As we all know, there is no central international institution which strictly enforces rules on states, like a state does on its citizens. The UN has the power to do so to some degree, however, this does not solve the state of anarchy in the international system. 695 more words
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I just updated the manuscript as a standalone paper. Here’s the abstract:
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Why are some arms treaties broken while others remain consistent over the long term?
Political Science graduate student Lucas Lothamer heads to Washington, D.C., this summer for the Archer Center Graduate Program in Public Policy.
Lothamer will join fellow graduate students Tharani Krishnakumar (School of Social Work and School of Urban and Public Affairs) and Claire Asher-Ewan (Social Work) as UT Arlington representatives. 358 more words
The Republican Party of Pennsylvania is currently seeking to fill several internship positions.
Internships are available for the summer or fall semesters and will provide students with invaluable experience in campaigning. 49 more words
“Distinguished social scientist and public intellectual Chalmers Johnson, President of the Japan Policy Institute, joins host Harry Kreisler for a conversation on the nature of the American Empire and its costs and consequences for the future of American democracy and power in the world. 78 more words