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Most recent Articles in Political studies
Standing in the Shadows of Niebuhr: U.S. President Barack Obama and Reinhold Niebuhr’s Christian Realism [Political studies]
Kamminga, M. (1st Jun 2011).

Senate for Sale? A look into the role of Lobbyists during the passage of “Dodd-Frank” in the U.S. Senate. [Political studies]
Seidman, C. (24th Feb 2011).

When Will the United States Invade Iran? [Political studies]
Sweeney, J. (19th May 2007).

Representativity as a scale-independent factor for democratic participation [Political studies]
Mitchell, E. (20th Nov 2006).

Participation in Unanimous Decision-Making: The New England Monthly Meetings of Friends [Political studies]
Mitchell, E. (29th Aug 2006).

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