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Jeffrey Friedman
Dartmouth Professor to Lecture on National Security

Jeffrey Friedman, assistant professor of government at Dartmouth College, will present a lecture titled “Confronting the Fog of War: Probability and National Security Decision Making, from the Bay of Pigs to Abbottabad” on Monday, Nov. 30, at 4 p.m., in the Kirner-Johnson Building, room 101. The lecture is sponsored by the Government Department and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Erol Balkan, Alan Cafruny, Heather Merrill and Judit Temesvary
Panel Discussion on the Global Refugee Crisis is Nov. 17

Four Hamilton professors will debate the global refugee crisis in a panel discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m., in the Red Pit, Kirner-Johnson Building. The panel is sponsored by the Government Department and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Philip Klinkner
New Yorker and Chicago Tribune Quote Klinkner

Among the many national news outlets that have reported on Republican domination of significant races in this month’s general election,  several have quoted  James S. Sherman Professor of Government Philip Klinkner. In a Nov. 5 New Yorker column titled “Obama and the G.O.P.’s Red Sea,” columnist John Cassidy referenced  Klinkner’s Oct. 26 essay, “The Democrats’ woes are overstated,” published by Vox.   More ...

Students in the Washington DC program with Professor Rob Martin and the American Enterprise Institute's Michael Auslin.
D.C. Program Group Visits AEI

Hamilton students in the Program in Washington, D.C. recently visited The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and met with Asian foreign policy expert Michael Auslin.  AEI is a think tank dedicated to issues of government, politics, economics and social welfare.
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Professor Alan Cafruny participated in the 12th Annual Meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club in Sochi.
Cafruny Presents in Russia

Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, presented “Is U.S. Power Declining?” at Russia’s Higher School of Economics and then traveled to Sochi where he gave an invited lecture at a meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club.  More ...

Peter Cannavò
Cannavo Interviewed on KPFA's Against the Grain

Peter Cannavò, associate professor of government and director of the environmental studies program, discussed the views of political theorist Hannah Arendt, author of The Human Condition, as well as his own perspectives on the politics of place on KPFA’s Against the Grain radio program on Oct. 7. During the hour-long broadcast, Cannavò stressed the importance of democratic deliberation and pointed to an overemphasis on development to the detriment of preservation.  More ...

Professor of Government Rob Martin and Program in Washington students with Norm Ornstein at the American Enterprise Institute.
D.C. Program Meets With American Enterprise Institute's Norm Ornstein

Hamilton students on the Program in Washington, D.C. recently visited the American Enterprise Institute where they heard from resident scholar Norman Ornstein. This semester's Program in Washington is directed by Professor of Government Rob Martin.   More ...

Dmitry Suslov, William Luers '51 and Thomas Pickering.
Government Class Features Experts on U.S. - Russia Relations

Students in “U.S. Foreign Policy,” taught by Assistant Professor of Government Erica De Bruin, were granted a unique experience on Oct. 2 when three distinguished Foreign Service experts visited their class to field questions regarding U.S.-Russia relations and careers in the field.  More ...

Dmitry Suslov
The Current State of U.S. – Russia Relations

Dmitry Suslov, deputy director for research at the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, visited Hamilton for  a lecture on Oct. 1 and told his audience that until recently, relations between the United States and Russia had been ambiguous—a “transition period” where the U.S and Russia were “neither friends nor foes.”  More ...

Michael Lienesch
UNC Professor Outlines History of Constitution Day

Aptly echoing the thoughts of many Americans who awoke to discover that Sept.17 was a national holiday, Michael Lienesch began his Constitution Day lecture with a simple question, “so what is Constitution Day anyway?” As Lienesch, professor of political science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, would delineate in his speech, to answer this seemingly simple question, one must first understand where this holiday came from, and why it was created, and how it is celebrated today.  More ...

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