Republic (tagged articles)
Mobutu and the Collective Congolese Memory: Reconstructing the Past as a Survival Tool
John M. Mulunda - Despite the focus of scholars on the repressive elements of Mobutu’s Reign, “The rumble in the Jungle,” abacost jackets and the return to “authenticité” instead form the core of the 32-year reign of dictator Mobutu Sese Seko in... Keep Reading »
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Understanding the 2016 Republican Primary: Substantive Versus Strategic Voting Behavior
Max Gonzalez Saez-Diez - Was the selection of Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican Primary a strategic or a substantive choice? Donald Trump defied many predictions when he won the GOP’s presidential nomination despite his initial ‘underdog’ standing and controversial record... Keep Reading »
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The Growing Popularity of the Radical Right: Comparing Institutional, Societal and Historical Explanations in the United States and France
Zak Schneider - Following the enlightenment era, a new incarnation of politics created a uniquely democratic, liberal, egalitarian structure of government in Western democracies. In recent years, there has been an erosion of these qualities in favor of alternate ideologies such as... Keep Reading »
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Cobalt, Computation, and the Congo: Making Corporations Pay for Their Transnational Terrors
Isabel G. Padalecki - Though electronic products are ubiquitous in the modern Western world, most people are not aware of the origins of the batteries that power devices such as laptop computers and mobile phones. Lithium-ion batteries, though used primarily in wealthy and affluent nations... Keep Reading »
Pederasty and Power in Plato's Mythological Dialogues
Paul Regan - As a topic of philosophical interest the Socratic dialogues play a pivotal role in many of Plato’s works of more than thirty authentic dialogues. This paper discusses pederasty and power through myth and story-telling to teach Ancient Greek communities about... Keep Reading »
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