Discover captivating analyses on diverse political topics in the Fall 2018 issue of the Journal of Political Inquiry (JPI). Featuring articles such as “Economic Inequalities and Ethno-Nationalism: The Case of Catalan Independence” by Ana García Soria and “Democracy Under Strain in Europe and the United States: The Greater Implications on the Liberal World Order” by Anthony Branch, this collection offers profound perspectives on pressing global challenges.
Engage with thought-provoking research, including Eleftheria Photiou’s “Asymmetric Puzzles,” a comparative analysis of the evolution of ‘New Wars’ in the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Laura Salter’s “Responding to the Stateless” examines the role of humanitarian global civil society in addressing refugee issues throughout the twentieth century.
Furthermore, delve into Mishella Romo’s exploration of the judicialization of politics in “The Judicialization of Politics and Regime Transition in Dominant Party Systems: Evidence from Venezuela’s Supreme Tribunal of Justice.” Lastly, read Ana García Soria’s insightful book review of “Inequality, Grievances, and Civil War” by Halvard Buhaug, Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, and Lars-Erik Cederman.
Experience a rich collection of scholarship and intellectual discourse in the Fall 2018 issue of JPI, offering valuable insights into political dynamics and their far-reaching implications.