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From Wuhan to the World: How the Pandemic Will Reshape Geopolitics François Heisbourg | Survival
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The Coronavirus Could Reshape Global Order

Kurt M. Campbell, Rush Doshi | Foreign Affairs

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Critics in Israel Say Netanyahu Using Coronavirus as Pretext for Massive Power Grab

Noga Tarnopolsky | Los Angeles Times

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Coronavirus Could Transform the International Order

Kojo Koram | Tribune

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Will COVID-19 End Globalization?

Daniel Drezner | The Agenda with Steve Paikin

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Stretching the International Order to Its Breaking Point

Thomas Wright | The Atlantic

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Coronavirus: who will be winners and losers in new world order?

Patrick Wintour | The Guardian

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Is Coronavirus Ushering in a New World Order?

Barbara Ehrenreich, Mike Davis | Start Making Sense

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Covid 19 and the Emerging World Order

Tshilidzi Marwala, Alex Broadbent | University of Johannesburg

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Borders, im/mobilities, and pandemic nations

Manoj Dias-Abey | Verso Books

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Would COVID-19 Be the Turning Point in History for the Globalization Era? The Short-Term and Long-Term Impact of COVID-19 on Globalization

Amin R. Yacoub, Mohamed El-Zomor | New York University

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World Order and Covid-19 Pandemic

Richard Falk | Global Justice in the 21st Century

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The World Order Is Broken. The Coronavirus Proves It.

Kate Aronoff | The New Republic

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The Law of the WHO, COVID-19 and the Multilateral World Order

Armin von Bogdandy | Verfassungsblog

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The International Order After COVID-19

Robert Malley | Project Syndicate

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Pandemic fuels international disorder

Doyle McManus | The Seattle Times

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COVID-19 and Deglobalisation

Peter Watkins, Linda Yueh | LSE Podcasts

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Can Cities Fix a Post-Pandemic World Order?

Nina Hachigian, Anthony F. Pipa | Foreign Policy

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Are We Seeing a COVID-Created New World Order Emerge?

Sydney Wise | The Cairo Review

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Global Health Security: COVID-19 and Its Impacts – The ASEAN-Led Multilateral Order: Unravelling?

Tsjeng Zhizhao Henrick, Shawn Ho | RSIS

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Donald Trump and “America first”: the road ahead is open

Gorm R. Olsen | International Politics

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The Coronavirus Pandemic: Will the pandemic lead to a shift in the global order?

Shyam Saran | ThoughtSpace

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Chinese Economic Policy Strategy after the Global Financial Crisis: A pseudo Bretton Woods in the Making?

Bahtiyar Mehmed | Modern Diplomacy

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Donor Rules or Donors Rule? International Institutions and Political Corruption

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton, Christina J. Schneider | AJIL Unbound

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The Contagion of Democracy through International Networks

Skyler J. Cranmer | Social Networks

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Competing for a Better Role Relation: International Relations, Sino-US Rivalry and Game of Weiqi

Chih-Yu Shih, Chiung-Chiu Huang | Journal of Chinese Political Science

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Democratic Transitions, Institutional Strength, and War

Edward D. Mansfield, Jack L. Snyder | International Organization

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Chinese Military Innovation in the AI Revolution

Elsa B. Kania | The RUSI Journal

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Continuity and change in a Second Cold War

Harvey M. Sapolsky | China International Strategy Review

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Structural Constraints and Human Agency in Global Summitry and the Liberal Order

Alan S. Alexandroff, Arthur A. Stein | Global Summitry

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Understanding Multilateral Institutions in Easy and Hard Times

Robert O. Keohane | Annual Review of Political Science

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Global Governance in der Weltordnung von heute

Georg Simonis | Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft

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Rethinking un Peacekeeping Burden-Sharing in a Time of Global Disorder

Arthur Boutellis | Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences

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The Evolving Geopolitical Landscape in the Post‐Arbitration South China Sea

Serafettin Y. (. Yao), Fu‐Kuo Liu | Pacific Focus

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The Strategic Logic of Covert Regime Change: US-Backed Regime Change Campaigns during the Cold War

Lindsey A. O’Rourke | Security Studies

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Understanding the U.S. Military as an “External State”

Patrick Chung | Diplomatic History

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Transnational Actors and Transnational Governance in Global Environmental Politics

Thomas Hale | Annual Review of Political Science

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Great power rivalry and the weakening of collective hegemony: revisiting the relationship between international society and international order

Zachary Paikin | Cambridge Review of International Affairs

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International political alignment during the Trump presidency: voting at the un general assembly

Martin Mosler, Niklas Potrafke | International Interactions

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Is faster better? Political and ethical framings of pace and space

Jack L. Amoureux | International Theory

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Narratives and International Reconciliation

Jennifer Lind | Journal of Global Security Studies

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US-China Competition and the International Order

Yan Xuetong, Andrew Mertha | SAIS events

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Authoritarian Powers and Norm Contestation in the Liberal International Order: theorizing the Power Politics of Ideas and Identity

Gregorio Bettiza, David Lewis | Journal of Global Security Studies

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From a Dysfunctional World Order to a Sustainable Future

Richard Falk | Global Policy Journal

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The Future of Foreign Policy

Torrey Taussig, Max Bergmann | Brussels Sprouts

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Threatening the Unthinkable: Strategic Stability and the Credibility of North Korea’s Nuclear Threats

Nick Kodama | Journal of Global Security Studies

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Keeping the Americans In: the THAAD Deployment on the Korean Peninsula in the Context of Sino-American Rivalry

Yong S. Choi | Contemporary Security Policy

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Making and Breaking Alliances: on Valuation in Hegemonic Projects

Katharina Bodirsky | Dialectical Anthropology

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Foreign Policy through Other Means: Hard Power, Soft Power, and China’s Turn to Political Warfare to Influence the United States

Jacques Delisle | Orbis

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From armed conflict to urban violence: transformations in the International Committee of the Red Cross, international humanitarianism, and the laws of war

Miriam Bradley | European Journal of International Relations

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When Democratic Governance Unites and Divides: Social Status and Contestation in the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe

Catherine Hecht | Cooperation and Conflict

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Do Emerging Military Technologies Matter for International Politics?

Michael C. Horowitz | Annual Review of Political Science

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Otherness and Resilience in Bilateral Relations: the Cases of Israel‒Germany, India‒Russia, and India‒Israel

Michal B. Hirsch, Manjari C. Miller | Journal of International Relations and Development

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Tension and Rivalry: the ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative, Global Governance, and International Law

Jianfu Chen | The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law

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Democratic Breakdown and the Hidden Perils of the Democratic Peace

Joshua Tschantret | European Journal of International Relations

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Conspiring With the Enemy: The Ethic of Cooperation in Warfare

Yvonne Chiu | Columbia University Press

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Propositions On Sino-American Trade Dispute Some Helpful Ideas From Social Science

Steve Chan | Rajaratnam School of International Studies

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Richard Mulcahy: From the Politics of War to the Politics of Peace 1913-1924

Padraig O Caoimh | Irish Academic Press

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Political Survival and Sovereignty in International Relations

Jesse D. Savage | Cambridge University Press

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Orders of Exclusion: Great Powers and the Strategic Sources of Foundational Rules in International Relations

Kyle M. Lascurettes | Oxford University Press

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The Coronavirus and China-U.S. Relations

Mel Gurtov | Foreign Policy In Focus

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US-China Rivalry in the Coronavirus Era

Michael Fullilove, Richard McGregor | The Lowy Institute

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Illusions of a New Bipolarity

Alexey Gromyko | Modern Diplomacy

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Covid-19 and its Impact on Euro Atlantic Security

James Everard, Nathalie Tocci | LSE Podcasts

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Post-COVID-19: A new world order?

Rasmus Sinding Søndergaard | DIISpublish

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Is Twitter Killing the Written Word?

Serghei Sadohin | Fair Observer

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Mr. President, I Am Arresting You for Twitter Crimes

Shuja Haider | The Outline

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The Internet Novel Is as Chaotic as Your Twitter Feed

Maddie Crum | Literary Hub

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Twitter in Brazil: Discourses on China in Times of Coronavirus

Francisca M. R. de Andrade | Universidade Federal Fluminense

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Examining the Evolution of the Twitter Elite Network

Reza Motamedi | Social Network Analysis and Mining

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Crisis upon Crisis: the Geopolitical & Economic Implications of the Pandemic

Moises Naim | Carnegie Middle East Center

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Yes, The Medium Matters: How Facebook and Twitter boost Populism in Europe

Piergiuseppe Fortunato, Marco Pecoraro | University of Neuchatel

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Influence of media on the political conversation on Twitter: Activity, popularity, and authority in the digital debate in Spain

Andreu Casero-Ripolles | ICONO 14

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Fake News on Facebook and Twitter: Investigating How People (Don’t) Investigate

Christine Geeng | University of Washington

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Trump, Twitter, Circulation: American Politics as Global Entertainment

Brian T. Edward | NYU Abu Dhabi Institute

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Spotting Political Social Bots in Twitter: a Use Case of the 2019 Spanish General Election

Javier Pastor-Galindo | University of Murcia

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Infrastructure and the Post-Truth Era: is Trump Twitter’s Fault?

Martin Oliver | Postdigital Science and Education

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Context Matters: Political Polarization on Twitter from a Comparative Perspective

Aleksandra Urman | Media, Culture & Society

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From the telegraph to Twitter: the case for the digital platform act

Harold Feld | Computer Law & Security Review

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Do Social Media Create Revolutions? Using Twitter Sentiment Analysis for Predicting the Maidan Revolution in Ukraine

Iana Sabatovych | Global Media and Communication

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Twitter trolls: a linguistic profile of anti-democratic discourse

Jonas Lundberg, Mikko Laitinen | Language Sciences

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Is There a Crisis of Democracy in Europe?

Hanspeter Kriesi | Politische Vierteljahresschrift volume

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Emotional Responses to Bureaucratic Red Tape

Fabian Hattke | Public Administration Review

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Populism and Democratic Theory

Jane Mansbridge, Stephen Macedo | Annual Review of Law and Social Science

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Performing Populism: Trump’s Transgressive Debate Style and the Dynamics of Twitter Response

Erik P. Bucy | New Media & Society

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Populism in the Era of Twitter: How Social Media Contextualized New Insights into an Old Phenomenon

Homero G. D. Zúñiga, Karolina K. Michalska, Andrea Römmele | New Media & Society

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Enmeshing the Mundane and the Political: Twitter, Lgbti+ Outing and Macro-Political Polarisation in Turkey

Ozge Ozduzen, Umut Korkut | Contemporary Politics

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The perils of accountability after crisis: ambiguity, policy legacies, and value trade-offs

Nadia Hilliard | Cambridge Review of International Affairs

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Playing the “Game” of Transparency and Accountability: Non-elite Politics in Kyrgyzstan’s Natural Resource Governance

Janyl Moldalieva | Post-Soviet Affairs

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The breaching experiment. Donald Trump and the normative foundations of democracy

Andreas Schedler | Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft

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Trust Nobody: How Voters React To Conspiracy Theories

Giovanna Maria Invernizzi, Ahmed Ezzeldin Mohamed | Columbia University

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Politicization, Bureaucratic Legalism, and Innovative Attitudes in the Public Sector

Victor Lapuente Kohei Suzuki | Public Administration Review

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Militants, criminals, and warlords: the challenge of local governance in an age of disorder

Saya Kiba | Journal of Contemporary East Asia Studies

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Relationship between government quality, economic growth and income inequality: Evidence from Vietnam

Nguyen Thanh Hung | Cogent Business & Management

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Scraping the demos. Digitalization, web scraping and the democratic project

Lena Ulbricht | Democratization

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Elite Identity and Political Accountability: A Tale of Ten Islands

Jean-Paul Carvalho, Christian Dippel | The Economic Journal

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Learning from Our Mistakes: Public Management Reform and the Hope of Open Government

Alex Ingrams | Perspectives on Public Management and Governance

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Corruption and Accountability in China’s Rural Poverty Governance: Main Features from Village and Township Cadres

Shuai Wu, Tom Christensen | International Journal of Public Administration

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Democracy and the Politics of Coronavirus: Trust, Blame and Understanding

Matthew Flinders | Parliamentary Affairs

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Street-level bureaucrats’ action in the implementation of public policies in Brazil: a proposal for expanded analysis

Francesco Bonelli |

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Bureaucracy and Growth

Agnes Cornell | Comparative Political Studies

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Democracy’s Inevitable Elites

Ghia Nodia | Journal of Democracy

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Representation, legitimacy, and innovation

Jane Mansbridge | Journal of Chinese Governance

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Authoritarian Welfare State, Regime Stability, and the 2018 Pension Reform in Russia

Igor Logvinenko | Communist and Post-Communist Studies

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Top-down, bottom-up or outside-in? An examination of triadic mechanisms on firm innovation in Chinese firms

Yu Zhou | Asian Business & Management

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Data-driven elections: implications and challenges for democratic societies

Colin J. Bennett, David Lyon | Internet Policy Review

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Weak Street-level Enforcement of Tax Laws: The Role of Tax Collectors’ Persistent but Broken Public Service Expectations

Moritz Schmoll | The Journal of Development Studies

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Democratization beyond the post-democratic turn: towards a research agenda on new conceptions of citizen participation

Ingolfur Blühdorn, Felix Butzlaff | Democratization

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How do political elites persist? Political selection, political inequality and empirical historical research

Brenda Van Coppenolle | French Politics

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The rise of illiberal politics in Southeast Europe

Damir Kapidžić | Southeast European and Black Sea Studies

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Elite Coalitions and Power Balance across African Regimes: Introducing the African Cabinet and Political Elite Data Project (ACPED)

Clionadh Raleigh, Daniel Wigmore-Shepherd | Ethnopolitics

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Corruption, Party Leaders, and Candidate Selection: Evidence from Italy

Raffaele Asquer | Legislative Studies Quarterly

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Polarization and Ideological Weaving in Twitter Discourse of Politicians

Farzana Masroor | Social Media + Society

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Under Siege: The Rise of Right-Wing Populism or has the Demos Become Crazy?

Paul D. ScottI | Galáxia (São Paulo)

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The (un)intended effects of street-level bureaucrats’ enforcement style: Do citizens shame or obey bureaucrats?

Noortje de Boer | Public Policy and Administration

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The joint effect of democracy and economic freedom on corruption

Cristian Johan Picón Viana | Revista de Administração Pública

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Politicising Government Engagement with Corporate Social Responsibility: “CSR” as an Empty Signifier

Anna Zueva, Jenny Fairbrass | Journal of Business Ethics

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Civil society representation and digital accountability in Brazilian participatory institutions

Debora Rezende de Almeida | Journal of Chinese Governance

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Accountability and legitimacy of NGOs under authoritarianism: the case of China

Jude Howell | Third World Quarterly

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Political appointments in municipal governments and bureaucratic performance: evaluating achievement

André Luis Rabelo Cardoso, André Marenco | Revista de Administração Pública

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Domestic contestation of the European Union

Sara B. Hobolt, Toni Rodon | Journal of European Public Policy

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Democratic legitimacy in the post-crisis EMU

Ben Crum, Stefano Merlo | Journal of European Integration

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The politics of accountability

Jenny Ozga | Journal of Educational Change volume

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Theories of whistleblowing

Emanuela Ceva, Michele Bocchiola | Philosophy Compass

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Accountability, denial and the future-proofing of British torture

Ruth Blakeley, Sam Raphael | International Affairs

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Clientelism in small states: how smallness influences patron–client networks in the Caribbean and the Pacific

Wouter Veenendaal, Jack Corbett | Democratization

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The digital commercialisation of US politics — 2020 and beyond

Jeff Chester, Kathryn C. Montgomery | Internet Policy Review

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Decentralized governments: local empowerment and sustainable development challenges in Africa

George Atisa | Environment, Development and Sustainability

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Mediated Sociability: Audience Participation and Convened Citizen Engagement in Interactive Broadcast Shows in Africa

Sharath Srinivasan, Claudia Abreu Lopes | International Journal of Communication

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Public Perception of Rentier Elites in the Middle East and North Africa

Hamid E. Ali | International Journal of Public Administration

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People as the Roots (of the State): Democratic Elements in the Politics of Traditional Vietnamese Confucianism

Tai-Dong Nguyen, Manh-Tung Ho | Journal of Nationalism, Memory & Language Politics

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Turkey’s deepening authoritarianism and the fall of electoral democracy

Zafer Yılmaz, Bryan S. Turner | British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

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Ministerial Leadership and Endorsement of Bureaucrats: Experimental Evidence from Presidential Governments

Don S. Lee, Soonae Park | Public Administration Review

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Populism as a Factor of Destabilisation in Consolidated Democracies

Artur Roland Kozłowski | NISPAcee Journal of Public Administration and Policy

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Egalitarianism and the democratic deconsolidation: Is democracy compatible with socialism?

François Facchini, Mickael Melki | Public Choice

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Safeguarding, shifting, splitting or sharing? Conflicting conceptions of popular sovereignty in the EU-polity

Jan Pieter Beetz | Journal of European Integration

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Government corruption and Internet access diffusion: global evidence

João Carlos Hipólito Bernardes do Nascimento | Revista de Administração Pública

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Social accountability under authoritarianism: Public supervision of local governments in China

Zhuang Meixi | China Information

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Bureaucracy and the Failure of Politics: Challenges to Democratic Governance

Kenneth J. Meier | Administration & Society

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Max Weber in the tropics: How global climate politics facilitates the bureaucratization of forestry in Indonesia

Markus Lederer, Chris Höhne | Regulation & Governance

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New Public Management and the Police Profession at Play

Christin Thea Wathne | Criminal Justice Ethics

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Accountability and hybridity in welfare governance

Avishai Benish, Paola Mattei | Public Administration

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Pandemic democracy: elections and COVID-19

Todd Landman, Luca Di Gennaro Splendore | Journal of Risk Research

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Legal Mobilization and Authoritarianism

Lynette J. Chua | Annual Review of Law and Social Science

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Inefficiency in public organizations

Aidan R.Vining, David L.Weimer | International Public Management Journal

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The Divine Bureaucracy and Disenchantment of Social Life

Maznah Mohamad | Palgrave Macmillan

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Election Cycles and Organizations: How Politics Shapes the Performance of State-owned Enterprises over Time

Carlos Inoue | Administrative Science Quarterly

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Press freedom and corruption: An examination of the relationship

Basyouni Ibrahim Hamada | Global Media and Communication

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The Chick Diffusion: How Newspapers Fail to Meet Normative Expectations Regarding Their Democratic Role in Public Debate

Marie Garnier | Journalism Studies

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Political boundary spanning: politicians at the interface between collaborative governance and representative democracy

Eva Sørensen | Policy and Society

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Accountability and Authoritarianism: Human Rights in Malaysia and Singapore

Garry Rodan | Journal of Contemporary Asia

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Accounting for profitable prevention—The case of social investments

Cristian Lagström, Emma Ek Österberg | Financial Accountability & Management

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Clientelism and Local Politics: Interactions Between Municipal Councilors and Voters in the State of Minas Gerais

Marta Mendes Rocha | Brazilian Political Science Review

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Securing personal freedom through institutions: the role of electoral democracy and judicial independence

Niclas Berggren, Jerg Gutmann | European Journal of Law and Economics volume

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