The journal World Politics recently released its list of influential articles from 2020, which includes three current and former WCED fellows and associates.
Adam Casey is a 2020-21 WCED Research Fellow. He received his doctorate in political science from the University of Toronto in 2020 and will be a WCED Postdoctoral Fellow in 2021-23. He is the author of "The Durability of Client Regimes: Foreign Sponsorship and Military Loyalty, 1946–2010," (Vol. 72: 3). Adam is also a co-author of "Social Revolution and Authoritarian Durability," (Vol. 72: 4) along with Jean Lachapelle, Steven Levitsky, and Lucan A. Way.
Jean Lachapelle was a WCED Postdoctoral Fellow in 2017-19, and is currently a research fellow at the Varieties of Democracy Institute at University of Gothenburg. Jean is a co-author of "Social Revolution and Authoritarian Durability," (Vol. 72: 4) along with Steven Levitsky, Lucan A. Way, and Adam Casey.
Congratulations to these scholars for their outstanding research, and for the recognition from World Politics!