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This article uses methodological insights to argue for a reconceptualization of the way in which we approach spatial data, and specifically for a rejection of the primacy of the nation state as the unit of analysis. We pay particular attention to the way in which the analysis of data with a...
Many measures of state power are defined in terms of the material capabilities of states, but ignore important differentials in the state's capacity to convert material resources into political power. This paper presents a theoretical rationale for a measure of government performance that takes...
This article uses an alternative test of Inglehart's postmaterialism hypothesis, drawing on volunteered responses to open-ended election survey questions, instead of structured responses to the standard forced-choice scale, and on responses to quality of life survey questions concerning personal...
This analysis seeks to contribute to the growing literature on the subject of “the weak in the world of the strong.” It examines Taiwan's attempts to cope with U.S. commerical pressure in view of its mounting bilateral trade surplus in the recent years ($10.6 billion in 1985, and $6.2 billion...
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