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POSC 170: International Relations & World Politics
Special Issues often begin with a Call for Papers -- editors decide on a topic of interest, outline it's importance for contemporary scholarship, and suggest potential avenues of exploration. This Call for Papers on "Pandemic Politics" shows you how a special issue comes together and what expectations editors lay out ahead of time for authors.
Table of Contents for a recent special issue of TWQ, "Revolutions: A Twenty-First Century" perspective. Based on " the ‘Revolutions’ conference in 2017 to commemorate the Russian Revolution and redeem the actual record of revolutions in the Third World for the left."
"Achieving the ideals of electoral democracy depends on well-run elections. Persistent problems of electoral integrity in transitional and established democracies have prompted a burgeoning literature seeking to explain the determinants of electoral integrity around the world. However, the study of the organisations responsible for managing the electoral process has been limited to isolated national case studies."