New Issue of IPSR Published - June 2021

New Issue of IPSR Published - June 2021

Publication date: Mon, 19 Jul 2021

The latest issue of the International Political Science Review (IPSR) for June 2021 has been published. IPSA members can access the full IPSR archive from 1980 to the present through their My IPSA menu. Published by SAGE, IPSR is the journal of the International Political Science Association and is committed to publishing peer-reviewed material that makes a significant contribution to international political science. It seeks to appeal to political scientists throughout the world and in all sub-fields of the discipline who are interested in studying political phenomena in the context of increasing international interdependence and change.


Special Issue: The Political Ramifications of COVID 19

Special issue introduction: The political ramifications of COVID-19 
Daniel Stockemer and Theresa Reidy

A whole-of-nation approach to COVID-19: Taiwan’s National Epidemic Prevention Team
Chih-Wei Hsieh, Mao Wang, Natalie WM Wong and Lawrence Ka-ki Ho

Political institutions, state capacity, and crisis management: A comparison of China and South Korea
Yexin Mao

State–society relations in uncertain times: Social movement strategies, ideational contestation and the pandemic in Brazil and Argentina
Rebecca Neaera Abers, Federico M Rossi and Marisa von Bülow

The pandemic politics of existential anxiety: Between steadfast resistance and flexible resilience
Uriel Abulof, Shirley Le Penne and Bonan Pu

When good news backfires: Feelings of disadvantage in the Corona crisis 
Maximilian Filsinger and Markus Freitag

Research Articles
Ethnic violence and substantive representation of minorities in parliament 
Sabri Ciftci and Tevfik Murat Yildirim

Institutions, contexts, and ethnic violence in comparative perspective
Feng-yu Lee and Tse-min Lin

Autocratic welfare programs, economic perceptions, and support for the dictator: Evidence from African autocracies
Kangwook Han

Thank you to reviewers