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The APSA 2020 Council Nominations April 16, 2020
The APSA Nominating Committee is pleased to announce its 2020 nominees for APSA Council. Each has agreed to serve if elected. The call for nominations was circulated among the membership, and outreach specifically to APSA […]

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APSA Welcomes New Organized Sections: Civic Engagement and Education Politics and Policy April 16, 2020
At the American Political Science Association’s (APSA) 2020 Spring Council Meeting, the APSA Council approved the formation of two new organized sections Civic Engagement (Section 50) and Education Politics and Policy (Section 51). Civic Engagement […]

Karima Scott
Political Participation in Immigrant Communities April 15, 2020
Political participation is one of our most important civic duties. It is part of the original contract we the people agreed to when we founded this country, both native born citizens and immigrants. However, the vote is […]

Vinaya Bharam
Feet of Clay? How to Review Political Science Papers that Make Use of the Work of Historians April 15, 2020
Feet of Clay? How to Review Political Science Papers that Make Use of the Work of Historians By Jørgen Møller, Aarhus University Political scientists increasingly enlist the work of historians but they often treat this work in […]

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Pandemic Politics: Timing State-Level Social Distancing Responses to COVID-19 April 14, 2020
Pandemic Politics: Timing State-Level Social Distancing Responses to COVID-19 Christopher Adolph, University of Washington Kenya Amano, University of Washington Bree Bang-Jensen, University of Washington Nancy Fullman, University of Washington John Wilkerson, University of Washington Social distancing […]

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Dr. Maria Puerta-Riera Talks about the Benefits of a Career at a Community College & How COVID-19 is Likely to Affect These Institutions  April 14, 2020
Dr. Maria Puerta-Riera is a political scientist with a doctorate in cultural studies, dedicated to political analysis, specializing in issues related to democracy in Venezuela and Latin America. She is currently teaching social sciences (Research Techniques in Social […]

Karima Scott
Battlefield Casualties and Ballot-Box Defeat: Did the Bush–Obama Wars Cost Clinton the White House?  April 13, 2020
Battlefield Casualties and Ballot-Box Defeat: Did the Bush–Obama Wars Cost Clinton the White House? By Douglas L. Kriner, Cornell University and Francis X. Shen, University of Minnesota In the 2016 election, foreign policy may have played a […]

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JEPS Welcomes COVID-19-related Submissions for Rapid Review April 10, 2020
The rapid spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the COVID-19 disease it causes represents a massive challenge for individuals, societies, and governments around the world. This pandemic affects every aspect of our lives. Social science […]

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Hitting Two Birds with One Stone: How Russian Countersanctions Intertwined Political and Economic Goals  April 10, 2020
Hitting Two Birds with One Stone: How Russian Countersanctions Intertwined Political and Economic Goals By Paulina Pospieszna, Adam Mickiewicz University, Joanna Skrzypczyńska, Adam Mickiewicz University, and Beata Stepień, Poznan University of Economics and Business This […]

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National Science Foundation Encourages Proposals Related to Coronavirus  April 9, 2020
The National Science Foundation issued a Dear Colleague letter encouraging proposals related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) through existing funding channels and the NSF’s Rapid Response Research (RAPID) funding mechanism. RAPID proposals may be for up […]

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