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By Thanassis Cambanis July 15, 2017

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“The state continues to be the basic building block of politics. Fragile states don’t diminish that fact,” said Alasdair Roberts, incoming director of the school of public policy at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

In response to Conway's tweet, Paul Musgrave, an international relations expert who teaches political science at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, said, “Selective enforcement of laws and displays of 'mercy' are monarchical, not democratic, tendencies.”

American politics is a bicycle with a rusty chain, flat tires and no brakes. It's broken, and it's not taking any of us where we want to go.

Dr. Bernal, as the Director of the newly renamed Academic Fellows Program (AFP), will support first generation and ALANA undergraduate students in SBS

Brian Schaffner, political science, is questioning an analysis by a conservative think tank that says as many as 5.7 million Americans voted illegally in the 2008 election.

Sheldon Goldman, political science, says Democrats in the U.S. Senate would face a dilemma if President Donald J. Trump nominates minority candidates for judicial openings in the federal courts. 

A column in the Daily Hampshire Gazette written by Boone Shear, anthropology, and Brennan Tierney, a UMass Amherst undergraduate.

Paul M. Collins, Director of Legal Studies, says former FBI director James Comey’s testimony before Congress last week has cleared President Donald J. Trump of involvement with Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Professor Leah Wing to speak at the 17th Annual Online Dispute Resolution Forum: “Equal Access to Information & Justice – Online Dispute Resolution” which will take place in Paris on June 12 and 13, 2017.