POLITICAL SCIENCES

2016

 

 

1.       A 'Macro-regional' Europe in the Making

2.       Advocacy Coalitions and Democratizing Media Reforms in Latin America

3.       Ageing, Gender, and Labour Migration

4.       Aid, Growth and Poverty

5.       American Empire and the Canadian Oil Sands

6.       America's Environmental Legacies

7.       Arab National Media and Political Change

8.       Arab Revolution in the 21st Century?

9.       Arab Revolutions and Beyond

10.   Asia Pacific Countries and the US Rebalancing Strategy

11.   Asian Foreign Policy in a Changing Arctic

12.   Assumptions of the Tea Party Movement

13.   Asylum Policy, Boat People and Political Discourse

14.   Attitudes Towards Europe Beyond Euroscepticism

15.   Austerity and Political Choice in Britain

16.   Austerity Politics and UK Economic Policy

17.   Australian Political Economy of Violence and Non-Violence

18.   Australian-Latin American Relations

19.   Autonomy and Negotiation in Foreign Policy

20.   Between Politics and Antipolitics

21.   Beyond Peacebuilding

22.   Big Data Challenges

23.   British Public Diplomacy and Soft Power

24.   Buddhism and the Political Process

25.   Business Improvement Districts in the United States

26.   Camus and the Challenge of Political Thought

27.   Challenge and Change

28.   Challenges to European Welfare Systems

29.   Changing US Foreign Policy toward India

30.   Chemical Control

31.   Children and the Afterlife of State Violence

32.   China and Latin America in Transition

33.   China, the European Union, and the International Politics of Global Governance

34.   China’s Foreign Aid and Investment Diplomacy, Volume I

35.   China’s Foreign Aid and Investment Diplomacy, Volume II

36.   China’s Foreign Aid and Investment Diplomacy, Volume III

37.   China’s New Foreign Policy

38.   China’s Rise and Changing Order in East Asia

39.   China's Challenge to US Supremacy

40.   Christodemocracy and the Alternative Democratic Theory of America’s Christian Right

41.   Cicero’s Skepticism and His Recovery of Political Philosophy

42.   Cities and Spaces of Leadership

43.   Citizenship as a Human Right

44.   Civic Participation in Contentious Politics

45.   Class Struggle

46.   Climate Change in World Politics

47.   Colonization, Proselytization, and Identity

48.   Commercializing Cosmopolitan Security

49.   Commodification of Body Parts in the Global South

50.   Communication and Midterm Elections

51.   Communication Campaigns and National Integration in China’s Market Economy Era

52.   Comparative Political Transitions between Southeast Asia and the Middle East and North Africa

53.   Competition Policy Enforcement in EU Member States

54.   Complexity Thinking for Peacebuilding Practice and Evaluation

55.   Conceptualizing Germany’s Energy Transition

56.   Constitutional Literacy

57.   Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe

58.   Constructing Transnational Political Spaces

59.   Contemporary Approaches to Public Policy

60.   Contemporary Chinese Rural Reform

61.   Contemporary Conflicts in Southeast Asia

62.   Contemporary Famine Analysis

63.   Cooperation and Hegemony in US-Latin American Relations

64.   Cyberactivism and Citizen Journalism in Egypt

65.   Cybersecurity in the European Union

66.   Czechoslovakia in Africa, 1945-1968

67.   David Hume’s Humanity

68.   Debating Europe in National Parliaments

69.   Debating the Future of the Responsibility to Protect

70.   Decentralization and Governance in Indonesia

71.   Democratic Counterinsurgents

72.   Democratic Orators from JFK to Barack Obama

73.   Democratic South Africa's Foreign Policy

74.   Democratization and Competitive Authoritarianism in Africa

75.   Democratizing Europe

76.   Demonization in International Politics

77.   Detainee Abuse During Op TELIC

78.   Developing a United Nations Emergency Peace Service

79.   Development Aid and Sustainable Economic Growth in Africa

80.   Development Challenges and Solutions After the Arab Spring

81.   Development Strategies and Inter-Group Violence

82.   Developmental Local Governance

83.   Diplomatic Strategies of Nations in the Global South

84.   Discerning the Powers in Post-Colonial Africa and Asia

85.   Domestic Extremism and the Case of the Toronto 18

86.   Economic Inequality and Political Representation in Switzerland

87.   Egalitarian Rights Recognition

88.   Egalitarianism and Global Justice

89.   Egypt's Revolutions

90.   Electronic Democracy in Europe

91.   Emerging Critical Technologies and Security in the Asia-Pacific

92.   Emerging Powers in Africa

93.   Emerging Powers, Emerging Markets, Emerging Societies

94.   Environment, Political Representation and the Challenge of Rights

95.   Environmental Governance in Latin America

96.   Ethics and Autonomous Weapons

97.   EU Borders and Shifting Internal Security

98.   EU Gas Security Architecture

99.   EU Labor Market Policy

100.    EU Leadership in Energy and Environmental Governance

101.    EU Policy Responses to a Shifting Multilateral System

102.  European Competition Policy and Globalization

103.  European Participation in International Operations

104.  Evaluating the Political Rationality of Terrorist Groups

105.  External Governance as Security Community Building

106.  Facing China as a New Global Superpower

107.  Faith-Based Violence and Deobandi Militancy in Pakistan

108.  Fear of Muslims?

109.  Fighting Over Peace

110.  Foreign Actors Influence on Azerbaijan’s Energy Policy

111.  Foreign Policy and the Media

112.  Foreign Policy Responses to the Rise of Brazil

113.  Framing Foreign Policy in India, Brazil and South Africa

114.  From Majority Rule to Inclusive Politics

115.  From the First World War to the Arab Spring

116.  Future Security of the Global Arctic

117.  G20 Since the Global Crisis

118.  Gender and Memory in the Globital Age

119.  Gender, Institutions, and Change in Bachelet Chile

120.  Gendered Politics and Law in Jordan

121.  Generational Gap in Japanese Politics

122.  Generationing Development

123.  Genocide, Torture, and Terrorism

124.  Germany's Energy Transition

125.  Global and Regional Leadership of BRICS Countries

126.  Global Perspectives on US Democratization Efforts

127.  Global Visions of Olof Palme, Bruno Kreisky and Willy Brandt

128.  Globalization and Democracy in Southeast Asia

129.  Globalization, Music and Cultures of Distinction

130.  Globalized Finance and Varieties of Capitalism

131.  Globalizing International Relations

132.  Governance and the Crisis of Rule in Contemporary Africa

133.  Governance for Development

134.  Governing Climate Induced Migration and Displacement

135.  Governing Sustainable Energies in China

136.  Governing the North American Arctic

137.  Governing Urban Africa

138.  Hope, Change, Pragmatism

139.  How Ireland Voted 2016

140.  Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia

141.  Human Rights Trade-Offs in Times of Economic Growth

142.  Humour in Political Activism

143.  Identities in Civil Conflict

144.  Immigration and the State

145.  Immigration Policies and the Global Competition for Talent

146.  Impact of Circular Migration on Human, Political and Civil Rights

147.  Improvised Explosive Devices

148.  In Search of Israeli-Palestinian Peace

149.  India Bangladesh Domestic Politics

150.  Innovation and Inclusion in Latin America

151.  Innovation in Emerging Markets

152.  Institutions and the Right to Vote in America

153.  Intelligence and Security Oversight

154.  Intelligence Security in the European Union

155.  International Assistance to Police Reform

156.  International Law and Japanese Sovereignty

157.  International Order at Sea

158.  Interventions in Conflict

159.  Invisible Children

160.  Iran

161.  Iran in the World

162.  Ireland, Small Open Economies and European Integration

163.  Islam and International Relations

164.  Islamic Law and Transnational Diplomatic Law

165.  Islamic State and the Coming Global Confrontation

166.  Islamism and Post-Islamism in Iran

167.  Japan Decides 2014

168.  Japan in Central Asia

169.  Japan Development Assistance

170.  Kalevi Holsti: A Pioneer in International Relations Theory, Foreign Policy Analysis, History of International Order, and Security Studies

171.  Kalevi Holsti: Major Texts on War, the State, Peace, and International Order

172.  Kurdish Diaspora Online

173.  Land, Labour and Livelihoods

174.  Language Politics of Regional Integration

175.  Language-related Conflicts in Multinational and Multiethnic Settings

176.  Latin American Documentary Film in the New Millennium

177.  Latin American Foreign Policies towards the Middle East

178.  Law, Politics and Violence in Israel/Palestine

179.  Learning, Migration and Intergenerational Relations

180.  Living on the Edge

181.  Local Governance and Intermunicipal Cooperation

182.  Local Public Sector Reforms in Times of Crisis

183.  Louis Kriesberg: Pioneer in Peace and Constructive Conflict Resolution Studies

184.  Marketing Leadership in Government

185.  Marsilio Ficino and His World

186.  Martin Wight on Fortune and Irony in Politics

187.  Marx's Associated Mode of Production

188.  Media and Peace in the Middle East

189.  Michael Oakeshott's Political Philosophy of International Relations

190.  Migration in an Era of Restriction and Recession

191.  Migration, Media, and Global-Local Spaces

192.  Military Missions in Democratic Latin America

193.  Models of Capitalism in the European Union

194.  Modes of Politicization in the Irish Civil Service

195.  Montesquieu’s Political Economy

196.  Muslim Minority-State Relations

197.  Myth and Narrative in International Politics

198.  National Administrations in EU Trade Policy

199.  Negotiating Normativity

200.  Neoliberal Governmentality and the Future of the State in the Middle East and North Africa

201.  Networks Governance, Partnership Management and Coalitions Federation

202.  Non-institutional Political Participation

203.  Nordic Administrative Reforms

204.  Normative Change and Security Community Disintegration

205.  Nuclear Proliferation in South Africa

206.  Open Borders and International Migration Policy

207.  Outsourcing Border Control

208.  Pakistan and a World in Disorder

209.  Paradigms and Public Sector Reform

210.  Parliamentarians Professional Development

211.  Parliamentary Administrations in the European Union

212.  Philanthropic Foundations, Public Good and Public Policy

213.  Philosophy and Political Engagement

214.  Pluralism and Engagement in the Discipline of International Relations

215.  Poland's Security Policy

216.  Policy Debates on Hydraulic Fracturing

217.  Policy-Making in a Transformative State

218.  Political Dynamics of Grassroots Democracy in Vietnam

219.  Political Leadership and Charisma

220.  Political Marketing and the 2015 UK General Election

221.  Political Parties, Parliaments and Legislative Speechmaking

222.  Politicizing European Integration

223.  Politics and Beauty in America

224.  Politics and Legitimacy in Post-Soviet Eurasia

225.  Politics of Autonomy and Sustainability in Myanmar

226.  Politics of Favoritism in Public Procurement in Turkey

227.  Poor States, Power and the Politics of IMF Reform

228.  Popular Sovereignty and Constituent Power in Latin America

229.  Postenvironmentalism

230.  Poststructural Policy Analysis

231.  Power in Contemporary Japan

232.  Power in the International Investment Framework

233.  Power Politics in Asia Contested Waters

234.  Pragmatic Conservatism

235.  Pregnancy Discrimination and the American Worker

236.  Presidential Healthcare Reform Rhetoric

237.  Presidents, Pandemics, and Politics

238.  Production Politics and Migrant Labour Regimes

239.  Proslavery Britain

240.  Public Accountability and Health Care Governance

241.  Public and Social Services in Europe

242.  Public Policy, Philanthropy and Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland

243.  Public Procurement Reform and Governance in Africa

244.  Public Sector Performance and Development Cooperation in Rwanda

245.  Race and the Politics of Knowledge Production

246.  Radical Left Parties in Government

247.  Realism and the Liberal Tradition

248.  Reforming Health Care in the United States, Germany, and South Africa

249.  Refugees, Conflict and the Search for Belonging

250.  Regime Dynamics in EU's Eastern Neighbourhood

251.  Regime Transition and the Judicial Politics of Enmity

252.  Region-Building in Africa

253.  Regulatory Delegation in the European Union

254.  Representations of European Citizenship since 1951

255.  Reproductive Rights in the Age of Human Rights

256.  Rescuing EU Emissions Trading

257.  Re-sizing Psychology in Public Policy and the Private Imagination

258.  Rethinking Risk in National Security

259.  Rethinking Turkey-Iraq Relations

260.  Rising Powers and Economic Crisis in the Euro Area

261.  Risk Analysis and Governance in EU Policy Making and Regulation

262.  Rousseau’s Rejuvenation of Political Philosophy

263.  Ruling Women, Volume 2

264.  Russia-Cyprus Relations

265.  Saudi Arabia and Iran

266.  Security in Shared Neighbourhoods

267.  Semi-Presidentialism in the Caucasus and Central Asia

268.  Small Powers and Trading Security

269.  Social Emergence in International Relations

270.  Social Media, Parties, and Political Inequalities

271.  Social Movements and the State in India

272.  Social Security and the Politics of Deservingness

273.  Society and Economics in Europe

274.  Socioeconomic Effects of the National Flood Insurance Program

275.  South Africa’s Political Crisis

276.  Spatialising Peace and Conflict

277.  State Fragility and State Building in Africa

278.  State Terror, State Violence

279.  Subversion in Institutional Change and Stability

280.  Switzerland’s Differentiated European Integration

281.  Talking to Terrorists, Non-Violence, and Counter-Terrorism

282.  Teaching About Rape in War and Genocide

283.  The 2012 French Election

284.  The Americas in Early Modern Political Theory

285.  The Arab World and Iran

286.  The Asian Developmental State

287.  The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

288.  The BRICS in International Development

289.  The British Coalition Government, 2010-2015

290.  The British General Election of 2015

291.  The Carter Administration and the Fall of Iran’s Pahlavi Dynasty

292.  The Changing Arctic

293.  The Chicago Conspiracy Trial and the Press

294.  The Chinese Communist Party's Capacity to Rule

295.  The Collapse of North Korea

296.  The Communicative Construction of Europe

297.  The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Latin America

298.  The Digital Galactic Complex

299.  The Domestic Dimension of Public Diplomacy

300.  The EU Enlargement and Gay Politics

301.  The EU in International Sports Governance

302.  The European Commission and Europe's Democratic Process

303.  The European Integration of RES-E Promotion

304.  The European Union’s Immigration Policy

305.  The European Union's Common Agricultural Policy Reforms

306.  The Europeanisation of Vocational Education and Training

307.  The Evolution of Development Thinking

308.  The Exclusions of Civilization

309.  The Foreign Office, Commerce and British Foreign Policy in the Twentieth Century

310.  The Four Faces of the Republican Party and the Fight for the 2016 Presidential Nomination

311.  The Fragmentation of Aid

312.  The Future of Evaluation

313.  The Global Division of Labour

314.  The Glubb Reports: Glubb Pasha and Britain's Empire Project in the Middle East 1920-1956

315.  The Great Debt Transformation

316.  The Gulf States in International Political Economy

317.  The History and Theory of Fetishism

318.  The Human Toll of the Kashmir Conflict

319.  The Impact of Europeanization on Minority Communities

320.  The Impact of Networks on Unemployment

321.  The International Politics of Human Trafficking

322.  The Labour Party in Scotland

323.  The Last Mufti of Iranian Kurdistan

324.  The Levant in Turmoil

325.  The Lhotsampa People of Bhutan

326.  The Literary Imagination in Israel-Palestine

327.  The Logic of Charity

328.  The New International Division of Labour

329.  The Non-Sovereign Self, Responsibility, and Otherness

330.  The Origins and Dynamics of Genocide:

331.  The Origins of Contemporary Sino-Japanese Relations

332.  The Palgrave Handbook of Critical International Political Economy

333.  The Palgrave Handbook of Disciplinary and Regional Approaches to Peace

334.  The Palgrave Handbook of International Development

335.  The Palgrave Handbook of the International Political Economy of Energy

336.  The Political Economy of Climate Change Adaptation

337.  The Political Economy of Disney

338.  The Political Economy of India's Growth Episodes

339.  The Political Economy of Investment in Syria

340.  The Political Economy of Social Choices

341.  The Political Ethics of Public Service

342.  The Political Rhetoric and Oratory of Margaret Thatcher

343.  The Political System of Brazil

344.  The Politicization of Ethnicity as Source of Conflict

345.  The Politics of Austerity

346.  The Politics of Disaster Management in China

347.  The Politics of Emotions, Candidates, and Choices

348.  The Politics of EU-China Economic Relations

349.  The Politics of Evidence-Based Policy Making

350.  The Politics of Feminist Knowledge Transfer

351.  The Politics of Health Policy Reform in the UK

352.  The Politics of Judicial Review

353.  The Politics of Policing in Greater China

354.  The Politics of Regulation in the UK

355.  The Post-Liberal Imagination

356.  The Power of Emotion in Politics, Philosophy, and Ideology

357.  The Practical Import of Political Inquiry

358.  The Profile of Political Leaders

359.  The Reagan Manifesto

360.  The Regional Politics of Welfare in Italy, Spain and Great Britain

361.  The Religious Right and the Talibanization of America

362.  The Religious Roots of the Syrian Conflict

363.  The Return of the Theorists

364.  The Rise and Fall of Emerging Powers

365.  The Rise of Lifestyle Activism

366.  The Rule of Law in Global Governance

367.  The Soldier Vote

368.  The Statesman's Yearbook 2017

369.  The Turn to Infrastructure in Internet Governance

370.  The Twenty Years' Crisis, 1919-1939

371.  The UK as a Medium Maritime Power in the 21st Century

372.  The UK Relationship with Europe

373.  The US Commitment to NATO in the Post-Cold War Period

374.  The US Pivot and Indian Foreign Policy

375.  The Wandering Thought of Hannah Arendt

376.  The West and the Global Power Shift

377.  The Will of Change

378.  Think Tanks and Non-Traditional Security

379.  Thucydides and Political Order

380.  Time, Communication and Global Capitalism

381.  Trade Diplomacy Transformed

382.  Transforming Global Governance with Middle Power Diplomacy

383.  Transitional Justice in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia (2011-2013)

384.  Translating International Women's Rights

385.  Transnational Governance and South American Politics

386.  Turkey and Qatar in the Tangled Geopolitics of the Middle East

387.  Twenty-Five Years of GOP Presidential Nominations

388.  Ukraine and Beyond

389.  Understanding EU Decision-Making

390.  Universities, the Citizen Scholar and the Future of Higher Education

391.  Urban Transportation Planning in the United States

392.  US Military Bases, Quasi-bases, and Domestic Politics in Latin America

393.  US Power and the Internet in International Relations

394.  Violent Subjects and Rhetorical Cartography in the Age of the Terror Wars

395.  War Termination as a Civil-Military Bargain

396.  Water Rights in Southeast Asia and India

397.  Water Security, Justice and the Politics of Water Rights in Peru and Bolivia

398.  Why Minority Governments Work

399.  Why the UK Voted for Brexit

400.  Work and Family in Urban China

401.  World Opinion and the Northern Ireland Peace Process

 

 

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