Election observers and their biases
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Why do election monitors sometimes issue contradictory statements or endorse flawed elections? The answers are not always straightforward; in some cases, the monitors' good intentions may undermine their credibility. © 2010 National Endowment for Democracy and The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1353/jod.0.0173
Publication InfoKelley, J (2010). Election observers and their biases. Journal of Democracy, 21(3). pp. 158-172. 10.1353/jod.0.0173. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/4625.
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Dean of the Sanford School of Public Policy
Judith Kelley became the Dean of the Sanford School of Public Policy in July 2018. Kelley, an expert on international relations, researches how international actors can promote democratic and human rights reforms. Kelley is also a senior fellow with the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. Kelley's work focuses on how states, international organizations, and NGOs can promote domestic political reforms in problem states, and how international no