The History of Compulsory Voting in Europe. Democracy's Duty?
Peacebuilding and Ex-Combatants. Political Reintegration in Liberia
A Democratic Critique of Precarity
Professionalism and organizational performance in the wake of new managerialism
Attitudes Toward Tbilisi- and Mingrelian-Accented Georgian Among Georgian Youth: On the Road to Linguistic Homogenization?
When norms and rules collide: the social production of institutional conflict in the European Union
International Organization in International Society: UN Reform from an English School Perspective
Contemporary European liberalism: Exclusionary, enlightened or romantic?
Political Power and Policy Design: Why Are Policy Alternatives Constrained?
Europeiska unionen: Politik och styrning
Why are representational guarantees adopted for women and minorities. Comparing Constituency Formation and Electoral Quota Design Within Countries
Present without presence? Gender, quotas and debate recognition in the ugandan parliament
Turning points and the ‘everyday’: Exploring Agency and Violence in Intimate Relationships
The Ascendancy of the Khap Panchayats in Contemporary India: Gender, Caste, Globalisation and Violence
Gender and the ‘integrationist turn’ - Comparative perspectives on marriage migration in the UK and Sweden
Georgia between Dominant-Power Politics, Feckless Pluralism, and Democracy
Climate migration and the obligations of the developed world
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