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Friday, Jan 8, 2021

Omar Wasow, Assistant Professor of Politics and a CSDP faculty associate, writes in The Washington Post that the remarkable assault on the U.S.

Friday, Jan 8, 2021

Keith Whittington, William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics at Princeton University and a CSDP faculty associate, makes the case in The Washington Post that when the chief...

Friday, Jan 8, 2021

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

by Christopher L. Eisgruber

Like all of you, I am horrified by the lawless violence in the United States Capitol today.  I am saddened and concerned for our country, and I am embarrassed by how America today appeared to the world.

Tuesday, Dec 15, 2020

The rise of populist movements is changing political systems around the world.

Tuesday, Dec 15, 2020

Lauren Wright is interviewed for an article in USA Today on the fallout, both for his legacy and for his party, of Trump's continued attacks on the November election: Facing Electoral College...

Tuesday, Dec 1, 2020

The Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP) is delighted to introduce the inaugural cohort of Undergraduate Research Fellows.

Monday, Nov 30, 2020

CSDP celebrates President-elect Joe Biden’s announcement that he will nominate Cecilia Rouse, Dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, to Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers. ...

Tuesday, Nov 24, 2020
To view a recording of this 11/20/2020 webinar, visit the YouTube channel for the School of Public and International Affairs at this link.

 

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Wednesday, Nov 18, 2020

Frances Lee, with her co-author James Curry, has an op-ed in The New York Times on policy achievement when bipartisan support for legislative proposals is built in divided government. In A Senate Majority Is Overrated.

Tuesday, Nov 17, 2020

Omar Wasow, Assistant Professor of Politics and CSDP faculty associate, is interviewed in The New York Times, providing context to election results that saw some ethnic and racial constituencies voting contrary to expectations. 

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