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Guy Grossman's paper with Kristin Michelitch (Vanderbilt University), "Information Dissemination, Competitive Pressure, and Politician Performance between Elections:  A Field Experiment in Uganda,” has been selected by the APSA Organized Section in Experimental Research as the best paper presented at the 2017 APSA meetings. 

Ian S. Lustick has published an article in The Nation. "Israel’s Massacre of Palestinian Civilians Should Spark Horror—and Action" can be read in full at https://www.thenation.com/article/israels-massacre-of-palestinian-civilians-should-spark-horror-and-action/.

In TNSR, Michael Horowitz evaluates how developments in artificial intelligence — advanced, narrow applications in particular — are poised to influence military power and international politics. The full article can be found at https://tnsr.org/2018/05/artificial-intelligence-international-competition-and-the-balance-of-power/.

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