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Gandhi’s Failure: Anticolonial Movements and Postcolonial Futures

Gandhi’s Failure: Anticolonial Movements and Postcolonial Futures by Sandipto Dasgupta, Ashoka University, New Delhi  M.K. Gandhi was the undisputed leader of India’s struggle for independence. Yet his vision for postcolonial India was completely marginalized at the moment […]

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Democratic Peace: Progress and Crisis

Democratic Peace: Progress and Crisis by Christopher Hobson, Waseda University, Japan When work on the democratic peace first emerged it contributed to the revitalization of liberal thought and represented an important contribution to International Relations (IR). […]

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Has the Top Two Primary Elected More Moderates?

Has the Top Two Primary Elected More Moderates? by Eric McGhee, Public Policy Institute of California and Boris Shor, University of Houston Party polarization is perhaps the most significant political trend of the past several decades of […]

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When Is It Rational to Learn the Wrong Lessons? Technocratic Authority, Social Learning, and Euro Fragility

When Is It Rational to Learn the Wrong Lessons? Technocratic Authority, Social Learning, and Euro Fragility by Matthias Matthijs, Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies and Mark Blyth, Brown University Why do bad policy ideas […]