Monthly Archives: "May 2014"

By: Frederick Richters Follow @Fred_Richters     On Monday morning there was a consensus in the media on both sides of the Channel on how to describe the result of the 2014 European elections. While...

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 By: Philip Rossetti (left) and Jacob Larsen (right) (guest contributors)   Philip Rossetti and Jacob Larsen are graduate students at the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University.   The Council of...

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How Political Scientists Massacre English

May 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

By: Robin Harskin      In a previous life I was a student of French poetry. In order to write a doctorate on my poet, Norge, I had to learn French. (That makes it sound...

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By: Cameron Westwood Follow @CameronWestwood   With May 17th marking International Day Against Homophobia, and in light of Conchita Wurst’s recent Eurovision win (see the song on YouTube), now seems like an appropriate time to...

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By: Ulrike Franke (guest contributor) Ulrike Esther Franke is a PhD candidate in International Relations at the University of Oxford. She holds a BA from Sciences Po Paris and a double MA from Sciences Po...

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