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The Asian Politics Online Seminar Series is an online seminar series for political scientists working in, on, or adjacent to Asia. APOSS has hosted 102 seminars to date. It is currently organized by Charles Crabtree, Ji Yeon (Jean) Hong, and Trevor Incerti.
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May 30, 2023 8-9PM EDT
Spreading Misinformation or Disinformation?: A Survey Experiment in South Korea
June 6, 2023 8-9PM EDT
To Act or Not To Act: ASEAN (Non-)Intervention in Domestic Crises
June 13, 2023 8-9PM EDT
Framing Democracy: Characterizing China’s Negative Legitimation Propaganda using Word Embeddings
June 20, 2023 8-9PM EDT
When are Democracies at Risk of Democratic Decline? A Meta-Analysis of the Experimental Literature and a Conceptual Replication
July 11, 2023 8-9PM EDT
Immune or Untapped? Investigating Japanese Demand for Populist Media Content
July 25, 2023 8-9PM EDT
Effectiveness of Countercriticism Coercion by China: Third-Party Deterrence of Malaysia
Electoral Reform and Fragmented Polarization: New Evidence from Taiwan Legislative Roll Calls
Times are presented in JST as default for historical reasons. This does not indicate a preference for scholars working in Japan. Times featuring European scholars are presented in EST for convenience.
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