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20 April 2019

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19 April 2019

Questions of Order in the U.S. Senate: Procedural Uncertainty and the Role of the Parliamentarian*

Resistance and Revolution in the Age of Authoritarian Revanchism: The Power of Revolutionary Imaginaries in the Austerity-Security State Era

Communicative Capitalism and Revolutionary Form

Book Review: Harold D Clarke, Matthew Goodwin and Paul Whiteley, Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union

Detecting Learning by Exporting Effects on Firms’ Productivity Distribution by Accounting for Heterogeneous Macrofactors and Panel Attrition

Due Diligence and Overlooked Evidence in the South China Sea Arbitration: A Note

The financialization of mass wealth, banking crises and politics over the long run

Risk Sharing and Institutional Quality: Evidence from OECD and Emerging Economies

Explaining the European commission’s strategies in times of crisis

Japanese revisionists and the ‘Korea threat’: insights from ontological security

Book Review: Apostles of Certainty. Data Journalism and the Politics of Doubt

From Epistemic to Identity Crisis: Perspectives on the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

Precolonial citizenship in South Sulawesi

Meeting expectations in the EU regulatory state? Regulatory communications amid conflicting institutional demands

Classical Marxism and Maoism: A comparative study

A Transatlantic Secular Divide? The Representation of Religion in EU and US Foreign Policy

18 April 2019

Last of the President's Men

“The World Was Not Turning in Their Direction”: The United States and the Decolonization of Angola

So Much to Lose: John F. Kennedy and American Policy in Laos

Kremlin jalanjäljet: Suomettuminen ja vuoden 2002 vakoilukohun tausta

The Near Abroad: Eastern Europe and Soviet Patriotism in Ukraine, 1956–1985

“Yugoslavia's Help Was Extraordinary”: Political and Material Assistance from Belgrade to the MPLA in Its Rise to Power, 1961–1975

Man of the Hour: James B. Conant, Warrior Scientist

Gorbachev: His Life and Times.

Comrades of Color: East Germany in the Cold War World

Crash Course: From the Good War to the Forever War

Decentering the Cold War in Southern Africa: The Portuguese Policy of Decolonization and Détente in Angola and Mozambique (1974–1984)

Independence, Intervention, and Internationalism: Angola and the International System, 1974–1975

Praying for Justice: The World Council of Churches and the Program to Combat Racism

Sovetskaya politika po rasshireniyu yuzhnykh granits: Stalin i azerbaidzhanskaya karta v bor'be za neft’ (1939–1945)

Southeast Asia's Cold War: An Interpretive History

DDR Spionage: Von Albanien bis Grossbritannien

The Secret War of Intelligence: The Mysterious Mission of “Jack Strong” and its Impact on the Cold War in the 1970s and 1980s

Dealing with Dictators: The United States, Hungary, and East Central Europe, 1943-1989

Apartheid's Bomb and Regional Liberation: Cold War Perspectives

Concluding observations: citizenship in cities, states and empires

The Border as a ‘Broken Middle’: Pursuing an Ethical Approach to Bordering

Valence, Elections, and Legislative Institutions

Why Do States Adopt Truth Commissions After Transition?*

International Hegemony Meets Domestic Politics: Why Liberals Can Be Pessimists

Is Green Growth Possible?

17 April 2019

On the Meaning of Survey Reports of Roll‐Call “Votes”

The parting of the seas: norms, material power and state control over the ocean

Do citizens evaluate international cooperation based on information about procedural and outcome quality?

Surviving Political Scandals: Why Some Transgressions End Political Careers and Others Do Not

The Politics of Whistleblowing in Digitalized Societies

The global subject of precarity

Politicization and Expertise: Exit, Effort, and Investment

Groceries for Votes: The Electoral Returns of Vote Buying

Imperfect Knowledge and Stable Governance in Democracies: An Agent-Based Model

Group Threat at the Ground Level: Support for Ethnically Radical Parties in the Northern Ireland Assembly

Evaluative voting or classical voting rules: Does it make a difference? Empirical evidence for consensus among voting rules

The Struggle for Jerusalem’s Holy Places

The non-politics of abandonment: Resource extractivisim, precarity and coping in Tete, Mozambique

Facing the fence: The production and performance of a Himalayan border in global contexts

Othering as soft-power discursive practice: China Daily’s construction of Trump’s America in the 2016 presidential election

Public deliberations in the Council of the European Union: Introducing and validating DICEU

Introduction: German Party Membership in the 21st Century

Foreword

The comparative study of democratic reform

Who'll Stop the Rain? Repeated Disasters and Attitudes Toward Government *

Comparing Classification Trees to Discern Patterns of Terrorism *

Strategic warning intelligence: history, challenges, and prospects

Reconfiguring the French nation: Public debates on the Left and national identity

Inequality, leverage, and crises: Theory and evidence revisited

Does Global Value Chain Engagement Improve Firms’ Wages:The Empirical Evidence from China

Empirical Evidence on Surrogate Country Method for Non‐Market Economy: US Anti‐Dumping Policy Toward China

Europe's eastern crisis: the geopolitics of asymmetry, by Richard Youngs

16 April 2019

What is the Norway Model? Mode of Affiliation or Political Compromise?

Creating Political Habitus: Religion Versus Nonreligion *

“Is There Anybody Out There?”: Communication of Natural Hazard Warnings at Home and Away*

Elections, Protest, and Trust in Government: A Natural Experiment from Russia

Large buyers at a fish auction: The case of the Norwegian pelagic auction

Correction to: The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Migration in Europe

Learning to Lead? Germany and the Leadership Paradox in EU Foreign Policy

Media Freedom and Protest Events in the Global South*

Exploring Sensitive Topics in an Authoritarian Context: An Insider Perspective*

Representation's Effect on Latinx College Graduation Rates*

Crisis management beyond the humanitarian-development nexus

Framing Political Risks: Individual Differences and Loss Aversion in Personal and Political Situations

Introduction: Poland’s Wars of Symbols

On the Genealogy of the Symbol of the Cross in the Polish Political Imagination

Symbolic Thickening of Public Culture and the Rise of Right-Wing Populism in Poland

Claiming the Shipyard, the Cowboy Hat, and the Anchor for Women: Polish Feminism’s Dialogue and Struggle with National Symbolism

Border Trouble: Ethnopolitics and Cosmopolitan Memory in Recent Polish Cinema

Reading Marx

Close cousins in protection: the evolution of two norms

High-profile international commitments for ocean protection: Empty promises or meaningful progress?

The French elections of 2017: shaking the disease?

Urgency in the Anthropocene by Amanda H. Lynch and Siri Veland

What Has Nonviolence Got To Do With The EU?

The securitization audience in theologico-political perspective: Giorgio Agamben, doxological acclamations, and paraconsistent logic

Whose justice? The ICC ‘Africa problem’

The Marxian influence on Leonard Woolf’s theory of imperialism

Signaling with Reform: How the Threat of Corruption Prevents Informed Policy-making

The Thai Lao – Thailand's largest unrecognized transboundary national ethnicity

Food from the ocean; towards a research agenda for sustainable use of our oceans’ natural resources

15 April 2019

Navigating Securities: Rethinking (Counter-)Terrorism, Stability Maintenance, and Non-Violent Responses in the Chinese Province of Xinjiang

Religious Extremism, Religiosity and Sympathy toward the Taliban among Students across Madrassas and Worldly Education Schools in Pakistan

The Treachery of Images: Visualizing “Statehood” as a Tactic for the Legitimization of Non-State Actors

Globalization and taxation: Theory and evidence

Tuning In, Not Turning Out: Evaluating the Impact of Ethnic Television on Political Participation

Institutional collapse and shifting balance of ontological security: role of Malaysia’s dual identity in the decay of ASPAC in the 1960s and 1970s

Exporting ‘active citizenship’: foreign support for citizenship education in the Arab world

The plural of soldier is not troops: The politics of groups in legitimating militaristic violence

Instruments of securitization and resisting subjects: For-profit professionals in the finance–security nexus

Electoral reform and partisan dealignment in Indonesia

Conflict negotiations and rebel leader selection

Social protection in an aspiring ‘developmental state’: The political drivers of Ethiopia’s PSNP

Zimbabwe: The coup that never was, and the election that could have been

Polarization of Climate Change Beliefs: The Role of the Millennial Generation Identity *

‘ Sistem te laže! ’: the anti‐ruling class mobilisation of high school students in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Asymmetric effect of demand uncertainty on intrafirm trade in the durable and nondurable industries

Wind(ow) of Change: A Systematic Review of Policy Entrepreneurship Characteristics and Strategies

Punctuated Equilibrium and Bureaucratic Autonomy in American City Governments

Book Review: Andrew R Lewis. The Rights Turn in Conservative Christian Politics: How Abortion Transformed the Culture Wars

Book Review: Nadia E Brown and Sarah Allen Gershon, Distinct Identities: Minority Women in U.S. Politics

Women's representation and European green parties: unlocking the connection

The Promise and Peril of Peacekeeping Economies

Norm emergence as agenda diffusion: Failure and success in the regulation of cluster munitions

Missing from the Map: Chinese Exceptionalism, Sovereignty Regimes and the Belt Road Initiative

The writing is on the wall: the limited professionalization of European parliament election campaign posters

Social media, temporality, and the legitimacy of protest

Gender beliefs as a dimension of tactical choice: the ‘Take Back the Night’ march in Sweden

Framing and counter-framing a Peace March in Russia: the use of Twitter during a hybrid war

Forms of citizenship in pre-modern South India

Regulatory relationships across levels of multilevel governance systems: From collaboration to competition

Mr. Trump's Wild Ride: The Thrills, Chills, Screams, and Occasional Blackouts of an Extraordinary Presidency. By Major Garrett. New York: All Points Books/St. Martin's Press, 2018. 326 pp.

Presidential Leadership and National Security: The Obama Legacy and Trump Trajectory. Edited by Richard S. Conley. New York: Routledge, 2018. 240 pp.

14 April 2019

Ethnicity, Institutions, and Female Representation

Gender Differences in Career