International Relations

Ballots and Bullets: Professor at the University of Nottingham and guest authors comment on global political dynamics

 

Chris Blattman: Associate Professor of Political Science & International and Public Affairs at Columbia University; poverty, political engagement, the causes and consequences of violence, and policy in developing countries

 

Stephen P. Cohen: senior fellow in the India Project, part of the Foreign Policy program at Brookings and former Professor of Political Science and History at the University of Illinois; South Asian security and political issues

 

Larry Diamond: Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and Professor by courtesy of Political Science at Stanford; democratization and conflict resolution/peaceful transitions

 

Robert Donaldson: Trustees Professor of Political Science at the University of Tulsa; US–Russia relations

 

Laura Dugan: Professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland; consequences of violence, efficacy of violence prevention/intervention policy, and terrorism

 

Extremis Project: Leading experts and political scientists analyze and track jihad and terrorism across the globe

 

Martha Finnemore: University Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at George Washington University; global governance, international organizations, ethics, and social theory

 

John Gerring: Professor of Political Science at Boston Universtity; methodology and comparative politics

 

Elizabeth Shakman Hurd: Professor of Politics at Northwestern; intersections of religion, law, and global politics

 

Naila Kabeer: Professor of Gender and Development at the London School of Economics; gender and intersection with economic and other inequalities

 

Edmond Keller: Research Professor of Political Science at UCLA; African politics and African studies

 

Gary LaFree: Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Director of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) at the University of Maryland; terrorism

 

Benjamin Lessig: Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago; criminal conflict in Latin America

 

Marc Lynch: Professor of Political Science at George Washington University; Middle Eastern politics

 

Michael A. McFaul: Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Professor of Political Science at Stanford, and Peter and Helen Bing Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution; American foreign policy, great power relations, and the relationship between democracy and development

 

Middle East Research and Information Project: Scholars analyze political, cultural, and ethnic issues in the Middle East

 

Andrew Moravcsik: Professor of Politics and International Affairs and Director of the European Union Program at Princeton University; EU politics

 

Carlota Perez: Professor of Technology and Development at the London School of Economics; the impact of technical change on society, the roles of finance, markets and governments in innovation, diffusion of technological revolutions, sustainability and innovation, conditions for natural resource-based innovation, and technology and inequality

 

Political Violence @ a Glance: Blog run by four political science professors; political violence

 

Polsis Blog: Commentary from scholars and professors across the globe on a wide range of political issues

 

Danny Quah: Professor of Economics and International Development and Director of the Saw Swee Southeast Asia Centre at the London School of Economics; econometrics, economic growth, global economy, income distribution, income inequality, macroeconomics, technology

 

Mitchell Seligson: Centennial Professor of Political Science, Professor of Sociology (by courtesy), and Founder of the Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) at Vanderbilt; comparative politics/Latin America, political behavior, and political economy of development

 

John T. Sidel: Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Southeast Asian local politics, religion and politics, nationalism and transnational forces

 

Beth Simmons: Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs at Harvard; human rights and globalization

 

Jacqueline Stevens: Professor of Political Science at Northwestern; political theories and state behavior

 

Theory Talks: International relations scholars discuss theoretical issues underlying the study of international relations

 

Mark Turin: Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia; language policy, linguistic rights, digital technologies, and cultural heritage in Nepal and the Pacific Northwest

 

Gray Tuttle: Leila Hadley Luce Associate Professor of Modern Tibetan Studies at Columbia; twentieth century Sino-Tibetan relations, Tibet’s relations with the China-based Manchu Qing Empire, and role of Tibetan Buddhism

 

Dali L. Yang: William Claude Reavis Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Chicago; Chinese politics

 

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