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How Saudi Crackdowns Fail to Silence Online Dissent

How Saudi Crackdowns Fail to Silence Online Dissent By Jennifer Pan,  Stanford University and Alexandra A. Siegel, Stanford University Saudi Arabia has imprisoned and tortured activists, religious leaders, and journalists for voicing dissent online. This […]

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Representative Democracy as Defensible Epistocracy

Representative Democracy as Defensible Epistocracy By  Dimitri Landa, New York University  and Ryan Pevnick,  New York University Epistocratic arrangements are widely rejected because there will be reasonable disagreement about which citizens count as epistemically superior […]

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How Empathic Concern Fuels Political Polarization

How Empathic Concern Fuels Political Polarization By Elizabeth N. Simas, University of Houston, Scott Clifford, University of Houston and Justin H. Kirkland, University of Virginia Over the past two decades, there has been a marked increase […]

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Does Public Support for Judicial Power Depend on Who is in Political Power? Testing a Theory of Partisan Alignment in Africa

Does Public Support for Judicial Power Depend on Who is in Political Power? Testing a Theory of Partisan Alignment in Africa By Brandon L. Bartels, George Washington University and Eric Kramon, George Washington University Judicial […]