In: IAPSS Academic Think Tank

History of USA’s relationship with International Criminal Court
October 23, 2018

The Clinton Administration signed the Rome Statute in 2000, but did not submit it for Senate ratification. The George W. Bush…

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The IAPSS Academic Think Tank at the World Congress
April 16, 2017

Under the banner of ‘Humanitarian Politics: Imagery, emotion and public diplomacy’ three members and the coordinator of the Academic Think Tank…

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The second round of the 2016 Peruvian elections: new social behaviors with an old political heritage.
June 2, 2016

The upcoming second round of the Peruvian elections is being closely watched by many eyes worldwide. Not only because of its complexion…

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Integrating the Politics of Scale with Systemic Deliberative Democratization
May 13, 2016

We are at a unique juncture in the conceptual and empirical academic landscape regarding integrated democratic research. The following will provide…

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American Ambiguity: Challenging Democracy in South Korea
May 10, 2016

From the moment a group of Puritans first set foot on the land now known as the United States, American Exceptionalism…

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Democratic standards and the role of international observers in Haiti’s elections.
April 5, 2016

Despite being the first country to have independently developed in Latin America – whose anniversary of 212 years of independence was…

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Why the United States Challenges Democracy
December 14, 2015

The term democracy is almost synonymous with the foreign policy of the United States. As American influence spreads across the…

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Challenging Democracy through a Civic Senate
December 9, 2015

After the Canadian federal election on October 19th, 2015 a major newspaper headlined “A New Canada” was upon us. The positive…

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Participatory Budgeting: What They Don’t Tell You About…
December 8, 2015

Those passionate about democracy, and more specifically direct, participatory or deliberative democracy, are bound to feel a sense of awe and…

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Same same, that’s different – Some thoughts on the Greek parliamentary election
October 20, 2015

For the second time in this year and for the fifth time in six years, the Greek electorate has been called…

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