The American Political Science Review is political science's premier scholarly research journal, providing peer-reviewed articles and review essays from subfields throughout the discipline. Areas covered include political theory, American politics, public policy, public administration, comparative politics, and international relations. APSR has published continuously since 1906.
Marijke Breuning, University of North Texas
Steven Forde, University of North Texas
John Ishiyama-Lead Editor, University of North Texas
Valerie Martinez Ebers, University of North Texas
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Current Issue: Volume 107 Issue 04
From the Editor's introduction to the current issue: This issue (Volume 107, Issue 3) contains several articles that address important contemporary political issues, such as the effect of U.S. gun laws on levels of violence in border areas of Mexico, the causes of rape in civil wars, why campaign spending has skyrocketed in recent years, and whether ethnically integrative institutions actually change the level of prejudice and reduce the salience of ethnicity after an ethnic civil war has occurred.