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  1. I am not sure whether it would count as top 15, but you may want to have a look at LSE. They have several faculty working in political behaviour / psychology. Though, I am unsure about the intersection with authoritarian regimes (and China in particular).
  2. https://leiterreports.typepad.com/blog/2014/03/some-advice-to-prospective-graduate-students-visiting-departments.html I found this post on the topic on Leiter Reports, a well-known philosophy blog, particularly helpful. The comments are also useful.
  3. Given your interests, I would say LSE should easily be on par with Cambridge. I have been a student in the Department, and I can say that the teaching on courses such as Philosophy of Science (PH400) and Philosophy of Social Science (PH405) is excellent. The program is particularly helpful if you would like to get a better overview of the fields before applying. Further, the dissertation still allows for a significant research component.
  4. I have heard Harvard also cancelled their recruitment event.
  5. Which schools so far have cancelled their visiting days? Do you expect others to follow?
  6. Are the Yale posts genuine? Seems a bit early as compared to last year. If yes, then congrats to those admitted. (To be very frank with you though, it's hard to congratulate a person I have never met or even talked before - so I always find the ubiquitous congratulations here a bit odd, if not disingenuous.)
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