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Professor Linda Cook win Fulbright

May 2015 Linda Cook, Professor of Political Science and Slavic Studies, won a Fulbright to do research in Russia. 

(Distributed May 27, 2015)

Republicans could push multiple goals through budget reconciliation

April 22, 2015 Richard Arenberg, Adjunct Lecturer in Political Science and Public Policy wrote in The Examiner about Republicans using budget reconciliation to further their own agenda. 

Republicans could try to pass multiple significant measures such as comprehensive tax reform and repealing Obamacare using a special budget procedure that allows Congress to pass legislation with only 51 votes in the Senate.

(Distributed May 27, 2015)

How sectarianism shapes Yemen's war

April 13, 2015 Jeff Colgan, Richard Holbrooke Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Studies , wrote an article in The Washington Post about Yemen's War.

(Distributed May 27, 2015)

Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro wins Solomon Award

2015 Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro, Stanley J. Bernstein '65 P'02 Assistant Professor of Political Science,  is awarded a $15,000 Solomon Award for her research project "Controlling Corruption with Credible Information? Evidence from Argentina."

(Distributed May 27, 2015)
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