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    2023.Individualisation and collectivisation in contexts of organized criminal violence: the case of Mexico’s “war on drugs”.In:

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    2022.Regional and Interregional Relations Between EU and South America. Weathering the COVID-19 Storm?.In:

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    2022.Estimative Intelligence in European Foreign Policymaking. Learning Lessons from an Era of Surprise.Edinburgh University Press.Link
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    2022.Trans-governmental regulatory networks and the European Union’s involvement in global governance: an occasional instrument?.Journal of European Integration,44:5:677-693. DOI: 10.1080/07036337.2022.2073445Link
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    2022.Automation, Digitalization, and Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace: Implications for Political Behavior.Annual Review of Political Science,25:463-484LinkLogo open access
  • Svensson, Isak; Finnbogason, Daniel; Krause, Dino; Martínez Lorenzo, Luís; Hawach, Nanar

    2022.Confronting the Caliphate. Civil Resistance in Jihadist Proto-States.Oxford University Press.Link
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    2022.Minority Language Recognition and Political Trust in Authoritarian Regimes.Political Research Quarterly,LinkLogo open access
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    2022.I’ll Be Back? Exiled Leaders and Political Instability.Journal of Conflict Resolution,Online First:1-26Link
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    2022.One President at a Time? How the President-Elect Shapes U.S. Foreign Policy during the Transition.Presidential Studies Quarterly,OnlineLinkLogo open access
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    2022.The political consequences of dependent financialization: Capital flows, crisis and the authoritarian turn in Turkey.Review of International Political Economy,Link
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