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Gridlock in government but the clock ticks towards Brexit

By Feargal Cochrane On 14 December 2018
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Climate change, Donald Trump and the midterm crossroads

By Valentina Dotto On 31 October 2018
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Recognising political interest

By Emily Burn On 26 October 2018
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PSA statement on Matthew Hedges

On 23 October 2018
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Political parties and foreign direct investment inflows among developing countries

By Nisha M Bellinger and Byunghwan Son On 17 October 2018
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The roots of Malaysia’s ‘New Dawn’: Perspectives on the 2018 election

By Laura Southgate and Tom O'Brien On 10 October 2018
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Mental health, academic life and me

By Matthew Flinders On 9 October 2018
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Why is Brazil becoming politically radicalized?

By Helder Ferreira do Vale On 4 October 2018
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Gendered violence in a coup d’état

By Larissa Peixoto Gomes, Helga Almeida, and Clarisse Paradis On 25 September 2018
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Can toad-worship save China’s democratic future?

By Li Shao and Dongshu Liu On 25 September 2018
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Getting ‘real’: why political leaders want to connect informally with everyday people

By Carolyn M. Hendriks and Jennifer Lees-Marshment On 21 September 2018
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Portraying Israeli and Palestinian identities on Twitter

By Jason Deegan, John Hogan, Sharon Feeney and Brendan K. O'Rourke On 13 September 2018
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Professor Lawrence Sáez

On 9 September 2018

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