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Meet 2017 MFP Fellow, Stefan Samuel Martinez-Ruiz

Stefan Samuel Martinez-Ruiz is a dual degree BA/MA student at Georgia State University.  Having earned a BA in political science, cum laude, this past August 2016, Stefan will complete his MA in political science in […]

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Meet 2017 MFP Fellow, Justin Zimmerman

Justin Zimmerman graduated from the University of Alabama with a BA in political science and philosophy, as well as an MPA with a concentration in public organizational management. He is currently supporting the U.S. Department of […]

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A Problem-Based Approach to Democratic Theory

A Problem-Based Approach to Democratic Theory by Mark E. Warren, University of British Columbia Over the last few decades, democratic theory has grown dramatically in its power and sophistication, pushed by debates among models of democracy. […]

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White Man’s IR: An Intellectual Confession

White Man’s IR: An Intellectual Confession by David A. Lake, University of California—San Diego Drawing largely on my own career in academia, I elaborate on the need for greater gender, racial and other forms of diversity […]

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Why Would a Political Scientist Write a Biography?

Why Would a Political Scientist Write a Biography? by Bartholomew Sparrow, University of Texas at Austin Why would a political scientist write a biography of a U.S. national security advisor? Biography focuses on a single individual […]