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International Political Science Review (IPSR)

Reconciliation, transformation, struggle
Vol. 38
No. 2
2017
Published by: Sage Publications
ISSN:
0192-5121
1460-373X (Online)

Guest Editor : Adrian Little and Sarah Maddison

Reconciliation, transformation, struggle: An introduction
Adrian Little and Sarah Maddison

Can we reconcile? Understanding the multi-level challenges of conflict transformation
Sarah Maddison

A broken promise? Evaluating South Africa’s reconciliation process twenty years on
Fanie du Toit

Discursive institutions in non-transitional societies: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
Ravi de Costa

Fear, hope and disappointment: Emotions in the politics of reconciliation and conflict transformation
Adrian Little

A reconciliation most desirable: Shame, narcissism, justice and apology
Paul Muldoon

Political reconciliation in postcolonial settler societies
Ernesto Verdeja

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International Political Science Association

International Political Science Review (IPSR)

Vol. 38
No. 1
2017
Published by: Sage Publications
ISSN:
0192-5121
1460-373X (Online)

Vale Jean Laponce 1925–2016
Theresa Reidy and Marian Sawer

The perils of semi-presidentialism: Confidence in political institutions in contemporary democracies
Yüksel Alper Ecevit and Ekrem Karakoç

Do campaigns matter outside the United States? Equilibrium and enlightenment in Korean presidential elections
Jeonghun Min and Paul-Henri Gurian

Presidential survival in South America: Rethinking the role of democracy
Christopher A Martínez

Power calculations and political decentralisation in African post-conflict states
Lovise Aalen and Ragnhild Louise Muriaas

Why do states change positions in the United Nations General Assembly?
Samuel Brazys and Diana Panke

Paying attention and the incumbency effect: Voting behavior in the 2014 Toronto Municipal Election
Aaron A Moore, R Michael McGregor and Laura B Stephenson

Justifying the constitutional regulation of political parties: A framework for analysis
Gabriela Borz

From polarisation to pluralisation: A deliberative approach to illiberal cultures
Selen A Ercan

Regional party networks and the limits of democratic norm diffusion in Southeast Asia
Dirk Tomsa

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International Political Science Association