Alexander, Kathryn J. 2017. “Religiosity and Bellicosity: The Impact of Religious Commitment on Patterns of Interstate Conflict,” Journal of Global Security Studies 2(4): 271-287.
Are states with religiously committed citizens more likely to initiate conflict than states with less committed... Read More about Fall 2017 Duke Political Science Publications »
One of the many insights senior Chinmay Pandit has learned this fall is this: “philosophers are not infallible or consistent.”
“Revolutionary thinkers have contributed in meaningful ways to the creation of democracies but have simultaneously justified perverse, backwards ideals in their... Read More about Highlighting Genevieve Rousseliere, our new faculty »
Aydin, Umut and Tim Büthe. "Competition Law and Policy in Developing Countries: Explaining Variations in Outcomes; Exploring Possibilities and Limits." Law and Contemporary Problems.
We have reasoned that competition regulators often need to challenge not only the anti-competitive... Read More about October 2017 Duke Political Science Publications »