DATA

Quantitative Content Analysis of populist leaders' foreign policy speeches

(currently under peer review)

A data set comprising of a comparative quantitative content analysis of various populist leaders' national identity conceptions based on their foreign policy speeches. Based on Hymans (2006), identity conceptions are a leader’s understanding of what their nation stands for (solidarity dimension) and how high it stands (status dimension) in comparison to key external others. So far, the sample includes Maduro (Venezuela), Trump (United States), Modi (India), Duterte (the Philippines), and Orbán (Hungary).

Co-Sponsorship data on foreign policy legislation in the US Congress

see Friedrichs, Gordon (2020): U.S. Global leadership Role and Domestic Polarization: A Role Theory Approach. Routledge: London & New York.

A data set comprising of co-sponsorship coalitions among members of the US Congress on Iran-related legislation between 2009 and 2019. The data shows partisan as well as ideological patterns of co-sponsorship behavior.

Coding of legislative debates in the US Congress

see Friedrichs, Gordon (2020): U.S. Global leadership Role and Domestic Polarization: A Role Theory Approach. Routledge: London & New York.

A data set comprising of legislative debates in the US Congress on the Iran nuclear issue and the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement in 2015. The data was coded for legislators' role conceptions of US global leadership and the branches of government.

DATA VISUALIZATION

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