Journals

Democratic Backsliding and Acadmic Freedom in Hungary

Democratic Backsliding and Acadmic Freedom in Hungary by Zsolt Enyedi, Central European University The Hungarian government’s discriminatory actions against the Central European University constitute one of the most prominent conflicts between an academic institution and a […]

American political science review

Preventive Repression: Two Types of Moral Hazard

Preventive Repression: Two Types of Moral Hazard by Tiberiu Dragu, New York University and Adam Przeworski, New York University Authoritarian leaders maintain their grip on power primarily through preventive repression, routinely exercised by specialized security agencies with the […]

American political science review

The Credibility of Public and Private Signals: A Document-Based Approach

The Credibility of Public and Private Signals: A Document-Based Approach by Azusa Katagiri, Nanyang Technological University and Eric Min, University of California, Los Angeles For decades, scholars of international relations have studied the relative effects of actions, public […]