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Populism and the 2016 American Election: Evidence from Official Press Releases and Twitter
  • Corina Lacatus
  • Political Science
  • PS: Political Science & Politics
  • 22 November 2018
ABSTRACT In the past year, academics and mass media alike have spoken of populism as a necessary condition for Donald Trump’s success in the 2016 US presidential election. Despite the growingExpand
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Populism and President Trump’s approach to foreign policy: An analysis of tweets and rally speeches
Much like his candidacy, Donald Trump’s presidency has been described as populist par excellence and as fundamentally breaking with the liberal internationalist tradition of American foreign policy.Expand
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Explaining institutional strength: the case of national human rights institutions in Europe and its Neighbourhood
ABSTRACT National human rights institutions have spread rapidly across Europe and its Neighbourhood consolidating their powers to protect human rights. Yet, we know little about the causes for changeExpand
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The design of national human rights institutions : global patterns of institutional diffusion and strength
“The Design of National Human Rights Institutions: Global Patterns of Diffusion and Strength” explores patterns of institutional design in the case of national human rights institutions (i.e.Expand
Sovereignty as Performance and Video Art: Citizenship Between International Relations and Artistic Representation
This chapter deals with the limitations of national sovereignty and citizenship, illustrated by an analysis of performance and video works that represent experiences of illegal migration. The chapterExpand
Human rights networks and regulatory stewardship: An analysis of a multi-level network of human rights commissions in the United Kingdom
Regulatory networks are increasingly important actors in multi-level systems of human rights governance. Yet we know little about the role that domestic networks play as intermediaries or about theExpand
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Introduction to the special issue: Elections, rhetoric and American foreign policy in the age of Donald Trump
This introduction presents the special issue’s conceptual and empirical starting points and situates the special issue’s intended contributions. It does so by reviewing extant scholarship onExpand
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