New Issue of IPSR Published - January 2021

New Issue of IPSR Published - January 2021

Publication date: Tue, 02 Feb 2021

The latest issue of the International Political Science Review (IPSR) for January 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.

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Articles Featured in the January 2021 Issue (Volume 42, Number 1):

Special Issue: The Politics of Climate Change

Guest Editors: Jale Tosun and B Guy Peters

Special Issue Introduction
The politics of climate change: Domestic and international responses to a global challenge
Jale Tosun and B. Guy Peters

Special Issue Articles

Party competition on climate policy: The roles of interest groups, ideology and challenger parties in the UK and Ireland
Neil Carter and Conor Little

Policy styles, opportunity structures and proportionality: Comparing renewable electricity policies in the UK
Merethe Dotterud Leiren, Tor Håkon Jackson Inderberg and Tim Rayner

The politics of climate change in a neo-developmental state: The case of South Korea
Thomas Kalinowski

Policy implications of climate change denial: Content analysis of Russian national and regional news media
Dmitry Yagodin

Policy opinion in policy contexts. A comparative analysis of domestic energy policies and individual policies and individual policy preferences in Europe
Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen and Christina Eder

National interests and coalition positions on climate change: A text-based analysis
Paula Castro

The Clean Energy Ministerial: Motivation for and policy consequences of membership
Jale Tosun and Adrian Rinscheid

Capacity building for proportionate climate policy: Lessons from India and South Africa
Prabhat Upadhyaya, Manish Kumar Shrivastava, Ganesh Gorti and Saliem Fakir