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January 28, 2021

*This article was originally posted on the College of Arts & Sciences news Jan. 25, 2021

To maintain American democracy’s integrity, it’s vital to…

January 21, 2021

The Vietnam War may have ended over four decades ago, but one unlikely population is still dealing with the effects of the war today… Cambodian farmers.

Mershon Center Faculty Fellow Erin…

December 1, 2020

The United States faces a more serious and diverse threat landscape than any point since 9/11. What’s worse, our enemies are evolving at a fiber optic pace, while the U.S. government is reacting…

November 25, 2020

Now that the people have voted, the country has entered the transition phase – the two months after election day and before the new Congress is sworn in (Jan. 3) and presidential inauguration day…

November 4, 2020

Mershon Center Senior Faculty Fellow and Ralph D. Mershon Professor of International Security Alexander Wendt and two co-principal investigators received a $400,000, two-year grant from Carnegie…

October 26, 2020

Mershon Center Senior Faculty Fellow Dakota Rudesill is co-organizer and co-editor of a series of timely essays now being published at Just Security addressing norms…

October 16, 2020

The Program for the Study of Realist Foreign Policy, directed by Mershon Center Senior Faculty Fellow Randall Schweller, held its annual conference October 9-10. This year’s theme focused on the…

September 11, 2020

The Mershon Center now has access to an exclusive public insights tool from Facebook that allows researchers to analyze trends across thousands of social media accounts over time and understand …

September 1, 2020

Dear Mershon Community, 

As we usher in this new academic year, we get the unique experience of greeting one another and our students from our homes instead of in lecture halls and campus…