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The Review of Politics
  • ISSN: 0034-6705 (Print), 1748-6858 (Online)
  • Editor: Ruth M. Abbey
  • Editorial board
The Review of Politics publishes primarily philosophical and historical studies of politics, especially those concentrating on political theory and American political thought. Thoughtful scholarly reflections on all aspects of politics - including analysis of institutions and techniques, analysis of literary reflections on politics, political interpretations of literary works, and constitutional theory and analysis - are also welcome. Some of the first essays advocating "realism" were published in The Review, as well as articles from its opponents in international relations; both perspectives are accepted parts of the journal's coverage.

Politics blog

  • What Cuban history can teach us about Trump’s comments on Haiti
  • 17 January 2018, Matthew Casey
  • Matthew Casey, author of Empire’s Guest Workers, discusses President Trump’s recent comments on Haiti. Donald Trump’s description of Haiti as one of a number of “shithole countries” came one day before the anniversary of the 2010 Haitian earthquake and a few weeks after he resurrected stereotypes associating Haitians with AIDS.…...
  • Racial Coalition Building in Local Elections
  • 03 January 2018, Andrea Benjamin
  • In my book, Racial Coalition Building in Local Elections: Elite Cues and Cross-Ethnic Voting, I explore how Black and Latino voters use cues from co-ethnic’s...
  • The Importance of Political Quotas in Rural India
  • 19 December 2017, Simon Chauchard
  • Quotas for disadvantaged groups, in politics and elsewhere, are implemented in more than 100 countries over the world. Because they are sometimes seen as violating...