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20 March 2019

Peaceful Accomodation: A New Research Program?

Relating self and other in Chinese and Western thought

The power of Trump-speak: populist crisis narratives and ontological security

Environmental Geopolitics and Outer Space

A New Cold War? International Public Opinion of Russia and the United States

History and Ethnic Conflict: Does Precolonial Centralization Matter?

Domestic Demand for Human Rights: Free Speech and the Freedom-Security Trade-Off

State Legislatures as Institutions

American State Legislatures in Historical Perspective

What Is, and Isn’t, Causing Polarization in Modern State Legislatures

State Legislatures as National Actors

Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Representation in State Legislatures

An Assessment of State-Legislative Research

Introduction: The Enduring Relevance of the State Assemblies

Moving Beyond Semantics on Autonomous Weapons: Meaningful Human Control in Operation

Theory Must Not Go on Holiday. Wittgenstein, the Pragmatists, and the Idea of Social Science

Ecological democracy and the rise and decline of liberal democracy: looking back, looking forward

Corrigendum to “Complex Systems and International Governance”

Who protests? An exploration of the class dimensions of anticorruption mobilization

Corruption and citizen participation in local government: Evidence from Latin America

Policy Feedback in a Racialized Polity

Domestic value chains as stepping stones to global value chain integration

Labour’s declining share of national income in Ireland and Denmark: the national specificities of structural change

New approaches to political economy

Before the Law: The complete text of Préjugés

Transparency and mistrust: Who or what should be made transparent?

Limitations to growth: Social-ecological challenges to aquaculture development in five wealthy nations

19 March 2019

The politics of Chinese tourism in South Korea: political economy, state-society relations, and international security

China’s long March at sea: explaining Beijing’s South China sea strategy, 2009–2016

Italians do it better? The Italian approach to the international relations

Goodbye, Postsocialism!

‘If a fight starts, watch the crowd’: The effect of violence on popular support for social movements

Revising order or challenging the balance of military power? An alternative typology of revisionist and status-quo states

A dynamic model of party membership and ideologies

Feminism and Solidarity on the Left: Rethinking the Unhappy Marriage Metaphor

Brexistential Angst and the Paradoxes of Populism: On the Contingency, Predictability and Intelligibility of Seismic Shifts

Canada Among Nations 2017: Justin Trudeau and Canadian Foreign Policy by Norman Hillmer and Philippe Lagassé, eds.

Diplomat, Dissident, Spook: A Canadian Diplomat’s Chronicles through the Cold War and Beyond by Bill Warden (Lisa Warden, ed.)

Alone in the world?: Making sense of Canada’s disputes with Saudi Arabia and China

Paying it forward: Canada's renewed commitment to NATO's enhanced Forward Presence

Shadows of Empire: The Anglosphere in British Politics by Michael Kenny and Nick Pearce

Curb your enthusiasm: Middle-power liberal internationalism and the future of the United Nations

For the greater good?: “Good states” turning UN peacekeeping towards counterterrorism

Introduction: Making liberal internationalism great again?

The view from MARS: US paleoconservatism and ideological challenges to the liberal world order

The Diplomacy of Decolonisation: America, Britain and the United Nations during the Congo Crisis, 1960–1964 by Alanna O’Malley

Strangers with Memories: The United States and Canada from Free Trade to Baghdad by John Stewart

Pierre Trudeau and Canada’s Pacific tilt, 1945–1984

Middle power liberal internationalism and mediation in messy places: The Canadian dilemma

Not dead yet: Human rights in an illiberal world order

Editors’ Introduction

Turbulent Empires: A History of Global Capitalism since 1945 by Mike Mason

NATO, liberal internationalism, and the politics of imagining the Western security community

Illiberalism, geopolitics, and middle power security: Lessons from the Norwegian case

Toward a Better World: Memoirs of a Life in International and Development Economics by Gerry Helleiner

Party crashers: Interest groups as a latent threat to party networks in congressional primaries

Street Demonstrations and the Media Agenda: An Analysis of the Dynamics of Protest Agenda Setting

Institutions and the “Resource Curse”: Evidence From Cases of Oil-Related Bribery

Religion and Democratic Citizenship: A Multilevel Examination

Productive specialization, peaceful cooperation and the problem of the predatory state: lessons from comparative historical political economy

United States

Middle East

Will Brexit Change the EU’s Foreign Policy?

Israel’s Four Fronts

The Once and Future Liberal Order

Cairo Illusions

Populism or Embedded Plutocracy? The Emerging World Order

The Blurring of War and Peace

Culture and Society

Euroscepticism and the European Elections

The Competing Logics of EU Security and Defence

Europe and the Liberal Order

The Ebb and Flow of International Orders

Globalisation, Populism and the Decline of the Welfare State

The Demise of the Global Liberal Order

The Winners and Losers from International Trade

Shaky Foundations: The‘Intellectual Architecture’of Trump’s China Policy

America’s Military Failures

Campaigning Outside the Campaign: Political Parties and Referendums in Bulgaria

Referendum as a Party Tool: The Case of Slovakia

Hijacked Direct Democracy: The Instrumental Use of Referendums in Romania

The Effect of Political Parties on Nationwide Referendums in Poland after 1989

How Political Parties Use Referendums: An Analytical Framework

Information Provision, Voter Coordination, and Electoral Accountability: Evidence from Mexican Social Networks

Partisan Poll Watchers and Electoral Manipulation

Revitalizing Local Government Performance Management: Further Dissecting the Role of Socioeconomic Status and Social Mobilization Policy

Structural Inequality and Ethnic Bloc Voting*

Exploring the formal and informal roles of regulatory intermediaries in transnational multistakeholder regulation

Measuring and Explaining Political Sophistication through Textual Complexity

Bridging the knowledge-action gap: A case of research rapidly impacting recreational fisheries policy

Majority protection: The origins of distorted proportional representation

FDI Backward Spillovers in China: What a Meta-Analysis Tells Us?

18 March 2019

Wealth and Voter Turnout: Investigating Twenty-Eight Democracies

State Building Amid Resistance: Administrative Intermediaries and the Making of Colonial Taiwan

Climate Change and Conflict

Good governance and multidimensional poverty: A comparative analysis of 71 countries

How do external territorial threats affect mass killing?

Female Palestinian Terrorists: The Role of the Intifada Period and the Terrorism Context

First thoughts on taking over Politics

Introduction To Spotlight On Promotion Letters

Response To Spotlight On Promotion Letters: An Option Worth Exploring

What Role Do Interest Groups Play in House Committees?: A View from Behind the Curtain

By the Numbers: The Inaugural 2018 TLC at APSA Survey Results

Response To Spotlight On Promotion Letters: A Solution In Search Of A Problem?

Centennial Center Spotlight: The Special Projects Fund: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of el Sector Latino de Ciencia Politica

Executive Director’s Report 2019

Response To Spotlight On Promotion Letters: The Devil Is In The (financial) Details

Rules, Polarization, and the Future of the Senate

Response To Spotlight On Promotion Letters: First, Trust Our Own Judgement

Promotion Letters: Current Problems and a Reform Proposal

Student-Run Exit Polls 101

Concluding Thoughts: Spotlight On Promotion Letters

Response To Spotlight On Promotion Letters: Reflections On The Changing Academy

A Review of Public Issue Salience: Concepts, Determinants and Effects on Voting

Changing the world one virgin at a time: abstinence pledgers, lifestyle movements, and social change

A spatial valence model of political participation in China

Achieving party unity in the Netherlands: Representatives’ sequential decision-making mechanisms at three levels of Dutch government

Government ideology and monetary policy in OECD countries

Mapping the fragmentation of the international forest regime complex: institutional elements, conflicts and synergies

Gender, Ambition, and Legislative Behavior in the United States House

Learning about Digital Trade: Privacy and e-commerce in CETA and TPP

Electoral Reform and Trade-Offs in Representation

How, When, and Why Do Religious Actors Use Public Reason? The Case of Assisted Dying in Britain

Holy Humanitarians: American Evangelicals and Global Aid. By Heather D. Curtis. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2018. 384 pages. $29.95 Hardcover

A ‘Primus Inter Pares’ in EU Foreign Policy? – German Leadership in the European Council during the Libyan and Ukrainian Crises

Measuring Geographic Distribution for Political Research

Toward a Separate Ethics of Political Field Experiments

Understanding the Crisis of Democracy in Brazil

Selective Exposure to Public Service News over Thirty Years: The Role of Ideological Leaning, Party Support, and Political Interest

Japan’s resilient, renewable cities: how socioeconomics and local policy drive Japan’s renewable energy transition

From Knowledge Economy to Automation Anxiety: A Growth Regime in Crisis?

Theorising indirect coercion: The logic of triangular strategies

Repertoires of statecraft: instruments and logics of power politics

The promise and record of international institutions

The sorcerer’s apprentice: Liberalism, ideology, and religion in world politics

Economic Geography, Political Inequality, and Public Goods in the Original 13 U.S. States

Why Military Organizations Are Cautious About Learning?

17 March 2019

The role of local government in rural communities: culture-based development strategies

Municipal Councillors in Parliament, a Handicap for Legislative Activism? Parliamentary Productivity of Dual Mandate-Holders in the Belgian Federal Assembly between 1995 and 2014

Operational Change and American Grand Strategy in the Context of the China Challenge

Conceptualizing future scenarios of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) in the Norwegian salmon industry

16 March 2019

Post-truth politics in the 2017 Euro-Turkish crisis

Climate change impact on Canada's Pacific marine ecosystem: The current state of knowledge

Political change and turnovers: How do political principals consider organizational, individual, and performance information?

Can We Change the Topic, Please? Assessing the Theoretical Construction of International Relations Scholarship

Social inclusion in the knowledge economy: unions’ strategies and institutional change in the Austrian and German training systems

15 March 2019

Regulating quack medicine

Elite interests and public spending: Evidence from Prussian cities

Deploying Tradition

When Open Borders Must Stay Open: Expectations and Freedom of Movement

A Tribute to Bill Havard: Founder of NPSA and Polity

Collision risk areas between fin and humpback whales with large cargo vessels in Mejillones Bay (23°S), northern Chile

Human rights in territorial peace agreements

The variety of institutionalised inequalities: Stratificatory interlinkages in interwar international society

Asymmetric Mutual Dependence between the State and Capitalists in China

Mass Media as a Source of Public Responsiveness

The Effects of Religious Attendance and Evangelical Identification on Media Perception and Political Knowledge

Fresh pipes with dirty water: How quality of government shapes the provision of public goods in democracies

Losers lose more than winners win: Asymmetrical effects of winning and losing in elections

National protest agenda and the dimensionality of party politics: Evidence from four East‐Central European democracies

The judicialisation of EMU politics: Resistance to the EU's new economic governance mechanisms at the domestic level

(Big) Society and (Market) Discipline: Social Investment and the Financialisation of Social Reproduction

Capital’s Artificial Intellect Becoming Uber’s Means of Autonomous Immaterial Production

Resurrection of the Dead, Exaltation of the New Struggles

International Investment Law, Time, and Economics: Fixing the Length of Economic Crises as a Costs-Allocation Tool between Host States and Foreign Investors

Five Little B(R)ICS: Huffing and Puffing, but not Blowing Your House in

The Shape of ‘Rising Powers’ to Come? The Antinomies of Growth and Neoliberal Development in Turkey

Foreground Liberalism, Background Nationalism: A Discursive‐institutionalist Account of EU Leverage and ‘Democratic Backsliding’ in East Central Europe

Borders Rules

Reclaiming the social: relationalism in anglophone international studies

Geographic Representation in Party‐Dominated Legislatures: A Quantitative Text Analysis of Parliamentary Questions in the German Bundestag

Brexit and the Future of the UK 's Unbalanced Economic Geography

Asymmetric Accountability: An Experimental Investigation of Biases in Evaluations of Governments’ Election Pledges

Peaceful Dispute Resolution by Authoritarian Regimes

Using the Carrot as the Stick: US Foreign Aid and the Effectiveness of Sanctions Threats

China's Energy Diplomacy: Does Chinese Foreign Policy Favor Oil-Producing Countries?

Patterns and trends in non-state actor participation in regional fisheries management organizations

Infrastructures of reception: The spatial politics of refuge in Mannheim, Germany

Mass human-caused mortality spurs federal action to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales in Canada

Are voters rational?

14 March 2019

Strategic Spending: Does Politics Influence Election Administration Expenditure?

Die politischen Parteien in der deutschen Islamdebatte. Konfliktlinien, Entwicklungen und Empfehlungen

Promoting or Controlling Political Decisions? Citizen Preferences for Direct-Democratic Institutions in Germany

The Terrorism Information Environment: Analysing Terrorists’ Selection of Ideological and Facilitative Media

Mapping Connections: A Dark Network Analysis of Neojihadism in Australia

The football lads alliance: a sheen of respectability for Britain’s far-right, counter-jihadi movement

Russian Society and Foreign Policy: Mass and Elite Orientations After Crimea

Pipeline Geopolitics: Subaquatic Materials and the Tactical Point

Concepts of democracy in democratic and nondemocratic countries

Political consumerism: A comparative analysis of established and developing democracies

Climate justice in the endgame for 2 degrees

Exploiting the common pool or looking to the future? A study of free-riding leading up to the 2007 municipal amalgamations in Denmark

Public Diplomacy and International Conflict Resolution: A Cautionary Case from Cold War South America

Multilateralism and the Use of Force: Experimental Evidence on the Views of Foreign Policy Elites

US Strikes in Somalia and Targeted Civilian Killings by Al-Shabaab: An Empirical Investigation

Participation as a Safety Valve: Police Reform Through Participatory Security in Latin America

Bureaucratic Activism: Pursuing Environmentalism Inside the Brazilian State

Introduction The Politics of Participation in Latin America: New Actors and Institutions

Overcoming the Limits of Legal Opportunity Structures: LGBT Rights’ Divergent Paths in Costa Rica and Colombia

Society-driven Participatory Institutions: Lessons from Colombia’s Planning Councils

Making National Participatory Institutions Work: Bureaucrats, Activists, and AIDS Policy in Brazil

Participatory Social Policies: Diverging Patterns in Brazil and Bolivia

Land law reform in Kenya: Devolution, veto players, and the limits of an institutional fix

‘Lordy Me!’ Can donations buy you a British peerage? A study in the link between party political funding and peerage nominations, 2005–2014

United States – Certain Methodologies and Their Application to Anti-Dumping Proceedings Involving China: Nails in the Coffin of Unfair Dumping Margin Calculation Methodologies

Tariff Evasion and Trade Policies

Contextualizing the Economic Basis of Political Support: Government Economic Engagement, Economic Perceptions, and Democratic Satisfaction

Classical English School Theory and the Ottoman/Turk: Reimagining an Exclusionary Eurocentric Narrative

The Environmental Consequences of Asymmetric War: A Panel Study of Militarism and Carbon Emissions, 2000–2010

The Diaspora and economic development in Africa

Editorial: Acknowledging Peer Review Excellence