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Journal of Public and International Affairs 2017

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Articles

Small Islands Developing States and Climate Change: An Overview of Legal and Diplomatic Strategies
Valentina Baiamonte and Chiara Redaelli, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

Identifying Fraud: An Analysis of Whether Instances of Voter Fraud Drive State Legislatures to Enact Voter Identification Laws
Hal Brewster, Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs, Princeton University

Private Firm Incentives to Adopt Internal Carbon Pricing
Vivian Chang, Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs, Princeton University

Prison-based Gerrymandering and the Systematic Dilution of Minority Political Voice
Lindsay Holcomb, Swarthmore College

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization as a Multilateral Security Platform in Central Asia
Sarah Lohschelder, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and Law Center

The Repeal of the Corn Laws and Brexit in Comparative Perspective: The Enduring Role of Interest Representation, the Renewed Role of Ideas
Nicolas Pose, London School of Economics and Political Science

From Narco-Terrorism to Informal Economy: Theorizing the State-Crime Nexus to Understand Afghanistan’s Opium Dilemma
Stephen Reimer, London School of Economics and Political Science

Essays

“Add Two Teaspoons of Women”: Women, Empowerment, and Development Policy
Namitha Sadanand, London School of Economics and Political Science

Examining Nigeria’s Learning Crisis: Can Communities Be Mobilized to Take Action?
Eustace Uzor, London School of Economics and Political Science