Fall 2013

Palestinian statehood and jihadist terror  

My Nelson Mandela

 
Israel's Nuclear Doctrine Reexamination  

Monday night's Hanukkah event celebrates Judaism, religious freedom   

Political science professor has watched Purdue evolve  

Book of Great Teachers gains 68 names   

Beres: Creeping toward Palestian statehood   

Q & A: The Impact and Opportunity of Disaster in the Philippines  

Flood's toll incurred by few, borne by many  

Flood's toll: Who should pay for growing cost of disaster response?  

Professors recall memories of infamous assassination, offer token perspectives   

Clean-up and Housing   
 
Forum raises typhoon funds 

SPRING 2014/ POL 520: Special Topics in Public Healthcare Policy and Politics 

Harry Targ: STEM and the Tyranny of the Meme   

Forging Israeli strategic doctrine to deal with Iran  

Israel’s strategic nuclear doctrine: ambiguity versus openness  

Typhoon Haiyan hits close to home 

Disaster unites Filipino community at Purdue  

Israel's Nuclear Ambiguity   

The Future of Israel's Nuclear Deterrence  

A Palestinian state and Israeli nuclear deterrence  

University Presidents and Politics    

GS 300: LA Influentials
Ed O'Rourke 
BA 1985, Political Science   

Purdue researchers study potential of per-mile tax on vehicles in future   

John Kennedy, Vietnam and the Overthrow of Diem   

Updated Web page, new summer offerings encourage students to 'Think Summer Sooner"  

Year after Sandy, still plenty of work to do  

If You Like Syria, You'll Love Palestine   

Speaking Spanish for Life 

S300: LA Influentials 
Matther Miller, BA 2000 Political Science   

War, Government Shutdown/Default, and Football: the People Speak    

Is Gridlocked America ready for a third political party?

Resilience lessons from...  

New Political Science Journal established at Purdue   

Public opinion expert: Government shutdown...   

New state voter registration forms  

Beres and McInerney:Israel and Iran at the 11th Hour  

Reconsidering Israel's nuclear posture  
 
GS 300: LA Influentials
Harold Bickham
(BA 70, Political Science) 

Talk focuses on voting rights 

After Years of Delay, What Can Israel Do About Iran? 

Prof: Sandy communities rebuilding should strengthen more than just structures    

Purdue University Teaching Academy inducts 13 

Think Tanks see Economic Disaster for Workers as Progress   

Now Iran's nuclear program should glow menacingly 

Did You Know?: Politics, Groups,and Identities Journal 

After Obama's diplomatic initiative: Israel, Iran and nuclear War 

After Japan's 'multifaceted disaster,' professor sees sobering present, dismaying future 

Part1: Terrorism, "Palestine" and Religious Sacrifice 

Typhoon Man-yi complicates nuclear clean-up (+video)

Louis Beres: Oxford Press: Collected Essays 

After Syria - Israel’s longer-term vulnerability to chaos 

Revisiting 'American exceptionalism'

Israel’s survival in the midst of growing chaos

GS 300: LA Influentials 
Jackie Becker
(BA 1990, Political Science)

GS 300: LA Influentials  
Kevin Speer
(BA, 1986, Political Science)

Syria War, US reprisals, Israeli vulnerabilities and the Iran nuke threat 

Hurricane Katrina inspires a professor for a book on post-disaster recovery 

New Faculty at West Lafayette 

A HOOSIER CONGRESSMAN IGNORES THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON

“By Any Means Necessary” – Terrorism and Insurgency Under the Law

Fukushima Fisherman Ruined by Tepco Now Key in Toxic Fight 

Obama's Inconceivable, Undesirable, Nuclear-Free Dream

Disaster Recovery Expert Says Hoosiers Are Not Prepared

Fukushima leak: Who will clean up the mess? (+video)
 
PROFESSOR BERES AT HARVARD: Are Israel's Actions Legal? 

"INNOVATIONS DEFICITS," UNIVERSITY LOBBYISTS, AND COMPETING WITH THE ASIANS
 
Expert on Hurricane Katrina Anniversary 
 
Ensuring Israel's survival: Targeted threats and remedies 

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