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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 August 2014

Harriet Bulkeley
University of Durham
Liliana B. Andonova
The Graduate University, Geneva
Michele M. Betsill
Colorado State University
Daniel Compagnon
Sciences Po Bordeaux
Thomas Hale
University of Oxford
Matthew J. Hoffmann
University of Toronto
Peter Newell
University of Sussex
Matthew Paterson
University of Ottawa
Charles Roger
University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Stacy D. VanDeveer
University of New Hampshire
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