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Parties met "gender parity in everything" mandates but picked men to run in the most politically relevant races.

  • Jennifer M. Piscopo and Lorena Vázquez Correa
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We’ll keep looking to see which trend continues.

  • Joshua Ferrer and Joyce Nguy
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This week’s summit is about more than photo-ops and discussions of repairing the alliance.

  • Garret Martin and Balazs Martonffy
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That’s what we found by surveying more than 15 countries in five world regions.

  • Pauline Jones and Laura Rozek
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The president begins an overseas trip.

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Reinforcing alliances is a useful foreign policy tool, research finds.

  • Brian Blankenship
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Young Congolese want the government to step up against the increasing militant violence.

  • Robert U. Nagel and Kate Fin
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For Pedro Castillo and the left-wing Peru Libre party, the challenges ahead are enormous.

  • Will Freeman and Cynthia McClintock
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Here's what political science tells us about party outliers.

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There are surprising lessons that we can learn from how the Black Death changed the world.

  • Daniel W. Gingerich and Jan P. Vogler
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A new survey reveals one in two Indian Americans experienced recent discrimination, often on the basis of skin color.

  • Sumitra Badrinathan, Devesh Kapur, Jonathan Kay and Milan Vaishnav
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Our research found that optimism improves civil society, increasing trust in one another and encouraging political involvement.

  • Carey Stapleton, Jacob Oliver and Jennifer Wolak
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Descendants of the victims want a presidential apology and further reparations.

  • Franziska Boehme
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Kids do better when their parents have more control over their time and better working conditions.

  • Leah Ruppanner and Jennifer Hook
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Here's what prompted the push toward localization — and what's blocking this change.

  • Michael N. Barnett
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Mandates may increase distrust and public resistance.

  • Katrin Schmelz and Samuel Bowles
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Here’s what women think about the end of the one-child policy.

  • Yun Zhou
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Israel has marginalized Arab parties and Arab voters for decades.

  • Guy Grossman and Devorah Manekin
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Africa’s militant groups retain considerable autonomy, research shows.

  • Jason Warner
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Here’s how the politics of fear — and the legacy of old violence — may factor into Sunday’s voting.

  • Jo-Marie Burt
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