Duke Winter 2019 Faculty Books: Ashley Jardina

Hi my name is Ashley Jardina and I’m an assistant professor of political science at Duke University. I specialized in the study of social identities, racial attitudes and racial prejudice. I’m particularly interested in understanding the nature of racial attitudes especially where they come from how we can measure them and most importantly how they […]

Democracy World: Identity politics

One of the really important underlying conditions for the world of global politics has been a fracture that’s emerged both in the United States and many other countries are wrong if you look at the election mapping United States particularly the reason why republicans won in the electoral college there’s a very sharp divide between […]

The Politics of the McElroy Brothers [CC]

Everything is political. we say that a lot here on the internet, where everything is problematic and the context… kinda matters. and it’s true. A work influenced by marxist theory is equally as political as a work whose intent is explicitly apolitical. This is because we are all in and of a world that is […]

CNN 10 – May 15, 2019

CARL AZUZ, CNN 10 ANCHOR: Welcome to your midweek edition of CNN 10. I`m your host Carl Azuz. We`re traveling all over Asia today and our first story concerns a food shortage in North Korea. The countries population is just over 25 million people and about 40 percent of them, we`re talking about 10 million […]

The Middle East’s cold war, explained

The Middle East is one of the most complex regions in the world: Currently there are 4 failing states and 3 wars, with major powers increasingly taking opposite sides. Countless armed militias and terrorist groups are spreading violence across borders. The region has seen conflict after conflict going back well into the 20th century. But […]

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