- Daniel Krcmaric. "Who Democratizes? Western-Educated Leaders and Regime Transitions." 2017. Journal of Conflict Resolution 61(3): 671-701 (with Thomas Gift).
- Jacqueline Stevens, co-editor, Citizenship In Question (Duke University Press, 2017), Preface and Introduction.
- Pearlman, Wendy (2016) ‘Moral Identity and Protest Cascades in Syria’, British Journal of Political Science,' pp. 1–25.
- International Peace Institute: Has UN Peacekeeping Become More Deadly? Analyzing Trends in UN Fatalities by Marina E. Henke
- Jacob Katz Cogan, Ian Hurd, and Ian Johnstone eds. The Oxford Handbook of International Organizations (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)
- Jason Seawright,Multi-Method Social Science: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Tools (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016)
- Michael Loriaux,Europe Anti-Power: Ressentiment and Exceptionalism in EU Debate (London: Routledge Interventions, 2016)
- Ana Arjona,Rebelocracy: Social Order in the Colombian Civil War (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
News & Events
This spring break, NU sends 23 political science and economics majors to Japan in the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s “Kakehashi Project"
In this people-to-people exchange program, Professor Monoson accompanies them. See them on Facebook using #NU2017Kakehashi and #kakehashi2016.
"Exploring The Shadow World of ICE Prisons."
Professor Karen Alter cited in the Christian Science Monitor on the European Court of Justice's ruling that employers may ban religious clothing under certain conditions
"EU rules on headscarves at work: pragmatic call, or an open door for the right?"
Assoc. Professor Dan Galvin writes for the LSE US Centre's daily blog on American Politics and Policy
"Wage theft is widespread, but politics and policies can play a powerful role in reducing it."
WBEZ interviews Democracy and Insecurity in Africa panel participants, including Professor Richard Joseph
Ambassador John Campbell & Professor Wale Adebanwi: "The State Of Nigerian Democracy."