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Four Costly Signaling Mechanisms

Four Costly Signaling Mechanisms By Kai Quek, University of Hong Kong Two mechanisms of costly signaling are known in international relations: sinking costs and tying hands. I show that there exist four mechanisms of costly […]

Diversity & Inclusion

How Can We Improve Graduate Training for Undocumented Students? Ethnic and Nativity-Based Inequities in Political Science Graduate Education

How Can We Improve Graduate Training for Undocumented Students? Ethnic and Nativity-Based Inequities in Political Science Graduate Education by Michelangelo Landgrave, University of California, Riverside In recent years, the political science discipline has made strides […]

Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant

Meet Thuy Anh Tran, 2020 APSA Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grantee

The American Political Science Association is pleased to announce the Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (DDRIG) Awardees for 2020. The APSA DDRIG program provides support to enhance and improve the conduct of doctoral dissertation research […]

Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant

Meet Estefania Castañeda Pérez, 2020 APSA Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grantee

The American Political Science Association is pleased to announce the Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (DDRIG) Awardees for 2020. The APSA DDRIG program provides support to enhance and improve the conduct of doctoral dissertation research […]

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Universal Suffrage as Decolonization

Universal Suffrage as Decolonization By Kevin Duong, University of Virginia This essay reconstructs an important but forgotten dream of twentieth-century political thought: universal suffrage as decolonization. The dream emerged from efforts by Black Atlantic radicals […]