New Issue of IPSR Published - June 2022

New Issue of IPSR Published - June 2022

Publication date: Mon, 06 Jun 2022

The latest issue of the International Political Science Review (IPSR) for June 2022 (Volume 43, Number 3) includes a special collection on Brexit with seven articles titled The Brexit effect: Political implications of the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. The collection is guest edited by Gianfranco Baldini and Nicola Chelotti. Also included in the issue are three regular articles and a thank you note to all reviewers in 2021.

The special collection explores how Brexit has impacted the territorial integrity of the UK, its political parties, parliament and critical areas of governance such as security cooperation and financial regulation. The first of the additional articles by Yildirim et al., explores agenda dynamics and policy processes in military regimes using case study data from Turkey, while the second article by Park and  Choi looks at the effects of broad and narrow UN sanctions on domestic populations. And finally, Yates uses a qualitative life-story-and-family-history method to compare two republican family dynasties in North Korea and Syria.

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Special Issue: The Brexit effect: Political implications of the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union

The Brexit effect: Political implications of the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union
Gianfranco Baldini and Nicola Chelotti

Back to the Westminster model? The Brexit process and the UK political system
Gianfranco Baldini, Edoardo Bressanelli and Emanuele Massetti

Brexit and party change: The Conservatives and Labour at Westminster
Richard Hayton

Brexit and the future of the UK constitution
Stuart White

Brexit and the union: Territorial voice, exit and re-entry strategies in Scotland and Northern Ireland after EU exit
Nicola McEwen and Mary C Murphy

Rule maker or rule taker? Brexit, finance and UK regulatory autonomy
Scott James and Lucia Quaglia

When politics trumps strategy: UK–EU security collaboration after Brexit
Benjamin Martill and Monika Sus

Agenda dynamics and policy priorities in military regimes
T Murat Yildirim, Alper T Bulut and Emel Ilter

Are smart sanctions smart enough? An inquiry into when leaders oppress civilians under UN targeted sanctions
Jiyoun Park and Hyun Jin Choi

Dynastic rule in Syria and North Korea: Nepotism, succession, and sibling rivalry
Douglas A Yates

Thank You to Reviewers