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<Elections, protest, social movements, contentious politics: a Q&A with <i>CPCS</i> Associate Editor Margarita Zavadskaya

Elections, protest, social movements, contentious politics: a Q&A with CPCS Associate Editor Margarita Zavadskaya

“I am still convinced that these days it is of utmost importance to see the complexity and ambiguity of what is going on within the civil society of authoritarian states, i.e. grassroot activities, bottom-up initiatives, people‚Äôs attitudes”

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<Technology and Global Change: A Q&A with <i>Global Perspectives</i> Section Editor Josephine Wolff

Technology and Global Change: A Q&A with Global Perspectives Section Editor Josephine Wolff

“You can imagine how if we wanted to create algorithms that could help inform judicial decisions or credit scoring systems or employment decisions and we did so by training those algorithms on existing, human-made decisions in these areas, then all of the biases underlying those human decisions would inform the algorithmic decisions as well”

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<A Q&A with J. Paul Goode, Editor-in-Chief of <i>Communist and Post-Communist Studies</i>

A Q&A with J. Paul Goode, Editor-in-Chief of Communist and Post-Communist Studies

Though we are well past the era of European transitions from communist rule, post-communist states and societies continue to react to the experience of rupture. In politics, these influences persist in the populist revolts against neoliberalism and globalization, or the manipulation of collective memory and myth-making of the communist era.

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