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Enrike van Wingerden is a Ph.D. candidate in international relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Her doctoral research theorises how seemingly localised struggles are enacted transnationally, with an empirical focus on the Middle East. She previously studied Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies as an ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) scholar at the University of Oxford. She also contributes to research projects on global and subnational modes of power at the University of Amsterdam. Her other research interests include political sociology, science & technology studies, and international political theory.
Posts by Enrike van Wingerden
India is often credited for its success as the world’s largest democracy – but does the degree of democracy vary across Indian states? This article develops an index to map the development of subn...