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Socialist Threat? Radical Party Entry, Electoral Alliances, and the Introduction of Proportional Representation

Socialist Threat? Radical Party Entry, Electoral Alliances, and the Introduction of Proportional Representation By André Walter, University of St. Gallen A substantial body of research shows that the entry of socialist parties to the electoral […]

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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 […]

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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 […]