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Politics - 10:06
Offers alternative interpretation of iconic Rainbow Portrait & challenges myths of Elizabethan England
New book offers alternative interpretation of iconic Rainbow Portrait & challenges myths of Elizabethan England A new book by a Professor at the University of Sussex offers a new interpretation o

Politics - Social Sciences - 16.10.2019
Bridging political divides
Bridging political divides
"America in One Room" was a historic gathering organized under the supervision of Stanford's Center for Deliberative Democracy that brought 500 American voters together for a nonpartisan discussion about the major issues of the 2020 presidential election.

Politics - 15.10.2019
Border walls don’t make us safer or stronger, says political scientist
A family looks towards metal bars marking the U.S. border where it meets the Pacific Ocean on March 2, 2016, in Tijuana, Mexico.

Administration - Politics - 15.10.2019
Mideast energy subsidy reforms succeed against the odds
Mideast energy subsidy reforms succeed against the odds
As government reforms of energy subsidies trigger chaos in OPEC-member Ecuador, similar reforms are quietly succeeding in other oil-exporting countries.

Politics - 11.10.2019
Why 1619 should matter as much to America as 1776
Finding evidence of slavery's impact on modern America isn't difficult. What's challenging, said journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, is centering that evidence within the national memory.

Politics - 08.10.2019
New paper explores race, representation in campaign finance
In politics as in life, money talks. And in American politics, the question of "Who donates?” is closely linked to the crucial question of "Who governs?” By far, most campaign donations historically have come from white voters.

Politics - Event - 08.10.2019
Pearson Global Forum in Berlin to focus on deconstructing conflict
Renowned experts from politics, academia and civil society will gather Oct.

Career - Politics - 04.10.2019
Stanford Drell Lecturer advises rethinking U.S. national security in an age of global disruptions
Stanford Drell Lecturer advises rethinking U.S. national security in an age of global disruptions
At Stanford, former Pentagon leader Michèle Flournoy advises rethinking U.S. national security and defense in an era where great-power rivalries and geopolitical and technological change have shifted the strategic landscape.

Politics - Social Sciences - 26.09.2019
Examines why liberty blossoms in some states but wilts in others
In The Narrow Corridor, Prof. James Robinson examines struggle between state and society Nearly three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, University of Chicago scholar James A. R

Politics - Linguistics / Literature - 02.09.2019
A new home for the archive of ’Radical Jack’
A political firebrand, a radical reformist and a leading society figure - the life and times of John George Lambton, first Earl of Durham, were truly captivating.

Politics - 30.08.2019
The implications of Boris Johnson’s parliamentary suspension for Brexit
Tightened parliamentary timeframes have made the prospect of Britain exiting the European Union on 31 October without a deal in place far more likely, writes Professor Anne Twomey for The Conversation.

Innovation / Technology - Politics - 18.07.2019
Understanding and shaping the digital transformation
Understanding and shaping the digital transformation
Together with Bavarian Minister of State for Science and the Arts Bernd Sibler, the president of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities Prof. Thomas O. Höllmann inaugurated the BIT today.

Politics - Social Sciences - 15.07.2019
The path to peace through gender equality
The horrifying outcomes of war in Africa motivated former Kenyan occupational therapist, Mohamed Sheikh Yussuf, to change career paths and study at The University of Queensland.

Event - Politics - 09.07.2019
The legacy of the Bretton Woods Conference
The exchange rate system agreed 75 years ago at a conference in Bretton Woods in the US state of New Hampshire collapsed around 30 years later.

Politics - 28.06.2019
Why is America’s government broken, a new paper asks
President Donald Trump listens to Fox News' Sean Hannity speak during a rally in 2018. Both Trump and Hannity have played a role in the rightward shift of the Republican Party, according to a new article. (AP photo by Carolyn Kaster) America's political system isn't working and there's one clear culprit, according to a new article from a Berkeley political scientist: the contemporary Republican Party.

Politics - 28.06.2019
Berkeley moves to the forefront in California political polling
In just the last three years, the Berkeley IGS Poll has risen to the forefront of a new era in polling, tapping into information that Californians may choose to provide - their age, race, ethnicity, gender and political affiliation - when they register to vote.

Politics - 26.06.2019

Business / Economics - Politics - 06.06.2019

Politics - 03.06.2019
How the urban-rural divide shapes elections
The geographic divide, which pits Democratic voters living mostly in cities against Republicans in exurban and rural areas, has an impact on representation and policymaking, Stanford scholar Jonathan Rodden says.

Politics - Astronomy / Space Science - 28.05.2019
ESA and EU member states highlight the importance of the space sector
The State Secretary for Education, Research and Innovation, Martina Hirayama, participated to the 'Space Council' of ESA and EU member states in Brussels today.

Politics - Social Sciences - 20.05.2019
Female ex-combatants need help to improve post-conflict lives - study
Female ex-combatants need more help to integrate into society when conflicts end or they will continue to face major barriers in living ‘normal' lives, according to research carried out in Guatemala.

Social Sciences - Politics - 20.05.2019

Politics - 08.05.2019

Politics - 08.05.2019

Religions - Politics - 02.05.2019
NBA legend visits campus
In a discussion Wednesday at Memorial Auditorium, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar discussed the intersections of race, religion and politics.

Politics - 26.04.2019
Politics, Power, Food
The German Federal Ministry for Education and Research approves funding for research project at the Institute for Latin American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin No 109/2019 from Apr 26, 2019 The Ge

Politics - 15.04.2019
Politicians’ fishy behaviour
More than a decade's worth of research has revealed how politicians manipulate highly emotional incidents like shark bites to influence public sentiment and protect their own interests.
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