At "Works in Progress" speaker series, Dr. Samara Klar Presents Work on the influence of media environments on responses to political diversity
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SGPP's Alex Braithwaite and Faten Ghosn discuss the security implications of the ongoing global refugee crisis
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SGPP associate professors Alex Braithwaite and Faten Ghosn join other members of the Four Corners Conflict Network to discuss the causes and security implications of the acute global refugee crisis....
SGPP's Samara Klar demonstrates how Trump and Sanders allow partisans to stick with their parties while also rejecting them
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SGPP assistant professor Samara Klar describes how growing support for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders reflects many voters' frustration with both political parties. Klar co-wrote the book...
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Political experts propose ways to improve the presidential primary system. SGPP professor Barbara Norrander advocates for a rotating regional primary, which would break the U.S. into geographical...
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SGPP associate professors Alex Braithwaite and Faten Ghosn, as well as SGPP professor Brint Milward discuss local, national, and global causes and consequences of recent terrorist attacks in Paris...
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Political Science student Leah Edwards was among students named as UA Pillars of Excellence. Read the full story here.
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In January 2014, the School of Government and Public Policy (SGPP) funded eight undergraduate students to attend the Inside Washington: Academic Seminar in Washington D.C. in early January. The...
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UA political scientist Samara Klar co-wrote a guest post for the Washington Post about the fact that “independent” has become a socially desirable label – one that conveys a sense of rising above the...
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UA researchers are collaborating on a project that looks at the motives behind cyberattacks. Read the full article here.