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Each series will provide a forum to address areas of concern in contemporary Political Science, featuring unique research and encompassing a wide range of issues. Each volume is intended to educate, inform and enable debate amongst readers, whilst also making a significant contribution to the field.

We would welcome book proposals for any of the new series listed below. You can read more about each series and how to submit a proposal by clicking the title.

You can also contact the Political Science Acquisitions Editor, Natalja Mortensen, for more information.

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