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How Saudi Crackdowns Fail to Silence Online Dissent By Jennifer Pan, Stanford University, and Alexandra A. Siegel, Stanford University Saudi Arabia has imprisoned and tortured activists, religious leaders, and journalists for voicing dissent online. This reflects a [...]
Reconceiving Immigration Politics: Walter Benjamin, Violence, and Labor Inés Valdez, The Ohio State University This paper shows how violence circulates in the realms of immigration and labor. Through Walter Benjamin, I conceptualize the relationship between racial [...]
Ethnic Riots and Prosocial Behavior: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan By Anselm Hager, University of Konstanz, Krzystof Krakowski, Collegio Carlo Alberto, and Max Shaub, WZB Berlin Social Science Center Riots reduce community cooperation: A new study investigates the 2010 [...]
Interest Groups on the Inside: The Governance of Public Pension Funds By Sarah F. Anzia, University of California, Berkeley and Terry M. Moe, Stanford University New scholarship in American politics argues that interest groups should [...]