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CFP: President Trump’s First 100 Days
Please see below for details of the upcoming conference from the Reading Interdisciplinary Research Netwrok for the Study of Political History and Politics in the Americas:
Annual Colloquium of the American Politics Group of the UK
2nd December 2016, The British Library Conference Centre The American Politics Group is the major UK organisation for researchers and teachers of US politics. Registration is now open for this year’s annual colloquium, and bookings can be made via Eventbrite. … Continue reading
Why Donald Trump’s stance on Iran signals a shift in GOP thinking
By Darius Wainwright Since 1945, American policymakers have regarded the maintaining of diplomatic dialogue with Iran as crucial to their wider interests in the Middle East. In the early and middle stages of the Cold War, the US government regarded … Continue reading
Could Foreign Policy be Trump’s Winning Card? History Seems to Suggest So.
By Dr Mara Oliva Now that the conventions are over, it is time to look at the issues! In the next two thought provoking posts, Dr Mara Oliva looks at the role foreign policy has historically played in presidential elections … Continue reading
The Democratic Convention
by Dafydd Townley At this year’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia Hillary Clinton will be officially declared as the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate. Despite the challenge from Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, it’s been a relatively easy affair. Clinton had the … Continue reading
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