Category Archives: Political Science
Lawfare Originally Posted: Feb. 8, 2015 The Foreign Policy Essay: Hidden Victories By Joshua Rovner Editor’s Note: U.S. foreign policy is a disaster. This lament is heard about every administration, but rarely is it true. Joshua Rovner, a professor at … Continue reading
The Hill …Even if Obama doesn’t continue to see surging poll numbers, maintaining the status quo could still be a win. Presidents at or above 50 percent are generally viewed as an asset to their party and fellow candidates rather … Continue reading
Austin American Statesman Blog Post By: Jonathan Tilove Good morning Austin: The last time Rick Perry ran for president, he got in the race too late, he was just coming off back surgery, and he was not sufficiently prepared. Oops. … Continue reading
Dallas Morning News SMU’s John Goodwin Tower Center for Political Studies will host Jesus Velasco on Wednesday for a seminar titled “The Other Immigrants: Mexican Brain Drain to the USA.” Velasco is an associate professor and the Joe and Teresa … Continue reading
OneDublin.org By: Kirsten Johansson Ever since high school, I knew I wanted to be a lawyer. For a while I didn’t know what type of law I wanted to practice, although I was drawn to criminal law from the crime … Continue reading
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram By Anna M. Tinsley State lawmakers hope to send a clear message to the federal government this year: Don’t mess with Texas. Already, more than a dozen bills have been filed to push back against what … Continue reading
Dedman College alumna Brittany Merrill Underwood talks about the Akola Project, a nonprofit she founded
Dallas Business Journal Originally Posted: December 18, 2014 Brittany Merrill Underwood was working at a boarding school in Uganda one summer when she met Sarah. Sarah was raising 24 children she had taken in off the street. She was using … Continue reading
Professor Matthew Wilson on Texas Faith: Is it ever justified to use torture as an instrument of American policy in a dangerous world?
Dallas Morning News, Texas Faith Blog Originally Posted: December 18, 2014 By Wayne Slater A new Senate report has rekindled the debate over enhanced interrogation, or torture – an issue of profound political, social and moral implications. We know the … Continue reading
Luisa del Rosal, Dedman College student, education ops may further integrate economies of Mexico, U.S.
By ALFREDO CORCHADO firstname.lastname@example.org Mexico Bureau Published: 13 December 2014 11:49 PM Updated: 14 December 2014 12:03 AM Related Mexican professionals bringing ambition, startups to North Texas Educational opportunity is another factor drawing talented Mexicans to North Texas. David Arreaga, … Continue reading
KDFW Fox4 Originally aired Nov. 4 2014 Texas voters turned the state an even deeper shade of red if that’s possible. SMU political science professor Matthew Wilson talks about what it means. Watch video