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Sandra Häbel

norms abroad is via policy networks, which are webs of relationships between actors in one policy arena, in partner countries. This article explores why existing policy networks tend to undermine normative spillover between policy sectors and

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Gender, Leadership and Representative Democracy

The Differential Impacts of the Global Pandemic

Kim Rubenstein, Trish Bergin, and Pia Rowe

parliamentary mechanisms may be a frame for improving or at least highlighting the links between gender and representation. In Australia, the authors have been part of a Snap Forward Feminist Policy Network (SFN) convened by the 50/50 by 2030 Foundation at the

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EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

A new space for a study of novel forms of diplomacy

Zane Šime

regional, as distinct from the national or global, level” ( Graham, 2008, p. 160 ). References Adshead , M. ( 2002 ). Developing European regions? Comparative governance, policy networks and European integration . Aldershot, UK : Ashgate

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Elisabetta Nadalutti

–57 . Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press . Häbel , S. ( 2020 ). Normative policy coherence for development and policy networks: EU networks in Vietnam . Regions and Cohesion 10 ( 1 ), 1 – 21 . 10.3167/reco.2020.100102 Häkli , J. ( 2009

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Expat, Local, and Refugee

“Studying Up” the Global Division of Labor and Mobility in the Humanitarian Industry in Jordan

Reem Farah

Migration and Society . References Al-Hardan , Anaheed . 2017 . “ Researching Palestinian Refugees: Who Sets the Agenda? ” Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network , 27 April . https

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Shutting Down Protest

Policing, International Summitry, and the G20 Experiment in Brisbane

Binoy Kampmark

“through the convergence of internal and international dimensions of security” ( Kitchen and Rygiel 2014: 201 ). New cooperative policy networks have emerged, overseeing the essential militarization of urban spaces. In light of the events that took place

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“Such a Poor Finish”

Illegitimacy, Murder, and War Veterans in England, 1918-1923

Ginger S. Frost

), 429–479; Daniel Grey, “Women’s Policy Networks and the Infanticide Act, 1922,” Twentieth Century British History 21, no. 4 (2010): 441–463; Anne-Marie Kilday, A History of Infanticide in Britain: c. 1600 to the Present (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2013