Politics graduate student Omar Bashir has published an article in the current Foreign Affairs entitled "Who Watches the Drones? The Case for Independent Oversight in Washington." To link to the article, see: http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/138141/omar-s-bashir/who-watches-the-drones
Omar's contact information page: http://tinyurl.com/9x4wnxy
The Department of Politics graduate alumni, faculty, and students are invited to the department’s inaugural graduate alumni symposium on Princeton’s campus April 26-27, 2013. With content crafted by faculty and graduate alumni, participants will explore a variety of topics in the world of politics through lectures and panel discussions. The symposium will provide opportunities for scholarly discussion among alumni, faculty and students, including the exchange of fresh ideas reg
On October 22nd Professor Jan-Werner Mueller will deliver the second lecture in a special series on the topic of Freedom organized by the Norwegian Research Council in the run-up to the bicentennial of the Norwegian constitution in 2014. The Norwegian constitution is the oldest single-document national constitution in Europe and the second oldest in the world. Mueller’s lecture is entitled “Fear and Freedom: The Legacies of Mid-Twentieth -Century Liberalism".
Politics Department graduate student Graeme D. Blair has been granted an NSF dissertation award for his work, "The Politics of Location in Resource Rent Distribution and the Projection of Power in Africa." See: http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=1226228 His nominal PI is Professor Kosuke Imai who has let it be known that Graeme himself is the lead on this work.
Meredith Sadin, Politics Ph.D. student whose work focuses on political behavior, experimental methods, and inequality, has been granted an National Science Foundation award for her dissertation, "Citizens' Social Class Stereotypes as a Basis for Political Reasoning." More on Meredith can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/czlzj9o