Grand Narrative: The Nigerian Press and the Politics of Meaning, by Wale Adebanwi

Citing history

Constructing autonomy: the significance of architecture in creating and manifesting autonomy in protest camps

The limits of participatory democracy and the inclusion of social movements in local government

Conceptualizing contexts or contextualizing concepts? On some issues of the modeling of relational spaces in the study of collective action

An analysis of counterterrorism measures taken by Indonesia since the 2002 Bali bombings

Investigating “Missing” Women: Gender, Ghosts, and the Bosnian Peace Process

Primary Resources, Secondary Labor: Natural Resources and Immigration Policy

Proximities of Violence: Civil Order Beyond Governance Institutions

The Risks of Election Observation: International Condemnation and Post-Election Violence

The costs of interest representation – a resource perspective on informational lobbying

How does staggered membership renewal affect parliamentary behaviour? Evidence from the French Senate

Rethinking political distrust

Does establishment suppress the political activities of religious congregations? Evidence from Switzerland—ERRATUM

The Secular-Religious Competition Perspective in Comparative Perspective

Borderland environmental justice and governance apertures

Traditional Political Institutions and Democracy: Reassessing Their Compatibility and Accountability

Rethinking Democratic Diffusion: Bringing Regime Type Back In

Economic Vulnerability and Partisanship in Latin America

Who refers most? Institutional incentives and judicial participation in the preliminary ruling system

Lobbying dynamics

Editors’ note on the Best Review Prize 2018

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70: Indigenous rights and the Uluru Statement from the Heart

16 June 2019

The Principle of Subsidiarity in the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption: A Philosophical Analysis

Decolonizing Global Ethics: Thinking with the Pluriverse

Artificial Intelligence and International Security: The Long View

Artificial Intelligence in Global Health

The Future Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Humans and Human Rights

Arctic 2.0: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Develop a Frontier

Some Brief Reflections on Digital Technologies and Economic Development

Artificial Intelligence: Power to the People

Global Power Shifts, Diversity, and Hierarchy in International Politics

Global Health Governance in International Society, Jeremy Youde (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018), 224 pp., $81 cloth, $79.99 eBook.

Trade Justice, James Christensen (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018), 200 pp., $70 cloth, $69.99 eBook.

A Theory of Global Governance: Authority, Legitimacy, and Contestation, Michael Zürn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018), 336 pp., $94 cloth, $26.95 paper, $25.99 eBook

The Global Climate Regime and Transitional Justice, Sonja Klinsky and Jasmina Brankovic (New York: Routledge, 2018), 196 pp., $140 cloth, $54.95 eBook.

15 June 2019

The European Union as a normal international actor: an analysis of the EU Global Strategy

A study of triggering events: When do political regimes change?

States of Nature in Immanuel Kant’s Doctrine of Right

From a Distance: Geographic Proximity, Partisanship, and Public Attitudes toward the U.S.–Mexico Border Wall

14 June 2019

Civil Society Responds to the AWS : Growing Activist Networks and Shifting Frames

The Role of Civilian Innovation in the Development of Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems

Optimizing Coalition Air Warfare: The Emergence and Ethical Dilemmas of Red Card Holder Teams

State Regulation of Organized Crime: Politicians, Police, and Drug Trafficking in Argentina

The permaculture movement in India: a social movement with Southern characteristics

The poor’s struggle for political incorporation: the piquetero movement in Argentina

Continuity and change in international relations 1919–2019

International Relations: The Story So Far

Nationalism, nations and the crisis of world order

Violence in international relations: The first and the last word

Great illusions or great transformations? Human rights and international relations a hundred years on

Introduction

Divide and Co-Opt: Private Agendas, Tribal Groups, and Militia Formation in Counterinsurgency Wars

Reflections on Devolution: Twenty Years on

Not Dead Yet: Political Learning from Newspapers in a Changing Media Landscape

Signals of strength: Capability demonstrations and perceptions of military power

Superior Sporting Performance in Athletics: Determinants and Sustainability

Assessing the variation of ‘leader-focused status’ in contemporary global governance

Mid Staffordshire: a Case Study of Failed Governance and Leadership?

NHS Inquiries and Investigations; an Exemplar in Peculiarity and Assumption

An Elementary Primer for Politicians and Potential Chairs on Public Inquiries

A Crisis for Both Parties

Can Violent Protest Change Local Policy Support? Evidence from the Aftermath of the 1992 Los Angeles Riot

Jeroen Temperman and András Koltay (eds), Blasphemy and Freedom of Expression: Comparative, Theoretical and Historical Reflections after the Charlie Hebdo Massacre (Cambridge University Press, 2017, xix + 750pp, £140) ISBN 9781108416917 (hb)

Mauro Barelli , Seeking Justice in International Law: The Significance and Implications of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples(Routledge, 2016, xxii + 184pp, £115.00) ISBN 9781138017962 (hb)

Influencing Elite Opinion on Gender Equality through Framing: A Survey Experiment of Elite Support for Corporate Board Gender Quotas

Protecting private properties from the sea: Australian policies and practice

Overstrained citizens? The number of ballot propositions and the quality of the decision process in direct democracy

An analysis of the 2014 New Zealand general election: do Internet use and online party mobilisation matter?

13 June 2019

The material politics of smart building energy management: A view from Sydney's commercial office space

The centre–periphery dimension and trust in politicians: the case of Norway

Strategic adaptation of city-regions in federal systems: comparing Canada and the United States

Fiscal rules to tame the political budget cycle: Evidence from Italian municipalities

Committed or Conditional Democrats? Opposition Dynamics in Electoral Autocracies

“Enlightened System” or “Regulatory Nightmare”?: New York’s Adirondack Mountains and the Conflicted Politics of Environmental Land-Use Reform During the 1970s

“The War Power Is Not a Blank Check”: The Supreme Court and Conscientious Objection, 1917–1973

Visible States and Invisible Nation: Newspaper Coverage of Nineteenth-Century Lawmaking

A High-Wire Crusade: Republicans and the War on Poverty, 1966

Social Capital, Civic Labor, and State Capacity in the Early American Republic: Schools, Courts, and Law Enforcement

Book review: The Blueprint: Conservative Parties and Their Impact on Canadian Politics

Book review: A Conservative Revolution? Electoral Change in Twenty-First-Century Ireland

Book review: Movement Parties Against Austerity

Book review: Why Parties Matter: Political Competition and Democracy in the American South

Seduced by secrecy – perplexed by complexity: effects of secret vs open-source on intelligence credibility and analytic confidence

An Alternative Route to Voting Reform: the Right to Vote, Voter Registration, Redistricting and U.S. State Constitutions

Downbound spiral? Economic grievances, perceived social protection and political distrust

Drivers of ratification rates in global biodiversity governance: local environmentalism, orientation toward global governance, and peer pressure

Promoting Diversity and Inclusion through Engagement: The APSA 2018 Hackathon

Reproductive rights or duties? The rhetoric of division in social media debates on abortion law in Poland

For the wild: ritual and commitment in radical eco-activism

Resigned activism: living with pollution in rural China

Making energy personal: policy coordination challenges in UK smart meter implementation

Status competition and rising powers in global governance: an introduction

How Do Observers Assess Resolve?

Building Trust: The Effect of US Troop Deployments on Public Opinion in Peru

Trade, Migration Costs and Asymmetric Migration Patterns

History and quantitative conflict research: A case for limiting the historical scope of our theoretical arguments

Does Public Opinion Constrain Presidential Unilateralism?

Public Support for Increasing Women and Minority MPs

The Women's Movement in Timor-Leste and Potential for Social Change

Dynamics of FII flows and stock market returns in a major developing country: How does economic uncertainty matter?

Varieties of Regional Integration, International Trade Networks and Risk

Tasmania July to December 2018

Northern Territory July to December 2018

South Australia July to December 2018

Australian Capital Territory July to December 2018

Western Australia July to December 2018

Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 2018

Editorial Note

Commonwealth of Australia

Victoria July to December 2018

Queensland July to December 2018

New South Wales July to December 2018

Democracy and Retribution: Transitional Justice and Regime Support in Postwar West Germany

A Feminine Advantage? Delineating the Effects of Feminine Trait and Feminine Issue Messages on Evaluations of Female Candidates

A Path out of Patriarchy? Political Agency and Social Identity of Women Fighters

Expressive Voting in Autocracies: A Theory of Non-Economic Participation with Evidence from Cameroon

An increasingly squeezed middle class? Changing income distributions and inequality in the EU15 through the last economic cycle

The legislature and agenda politics of social welfare: a comparative analysis of authoritarian and democratic regimes in South Korea

Impact of increased Long-term Care Insurance payments on employment and wages in formal long-term care

Can China Realize the Grid Parity Target of Centralized Photovoltaic Power by 2020?

Trade Imbalance, Heterogeneous Firms and Pollution Emissions: Evidence from China’s Manufacturing Sector

The Determinants of Gender Income Inequality in Vietnam: A Longitudinal Data Analysis

Sustainable aquaculture in Canada: Lost in translation

12 June 2019

An index of fisheries closures due to harmful algal blooms and a framework for identifying vulnerable fishing communities on the U.S. West Coast

Trouble in paradise: Competing discourses and complex governance in the Romanian danube delta

Estimating the impact of size dependent pricing on fisher revenues under the EU landing obligation

A characterization of Australian shortfin mako shark anglers

Global patterns in mangrove recreation and tourism

Fisheries crime, human rights and small-scale fisheries in South Africa: A case of bigger fish to fry

Challenges and possible solutions concerning the inspection/investigation dichotomy in the context of transnational organised fisheries crime: A South African perspective

Introduction and overview: Transnational organised fisheries crime

Fisheries Improvement Projects and small-scale fisheries: The need for a modified approach

Corrigendum to “Declining Arctic Ocean oil and gas developments: Opportunities to improve governance and environmental pollution control” [Mar. Pol. 75 (2017) 53–61]

State jurisdiction to investigate and try fisheries crime at sea

Legal and practical challenges around restitution, secrecy and asset recovery in transnational fisheries crime: A case study of United States v Bengis, 2013

Economic and Social Rights and Transitional Justice: A Framework of Analysis

National Culture, Firm Characteristics, and Dividend Policy

Non-Dividend Payout Behavior of Companies: Research on the Effect of Large Shareholders’ “Voting with Their Feet”

Research on Balance Strategy of Supervision and Incentive of P2P Lending Platform

University Spillovers, Spatial Distance, and Firm Innovation: Evidence at Chinese Listed Firms

How Does the Heterogeneity of Internal Control Weakness Affect R&D Investment?

Analysis of Economic Shock Effects between China and ASEAN: An Empirical Study Based on Multinational VAR

Issue Competition without Electoral Incentives? A Study of Issue Emphasis in the European Parliament

Cross-Pressure and Voting Behavior: Evidence from Randomized Experiments

The efficacy of cheap talk in collective action problems

Building Democracy and International Governance, by George M. Guess

51 Imperfect Solutions: States and the Making of American Constitutional Law, by Jeffrey S. Sutton

Violence and Terrorism in North Africa

The politics of attack. Communiqués and insurrectionary violence

The Energy Boom: Boon or Bane for Local Philanthropy?

Impacts of Internet on Openness to Change in China: Millennials Versus Pre‐Millennials

Between the Polar Code and Article 234: The Balance in Canada’s Arctic Shipping Safety and Pollution Prevention Regulations

Briefing: The Uprising In Sudan

Status-seeking policies of middle powers in status clubs: the case of Turkey in the G20

Empty Institutions in Global Environmental Politics

From party to leader mobilization? The personalization of voter turnout

Candidate nomination rules and party leader strategies

Inequality in Germany: A Macroeconomic Perspective

Don’t ask, don’t tell: academics and electoral politics in Indonesia

When Do Opponents of Gay Rights Mobilize? Explaining Political Participation in Times of Backlash against Liberalism

Can information campaigns impact preferences toward vote selling? Theory and evidence from Kenya

SPID: A New Database for Inferring Public Policy Innovativeness and Diffusion Networks

United Kingdom, United Courts? Hierarchical Interactions and Attention to Precedent in the British Judiciary

Book review

When Extremists Become Violent: Examining the Association Between Social Control, Social Learning, and Engagement in Violent Extremism

For Whom the Bell Trolls: Shifting Troll Behaviour in the Twitter Brexit Debate

Economic self-interest, information, and trade policy preferences: evidence from an experiment in Tunisia

Veiled Muslim women's strategies in response to Islamophobia in Paris

How Did Free Trade Reshape the Transitional China? Evidence from Heterogeneous Exporters and Firm-Level Pollution Emissions

What Determines the Subsidy Decision Bias of Local Governments? An Enterprise Heterogeneity Perspective