Rich Arenberg, Adjunct Lecturer in Political Science and Public Policy, writes in The Hill comparing the Iran-Contra investigation with the current call for an investigation into Flynn's relationship with Russia.
"I served on the staff of the 1987 Senate Committee Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair. In recent days, the sense of deja vu has become almost overwhelming.
James Morone, Director of the A. Alfred Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy, John Hazen White Professor of Public Policy, Professor of Political Science and Urban Studies,weighs in on Medicaid during the Trump presidency.
Rich Arenberg, Adjunct Lecturer in Political Science and Public Policy, was interviewed on Dan York's State of Mind show to discuss a 'hail mary' on avoiding the 'nuclear option' in appointing Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch.
Hannah Baron, Political Science graduate student, was awarded a Tinker Field Research Grant. She will be visiting Cuba and the Dominican Republic for a comparative study of political differences between carribbean nations.
Eric Patashnik, Julis-Rabinowtiz Professor of Public Policy, Professor of Political Science, writes in the Washington Post.
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan's (R-Wis.) decision to pull legislation to reconfigure the nation's health-care system is a major setback to President Trump and the GOP. For seven years, Republicans promised to repeal and replace Obamacare. Their failure to deliver on this promise exposes intraparty divisions that will not be easily healed.
[With AHCA defeat, some Democrats see chance to push for universal coverage]