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Professor Kathryn Lavelle Participates in Panel Discussion on the Geostrategic Importance of the Arctic

Professor Kathryn Lavelle joined the Hudson Institute to participate in a panel discussion where she spoke about regimes and regime complexity in regards to the geostrategic importance of the Arctic. Below is a description of the panel discussion from the Hudson Institute: The melting of Arctic ice accelerated by global warming...

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Professor Karen Beckwith Publishes New Book, “Cabinets, Ministers, and Gender”

Professor Karen Beckwith’s book, Cabinets, Ministers, and Gender, written with Professors Claire Annesley (University of Sussex, UK) and Susan Franceschet (University of Calgary, Canada), has been published by Oxford University Press. The book examines the gendered process and outcomes of cabinet formation in seven countries (Australia, Canada, Chile, Germany, Spain,...

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Review of Professor Justin Buchler’s New Book, Incremental Polarization

See the review of Justin Buchler's new book, Incremental Polarization, in Perspectives on Politics (17 (1), March 2019). Perspectives on Politics is a journal of the American Political Science Association. Incremental Polarization: A Unified Spatial Theory of Legislative Elections, Parties, and Roll Call Voting. By Justin Buchler. New York: Oxford...

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