Volume 129 - Number 3 - War on ISIS
Obama’s War on ISIS: But What Does This Mean?
The War Powers Resolution and the Constitution
Tactical Advantages of Terror
Volume 129 - Number 3 - Fall 2014
Candidate Emergence Revisited: The Lingering Effects of Recruitment, Ambition, and Successful Prospects among House Candidates
Volume 129 - Number 2 - Summer 2014
Building National Armies after Civil War: Lessons from Bosnia, El Salvador, and Lebanon
Volume 129 - Number 1 - Spring 2014
Pakistani Opposition to American Drone Strikes
Volume 128 - Number 4 - Winter 2013-14
International Influence, Domestic Activism, and Gay Rights in Argentina
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With the 2014 Congressional elections approaching, the Academy of Political Science and Political Science Quarterly present an online symposium focused on the candidate selection process. The scope of the articles included in the symposium is threefold: review the reasons why candidate recruiting is so critical to the success of political parties; evaluate how candidates assess personal and political choices and the way in which ambition endures over time; and, examine how the changing campaign finance landscape affects the resources available to those who consider running for political office.
Symposium Organizers: Paul S. Herrnson and Kelly D. Patterson
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