View a few photos from the 2017 APSA Awards ceremony last night.
After more than a year of consultation and discussion, the Qualitative Transparency Deliberations (QTD) working groups have released their draft reports at www.qualtd.net for public comment. These draft reports examine the meaning, practice, and norms of transparency, […]
How the Chinese Government Fabricates Social Media Posts for Strategic Distraction, Not Engaged Argument By Gary King, Harvard University, Jennifer Pan, Stanford University, & Margaret E. Roberts, University of California, San Diego The Chinese government has long […]
Model United Nations and Deep Learning: Theoretical and Professional Learning By Susan Engel, University of Wollongong This article demonstrates that the purposeful subject design, incorporating a Model United Nations (MUN), facilitated deep learning and professional […]
Review of Model Diplomacy By Nilay Saiya, State University of New York Model Diplomacy is a new interactive foreign policy simulation offered by the Council on Foreign Relations. The simulation uses hypothetical crises based on real-world […]
New APSR article “The Death Camp Eldorado: Political and Economic Effects of Mass Violence” by Volha Charnysh, Princeton University, Evgeny Finkel, George Washington University Armed conflicts often involve massive redistribution of property through confiscation, looting, extortion, […]
The James Madison Award recognizes an American political scientist who has made a distinguished scholarly contribution to political science. The award is made triennially, next in 2017. It includes a $2000 prize, and the recipient delivers […]
Dialectics and the Megamachine: A Critique of Ersatz Education By Peter J. Jacques, University of Central Florida This article proposes that the learning environment matters, and that there are qualitative differences in online versus face-to-face […]