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New book by Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen published by Oxford University Press.
Svend-Erik Skaaning and a number of international colleagues have published the book "Varieties of Democracy - Measuring Two Centuries of Political Change."
The book analyses the notion of the responsible university using the Nordic universities as case studies.
The book "Reforming the Welfare State" is written by Carsten Jensen, Professor at the Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, and Georg Wenzelburger, Professor at the Department of Social Sciences, TU Kaiserslautern.
In his new book, Professor Christoffer Green-Pedersen presents a new model of issue competition among political parties based on a new coding of party manifestos.
Mind-sets from the Cold War have continued to influence US foreign policy with detrimental consequences for US–Russia relations, argues David Parker in his new book. He concludes by demonstrating how tension and mistrust have continued to grow during the Trump administration and considers the future for US–Russian relations.
Mette Skak contributes with a chapter on Russian strategic culture. She writes about old habits and the new generation of policy makers.
Oxford University Press releases the seventh edition of ‘Introduction to International Relations’ – with Professor Jørgen Møller, Aarhus BSS, as new co-author.
Tonny Brems Knudsen's new book takes up the nature of the institutions of international society. The book is co-edited with Cornelia Navari and published with Palgrave.
Combining evidence from cross-national studies with studies on selected cases relying on recent field work, this book suggests a solution to the "paradox of authoritarian elections". Merete Bech Seeberg's new book is published with Routledge.
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