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William Luers '51
Former Ambassador to Lecture About U.S.-Iran Relations
“A New Way to Deal with Iran” will be the topic of a lecture by former U.S. Ambassador William Luers ’51 on Monday, April 26, at 4:15 p.m., in the Kennedy Auditorium. Luers is the Sol M. Linowitz Professor of International Affairs. He will be joined by former U.S. Ambassador Ned Walker ’62, and Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs Alan Cafruny for a discussion about improving U.S.-Iranian relations. The event is free and open to the public. More ...
Robert W. T. Martin
Polity Publishes Martin Essay on James Madison
The journal Polity has published an essay written by Associate Professor of Government Robert W. T. Martin in its April issue. More ...
Kevin Rowe '10
Kevin Rowe '10 Presents at Conference
Kevin Rowe '10 presented a poster at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco on April 1. The poster was a summary of his government thesis, titled "Community and the Cosmopolis: Planning the American City After Modernism." The trip was funded by the Class of 1979 Travel Award. More ...
Alan Cafruny
Cafruny Gives Invited Talk at Duke
Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, gave an invited talk at "Eurocentrism or Euro-Crisis: A Day-long conference with Perry Anderson," at the Institute for Critical Theory, Duke University, on March 27. More ...
Panel Debates Current Situation in Afghanistan
The United States has occupied Afghanistan since October of 2001, when the U.S. and Great Britain launched an offensive against the Taliban in response to the September 11 terrorist attacks. In the eight years that the conflict has endured, the U. S. has made relatively little progress in establishing social or political order. In the March 1 panel discussion, “The Way Forward in Afghanistan,” experts debated the current situation in Afghanistan and the ways in which the United States military could improve its handling of the conflict. More ...
Ted Lehmann
Lehmann Presents Paper at ISA Annual Meeting
Assistant Professor of Government Ted Lehmann delivered a paper, "Oil and American Hegemonic Decline," to the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, held in New Orleans, Feb. 17-20. The paper examined contending theories and arguments regarding America's relative power in the world, and oil's importance in the decline of U.S. economic and military power. More ...
Colleen Sheehan
Author and James Madison Expert to Lecture at Hamilton
Author Colleen Sheehan, a professor of political science at Villanova University, will present a lecture titled “James Madison and the Spirit of Republican Self-Government,” based on her 2009 book with the same title, on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 4 p.m., in the  Red Pit (KJ 127). The event is free and open to the public. More ...
Government Outsourcing Conference Engages Hamilton Community
Late on a January afternoon, amid a bitter snowstorm that engulfed Hamilton’s campus, the Dwight Lounge of the Bristol Center was alive with activity. Young men and women gathered in the large space and began to fill the seats that spread out around a large podium. They awaited a conference that would prove to be stimulating, engaging, and at times even lighthearted: "Outsourcing National Security: The Law and Politics of Military Contracting." More ...
Frank Anechiarico
Conference Focuses on National Security Outsourcing Limits
Hamilton College will host both a lecture presented by a cadet from the Air Force Academy and a panel discussion with professors from West Point, CUNY and NYU on the topic of “Outsourcing National Security: The Law and Politics of Military Contracting” on Thursday, Jan. 28, in Dwight Lounge. The event has been organized by Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law Frank Anechiarico and is free and open to the public. More ...
Back from left, Jamie Azdair, Amanda Barnes, Sam Doyon, Alex Singh, Brett Shannon, Erich Romero; front from left, Brandon Moore, Hanna Kahrmann-Zadak, Elizabeth Scholz, Stephanie Shapiro, Kasey Kaspar Hildonen.
Model EU Team Travels to Belgium for EuroSim Conference
Eleven students from Hamilton’s Model European Union team and faculty advisor Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, attended the 23rd annual EuroSim conference in Antwerp, Belgium, on Jan. 5-10. The topic of this year’s conference was Russia-EU relations and Hamilton students took on a variety of roles, including members of the delegation from the Czech Republic, the Justice Minister of Ireland, and several members of Parliament. More ...
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