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1. How Authoritarian Regimes Counter International Sanctions Pressure

2. Large-Scale Land Deals and Social Conflict: Evidence and Policy Implications

3. COVID-19 and Violent Actors in the Global South: An Inter- and Cross-Regional Comparison

4. Global South Perspectives on a Global Ban on Nuclear Weapons: A Comparative Approach

5. Justifications of Repression in Autocracies: An Empirical Analysis of the Maghreb, 2000–2010

6. Sustaining Civic Space in Times of COVID-19: Global Trends

7. The Political Economy of India’s Transition to Goods and Services Tax

8. One Year After: Has the COVID-19 Pandemic Increased Violence in Sub-Saharan Africa?

9. How Do International Sanctions End? Towards a Process-Oriented, Relational, and Signalling Perspective

10. A Comprehensive Framework for Studying Migration Policies (and a Call to Observe Them beyond Immigration to the West)

11. State(s) of Negotiation: Drivers of Forced Migration Governance in Most of the World

12. India's Social Policies: Recent Changes for the Better and Their Causes

13. Obama's Road to Cairo: The President’s Rhetorical Journey, 2008–2009

14. Forced to Leave: Determinants of Slow-Onset Displacement in Colombia

15. The Geography of Intergenerational Mobility: Evidence of Educational Persistence and the "Great Gatsby Curve" in Brazil

16. Bringing Regional Politics to the Study of Security Sector Reform: Army Reform in Sierra Leone and Iraq

17. Russian Norm Entrepreneurship in Crimea: Serious Contestation or Cheap Talk?

18. Why It Matters What We Do: Arab Citizens' Perceptions of the European Union after the 2011 Uprisings

19. When Do Religious Minorities' Grievances Lead to Peaceful or Violent Protest? Evidence from Canada’s Jewish and Muslim Communities

20. Large-Scale Farms and Smallholders: Evidence from Zambia

21. Constrained Potential: A Characterisation of Mexican Microenterprises

22. At Africa’s Expense? Disaggregating the Social Impact of Chinese Mining Operations

23. Federalism and Foreign Direct Investment: How Political Affiliation Determines the Spatial Distribution of FDI – Evidence from India

24. Secondary Powers vis-à-vis South Africa: Hard Balancing, Soft Balancing, Rejection of Followership, and Disregard of Leadership

25. Transitional Justice, Recognition, and Authoritative Power

26. The Anxious and the Climbers: Ambivalent Attitudes towards Democracy among South Africa’s Middle Class

27. New Horizons for Germany's Africa Policy

28. The Impacts of Changing Ruling Parties in the Twenty-First Century

29. Lessons of Defeat and Success: Taiwan's 2012 Elections in Comparative Perspective

30. Learning a Lesson from Taiwan? A Comparison of Changes and Continuity of Labour Policies in Taiwan and China

31. The Change of Ruling Parties and Taiwan\'s Claim to Multiculturalism before and after 2008

32. Anti–Media-Monopoly Policies and Further Democratisation in Taiwan

33. Taiwan's Soft Power and Public Diplomacy

34. Fragmentation, Centralisation and Policy Learning: An Example from China's Wind Industry

35. The Shaping of Chinese Corporate Social Responsibility

36. Successes and Failures of Corporate Social Responsibility Mechanisms in Chinese Extractive Industries

37. Chinese NGO–Firm Partnerships and CSR from an Institutional Perspective

38. Greening the Field? How NGOs Are Shaping Corporate Social Responsibility in China

39. Collaborative Socially Responsible Practices for Improving the Position of Chinese Workers in Global Supply Chains

40. Bittersweet China: New Discourses of Hardship and Social Organisation

41. Driving the City: Taxi Drivers and the Tactics of Everyday Life in Beijing

42. Making Citizens: Brazilian Social Policy from Getúlio to Lula

43. The Participation of Civil Society in Lula's Government

44. Surviving Corruption in Brazil: Lula's and Dilma's Success Despite Corruption Allegations, and Its Consequences

45. The Worker's Party, from Contention to Public Action: A Case of Institutionalization

46. Lulismo, Petismo, and the Future of Brazilian Politics

47. Stability Maintenance and Chinese Media: Beyond Political Communication?

48. rom Poisonous Weeds to Endangered Species: Shenghuo TV, Media Ecology and Stability Maintenance

49. China’s Responsiveness to Internet Opinion: A Double-Edged Sword

50. Winning Hearts and Minds? Cadres as Microbloggers in China

51. Manufacturing Consent in Cyberspace: China’s “Fifty-Cent Army”

52. Regulation with Chinese Characteristics: Deciphering Banking Regulation in China

53. When the Hong Kong Dream Meets the Anti-Mainlandisation Discourse: Mainland Chinese Students in Hong Kon

54. The Temporal Experience of Chinese Students Abroad and the Present Human Condition

55. Overthrowing the First Mountain: Chinese Student-Migrants and the Geography of Power

56. “I will change things in my own small way”: Chinese Overseas Students, “Western” Values, and Institutional Reform

57. Unseeing” Chinese Students in Japan: Understanding Educationally Channelled Migrant Experiences

58. “Creating a Home away from Home”: Chinese Undergraduate Student Enclaves in US Higher Education

59. Engagement and Reflexivity: Approaches to Chinese–Japanese Political Relations by Chinese Students in Japan

60. The Social Construction of Guangzhou as a Translocal Trading Place

61. Healthcare-Seeking Practices of African and Rural-to-Urban Migrants in Guangzhou

62. Landscapes of Aspiration in Guangzhou’s African Music Scene: Beyond the Trading Narrative

63. African Logistics Agents and Middlemen as Cultural Brokers in Guangzhou

64. The Currency of Historicity in Hong Kong: Deconstructing Nostalgia through Soy Milk

65. New Bottle, Old Wine: China’s Governance of Hong Kong in View of Its Policies in the Restive Borderlands

66. Electoral Rentierism? The Cross-National and Subnational Effect of Oil on Electoral Competitiveness in Multiparty Autocracies

67. State Extraction and Anti-Colonial Rebellion – Quantitative Evidence from the Former German East Africa

68. Nationalized Incumbents and Regional Challengers: Opposition-and Incumbent-Party Nationalization in Africa

69. The Brazilian Rise and the Elusive South American Balance

70. Regional Linkages and Global Policy Alignment: The Case of China–Southeast Asia Relations

71. The Plasticity of Regions: A Social Sciences–Cultural Studies Dialogue on Asia-Related Area Studies

72. SMARTer Indicators for Decent Work in a Post-2015 Development Agenda: A Discussion and a Proposal

73. Polyarchies, Competitive Oligarchies, or Inclusive Hegemonies? 23 Global Intergovernmental Organizations Compared

74. Adaptation and Learning among Chinese Actors in Africa

75. Chinese Adaptations: African Agency, Fragmented Community and Social Capital Creation in Ghana

76. Of Other Spaces? Hybrid Forms of Chinese Engagement in Sub-Saharan Africa

77. In the Shadow of the States: The Informalities of Chinese Petty Entrepreneurship in Nigeria

78. Non-Interference 2.0: China's Evolving Foreign Policy towards a Changing Africa

79. Running Out of Time? The Evolution of Taiwan's Relations in Africa

80. Invisible Body and the Predicaments of Existence in an Urbanizing China

81. Under the State's Thumb: Results from an Empirical Survey of Civic Organizations in Vietnam

82. What Do We Know About Sexual Violence in Armed Conflicts? Recent Empirical Progress and Remaining Gaps in Peace and Conflict Research

83. Authoritarian Regime Learning: Comparative Insights from the Arab Uprisings

84. Regime Type, Inequality, and Redistributive Transfers in Developing Countries

85. State Extraction and Anti-Colonial Rebellion – Quantitative Evidence from the Former German East Africa

86. How Do Non-Democratic Regimes Claim Legitimacy? Comparative Insights from Post-Soviet Countries

87. Too Abstract to Be Feasible? Applying the Grounded Theory Method in Social Movement Research

88. Margins, Gravity, and Causality: Export Diversification and Income Levels Reconsidered

89. China and Socialist Countries: Role Change and Role Continuity

90. Researching Ethnic Relations as the Outcome of Political Processes

91. A Democratic Rentier State? Taxation, Aid Dependency, and Political Representation in Benin

92. Regional Sanctions against Burundi: A Powerful Campaign and Its Unintended Consequences

93. Pastor Paulo vs. Doctor Carlos: Professional Titles as Voting Heuristics in Brazil

94. The Effects of Gubernatorial Influence and Political Careerism on Senatorial Voting Behavior: The Argentine Case

95. Civil–Military Relations in Brazil: A Reassessment

96. Evaluating Theories of Decision-making on the Peruvian Constitutional Tribunal

97. Taxing with Dictators and Democrats: Regime Effects, Transfers and Revenue in Argentina's Provinces

98. Subnational Electoral Contexts and Corruption in Mexico

99. Determinants of Judicial Dissent in Contexts of Extreme Institutional Instability: The Case of Ecuador's Constitutional Court

100. Great Promise, but Poor Performance: Understanding the Collapse of Venezuela's Causa Radical