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Catholics and Protestants lived side by side -- but with very few shared social or economic ties.

  • Joseph M. Brown and Gordon C. McCord
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In this tech-savvy city, it’s not easy for authorities to spin the political crisis.

  • Ching Kwan Lee
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Here's the fourth article in our series on gender bias in political science.

  • Raymond Tatalovich and John Frendreis
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The semiautonomous territory attracts a lot of China’s private wealth, it turns out.

  • Andrea Binder
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Here’s the third article in our series on the gender gap in political science.

  • Amy Erica Smith and Heidi Hardt
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In our survey, both Republicans and Democrats would cut the deficit by raising taxes.

  • Steven Kull
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Survey data shows when Americans are – and aren’t – up for intervention.

  • Jason Brownlee
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Here's the second article in our series on gender bias in political science.

  • Ellen M. Key and Phillip J. Ardoin
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Beijing blames foreign forces for inciting ‘riots.’ Here’s why that makes sense in China.

  • Kecheng Fang
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The bigger stink may be corruption, not trash.

  • Alla Baranovsky-Dewey
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