LT Oriana Mastro (USAF) has been chosen by the online journal The Diplomatic Courier as one of the Top 99 Most Influential International Professionals Under 33 in their Fall 2011 issue. For more on the story follow the link here
The Princeton University Department of Politics welcomes Professor Leonard Wantchekon, formerly of NYU and Yale. Professor Wantchekon uses his background in Economics to analytically address social science questions related to his numerous academic interests. He is broadly focused on Political and Economic development, particularly in Africa and his specific interests include topics such democratization, clientelism and redistributive politics, resource curse, and long-term social impact o
Princeton University's American Whig Cliosophic Society is hosting a debate on September 22nd between Albert G. Milbank Professor of Politics and International Affairs G. John Ikenberry and Professor of Politics and Public Affairs Aaron L. Friedberg. The topic is, "How the United States should deal with a rising China."
Friedberg is the author of "A Contest for Supremacy: China, America, and the Struggle for Mastery in Asia" (W.W. Norton & Company, 2011).
Andrew Moravcsik and Princeton Ph.d. Mareike Kleine, who is currently an assistant professor in European Union politics at the London School of Economics, have co-written an article for the New York Times op-ed section Room for Debate: A Running Commentary on the News. The piece, entitled "The E.U. Will Last" can be found through this link.
Professor Melissa Lane has been elected to the Executive Council of the Foundations of Political Theory APSA section for a three year term.
The Foundations of Political Theory Section exists to advance the linkage of political theory and philosophy with political science as a discipline. Foundations recognizes and encourages research and teaching that crosses intellectual and disciplinary boundaries. It stands at and seeks to support the intersection where philosophical, psychological, nor
New York Times Op-Ed contributor Professor Aaron Friedberg has a new article in the September 5 edition of the NYT/International Herald Tribune entitled "China's Challenge at Sea."
Paul Frymer, Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and former Acting Director of the Program in Law and Public Affairs will deliver the University's official Constitution Day Lecture entitled, "Labor and the Constitution" on Thursday, September 22nd in Friend Center 101. The lecture will begin at 4:30PM.
He will be joined by respondents Henry S. Farber, Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics, Princeton University; James Gray Pope, Pr