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Alan Cafruny
Cafruny Presents on Global Financial Crisis
Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, attended the 9th annual European Sociological Association Conference in Lisbon, Portugal, from Sept. 3 - 6. He was a member of the program committee of the Critical Political Economy Research Network and presented a paper titled "The Global Financial Crisis and European Integration Theory." More ...
David Rivera
David and Sharon Rivera Publish in Perspectives on Politics
Visiting Assistant Professor of Government David W. Rivera and Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera have published a paper titled “Yeltsin, Putin, and Clinton: Presidential Leadership and Russian Democratization in Comparative Perspective” in the September issue of Perspectives on Politics, one of the core journals of the American Political Science Association. More ...
Sharon Rivera
Congressional Quarterly Press Publishes Rivera Election Simulation
Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera has published an on-line version of a simulated election campaign exercise with Congressional Quarterly Press. The simulation, titled “Elections in West Europa,” is designed to teach students about party systems, campaigns and government formation in established democracies by using active learning strategies. More ...
Ambassador Edward S. Walker, Jr. '62
TIME Says Walker among finest American diplomats
Last May, TIME’s senior correspondent for the Middle East described Edward S. Walker, Jr., ’62 as “among the finest American diplomats to have served in the State Department” in a piece titled “Wise Men To Obama: ‘We Stand With You.’” More ...
Frank Anechiarico '72
Anechiarico Co-authors Detainee Policy Paper
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 ...
Philip Klinkner
Klinkner Paper Referenced by Baltimore Sun
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 ...
Li Presents at Yale Law School
William R. Kenan Professor of Government Cheng Li, who has recently been promoted to Director of Research at the Brookings Institution's China Center, spoke at Yale University Law School's China Law Center on Tuesday, Feb. 10. More ...
Cannavo Op-ed Appears in The Seattle Times
Assistant Professor of Government Peter Cannavo co-authored an opinion piece titled "Some ideas for President Obama's call to sacrifice" which appeared in The Seattle Times during the week of Jan. 23. Written with University of Washington Associate Professor of Political Science Karen Litfin, the op-ed asks "Can the 80 percent of humanity living in developing countries ever hope to live the American dream as we have known it?" More ...
Philip Klinkner
Klinkner Blogs on Huffington Post on Inauguration Experience
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 ...
Martin and Klinkner Participate in League of Women Voters Panel on Voting Process
Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, and Robert Martin, associate professor of government, will join New York State Senator Joseph Griffo in presenting "Considering the National Popular Vote (NPV) Compact." The League of Women Voters is hosting this panel discussion regarding the Electoral College, the NPV Compact and the implications of a constitutional amendment. More ...
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