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Political Science
How It Is Measured and Compared
How unemployment impacts political destabilization in Western and Eastern Europe
‘Traditional values’ ​​are the main theme of the government's rhetoric targeting the younger generation.
The new US President's name, appearance and behaviour have earned him more than three hundred nicknames.
Having an external ‘enemy’ helps unite Russian society.
Alexander Belenky's book 'How US Presidents Are Elected' covers some of the more puzzling features of the American electoral system.
Street rallies more often consist of those who get the information from the internet rather than TV.
Good nutrition can speed up the transition to democracy.
More than twenty years after the collapse of the socialist bloc, virtually none of the post-communist countries have attained the level of socioeconomic development characteristic of advanced democracies. Likewise, none of the post-communist countries have emerged as successful autocracies with high-quality public institutions, such as those found in Singapore or Oman. Professor Andrei Melville, Dean of the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences, and Mikhail Mironyuk, Associate Professor of the HSE School of Political Science, examine possible reasons why it is so.
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