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Distinguished Professor Emeritus Gregory Raymond to Publish a New Book

Distinguished Professor Emeritus Gregory Raymond has signed a contract with Congressional Quarterly (CQ) Press, an imprint of SAGE Publishing, to publish a book titled “Great Powers and World Order.” CQ Press is a leading publisher of books, reference content, periodicals, and … (Read More) Distinguished Professor Emeritus Gregory Raymond to Publish a New Book

Greg Raymond Interviewed by Serbian Press

Greg Raymond, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, was recently interviewed by the Serbian newspaper, Danas, on the foreign policy implications for the Balkans of the firing of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. (Read More) Greg Raymond Interviewed by Serbian Press

Michael Allen Awarded $1.2 Million Grant

Michael Allen was recently awarded a $1.2 million grant from the Department of Defense’s Minerva Research Initiative to produce both quantitative and qualitative analysis of how U.S. troops are viewed while serving abroad. Over the next three years, Allen and … (Read More) Michael Allen Awarded $1.2 Million Grant

Nisha Bellinger Authors New Book

Nisha Bellinger, Political Science, recently authored a new book titled “Governing Human Well-Being: Domestic and International Determinants”. The book uses cases from Brazil, Japan, China and Iraq to demonstrate the role of domestic and international political factors in human well-being. … (Read More) Nisha Bellinger Authors New Book

Justin Vaughn Presents in Norway

Justin Vaughn, director of the Center for Idaho History and Politics, editor of The Blue Review and an associate professor of political science, has been a busy man. He recently delivered a pair of presentations in Oslo, Norway that were … (Read More) Justin Vaughn Presents in Norway

Greg Raymond

Greg Raymond, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, was interviewed by the Demostat Research Center in Belgrade on the relations between Serbia and NATO. Visit Demostat’s English page here: demostat.rs/en. (Read More) Greg Raymond

Brian Wampler Leads Two-Day Workshop in Kenya

Political science professor Brian Wampler organized and led a two-day international workshop, held in Nairobi, Kenya. The workshop was held July 13-14 and included participants from 10 countries, including the Philippines, Indonesia, South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Brazil, the … (Read More) Brian Wampler Leads Two-Day Workshop in Kenya

Wampler Attends Making All Voices Count Conference

Dr. Brian Wampler went to Johannesburg, South Africa, over spring break to participate in a learning workshop hosted by Making All Voices Count. The conference brought researchers and NGOs from 10 different countries to discuss pathways for generating social change … (Read More) Wampler Attends Making All Voices Count Conference

Dr. Brian Wampler gave an invited talk at the World Bank

Dr. Brian Wampler gave an invited talk at the World Bank on March 6 titled “Participation, Trust and Tax Compliance in Brazil.” The work is being done in conjunction with Mike Touchton (University of Miami) and Tiago Peixto (World Bank). … (Read More) Dr. Brian Wampler gave an invited talk at the World Bank

School of Public Service’s New Global Studies Program

The Idaho State Board of Education has approved a new Global Studies undergraduate program at Boise State University. The global studies program in the School of Public Service will emphasize world language proficiency, global literacy and study abroad. The program will … (Read More) School of Public Service’s New Global Studies Program