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Nuno Monteiro won the 2017 Heinz Eulau award from APSA for the best article published in the American Political Science Review and for the best article published in...
Kate Baldwin’s book, The Paradox of Traditional Chiefs in Democratic Africa, has been chosen to receive an Honorable Mention by APSA’s Political Economy section Riker Book...
Stephen Skowronek won the 2017 Legacy award of APSA’s section on Presidency and Executive Politics for The Politics That Presidents Make. This award is given to a “...
“According to the United Nations Refugee Agency, more than 21 million people are refugees worldwide, over half of whom are younger than 18 years. Refugees experience severe...
On July 1, while Americans prepared to celebrate the Fourth, Canadians celebrated Canada Day and, this year, the 150th anniversary of the British North America Act 1867. In...
Kate Baldwin, newly named as the Peter Strauss Family Assistant Professor of Political Science, focuses her research on political accountability, state building, and the...
Professor David Mayhew was part of a three person panel at the National Constitution Center discussing “What Happened to Congress?”.  Speaking with Josh Chafetz, author of...

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