Monthly Archives: December 2017

Democracy & Governance Holiday Book List

By Jennifer R. Dresden It’s that time of year again and we here at the Democracy & Governance Program know how busy things can get in December.  For those of you last-minute shoppers still unsure of what to get loved … Continue reading

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Experience Abroad: The Impact of Brexit on Northern Ireland

By Allison Schlossberg The outcome of the referendum in the United Kingdom in June 2016 sent shockwaves through the entire global community. Even though multiple world leaders like Barack Obama and Angela Merkel encouraged British voters to remain within the … Continue reading

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Oh Snap! Why did Japan and Britain’s 2017 Elections End Up so Differently?

By Grayson Lewis The optics were sub-optimal for British Prime Minister Theresa May as she took to the podium in front of Number 10 Downing Street on a characteristically chilly and rainy London April morning. The wind tossed up her … Continue reading

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