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Parliamentary representation: a cross-national study of candidates' views (2019)
Journal Article
Sudulich, L., Trumm, S., & Bridgewater, J. (2019). Parliamentary representation: a cross-national study of candidates' views. Parliamentary Affairs, doi:10.1093/pa/gsz009

This study explores political elites’ self-conceptualisation of parliamentary representation by using data on nearly 7,000 candidates encompassing eighteen elections in fifteen countries. We examine the relevance of institutional features, closeness... Read More

Multinational cooperation: building capabilities in small air forces (2019)
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Burczynska, M. E. (2019). Multinational cooperation: building capabilities in small air forces. European Security, doi:10.1080/09662839.2019.1584102

European air power is represented by a variety of air forces, each equipped with different capabilities and facing different limitations. Developing the former and making up for the latter requires resources and finances and is not always possible wi... Read More

The Anglo-American military relationship: institutional rules, practices, and narratives (2019)
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Rees, W., & Davies, L. (2019). The Anglo-American military relationship: institutional rules, practices, and narratives. Contemporary Security Policy, doi:10.1080/13523260.2019.1581973

The Anglo-American military relationship is a vital yet neglected area of study. This article argues that the British military have actively cultivated a relationship with the U.S. military that has contributed to the longevity of the broader so-call... Read More

Typhoon Yolanda and post-disaster resilience: problems and challenges (2019)
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Eadie, P. (2019). Typhoon Yolanda and post-disaster resilience: problems and challenges. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, doi:10.1111/apv.12215

Typhoon Yolanda hit the Visayas region of the Philippines on 8 November 2013. With wind speeds reaching 315 km/h, the storm remains one of the strongest and most destructive typhoons ever to make landfall (Santos, 2013). This article focuses on how t... Read More

The emergence of citizen diplomacy in EU-China relations:principles, pillars, pioneers, paradoxes (2019)
Journal Article
Fulda, A. (2019). The emergence of citizen diplomacy in EU-China relations:principles, pillars, pioneers, paradoxes. Diplomacy and Statecraft, 30(1), 188-216. doi:10.1080/09592296.2019.1557419

This analysis considers the phenomenon of citizen diplomacy in European Union [EU]–China relations. It begins by engaging with the global discourse about “new” diplomacy and outlines how society-centric citizen diplomacy differs from state-centric pu... Read More

EU aggregate demand as a way out of crisis?: engaging the post-Keynesian critique (2019)
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Bieler, A., Jordan, J., & Morton, A. D. (2019). EU aggregate demand as a way out of crisis?: engaging the post-Keynesian critique. Journal of Common Market Studies, doi:10.1111/jcms.12843

Post-Keynesians have delivered an important advance in providing explanations of the Eurozone Crisis, not the least in demonstrating how the formation of the European integration project lacked the means to manage effectively the macroeconomic imbala... Read More

Navigating by the North Star: the role of the 'ideal' in J.S. Mill's View of 'utopian' schemes and the possibilities of social transformation (2019)
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Mccabe, H. (in press). Navigating by the North Star: the role of the 'ideal' in J.S. Mill's View of 'utopian' schemes and the possibilities of social transformation. Utilitas,

The role of the 'ideal' in political philosophy is currently much discussed. These debates cast useful light on Mill's self-designation as 'under the general designation of Socialist'. Considering Mill's assessment of potential property-relations on... Read More

Lenin without dogmatism (2019)
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Pateman, J. (in press). Lenin without dogmatism. Studies in East European Thought,

A longstanding criticism of Lenin is that his epistemological contributions to the theory of scientific socialism prompted the decline of Marxism in dogmatism and despotism in the twentieth century. According to this narrative, Lenin claimed to posse... Read More

The impact of the World War I on the law governing the treatment of prisoners of war, and the making of a humanitarian subject (2018)
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Wylie, N., & Cameron, L. (2018). The impact of the World War I on the law governing the treatment of prisoners of war, and the making of a humanitarian subject. European Journal of International Law, 29(4), 1327–1350. doi:10.1093/ejil/chy085

This paper evaluates the impact of the First World War on the development of international humanitarian law (IHL) regarding the treatment of prisoner of war (POW). In contrast to traditional scholarship, which overlooks the war’s significance on the... Read More

Conceived in Harlesden: candidate-centred campaigning in British general elections (2018)
Journal Article
Milazzo, C., & Townsley, J. (2018). Conceived in Harlesden: candidate-centred campaigning in British general elections. Parliamentary Affairs, doi:10.1093/pa/gsy040

Recent decades have seen an increasing trend towards the personalisation of election campaigns, even in systems where candidates have few structural incentives to emphasise their personal appeal. In this paper, we build on a growing literature that p... Read More

The Causal Effect of Public Service Motivation on Ethical Behavior in the Public Sector: Evidence from a Large-Scale Survey Experiment (2018)
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Meyer-Sahling, J., Mikkelsen, K. S., & Schuster, C. (2018). The Causal Effect of Public Service Motivation on Ethical Behavior in the Public Sector: Evidence from a Large-Scale Survey Experiment. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, doi:10.1093/jopart/muy071

Public service motivation (PSM) and ethical behavior are central concerns in public administration. Yet, experimental evidence on the causes of ethical behavior and the causal effects of PSM remains scarce, curtailing our understanding of both. This... Read More

Theory-testing Uyghur terrorism in China (2018)
Journal Article
Mumford, A. (2018). Theory-testing Uyghur terrorism in China. Perspectives on Terrorism, 12(5), 18-26

Analysis of terrorism perpetrated by Uyghurs inside China and the presence of Uyghur fighters in the warzones from Afghanistan to Syria has been divided as to whether such violence constitutes the alignment of Uyghur groups like the Turkestan Islamis... Read More

The ‘new’ wave of populist right-wing parties in Central and Eastern Europe: explaining electoral support for the Conservative People’s Party of Estonia (2018)
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Trumm, S. (2018). The ‘new’ wave of populist right-wing parties in Central and Eastern Europe: explaining electoral support for the Conservative People’s Party of Estonia. Representation, 54(4), 331-347. doi:10.1080/00344893.2018.1539028

Rising support for populist right-wing parties has become a key story of recent decades. It has mainly been making headlines in Western democracies but is also becoming increasingly prevalent in Central and Eastern Europe. Despite there being strong... Read More