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    • Taking partly free voters seriously : autocratic response to voter preferences in Armenia and Georgia 

      Fumagalli, Matteo; Turmanidze, Koba (2017) - Journal article
      Do voters matter in competitive authoritarian regimes and, if so, how? Do their preferences make any difference in the way in which the regime conceives policies and goes about policy-making? In this article we show that ...
    • The problem of ideology 

      Gani, Jasmine (2016-05-30) - Journal article
      This article discusses the role of ideology in International Relations. It seeks to rectify potential weaknesses in any ideological analysis using two approaches. Firstly, applying a more thorough and precise definition ...
    • Rules, power and constitutions : following Onuf 

      Lang, Anthony (Routledge, 2017-05-23) - Book item
      This chapter explores the role of power in the theory of global constitutionalism. It draws on the work of Nicholas Onuf, whose launched constructivist IR theory. It borrows from Onuf the idea of rules and rule making, but ...
    • The role of civil society actors in peacemaking : the case of Guatemala 

      Brett, Roddy (2017-04-24) - Journal article
      This article builds upon recent scholarship in critical peace studies that focuses on the role of civil society actors in formal peacemaking processes, in short, peace talks, and post-conflict peacebuilding. The article ...
    • Preserving power after empire : the credibility trap and France's intervention in Chad, 1968-72 

      DeVore, Marc R. (2018-09-20) - Journal article
      France’s 1968–72 intervention in Chad constitutes a forgotten turning point in the Fifth Republic’s foreign relations. Interconnected institutions and treaties gave France a disproportionate influence over its African ...