Announcing Expansion of PSN Political Institutions: International Institutions eJournal


We are pleased to announce the expansion of Political Science Network (PSN) Political Institutions: International Institutions eJournal into the following eJournals:

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: COURTS eJOURNAL
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Editor: David A. Lake, Professor, UC San Diego

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of international courts. Papers could look at the formation and operation of international courts like the international criminal court, courts of human rights, regional tribunals, or relationships between domestic/international courts. Papers here should address these courts generally, how they function, their design or the political implications of these courts for states or individuals. The analysis of individual cases should not be included under this topic.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: EUROPEAN UNION eJOURNAL
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Editor: David A. Lake, Professor, UC San Diego

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of the European Union. Papers might examine the political institutions of the European Union, public policy in the EU, public opinion in the EU, or ascension/harmonization politics in the EU. Any paper dealing with the political institutions of the European Union should be included in a topic under this eJournal.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: LAWS, RULE-MAKING/INTERPRETATION, & COMPLIANCE eJOURNAL
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Editor: David A. Lake, Professor, UC San Diego

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of international law: rule-making, rule interpretation, and compliance. Papers could examine how international laws are made, the politics behind or efficacy of the process, how these rules are interpreted by states or the institutions that design them, or the degree to which states or non-governmental organizations comply with the rules. Any paper that deals with the rule-making, rule interpretation, and compliance of international laws should be included in this topic.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS & GLOBAL GOVERNANCE eJOURNAL
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Editor: David A. Lake, Professor, UC San Diego

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts dealing with the topic of the politics of international institutions and global governance. Papers included in this eJournal might relate to the politics of the UN, Alliances like the Security Council, NATO, or regional security pacts, international development institutions like the World Bank or IMF, or any other paper that deals with international institutions and global governance.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: REGIONAL GOVERNANCE eJOURNAL
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Editor: David A. Lake, Professor, UC San Diego

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts on the topic of regional governance. Papers will be organized by the following regions: North America, Latin America and South America, Africa, Europe/Eurasia, Middle East, Asia/Southeast Asia.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: TRANSNATIONAL NETWORKS eJOURNAL
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Editor: David A. Lake, Professor, UC San Diego

Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts in the topic of transnational networks. Papers may look at the role and influence of various networks like human rights networks, global social movements (whether women's, racial/ethnic, religious, or other), international criminal organizations, environmental networks, democracy promotion, health/wellness, or labor/occupational movements. Any article that addresses issues related to groups of individuals or non-governmental organizations working toward some kind of strategic objective should be included under this eJournal.


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Sincerely,

David A. Lake & Mathew D. McCubbins
Directors
Political Science Network




Posted 2/20/14