Jessica Green, assistant professor of political science, recently won an award for the best book in environmental politics from the International Studies Association (ISA).ISA awarded Green the Harold and Margaret Sprout Award for her book, Rethinking Private Authority: Agents and Entrepreneurs in Global Environmental Governance.The Harold and Margaret Sprout...
Professor Joel Beinin, Stanford University
March 2nd, 2015, 4:30 pmTinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A
Scholars have longed distinguished between normal political protest and what can be termed “high-risk activism,” best exemplified in the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project of 1964. The International Solidarity Movement consciously invoked the precedent of Mississippi Freedom...
Professor White came to Case in 2000 and became Department Chair in 2003. He previously was Associate Professor of Health Systems Management in the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at Tulane University, and before that was first Research Associate and then Senior Fellow in the Governmental Studies...
The Politics of Policy-making in the European Central Bank (Boulder, CO: Rowman and Littlefield, 2006)
Germany and the Politics of Europe's Money. (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1998).
The Domestic Politics of German Unification, co-edited with Christopher Anderson and Wolfgang Luthardt. (Boulder,CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 1993).
"The Rationality of Radical Islam." with...
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Three weeks ago, the U.S. and China announced a landmark bilateral agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Secretary of State John Kerry heralded the agreement as a key step toward reinvigorating international negotiations on climate change.
His theory will be tested this week, when diplomats will converge on Lima, Peru to negotiate the next steps of the climate change regime. Although there is some optimism, the prospects remains highly uncertain. The Kyoto Protocol expired in 2012, and so far, only a handful of countries have renewed their commitments, comprising only 12 percent of global emissions. Countries have set themselves a deadline of December 2015 to agree to Kyoto’s successor, but agreement appears a long way off. For starters, countries have not yet decided upon what the legal form of such an agreement would be, let alone agreed upon substantive commitments.
Read more in The Washington Post