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Developing-Country Representation and Public Attitudes toward International Organizations

Daniel McDowell, David Steinberg, S Erdem Aytaç, Dimitar Gueorguiev
“Developing-Country Representation and Public Attitudes toward International Organizations: The Case of IMF Governance Reform,” co-authored by political scientists Daniel McDowell and Dimitar Gueorguiev, was published in International Studies Quarterly.
July 15, 2024

Jackson Provides Key Takeaways From Biden’s Press Conference on Bloomberg TV

“The gaffes really highlighted the concerns that he's not quite in full control of his faculties....I think some of this is being chalked up to nerves but either way, he is not doing the work that's necessary to reassure voters that he's ready for the job for the next four years,” says Jenn Jackson, assistant professor of political science.
July 15, 2024

Taylor Speaks with Spectrum News About the NATO Summit, President Biden

“...NATO member states are aware of it that a Trump presidency might mean quite a shaky time period for the alliance going forward,” says Professor of Political Science Brian Taylor. “President Biden has decades of experience with respect to dealing with NATO member countries and understanding the alliance. And President Trump has a much more negative and hostile attitude towards the alliance.

July 12, 2024

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