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Effects of Gender Quotas on Women’s Political Leadership

 Gender Quotas and Women’s Political Leadership by Diana Z. O’Brien and Johanna Rickne Though more than 100 countries have adopted gender quotas, the effects of these reforms on women’s political leadership are largely unknown. We exploit […]

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Non-domination or Practices of Freedom?

Non-domination or Practices of Freedom? French Muslim Women, Foucault, and The Full Veil Ban Inés Valdez, Ohio State University This article proposes a conception of freedom understood as practices. Based on Michel Foucault’s work on the […]

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Liberal Integrity and Foreign Entanglement

Liberal Integrity and Foreign Entanglement Shmuel Nili, Yale University My aim in this article is to show that there is distinctive normative value to thinking about a liberal polity as an agent with integrity that can […]

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Religious Minorities and Resistance to Genocide

Religious Minorities and Resistance to Genocide: The Collective Rescue of Jews in the Netherlands during the Holocaust Robert Braun, Cornell University and Northwestern University This article hypothesizes that minority groups are more likely to protect […]

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Experimentation and Persuasion in Political Organizations

Experimentation and Persuasion in Political Organizations Alexander V. Hirsch, California Institute of Technology Different beliefs about how to achieve shared goals are common in political organizations such as government agencies, campaigns, and NGOs. However, the consequences […]