Congratulations to Helen Milner and Politics alumnus, Dustin Tingley *10, for winning this year’s American Political Science Association's 2016 Gladys M. Kammerer Award for their book Sailing the Water's Edge: The Domestic Politics of American Foreign Policy. The Kammerer Award is awarded annually for the best book published during the previous calendar year in the field of U.S. national policy.
Academics, policymakers, activists and intellectuals from the Middle East, Europe and the United States will gather March 3-5 at Princeton University to discuss new realities and challenges confronting the Arab world five years after uprisings that began a period of unrest and uncertainty in the region. All the events are free and open to the public.
Princeton Alumni Weekly recently interviewed Helen Milner about her new book Sailing the Water’s Edge: The Domestic Politics of American Foreign Policy, co-authored with Dustin Tingley. <a href="http://paw.princeton.edu/issues/2015/10/21/pages/8145/index.xml">http://paw.princeton.edu/issues/2015/10/21/pages/8145/index.xml</a>
Zaryab Iqbal (Pennsylvania State University) will present her paper entitled Political Assassination in the Contemporary World Order.
The Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance is pleased to announce its fellowship programs for the 2017-2018 academic year. If you would like to apply for one of these fellowships, please follow the instructions below.
For the Princeton Fellows in Globalization and Governance Program application, please click the program ad link here.
The Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance sponsored the conference The Laws of War as an International Regime: History, Theory, and Prospects, which took place October 15-17, 2015. The conference was organized by Giovanni Mantilla (CIDE), Geoffrey Wallace (Rutgers University) and Robert O. Keohane (Princeton University).
Pia Raffler, Princeton University/CSDP-NCGG Fellow, will be the guest speaker at the IR Faculty Colloquium’s session on Monday, April 24th at 12:15pm in Bowl 016, Robertson Hall presenting "Does Political Oversight of the Bureaucracy Increase Accountability? Field Experimental Evidence from an Electoral Autocracy."