Duke University Political Science

  • peterfeaverericlorber

    Long View on Iran
    Peter Feaver, Eric Lorber: Much of the struggle to ensure a deal’s success will come after a deal is signed

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  • hillygus

    Sunshine Hillygus comments: 2014′s Most and Least Politically Engaged States

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    Special issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution edited by Laia Balcells

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    2014 Midterms: Global is the New Local

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  • buthetirole

    Tim Büthe on the Nuances of Economics Nobel Laureate Jean Tirole

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  • bahar

    Is Turkey in a “Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don’t” Situation?

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  • feaveroctober2

    How to Know if We're Winning Against the Islamic State

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    Should Military Leaders Resign When Advice Disregarded?  Peter Feaver on why democratic civil-military relations are important to the U.S.

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    Ashley Jardina: Making Sense of Race and Politics

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  • cataloniaindep3

    Laia Balcells comments: Catalunya follows Scottish referendum and Spanish politicians travel to Edinburgh

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  • eddyvietnam

    Edmund Malesky: Saigon beating Hanoi four decades after Vietnam War

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  • grayworldmap

    Former Political Science student Leah Yaffe (Trinity '13) discusses human rights and the sovereign state...

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  • What does the Republican Wave in 2014 Mean for 2016?
  • The 2014 midterm elections constituted a Republican wave — a wave that was hard to stop and allowed Republicans to show they “learned their lesson” from the loss in the 2012 Presidential campaign. But what impact will these elections have on the 2016 Presidential campaign? Well, that’s still hard to tell. Read More
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