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Since 1945, many survivors of the nuclear blasts — known as the hibakusha — have advocated for global nuclear disarmament.

  • Rebecca Davis Gibbons and Stephen Herzog
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These events demonstrate how competitive politics might reemerge in Russia’s regions.

  • Elise Giuliano
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If the game is constitutional hardball, Democrats could try this play.

  • Daniel Carpenter
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People who lost money or jobs because of the pandemic response were more likely to protest with Black Lives Matter.

  • Maneesh Arora
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The government claimed it needed to clean up the region’s separatism and radicalization.

  • Sameer Lalwani
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Rising economic inequality can dampen support for democracy.

  • Cristina Bodea and Christian Houle
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Research suggests that online communities are more supportive of liberal democracy

  • Matthew Placek
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Its appeal is not really based on traditional left-right, Democratic-Republican politics.

  • Joseph E. Uscinski, Casey Klofstad and Justin Stoler
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Many states split up executive branch power among several elected officials. Here's what happens when they're not from the same party.

  • Nicholas Miras
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Jobs and social stability are likely to become Beijing’s higher policy priorities

  • Hanjie Wang, Nives Dolšak and Aseem Prakash
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