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David Yepsen Nov 15
Mark Calendar: Sun, 1-5-20; IAHist Museum, panel on History & Horse Race looks at past caucuses and handicaps 2020. 1-3:30 pm. Dennis Goldford, Steffen Schmidt, Dianne Bystrom,David Redlawsk, Pev Squire, Donna Hoffman,Kelly Winfrey. I’ll host.
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Emir Yazici Nov 16
Someone doesn't want me to work on my presentation
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Julia Jung Nov 9
Drove to Kansas with colleagues to attend . Lots of interesting projects expected to present! Looking forward to expanding my horizons in peace studies.
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Kinder Institute Oct 31
Our own Prof. Jennifer Selin provides some non-partisan perspective on the House impeachment resolution. "3 reasons the House voted even though the Constitution doesn't require it"
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Edward Goldring Oct 29
Pleasure to present my research on elite purges in dictatorships , and proud to represent
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World Trade Center - KC Nov 5
We’re excited to hear from Associate Professor Vanya Krieckhaus on the South Korean Free Trade Strategy!
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Mizzou Poli Sci Nov 8
PhD student presented on the impact of state legislative professionalism on the adoption of oversight mechanisms at in San Diego
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UT Government Oct 11
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Katherine Becerra Valdivia Oct 12
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Mizzou Poli Sci Oct 25
Thank you to (MO-45) for speaking to the Pol_Sc 2100 State Politics discussion sections led by .
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Martin Dionne Oct 17
Very interesting discussion on Québec international relations, specifically in the Midwest and Missouri, with James Endersby´s class . Since the 🇨🇦 election 🗳 is also just around the corner, the students were very active during the conversation and the Q&A!
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MU Study Abroad Oct 24
Spend your summer deepening your understanding of democracy and public affairs in Prague, Czech Republic. 🌎
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Mizzou Poli Sci Oct 10
Congratulations to Bill Horner, named a Curators' Distinguished Teaching Professor!
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Sheena Greitens Oct 10
Excited to be visiting today to talk about some of my research on China. Thank you for having me!
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Kinder Institute Oct 10
Join us tomorrow (10/11) for our annual homecoming colloquium and reception. Starts at 3:30 with Prof. Jay Dow's talk on "Middle Atlantic Congressional Elections and the Development of American Democracy, 1789-1824" (more info here: )
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Sheena Greitens Oct 8
In light of yesterday's news - the addition of several major Chinese tech/surveillance firms to a US export blacklist - here's a map from my ongoing research project on where Chinese firms have exported surveillance & policing systems:
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The Fulcrum Oct 3
. isn't the first person has had a hard time keeping in line, argues University of Missouri-Columbia professor Jennifer Selin.
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Kinder Institute Oct 1
. Prof. Marvin Overby recently sat down w/ Cliff Judy of to talk congressional retirements in an "age of super incumbency." Video here:
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Aram Hur Oct 4
Excited to present on refugee beliefs about successful integration and how they shape receptiveness to int policies on this beautiful fall day!
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Naomi Schalit Sep 26
Foreign relations and national security issues like those underlying the Ukraine conflict are a very old story that dates back to 1796, writes political scientist Jennifer Selin via
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