Category: U.S. Foreign Policy
2013 review of research papers relevant to any potential intervention in the Syrian conflict, with particular emphasis on the notion of "responsibility to protect."
2011 study by UCLA published in the American Journal of Political Science on how the American public judges presidential decision-making on foreign crises.
2013 Pew Research Center report on global attitudes toward China and America, and various trends among different regions.
2013 study from Cornell examining how increased trade with China results in partner countries altering their foreign policy positions in favor of China.
2013 review of Chechnya-related scholarship and the conflict and political grievances there that continue to reverberate.
2013 study from George Washington University noting that stereotypes against Muslims and Muslim-Americans persist and examining the nature of these general attitudes.
2013 review of relevant studies and books that shed light on the New Left in Latin America; a variety of scholarly perspectives on outcomes and progress.
2013 paper in the World Bank Research Observer that estimates, under an optimistic scenario, a billion people could be lifted out of extreme poverty by 2027.
2011 study from CUNY and Germany's Institute for the Study of Labor on the limited effects of drone aerial strikes on Taliban fighters in Afghanistan-Pakistan.
2013 review of scholarly literature and think tank reports on conflict in Mali in the context of deeper history, and related issues.