Maxwell School News and Commentary
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Ma quoted in South China Morning Post on Trump's efforts to use China as a campaign issue
"Most Americans do not necessarily view their problems with China as having much to do with their problems domestically," says Yingyi Ma, associate professor of sociology, for the South China Morning Post.
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Taylor weighs in on US-Russia relations under Biden in RFE/RL article
See related: Russia, U.S. Elections, U.S. Foreign Policy, United States
Barkun quoted in Washington Post article on the dark mood of the election
Reeher discusses Biden's debate strategy in The Hill
Stonecash provides insight on understanding the election in New York Times
Distinguished Professor Emeritus Jeffrey Stonecash says, we should be asking "about what values and ideas are driving polarization and which groups embrace some ideas rather than others," about understanding the election, for the New York Times.
Reeher speaks to Washington Examiner about the role of suburban voters
In an increasingly polarized political climate, Professor of Political Science Grant Reeher says the "friends and neighbors" effect of politics hasn't been so effective in recent cycles, and that it's unclear how strongly that message can sway voters in 2020.
Reeher discusses Biden-Trump competing town halls in USA Today
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Reeher speaks to VOA Korea about why the vice president is important this election
Barkun quoted in Foreign Policy article on QAnon
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