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201. Origins and Outcomes of Electoral Institutions in African Hybrid Regimes: A Comparative Perspective

202. Religiosity as a determinant of happiness

203. Ex oleo bellare? The Impact of Oil on the Outbreak of Militarized Interstate Disputes

204. North Korea and the Politics of Visual Representation

205. It's Not Only Rents: Explaining the Persistence and Change of Neopatrimonialism in Indonesia

206. Do Religious Factors Impact Armed Conflict? Empirical Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa

207. Managing Ethnic Conflict: The Menu of Institutional Engineering

208. Negotiating Political Spaces: Social and Environmental Activism in the Chinese Countryside

209. Attitudes to Chronic Poverty in the "Global Village"

210. Who Drives Change? Comparing the Evolution of Domestic Climate Governance in India and South Africa

211. Revisiting the Resource–Conflict Link: A Systematic Comparative Test of Causal Mechanisms in Four Major Oil-Exporting Countries

212. Burma's Transition to "Disciplined Democracy": Abdication or Institutionalization of Military Rule?

213. Modeling Electoral Coordination: Voters, Parties and Legislative Lists in Uruguay

214. Ruling Against the Executive in Amparo Cases: Evidence from the Peruvian Constitutional Tribunal

215. Political Appointments and Coalition Management in Brazil, 2007-2010

216. Fighting for a Kingdom of God? The Role of Religion in the Ivorian Crisis

217. The G20: Engine of Asian Regionalism?

218. Chinese Commodity Imports in Ghana and Senegal: Demystifying Chinese Business Strength in Urban West Africa

219. Environmental Governance in China: New Developments and Perspectives

220. The Evolution of Environmental Policy in the People's Republic of China

221. Structures and Logic of EP Implementation and Administration in China

222. Streamlining Local Behaviour Through Communication, Incentives and Control: A Case Study of Local Environmental Policies in China

223. Regional Supervision Centres for Environmental Protection in China: Functions and Limitations

224. Information Disclosure in Environmental Risk Management: Developments in China

225. Citizen Complaints about Environmental Pollution: A Survey Study in Suzhou, China

226. Religion and the State in China: The Limits of Institutionalization

227. Religious Renaissance in China Today

228. Ideational Learning and the Paradox of Chinese Catholic Reconciliation

229. Protestantism in China: A Dilemma for the Party-State

230. Buddhist Revival under State Watch

231. Social Capital and Rural Grassroots Governance in China

232. Maritime Territorial Disputes in East Asia: A Comparative Analysis of the South China Sea and the East China Sea

233. Perceptions of (Micro)Insurance in Southern Ghana: The Role of Information and Peer Effects

234. A Dragon and a Dove? A Comparative Overview of Chinese and European Trade Relations with Sub-Saharan Africa

235. Redefining Foreign Policy Impulses toward Africa: The Roles of the MFA, the MOFCOM and China Exim Bank

236. Regional Organizations in China's Security Strategy for Africa: The Sense of Supporting "African Solutions to African Problems"

237. An Overseas Naval Presence without Overseas Bases: China's Counter-piracy Operation in the Gulf of Aden

238. Contrasting Rhetoric and Converging Security Interests of the European Union and China in Africa

239. Chinese Perspectives on International Power Shifts and Sino-EU Relations (2008–2011)

240. Why Do Some Oil Exporters Experience Civil War But Others Do Not? A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Net Oil-Exporting Countries

241. Security Policies of India, Brazil and South Africa – Regional Security Contexts as Constraints for a Common Agenda

242. Cutting Bread or Cutting Throats? – Findings from a New Database on Religion, Violence and Peace in Sub – Saharan Africa, 1990 to 2008

243. Transition from Democracy Loss of Quality, Hybridisation and Breakdown of Democracy

244. "Dreams Don't Come True in Eritrea": Anomie and Family Disintegration due to the Structural Militarization of Society

245. Nigeria: A Prime Example of the Resource Curse? Revisiting the Oil-Violence Link in the Niger Delta

246. Oil and the Eruption of the Algerian Civil War: A Context-sensitive Analysis of the Ambivalent Impact of Resource Abundance

247. Democratization via Elections in an African "Narco-state"? The Case of Guinea-Bissau

248. How Signifying Practices Constitute Food (In)security—The Case of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

249. Regionale Ordnungen in politischen Räumen. Ein Beitrag zur Theorie regionaler Ordnungen

250. Regional Power Shift s and Climate Knowledge Systems: South Africa as a Climate Power?

251. Inclusive Institutions and the Onset of Internal Conflict in Resource-rich Countries

252. Civilizing the World Order? The Scope and Potential of Transnational Norm-building Networks

253. In Search of Legitimacy in Post-revolutionary China: Bringing Ideology and Governance Back In

254. Ethnic Party Bans in East Africa from a Comparative Perspective

255. Climate-Resilient Industrial Development Paths: Design Principles and Alternative Models

256. Fuel for Conflict or Balm for Peace? Assessing the Effects of Hydrocarbons on Peace Efforts in Algeria

257. Religious Peace Activism—The Rational Element of Religious Elites' Decision-making Processes

258. Measuring Geopolitical Power in India: A Review of the National Security Index (NSI)

259. The Resource Curse and Rentier States in the Caspian Region: A Need for Context Analysis

260. From Rivalry to Mutual Trust: The Othering Process between Bolivia and Chile

261. A Regional Power Promoting Democracy? India's Involvement in Nepal (2005-2008)

262. Global Health, Aid Effectiveness and the Changing Role of the WHO

263. MDG Achievements, Determinants, and Resource Needs: What Has Been Learnt?

264. Measuring and Comparing Party Ideology in Nonindustrialized Societies: Taking Party Manifesto Research to Africa

265. Are the Chinese in Africa More Innovative than the Africans? Comparing Chinese and Nigerian Entrepreneurial Migrants' Cultures of Innovation

266. The Formation of Preferences in Two-level Games: An Analysis of India's Domestic and Foreign Energy Policy

267. Verschiebungen der globalen Machtverhältnisse durch den Aufstieg von Regionalen Führungsmächten. China, Indien, Brasilien und Südafrika im Vergleich

268. Lamb Buddha's Migrant Workers: Self-Assertion on China's Urban Fringe

269. The Financial Crisis and China's "Harmonious Society"

270. Why Half of China's Overseas Acquisitions Could Not Be Completed

271. Mega-events, Local Economies, and Global Status: What Happened before the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai

272. New Approaches to Cross-Strait Integration and Its Impacts on Taiwan's Domestic Economy: An Emerging "Chaiwan"?

273. Between Dependency and Autonomy – Taiwanese Entrepreneurs and Local Chinese Governments

274. The Political Thinking of the Mainland Taishang: Some Preliminary Observations from the Field

275. The Choice of Constitutional Amendments in a Young Democracy – From Indirect to Direct Election of the President in Taiwan

276. Measuring Variance in Subnational Regimes: Results from an Expert-Based Operationalization of Democracy in the Argentine Provinces

277. The Politics of Subnational Undemocratic Regime Reproduction in Argentina and 60

278. Neo-Patrimonialism and Subnational Authoritarianism in Mexico. The Case of Oaxaca

279. No Country for Leftists? Clientelist Continuity and the 2006 Vote in the Brazilian Northeast

280. The Institutional Feasibility of National-Local Policy Collaboration: Insights from Brazil and Argentina

281. The Global Crisis' Impact upon China's Rural Migrants

282. Taiwan's Democracy: Towards a Liberal Democracy or Authoritarianism?

283. A Modest Proposal for a Basic Agreement on Peaceful Cross-Strait Development

284. Commentary on "A Modest Proposal for a Basic Agreement on Peaceful Cross-Strait Development"

285. Commentary on "A Modest Proposal for a Basic Agreement on Peaceful Cross-Strait Development"

286. Signs of Change? An Analysis of Taiwan's December 2009 Local Elections

287. Too Many Resources or Too Few? What Drives International Conflicts?

288. Lessons to Be Learned: Political Party Research and Political Party Assistance

289. Assets, Shocks, and Poverty Traps in Rural Mozambique

290. Asian Economic Integration and Cooperation: Challenges and Ways Forward for Pan-Asian Regionalism

291. Understanding the Trajectory of Social Movements in Taiwan (1980-2010)

292. The Twenty-five Maiden Ladies' Tomb and Predicaments of the Feminist Movement in Taiwan

293. The Political Economy of Collective Labour Legislation in Taiwan

294. An Institutionalist Explanation of the Evolution of Taiwan's Disability Movement: From the Charity Model to the Social Model

295. The Movement Strategy in Taiwan's Judicial Independence Reform

296. The Impact of Social Movements on Taiwan's Democracy

297. China's Trade Relations with the United States in Perspective

298. Official/ Unofficial: Information Management and Social Association

299. India and the Civil War in Sri Lanka: On the Failures of Regional Conflict Management in South Asia

300. Technological Readiness in the Middle East and North Africa – Implications for Egypt