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French political science papers blog

Fran├žois Briatte has created a French political science papers blog, science politique en ligne, to collate interesting work done by French political scientists. Obviously, I approve thoroughly of this in principle and in practice - it has really begun to bring together some interesting work which certainly would have evaded the attention of anglophones like myself if not for Fran├žois’s efforts. See here for example for discussion of an interesting-sounding piece on institutionalisms in political science. Unlike this blog, he has also succeeded in creating a reasonably lively comments section. I’m very happy to see this doing as well as it seems to be doing.

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