In a recent article, co-author Susan Moffitt, Director of the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy, explores varying political energies during policy implementation, specifically of the landmark No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).
In new research, Assistant Professor Rob Blair uses Hobbes’s Leviathan to demonstrate why severely victimized citizens of wartime violence should lean on centralized authorities more instead of local ones, in post-conflict settings.
In the latest report by the Costs of War Project, it is estimated that 1.2 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases have been emitted by the U.S. military since the start of the Global War on Terror in 2001.
Watson Institute Senior Fellow Alex Nading published a special issue of Medical Anthropology Quarterly on the topic of “Human Animal Health," co-editing the issue with Hannah Brown (Durham University).
In a new article published in International Studies Quarterly, co-author Jeffrey Colgan delves into the relationship between the United States and Soviet Union in the 1950s and sharing nuclear technology internationally.
Senior Fellow Richard Arenberg’s recent book, Congressional Procedure: A Practical Guide to the Legislative Process in the U.S. Congress: The House of Representatives and Senate Explained, has won the 2019 Benjamin Franklin Award and the bronze 2019 Independent Publisher Book Award for Best Non-Fiction Book in the Mid-Atlantic region.