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America’s Largest Denomination: None

America’s Largest Denomination: None By Helmut Norpoth, Stony Brook University By a measure of religious affiliation used by Gallup polls for nearly a century, the denomination with the largest following in the United States has always […]

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Enforcers beyond Borders: Transnational NGOs and the Enforcement of International Law

Enforcers beyond Borders: Transnational NGOs and the Enforcement of International Law By Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni, University of Cambridge and J.C. Sharman, University of Cambridge Scholars have studied international NGOs as advocates and service providers, but have neglected […]

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Too Many Cooks May Spoil the First Book—and Jeopardize the Author’s Career: Potential Pitfalls of Book Workshops

Too Many Cooks May Spoil the First Book—and Jeopardize the Author’s Career: Potential Pitfalls of Book Workshops By Kurt Weyland, University of Texas at Austin Book workshops are widely regarded as yielding important benefits for junior […]

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Democracy versus Security as Standards of Political Legitimacy: The Case of National Policy on Irregular Migrant Arrivals

Democracy versus Security as Standards of Political Legitimacy: The Case of National Policy on Irregular Migrant Arrivals By Patti Tamara Lenard, University of Ottawa  and Terry Macdonald, University of Melbourne Democratic citizens confront a range of […]