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The politics list at Cambridge is one of unparalleled quality and range. Our books list routinely tops surveys of political scientists for the calibre of its output, which includes field-defining series such as Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics, Cambridge Studies in International Relations and Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought. American Political Science Review and International Organization are widely recognised as the leading generalist journals in political science and international relations, while the likes of British Journal of Political Science and World Politics remain essential reading for researchers worldwide. For students and scholars across the breadth of political enquiry, Cambridge is the resource of choice.
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Searching for a New Kenya
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Colonial Institutions and Civil War
Shivaji Mukherjee
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Creating the Desired Citizen
Ihsan Yilmaz
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Law and Sentiment in International Politics
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Art and the Arab Spring
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Crossing Religious Boundaries
Marloes Janson
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Contesting Sovereignty
Joel Ng
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Chairman Mao's Children
Bin Xu
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Environmentalism and Global International Society
Robert Falkner
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Revolution in Syria
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Costly Calculations
Scott Sigmund Gartner, Gary M. Segura
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Dignity in the Egyptian Revolution
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Indebted Societies
Andreas Wiedemann
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Kings as Judges
Deborah Boucoyannis
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International Human Rights Law Beyond State Territorial Control
Antal Berkes
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The Increasing Viability of Good News
Stuart Soroka, Yanna Krupnikov
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The Unintended Consequences of Peace
Arie Marcelo Kacowicz, Exequiel Lacovsky, Keren Sasson, Daniel F. Wajner
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Journal of African Law Special Issue on Refugees, Returnees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Africa
02 June 2021, By the editors: Romola Adeola, Lutz Oette, Olivia Lwabukuna, and Frans Viljoen
The African Union (AU) declared 2019 the Year of Refugees, Returnees and Internally Displaced Persons: Towards Durable Solutions to Forced Displacement in Africa.…...
5 Things to Know about Cryptocurrencies and their Exchanges
07 May 2021, Koray Caliskan, The New School
1. Crypto is the Data Money, Blockchain is the Accounting System It is wrong to think that Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum are mere digital monies.…...
A new moment for climate governance: Can President Biden save the world from climate change?
13 April 2021, Paul G. Harris
Within hours of assuming office, President Joe Biden began taking steps to reverse his predecessor’s devastating policies on climate change. He returned the...
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