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Jackson School of International Studies Journal

Examining politicization and judicial behavior in Taiwan

Matt Chang argues that the Constitutional Court has asserted itself on individual rights, but not the separation of powers, amid polarization...

The Jackson School Journal of International Studies is the undergraduate peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to showcasing the research and policy writing by students in the Jackson School and the University of Washington. Founded in 2009, the Jackson School Journal accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Undergraduate students, supported by a faculty Advisory Board, run all aspects of the Journal’s production. The Journal receives generous support from the Jackson School of International Studies and the University of Washington Center for Global Studies.