News Archive

On The Chicago Council on Global Affairs blog, Professor Diana Mutz writes about how attitudes toward trade changed between the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections.      

On WHYY's podcast Grapple, Professor Dan Hopkins discusses anti-immigration politics and its impact on elections.      

In Slate, Professor Marc Meredith discusses claims of voter fraud using 130 million ballots from the 2012 election.      

In FiveThirtyEight, Professor Dan Hopkins explains that most voters have not changed their minds regarding presidential candidates.      

Professor Michael C. Horowitz has been named the 2017 recipient of the International Studies Association’s Karl Deutsch Award.  This award is presented annually to a scholar in IR who is under age 40 or within ten years of defending his or her dissertation, and who is judged to have made (through a body of publications) a significant contribution to the study of IR and peace research.      

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