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Perspectives on Politics

Rethinking the Political Science Fiction Nexus: Global Policy Making and the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

Charli Carpenter A burgeoning literature in IR asserts there is a relationship between pop cultural artifacts and global policy processes, but this relationship is rarely explored using observational data. To fill this gap, I provide […]


Colleen J. Shogan, New Library of Congress NIO Deputy Director, Shares Her Experiences & Advice for Women in Politics

Colleen J. Shogan has been named the deputy director of National and International Outreach, (NIO), at the Library of Congress. Shogan, previously the deputy director of the Library’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) since August 2012, […]

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Narratives of Fear in Syria

Wendy Pearlman Scholarship on Syria has traditionally been limited by researchers’ difficulty in accessing the reflections of ordinary citizens due to their reluctance to speak about politics. The 2011 revolt opened exciting opportunities by producing […]

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Career Paths Profile: Natalie Jackson

Natalie Jackson is Senior Polling Editor at Huffington Post, coordinating the Pollster section of the site. Her primary focus is on polling coverage and methodology, statistical methods, and using polls to forecast elections. Natalie has […]