Recent Submissions

  • Innovations: A Journal of Politics Back Matter 

    Brown, Sherri (Arts, Political Science, University of Calgary, 2002)
  • Are the Risks Real? Contemporary Opposition to the ICC 

    Reid, Holly; Chapnick, Adam (Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Political Science, History, Carleton University, University of Toronto, 2002)
    In spite of the overwhelming global support for the international criminal court (ICC) upon its inception in July 1998, a significant number of states, led by the US, have hesitated in ratifying the Rome Statute. After ...
  • Liberal/Democracy 

    McFaul, David (Arts, Political Science, University of Calgary, 2002)
    Throughout recent history, the political ideologies of I iberal ism and democracy have been closely associated with each other. Despite this common association, there is a continuing tension between the two sy stems. The ...
  • Metaxy and the Unrest of Existence in Saint Augustine's Confessions 

    Azerrad, David (Arts, Political Science, Carleton University, 2002)
    The structure and meaning of St. Augustine's Confessions have long puzzled interpreters. By reading the Confessions in light of Eric Voegelin's thought, the question of unity and meaning no longer poses itself. The 13 books ...
  • Cinema and Television as a Gauge for Race Politics 

    Kendrick, James A. (Arts, Political Science, Duke University, 2002)
    The salience of race in American society is a topic of current debate among some scholars of political science. Some research suggests that race is more influential than class in determining the political behavior of African ...
  • Innovations: A Journal of Politics Front Matter 

    Brown, Sherri (Arts, Political Science, University of Calgary, 2002)
  • The Role of Organized Labour in Latin American Democratization Processes 

    Hilgers, Tina (Arts, Political Science, York University, 2002)
    The comparative literature dealing with regime transItIon in Latin America since the 1970s has viewed critically the role of civil society, particularly organized labour, in promoting democracy. While seen as positive for ...