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About Sandrine  Baume
Sandrine Baume is a political philosopher and a historian of ideas. She is currently an associate professor at the Centre for Public Law in the Faculty of Law and Criminal Justice at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Her research focuses particularly on the theory of the democratic state: its institutions, its rules, and its values. Among her recent publications are La transparence dans la conduite des affaires publiques: Origines et sens d'une exigence (Raison publique, 2011); On Political Theology: A Controversy between Hans Kelsen and Carl Schmitt (History of European Ideas, 2009) and Carl Schmitt, penseur de l'Etat: Genèse d'une doctrine (Presses de Sciences Po, 2008).

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Hans Kelsen and the Case for Democracy Hans Kelsen and the Case for Democracy
Sandrine Baume
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Democratic Institutions and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Europe - Danijela Dolenec  NEW

Exploring Euroscepticism in Online Media Coverage - Pieter de Wilde; Asimina Michailidou; Hans-Jörg Trenz NEW

From Deliberation to Demonstration: Political Rallies in France, 1868-1939 - Paula Cossart NEW

Hans Kelsen and the Case for Democracy - Sandrine Baume NEW

Why Aren't They There? The Political Representation of Women, Ethnic Groups and Issue Positions in Legislatures - Didier Ruedin NEW

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