Political Science Archive

Elise Carlson-Rainer, American Public University – Role of Bureaucrats in Foreign Policy and LGBTI Rights

Bureaucrats might not be all bad. Elise Carlson-Rainer, assistant professor of International Relations at American Public

David Schultz, Hamline University – Local Government

Want to get involved in government?  Look local. David Schultz, professor of political science at Hamline

Joseph Fins, Cornell University – Secret Memo Shows Bipartisanship during Watergate Crisis

Bipartisanship during a crisis seems unlikely in today’s political climate. Joseph Fins, professor of medical ethics

Jennifer LeMesurier, Colgate University – Knitting as Protest

Can knitting be used as an act of defiance? Jennifer LeMesurier, professor of writing and rhetoric

Christine Blackburn, Texas A&M University – Weaknesses in the Global Supply Chain

We must never break the chain. Christine Blackburn, postdoctoral research fellow at Texas A&M University, examines

Derek Black, South Carolina University – Federal Education Right

Why isn’t education a federal right? Derek Black, professor of law at the University of South

Il Hyun Cho, Lafayette College – Dispelling Myths about North Korea

North Korea remains a mystery. Il Hyun Cho, assistant professor in the Department of Government and

Chelsea Good Abbas, Widener University – What Happens in Latin American when the U.S. Tightens its Borders

What happens in Latin America when the U.S. tightens its borders? Chelsea Good Abbas, instructor of

Austin Sarat, Amherst College – Lying to Government Officials

Do not lie to government officials. Austin Sarat, professor of jurisprudence and political science at Amherst

Ray Raymond, SUNY Ulster – The U.S. and U.K.’s Special Partnership

The U.S. and UK have enjoyed a strong relationship for centuries. Ray Raymond, professor of government