In their article published in Journal of Peace Research, our Research Affiliate Erin Kristin Jenne and co-authors Connor Kopchick, Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham and Stephen Saideman examine factors that may impact when emigrated groups mobilize after they move.
“Nationalism has greater destructive effects for the international system when combined with populism, demonstrating the importance of distinguishing nationalism and populism conceptually in order to isolate their separate and combined effects on foreign policy,” our Research Affiliate Erin Kristin Jenne argues in her article published in International Affairs.
“Studies of social movements have often focused on mobilization and campaigning; by comparison, demobilization has received little attention,” Michael Zeller, researcher of DI’s Building Resilience Against Violent Extremism and Polarization (BRaVE) project writes in his article published by Social Movement Studies.
“Continuous Rule of Law backsliding in the Member States and the EU institutions’ lack of willingness to stop this trend show the ugly face of the European Union,” Petra Bard and her co-authors, Barbara Grabowska-Moroz and Viktor Zoltan Kazai write in their article published as part of RECONNECT.
Given the sums the U.S federal government spends on buying goods and services from outside of the public sector, strategic government purchasing can have electoral consequences.