Brazilian Political Science Review

The Brazilian Political Science Review is published by the Brazilian Political Science Association and is the only political science and international relations journal published in English in Brazil. The main goal of the BPSR is to support the diffusion of high-quality political science work produced both in Brazil and abroad, thus contributing to the exchange of ideas within the international political science community.

BPSR is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services: Scielo, International Political Science Abstracts, Latindex, Sumário de Revistas Brasileiras, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and ProQuest. BPSR is also classified as quality A2 by CAPES.

The BPSR welcomes submissions of articles, ongoing research notes and review essays from political scientists and researchers from related disciplines. The scope of the journal is broad as it accepts submissions representing the entire range of political science research – theoretical or empirical, cross-national or focused on a single-country, quantitative or qualitative.

To submit your manuscript please register at https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/bpsr-scielo and follow the instructions.
In case of any problem, contact us at: bpsr@bpsr.org.br


Vol 10, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

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Articles

Modernization Without Change: Decision-Making Process in the Mercosur Parliament
Marcelo de Almeida Medeiros
Elite Framing of Inequality in the Press: Brazil and Uruguay Compared
Matias López
Emerging Powers and the Notion of International Responsibility: moral duty or shifting goalpost?
Kai Michael Kenkel
'Break-In Parties' and Changing Patterns of Democracy in Latin America
Thomas Kestler
U.S. International Agricultural Trade Policy: Interests, Institutions and Information in the Corn Supply Chain
Laís Forti Thomaz
The Stratification of Diversity: Measuring the Hierarchy of Brazilian Political Science
Fernando Leite
Japanese International Relations: an assessment of the 1971-2011 period
Thiago Corrêa Malafaia


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