December 2021

American Politics Research | December 31, 2021

Straight to the (Revenue) Source: Contextual and Individual-Level Determinants of Attitudes Toward Local Taxes

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. In this article, we investigate the relative roles of local tax policies and respondent attitudes and characteristics in shaping support for local taxes. Using…

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Administration and Society | December 31, 2021

Policy Learning, Policy Failure, and the Mitigation of Policy Risks: Re-Thinking the Lessons of Policy Success and Failure

Administration &Society, Ahead of Print. Policy failures are often assumed to be unintentional and anomalous events about which well-intentioned governments can learn why they occurred and how they can be…

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Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) | December 30, 2021

Happy New Year!

Dear faculty, employees, students, graduates and friends of our University! May the coming year 2022 bring you all peace, prosperity, joy, and happiness! With all our hearts we wish you…

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Elcano Royal Institute | December 30, 2021

A proposal to reform the EU’s fiscal rules

Index Executive summary – 5 Introduction 7 – 8 (1) The need for a permanent fiscal capacity 9 – 12 (2) Reforming the preventive arm 13 – 16 (3) Reforming…

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Denmark – Ministry of Foreign Affairs | December 30, 2021

Staerke resultater under det foerste danske medlemskab af FNs menneskerettighedsraad

Efter tre års medlemskab af FN’s menneskerettighedsråd træder Danmark ud ved årsskiftet. Medlemsskabet har givet Danmark en central placering i FN’s forum til fremme af menneskerettigheder.

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Media, War and Conflict | December 30, 2021

Drone affective politics against state impunity: The case of 43 disappeared students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico

Media, War &Conflict, Ahead of Print. This article analyzes some implications of new drone aesthetics involved in affective politics against state impunity in social conflicts. Whereas the literature on media,…

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Media, War and Conflict | December 30, 2021

Post-regime-change Afghan and Iraqi media systems: Strategic ambivalence as technology of media governance

Media, War &Conflict, Ahead of Print. This article investigates the governance of post-US invasion Afghan and Iraqi media systems by analyzing provisions pertinent to public broadcasting, licensing, and defamation in…

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British Journal of Politics and International Relations | December 30, 2021

Antisemitism in the global populist international

The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Ahead of Print. This article explores the relationship between antisemitism and international politics, specifically the potent role that antisemitism plays in the…

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American Politics Research | December 30, 2021

From Personal Responsibility to Political Mobilization: Using Attribution Frames to Overcome Policy Feedback Effects

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. Public policies that promote personal responsibility while minimizing government responsibility are a key feature of modern American political economy. They can decrease Americans’ political…

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Armed Forces and Society | December 30, 2021

Civil–Military Relations and Russia’s Post-Soviet Military Culture: A Belief System Analysis

Armed Forces &Society, Ahead of Print. This article studies the role of military culture in defense policymaking. It focuses on Russia’s post-Soviet civil–military relations and military reform attempts. After the…

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Cooperation and Conflict | December 29, 2021

A trans-scalar approach to peacebuilding and transitional justice: Insights from the Democratic Republic of Congo

Cooperation and Conflict, Ahead of Print. Peace research has taken a local turn. Yet, conceptual ambiguities, risks of romanticization, and critiques of co-option of the “local” point to the need…

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Media, War and Conflict | December 29, 2021

Portrait of liberal chaos: RT’s antagonistic strategic narration about the Netherlands

Media, War &Conflict, Ahead of Print. Hostile political actors can use antagonistic strategic narration as a means of marring the image of targeted states in the international arena. The current…

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Administration and Society | December 29, 2021

Representative Bureaucracy, Institutional Support, and Clientele Need: The Case of Undocumented Students

Administration &Society, Ahead of Print. The theory of representative bureaucracy posits that passive representation is associated with improvements in policy outcomes for represented groups. This research examines the institutional conditions…

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France- Ministry of Defence | December 29, 2021

Le saviez-vous ? Les militaires aussi ont leurs saints patrons !

Le saviez-vous ? Derrière beaucoup de coutumes, usages, traditions et expressions militaires se cachent bien souvent des anecdotes insolites, amusantes ou historiques. Alors, pour étoffer votre culture générale et briller…

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France- Ministry of Defence | December 29, 2021

Prêt à fêter la Saint-Sylvestre ? Les militaires aussi ont leurs saints patrons !

Le saviez-vous ? Derrière beaucoup de coutumes, usages, traditions et expressions militaires se cachent bien souvent des anecdotes insolites, amusantes ou historiques. Alors, pour étoffer votre culture générale et briller…

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France- Ministry of Defence | December 29, 2021

Le saviez-vous ? Les militaires aussi ont leurs saints patrons !

Le saviez-vous ? Derrière beaucoup de coutumes, usages, traditions et expressions militaires se cachent bien souvent des anecdotes insolites, amusantes ou historiques. Alors, pour étoffer votre culture générale et briller…

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France- Ministry of Defence | December 29, 2021

Prêt à fêter la Saint-Sylvestre ? Les militaires aussi ont leurs saints patrons !

Le saviez-vous ? Derrière beaucoup de coutumes, usages, traditions et expressions militaires se cachent bien souvent des anecdotes insolites, amusantes ou historiques. Alors, pour étoffer votre culture générale et briller…

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Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC) | December 28, 2021

Decode the Ocean! The Blue-Cloud hackathon

Are you a researcher, a marine or data scientist, an expert, an innovator or a student? Are you simply passionate about the ocean? Gear up at your own pace over…

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RAND International Affairs | December 28, 2021

America Can Still Deliver on Global Vaccine Diplomacy

It is hard to see how science alone can end the pandemic without the rallying power of global diplomacy. The United States has played a leadership role in previous outbreaks,…

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Armed Forces and Society | December 28, 2021

“You haven’t gone out and done anything”: Exploring Disabled Veterans Experiences in Higher Education

Armed Forces &Society, Ahead of Print. Through the analysis of 24 in-depth, semi-structured interviews, this study explored the process through which disability affects veterans’ experiences in the university classroom and…

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Foreign Affairs | December 28, 2021

What Putin Really Wants in Ukraine

Russia seeks to stop NATO’s expansion, not to annex more territory.

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Rand corp news | December 28, 2021

Opioid Prescribing Declines, but Cuts Are Not Uniform Across Locations, Age Groups, or Type of Prescriber

The volume of prescription opioids dispensed from retail pharmacies declined by 21% from 2008 to 2018, but the decline was not uniform across geographic areas, among types of patients, or…

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Elcano Royal Institute | December 27, 2021

What matters to the UK in the context of the new Strategic Concept discussion

Analysis The discussions around NATO’s new Strategic Concept coincide with a new chapter in the UK’s own foreign and defence policy, as the country redefines its priorities in the post-Brexit…

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Elcano Royal Institute | December 27, 2021

Choreographing a pas de deux: a Dutch perspective on NATO’s (and the EU’s) near future

Analysis With regard to NATO, the Netherlands combines various capacities. As one of the Organisation’s founding members it has traditionally been considered a loyal ally. At some junctures it has…

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Representation | December 27, 2021

Anti-populism and Populist Hype During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Volume 58, Issue 2, July 2022, Page 251-268.

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