Lead Article in ABA National Security Law Report
May 13, 2009
Frank Anechiarico, Maynard-Knox Professor of Government, has co-authored the lead article, titled "Looking Back to Go Forward: Remaking US Detainee Policy,"
in the March/April edition of the American Bar Association National Security Law Report
. In the article, Anecharico and co-author and Lt. Col. James M. Durant III explain why and how detainee policy applied to those labeled enemy combatants collapsed and failed in 2008. More ...
February 11, 2009
Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, was referenced in a Feb. 10 Baltimore Sun
article, "Steele's rise shows how Obama has altered landscape."
The article discussed Michael Steele's recent election as Republican National Committee chairman and how President Obama has fundamentally changed U.S. electoral politics in 2008 by building two new multiracial coalitions. More ...
January 19, 2009
Government professor Philip Klinkner, who is attending the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama, will be blogging about his observations on Huffington Post
beginning on Monday, Jan. 19, and continuing on Tuesday, Jan. 20, at the publication's Obama Inauguration Coverage site
. He will also be using Twitter to record his experiences at pklinkne. More ...
January 16, 2009
In an interview on central New York's public radio station WRVO-FM, Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, spoke about the voting patterns that emerged in the presidential election and the role played by race. During the interview with news director Chris Ulanowski on Jan. 16, Klinkner also discussed the parallels between the presidency of Franklin Roosevelt and an Obama presidency. More ...
January 6, 2009
Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, spoke with Wall Street Journal
reporter Naftali Bendavid for an article on how President-elect Barack Obama's first term may or may not mirror that of Franklin D. Roosevelt. In "FDR's Popularity Helped Power New Deal
," which appeared in the paper's Jan. 6 issue, Klinkner commented that Roosevelt established a connection with the electorate unlike that of any previous president. More ...