Beyond 2016: The Rise of Negative Partisanship in American Politics
Beyond 2016: The Rise of Negative Partisanship in American Politics

By Alexa Bankert, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science What does it mean to be a Republican? A large share of GOP supporters used to answer this question with references

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Q & A with Dean Matthew R. Auer
Q & A with Dean Matthew R. Auer

by Caroline Paris Paczkowski Matthew R. Auer became dean of the University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs on July 1, 2017. We sat down with Dean Auer

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President Trump’s Opportunity to Reshape the Federal Judiciary
President Trump’s Opportunity to Reshape the Federal Judiciary

by John Anthony Maltese Donald Trump’s most significant domestic achievement as president may well be his appointment of federal judges. This not only includes his appointment of Neil Gorsuch to

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The 2017 European Elections: Neither the Victory nor the Defeat of Populism
The 2017 European Elections: Neither the Victory nor the Defeat of Populism

By Cas Mudde, Associate Professor, Department of International Affairs After the political earthquakes of Brexit and Trump in 2016, both defying the wisdom of most polls and pundits, the European

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Setting the Record Straight
Setting the Record Straight

By Rory Hibbler What began as an idea for a book has since turned into a rabbit hole: production of a plethora of data, a revolutionary research class, and a

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CITS represented at OAS Conference in Mexico City
CITS represented at OAS Conference in Mexico City

On March 22, Dr. Seema Gahlaut spoke at a conference in Mexico City entitled  “National Workshop on Export Control & Licensing for the Detection & Prevention of Illegal Traffic of

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SPIA Research Team Pens New Study: Legalized Medical Cannabis Lowers Opioid Use
SPIA Research Team Pens New Study: Legalized Medical Cannabis Lowers Opioid Use

Legalized medical cannabis lowers opioid use Athens, Ga. – States that have approved medical cannabis laws saw a dramatic reduction in opioid use, according to a new study by researchers

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SPIA Students Make History
SPIA Students Make History

Original story in the AJC.  By Eric Stirgus Three University of Georgia students from metro Atlanta will make history next week when they become the first group of African-Americans inaugurated

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Call for Participants for University Research Program

  Call for Participants for University Research Program in Public Administration and Policy   The University of Georgia (UGA) (in the United States) and the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs

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CITS trains Nigerian nuclear officials in Morocco
CITS trains Nigerian nuclear officials in Morocco

The Center for International Trade and Security was in Rabat, Morocco from March 12 – March 16 to train government officials from Nigeria on nuclear security culture and nuclear security

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