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Brazilian Political Science Review

Number 2, Vol.13, 2019

  • 7
    Strategies, Outcomes and the Potential for Civil Society in Democratizing Urban Development
    Authors: Karin Deleuse Blikstad
    Number of views: 237
  • 8
    Post-Truth and Authoritarianism: Reflections about the Antecedents and Consequences of Political Regimes Based on Alternative Facts
    Authors: Marcio Cunha Filho
    Number of views: 242
  • 10
    The Coup within the Coup: An Analysis of Competing Discourses in 1961-1964
    Authors: Bianca de Freitas Linhares & Letícia Baron
    Number of views: 219
  • 27
    Air Power Meets Clausewitz: Military Coercion as Limited War
    Authors: Flávio Pedroso Mendes
    Number of views: 221
  • 29
    Social Forces and the International Political Economy after the 2008 Financial Crisis: The Case of Business Summit 20 (B20)
    Authors: Lenardo Ramos & Pedro Henrique Schneider Parreiras
    Number of views: 229
  • 29
    Democratization and Intelligence and Internal Security Agencies: A Comparative Analysis of the Cases of Brazil and Portugal (1974-2014)
    Authors: Carlos S. Arturi & Júlio C. Rodriguez
    Number of views: 238
  • 31
    Migrant Remittances and Rights to Physical Integrity: A Cross-section Study of Latin America (1981-2014)
    Authors: Cristiane Lucena Carneiro & Ana Figueroa
    Number of views: 227
  • 36
    Programs and Parties: Rethinking Electoral Competition Through Analysis of Brazilian ‘Grotões’
    Authors: Nara Salles
    Number of views: 231
  • 37
    Seven Reasons Why: A User’s Guide to Transparency and Reproducibility
    Authors: Dalson Figueiredo Filho et al
    Number of views: 270
  • 37
    Here Today, Gone Tomorrow – Political Ambition, Coalitions, and Accountability as Determinants of Ministerial Turnover in the Brazilian Multiparty Presidential System
    Authors: Pedro Lucas de Moura Palotti et al.
    Number of views: 228

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