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Yuksel Alper Ecevit and Barbara Sgouraki Kinsey. 2020. “Minority Candidates on Party Lists: Evidence from Belgium.” Acta Politica.
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David Siroky, Milos Popovic and Nikola Mirilovic. 2020. “Unilateral secession, international recognition, and great power contestation.” Journal of Peace Research.
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Leslie Goldstein, Judith A. Baer, Courtenay Daum, and Terri Susan Fine. 2019. The Constitutional and Legal Rights of Women, 4th ed. St. Paul, MN: West Educational Publishing.
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Turcu, Anca and Robert Urbatsch. 2019. “European Ruling Parties’ Electoral Strategies and Diaspora Enfranchisement Policies.” European Journal of Political Research.
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Christopher Faulkner, Jonathan Powell and Trace Lasley. Forthcoming. “Creed versus Deed: Illicit Financing, Rebel Goals, and the Use of Child Soldiers.” Third World Quarterly.
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