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Public Goods and Social Justice

Public Goods and Social Justice By Margaret Kohn, University of Toronto Why should the state provide public goods? I explore this question by focusing on the example of public parks. It examines the three most influential […]

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What Are Intellectuals Good For?

What Are Intellectuals Good For? By Daniel Bessner, University of Washington Political scientists who specialize in international relations (IR) are undergoing a crisis. The more that global politics shapes modern life, the less their discipline […]

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Freedom of the Press and Public Responsiveness

Freedom of the Press and Public Responsiveness By Dan Hiaeshutter-Rice, University of Michigan,  Stuart Soroka, University of Michigan and Christopher Wlezien, University of Texas, Austin Public responsiveness to policy is contingent on there being a sufficient amount of […]

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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 […]