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Democratic Citizenship and Denationalization

Democratic Citizenship and Denationalization by Pattti Tamara Lenard, University of Ottawa The power to denationalize citizens – that is, to revoke citizenship – is one that many states have historically claimed for themselves, but which has largely […]

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Taking Religion Seriously? Habermas on Religious Translation and Cooperative Learning in Post-secular Society

Taking Religion Seriously? Habermas on Religious Translation and Cooperative Learning in Post-secular Society by Giorgi Areshidze, Claremont McKenna College This article evaluates Jürgen Habermas’s attempt to reopen political liberalism to religion. In trying to “take religion […]

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Reevaluating the Middle-Class Protest Paradigm: A Case-Control Study of Democratic Protest Coalitions in Russia

Reevaluating the Middle-Class Protest Paradigm: A Case-Control Study of Democratic Protest Coalitions in Russia by Bryn Rosenfeld, University of Southern California A large literature expects rising middle classes to promote democracy. However, few studies provide direct […]

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How the Chinese Government Fabricates Social Media Posts for Strategic Distraction, Not Engaged Argument

How the Chinese Government Fabricates Social Media Posts for Strategic Distraction, Not Engaged Argument By Gary King, Harvard University, Jennifer Pan, Stanford University, & Margaret E. Roberts, University of California, San Diego The Chinese government has long […]

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New APSR article “The Death Camp Eldorado: Political and Economic Effects of Mass Violence”

New APSR article “The Death Camp Eldorado: Political and Economic Effects of Mass Violence”  by Volha Charnysh, Princeton University, Evgeny Finkel, George Washington University Armed conflicts often involve massive redistribution of property through confiscation, looting, extortion, […]