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November 21, 2022

War in Ukraine: are negotiations possible?

Alexandr Burilkov Faced with the successful Ukrainian counteroffensive, and with military costs mounting, the Russian elite has splintered into bickering factions. Alexandr Burilkov argues that the nationalist information space is exerting significant pressure on Putin to continue and escalate the war. This makes negotiations and a lasting ceasefire unlikely Read more
January 14, 2021

The Loop is three months old!

Kate Hawkins The Loop launched on 12 October 2020. During our short life, we have published 57 articles on a huge range of political science sub-disciplines, by some 79 bloggers. Managing Editor Kate Hawkins reflects on this early phase Read more
September 30, 2020

Academic blogging during a pandemic

Mark Carrigan In 2020 we all became digital scholars overnight. Now we need to have serious conversations about intellectual community, the purposes it serves and how blogging can help us pursue them under these difficult conditions, writes Mark Carrigan Read more
September 30, 2020

Welcome to the Loop

Johanne Døhlie Saltnes The Loop marks ECPR’s leap into the political science blogosphere with, we hope, a splash! Read more

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