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Reeher discusses Trump's CNY visit, reaction of GOP reps in CNYCentral

"For [Elise] Stefanik, she is betting that the district will distinguish and appreciate the nuance of her approach toward the president— of supporting at a distance, in order to help with the district," says Professor of Political Science Grant Reeher.

August 17, 2018

Reeher discusses local Dem congressional primary with CNY Central

"Perez Williams has higher name recognition than [Dana] Balter due to her previous run for mayor. She also has the support of the national party organization. But this is the kind of race in which the actual result might not match polling," says Grant Reeher, professor of political science.

June 26, 2018

Faricy discusses Pence's visit to Syracuse with CNY Central

Chris Faricy, associate professor of political science, says that typically when a vice president comes to town, it's significant and a way for Republicans to raise money and create a buzz. He adds that these visit are "a signal that the establishment Republicans are behind his [the vice president's] candidacy."

June 19, 2018

Zoli discusses US, North Korea talks with CNY Central

Corri Zoli, research assistant professor of political science, says we should approach the developments on North Korea's non-nuclear status with a "healthy dose of skepticism" based on Kim Jong Un's past broken promises.

March 26, 2018

Banks discusses Nunes memo with Bloomberg, The Hill, CNY Central

William C. Banks, professor emeritus, of public administration and international affairs, spoke with several media outlets about the Nunes memo, how the FISA process works, and what the controversy means for the Trump presidency and the U.S. intelligence community.

February 6, 2018

Reeher speaks with CNY Central about upstate candidates for governor

"New York City and the surrounding region is a much bigger stage, so political figures emerging from there are often already statewide and even national figures because of that," says Grant Reeher, professor of political science.

January 31, 2018

Zoli discusses North Korean missile test on CNY Central

Corri Zoli, researcj assistant professor of political science, says that the missile shows "that Kim Jong Un is going to poke the bear [Donald Trump]." She adds, "in ordinary times, you wouldn't see this kind of desperate measure on the part of North Korea," but that North Korea is trying to "push this particular president as far as they can."

November 29, 2017

Zoli discusses the Barcelona terror attack on CNY Central

Corri Zoli, director of research for the Institute for Security Policy and Law, says that "governments who are proactive," such as in New York City, have physical barriers as a necessary step to slow down vehicular terror attacks.

August 28, 2017

Zoli discusses the North Korea crisis on CNY Central

Corri Zoli was on CNY Central television speaking about the nuclear threat between the United States and North Korea.
August 11, 2017

Alex Lynch '16 BA (PSc/CCE) featured in local media for CCE project

Alex Lynch '16 B.A. (PSc/CCE) proposed bringing more security cameras to the city streets around the University to make the area safer for current students, as his research revealed that 82% of students do not feel safe off campus. Lynch raised $94,000 from landlords and student associations to buy and install security cameras in a heavily populated student neighborhood and proposed eight sites for cameras to be installed, with the majority to be placed on Euclid Avenue.

July 6, 2017

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