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PhD Student Matthew Cohen on Foreign Policy

PhD student Matthew Cohen was recently published by E-International Relations in this article entitled “Crafting an Effective Foreign Policy to Confront Terrorism in the Middle East.”..
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Published On: May 15, 2015 | Tags: ,,,,
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Professor Daniel Aldrich on “Japan in Focus”

Professor Daniel Aldrich was featured in an ABC NewsRadio program presented by Eleni Psaltis entitled “Japan in Focus,” which highlights political and cultural developments in Japan. ..
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Published On: May 11, 2015 | Tags: ,,,
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Prof. Waxman on Netanyahu’s Government for AlJazeera

Professor Dov Waxman was recently interviewed on AlJazeera regarding the formation of a new government in Israel. Professor Waxman comments on the future of Netenyahu’s new government, and the effect that it will have on Israeli-U.S. relations. To see the interview, click here
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Prof. Sullivan to Lead APSA Workshop in Beirut

The American Political Science Association (APSA) recently accepted Prof. Denis Sullivan and his colleagues in BCARS (the Boston Consortium for Arab Region Studies) to lead the 2016 APSA MENA (Middle East/North Africa) workshop at the American University in Beirut…
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Published On: May 5, 2015 | Tags: ,,,,
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Visiting Fellow Ryan Maness Published by Foreign Affairs

Visiting Fellow Ryan Maness recently authored an article entitled “Paper Tiger Putin” for the prominent magazine Foreign Affairs. The article details the impact of Vladimir Putin’s power in relation to Russia’s foreign policy. To read the article, click here
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Published On: May 4, 2015 |
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PhD. Candidate Jarvis Chen selected for CSSH 2014-2015 Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award

For his exceptional work in stimulating the minds of students and encouraging them to share his charisma for Political Science, Jarvis Chen will be recognized on April 2nd, 2015 as the 2014-2015 Outstanding Graduate Teacher…
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Published On: April 6, 2015 | Tags: ,,,
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Prof. Bormann returns from Rwanda with new co-op opportunity

While doing field work in Rwanda on the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis, Professor Bormann worked closely with the Rwandan National Commission for the Fight against Genocide .  This collaboration led to the creation of a co-op position at the National Commission, starting this summer.  Please contact Michelle Zaff (m.zaff@neu.edu) or Professor Bormann (n.bormann@neu.edu) for details.

Published On: March 18, 2015 |
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Undergrad Katherine Powers Travels to Cuba

Undergraduate Katie Powers recently traveled to Cuba to celebrate the recent thawing of US-Cuba relations as a part of her co-op at Code Pink. Katie met with high-ranking government officials, doctors who worked to combat Ebola in Africa, and local community artists. Congrats to Katie on this momentous trip!..
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Published On: March 17, 2015 | Tags: ,,,
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Meghan Murdock to Present at Undergraduate Research Forum

Undergraduate student Meghan Murdock will present a term paper for an Honors Seminar on Justice at the 1st Annual CSSH Undergraduate Research Forum on March 31st. Click here for more information on the forum. Congratulations to Meghan!..
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Professor Max Abrahms on Boko Haram

Professor Abrahms was cited in this BBC interview regarding Boko Haram’s pledge of allegiance to the Islamic State. His commentary was also featured in this Yahoo! News article entitled “Boko Haram pledges allegiance to IS after carnage in Maiduguri.”..
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