The Losing Battle of Goliath: the Failed Management of an American Alliance and the Asymmetric Intra-Alliance Negotiation under the ANZUS Dispute (1984-1986)
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by Leo TamamizuPolitical Science Program, Graduate Center, City University of New York, New York, USLeo Tamamizu is PhD candidate at the Political Science programme, the Graduate Center, City University of New York and a researcher at the Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA). His research interests are armed conflicts, military alliances and social science methods including mixed-method approach.
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Asian vs. liberal democracy: identifying the locus of conflict in the Asian values debate
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by Daniel HoGovernment Department, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UKDaniel Ho is a graduate of Singapore Management University with a double degree in Business Administration (Finance Major) and Social Science (Political Science). He has a cumulative GPA of 3.99 and was the recipient of the Kwek Hong Png Valedictorian Award which is presented to the top graduating undergraduate of the University. During his internship with the Ministry of Trade and Industry, he pursued a research project that examined the disparity in the correlation between the profitability of the firm and wages across sectors in Singapore. He also interned with the Adam Smith Centre to further hone his academic research skills and worked on various projects, including writing course materials for a Business, Government and Society undergraduate course, working on the draft chapters of a Springer textbook on development and gathering cross-sectional data on the entrepreneurial desire in OECD for a working paper (What Can Industrial Policy Do? Evidence from Singapore) which was subsequently published in the Review of Austrian Economics. He wrote his senior thesis on “Asian vs Liberal Democracy: identifying the locus of conflict in the Asian Values Debate”.
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The rise of companies in the cyber era and the pursuant shift in national security
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by Udi SommerEviatar MataniaNir Hassida School of Political Science, Government and International Relations, Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center, and the Center for the Study of the United States with the Fulbright Program, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israelb School of Political Science, Government and International Relations, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, IsraelUdi Sommer is John Jay Fall Research Fellow at the City University of New York and Professor at the School of Political Science, Government and International Relations at Tel Aviv University.Eviatar Matania is Professor at the School of Political Science, Government and International Relations at Tel Aviv University and Head of the Masters Program in Cyber and Government.Nir Hassid is a post-doctoral fellow at the School of Political Science, Government and International Relations at Tel Aviv University.
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Sloppy targeting of Chinese voters in the 2020 New Zealand general election: an exploration of National and Labour’s targeting strategies
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by Luna L. ZhaoSchool of Social Sciences, University of Auckland, Auckland, New ZealandLuna L. Zhao is a PhD candidate in Politics and IR at the University of Auckland. Her doctoral thesis encompasses an interdisciplinary examination of ethnic Chinese New Zealand voters, employing a blend of qualitative and quantitative analysis. Luna's research interests primarily revolve around New Zealand politics, ethnic minority voters, Asian studies, and the dynamics of elections in democratic systems. She has recently published works on Taiwan politics and the 2020 New Zealand General Election.
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Leaderless Movements? Rethinking Leaders, Spontaneity, and Organisation-Ness
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by Brian C.H. FongCollege of Social Sciences, National Sun Yat-sen University, TaiwanBrian C. H. Fong is Professor in the College of Social Sciences at the National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan. His research focuses on great power competition, democratisation, and identity politics, producing more than 80 journal articles, book chapters, authored books, and so forth. He is also the lead editor of several international book volumes, including Routledge Handbook of Great Power Competition and China’s Influence and the Center-periphery Tug of War in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Indo-Pacific.
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The Realpolitik of small states: explaining New Zealand’s silence on human rights violations in Turkey (Türkiye) and China
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by Maria Armoudian, Stephen Noakes
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Referendum campaign financing by political parties: the case of the United Kingdom
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by Toine Paulissen, Bart Maddens
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Identity and institutional thickening of Asia and the Pacific: narrating regional belonging in the foreign policy of Indonesia
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by Anna Grzywacz
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Plural policing contemporary New Zealand: insights into state power, actors and relational dynamics
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by Fabio Scarpello
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Military force development in New Zealand and Singapore: realising different influences on small state military capability
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by Vernon Noel Bennett
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