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Ken Conca, Climate change, adaptation, and risk of conflict in international river basins

Ken Conca's newly published book chapter is "Climate change, adaptation, and risk of conflict in international river basins."
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Ken Conca, Power in environmental peacebuilding

Ken Conca's new article in a special issue of World Development Sustainability is "Power in environmental peacebuilding."
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Josh Rovner, Theory of Sabotage

Josh Rovner's new article in the French Journal of Intelligence amd Cyber is "Theory of Sabotage."
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Understanding how Middle Eastern Populations Experience the Human Rights Framework in Practice, 75 Years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

SIS professor Shadi Mokhtari lays out three Middle Eastern experiences of human rights- as mockery of morality, manifesting morality, and moral maze, in her research.
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"Campaigns Matter”: SPA Professors Publish New Edition of Campaigns and Elections American Style

The textbook, coproduced by academics and practitioners, examines the changing landscape of U.S. campaigns and elections.
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Yang Zhang, The micro-foundations of elite politics: conversation networks and elite conflict during China’s reform era

Yang Zhang's new article in Theory and Society is "The micro-foundations of elite politics: conversation networks and elite conflict during China’s reform era."
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Jennifer Poole, Can Online Platforms Promote Women-Led Exporting Firms?

Jennifer Poole's new article in the Journal of Globalization and Development is "Can Online Platforms Promote Women-Led Exporting Firms?"
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Claudine Kuradusenge-McLeod, The Burden of the Rwandan Diasporic Identity: From Social Categorisation to Silencing

Claudine Kuradusenge-McLeod's new book chapter is "The Burden of the Rwandan Diasporic Identity: From Social Categorisation to Silencing."
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Surgeon General Raises Alarm: Is Loneliness a National Crisis?

AU’s Jody Gan answers our question of the week
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Guy Ziv, Civil-Military Relations in the Age of Populist Nationalism: The Case of Israel

Guy Ziv's new published article in Political Science Quarterly is "Civil-Military Relations in the Age of Populist Nationalism: The Case of Israel."
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