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2015 How do non-democratic regimes claim legitimacy? Comparative insights from post-Soviet countriesvon Soest, Christian / Grauvogel, Julia
2015 Opposition visions for preserving Syria's ethnic-sectarian mosaicMahmoud, Rustum / Rosiny, Stephan
2015 Disabling the steering wheel? National and international actors' climate change mitigation strategies in Latin AmericaRodriguez Lopez, Miguel / do Nascimento, Daniele Vieira / Garcia Sanchez, Daniela / Bolivar Lobato, Martha
2015 Under the state's thumb: Results from an empirical survey of civic organizations in VietnamWischermann, Jörg / Bui The Cuong / Nguyen Quang Vinh / Dang Thi Viet Phuong / Nguyen Thi Minh Chau
2015 State extraction and anti-colonial rebellion: Quantitative evidence from the former German East Africade Juan, Alexander
2015 What do we know about sexual violence in armed conflicts? Recent empirical progress and remaining gaps in peace and conflict researchKoos, Carlo
2015 Electoral rentierism? The cross-national and subnational effect of oil on electoral competitiveness in multiparty autocraciesWahman, Michael / Basedau, Matthias
2015 Authoritarian regime learning: Comparative insights from the Arab uprisingsBank, André / Edel, Mirjam
2015 Regime type, inequality, and redistributive transfers in developing countriesDodlova, Marina / Giolbas, Anna
2015 The Brazilian rise and the elusive South American balanceSchenoni, Luis Leandro
2015 Nationalized incumbents and regional challengers: Opposition- and incumbent-party nationalization in AfricaWahman, Michael
2015 Regional linkages and global policy alignment: The case of China-Southeast Asia relationsAbb, Pascal / Strüver, Georg
2015 The plasticity of regions: A social sciences-cultural studies dialogue on Asia-related area studiesHolbig, Heike
2015 Polyarchies, competitive oligarchies, or inclusive hegemonies? 23 global intergovernmental organizations comparedLopes, Dawisson Belém
2015 SMARTer indicators for decent work in a post-2015 development agenda: A discussion and a proposalOstermeier, Martin / Linde, Sarah / Lay, Jann / Prediger, Sebastian
2015 Multipolarity and the future of regionalism: Latin America and beyondGarzón, Jorge F.
2014 The ontological (in)security of similarity: Wahhabism versus Islamism in Saudi foreign policyDarwich, May
2014 Demands for media democratisation and the Latin American 'New Left': Government strategies in Argentina and Brazil in comparative perspectiveKitzberger, Philip
2014 The heterogeneity of FDI in sub-Saharan Africa: How do the horizontal productivity effects of emerging investors differ from those of traditional players?Pfeiffer, Birte / Görg, Holger / Perez-Villar, Lucia
2014 The institutional presidency from a comparative perspective: Argentina and Brazil since the 1980sInácio, Magna / Llanos, Mariana
2014 International sanctions against Iran under President Ahmadinejad: Explaining regime persistenceBorszik, Oliver
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