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  • Department of Government
    Prof Angela Stent calls for a reassessment of the principles driving U S Russian relations Learn More BERNSTEIN LECTURE U S Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor stresses relationships public service in Georgetown talk Learn More Ethics Power and Politics Actor Kevin Spacey and Georgetown s Ron Klain at the Sullivan Lecture on Ethics and Government Learn More The Department of Government is a community of theoretically sophisticated and policy engaged scholars and students Our mission is three fold teaching research and service In teaching the Department seeks to provide its students with the tools to develop skills that will be important within and beyond the discipline of political science These skills include critical thinking writing and communicating abilities that will enable our students to be productive citizens and leaders in their fields The Department s research mission is to produce scholarship that meets the highest disciplinary standards for excellence and contributing to contemporary political debates We emphasize hiring and retaining faculty members who will expend considerable energy creating an intellectually open and challenging environment Building on the Jesuit ideal of service and leveraging our position as the best university in Washington D C our faculty members and students participate in political debates advise practitioners and disseminate knowledge to scholars practitioners and the public at large News Avraham Sela to give Goldman Lecture Is the Palestinian Issue the Core of the Arab Israeli Conflict Professor Avraham Sela will deliver the annual Goldman Lecture on Is the Palestinian Issue the Core of the Arab Israeli Conflict on Wednesday April 22 6 00 pm 7 30 pm in the Copley Formal Lounge Copley Hall Reception to follow lecture Learn More Eric Beerbohm to give Sullivan Lecture on How Not to Win an Election Professor Eric Beerbohm will deliver the annual Sullivan Lecture on How Not to Win an Election on Thursday March 26 6 00 pm 7 30 pm in the Bioethics Research Library Healy 102 Reception to follow lecture Learn More Prof Kroening on getting NATO ready for a new Cold War Learn More Georgetown ranked first in MA programs fourth in Undergraduate for International Relations The results of the 2014 Ivory Tower survey a collaboration between Foreign Policy Magazine and the Teaching Research and International Policy project at the College of William Mary reveal that Georgetown University houses the top Master s Programs for policy careers in International Relations and is the fourth best undergraduate institution to study International Relations Learn More Paul Clement to give Giles Lecture on Advocacy and the Roberts Court Supreme Court litigator Paul Clement will deliver the annual Giles Lecture on Advocacy and the Roberts Court on Wednesday January 28 6 00 pm 7 30 pm in the Bioethics Research Library Healy 102 Reception to follow lecture Learn More Florence Machiavelli Seminar Ancient Strategists and Modern Strategy The program will take place from May 19 June 3 2015 at GU s Villa Le Balze in Florence Italy and will be led by Dr Phillip A Karber Dr

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  • People | Department of Government
    A in Democracy and Governance M A in Development Management and Policy Undergraduate Program Georgetown College About Academics Advising Admissions College News For Parents For Alumni For Faculty Georgetown University About Admissions Financial Aid Academics Our Schools Research Campus Life News Services Email Google Apps Blackboard Directory Campus Map Directions Events Libraries GOCard Services Georgetown Management System You are here Home People Share Department of Government People Faculty Ph D

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  • Research | Department of Government
    Faculty Georgetown University About Admissions Financial Aid Academics Our Schools Research Campus Life News Services Email Google Apps Blackboard Directory Campus Map Directions Events Libraries GOCard Services Georgetown Management System You are here Home Research Share Department of Government Research Our faculty members are distinguished scholars with varied areas of expertise For a listing of our faculty s research interests and regional focus visit the pages below Research Topics Regional

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  • PH.D in Government | Department of Government
    Overlapping Institutions Forum Shopping and Dispute Settlement in International Trade 2007 Marc Busch Krzysztof Pelc graduate student The Politics of Judicial Economy at the World Trade Organization 2010 Abraham Newman Building Transnational Civil Liberties 2008 The Long Arm of the Law 2011 co authored Transgovernmental Networks and Domestic Policy Convergence 2010 co authored Krzysztof Pelc graduate student Constraining Coercion Legitimacy and its Role in US Trade Policy 1975 2000 2010 Yossi Shain Aharon Barth graduate student Diasporas and IR Theory 2003 Jennifer Tobin Funding Self Sustaining Development the Role of Aid FDI and Government in Economic Success 2006 co authored Erik Voeten The Politics of International Judicial Appointments Evidence from the European Court of Human Rights 2007 The Political Origins of the UN Security Council s Ability to Legitimize the Use of Force 2005 James Vreeland Political Institutions and Human Rights Why Dictatorships enter into the United Nations Convention Against Torture 2008 World Politics Thomas Banchoff Path Dependence and Value Driven Issues The Comparative Politics of Stem Cell Research 2005 Marc Busch Three s a Crowd Third Parties and WTO Dispute Settlement 2007 co authored Marc Busch Jennifer Tobin A BIT is Better a Lot Bilateral Investment Treaties and Preferential Trade Agreements 2010 Daniel Byman Al Qa ida as an Adversary Do We Understand the Enemy 2003 Charles King The Micropolitics of Social Violence 2004 Daniel Nexon The Balance of Power in the Balance 2009 International Security Daniel Byman Constructing a Democratic Iraq Challenges and Opportunities 2003 Friends Like These Counterinsurgency and the War on Terrorism 2006 Pygongyang s Survival Strategy Tools of Authoritarian Control in North Korea 2010 Victor Cha Engagement and Preventive Defense on the Korean Peninsula 2002 Powerplay Origins of the American Alliance System in Asia 2010 David Edelstein Occupational Hazards Why Military Occupations Succeed or Fail 2004 Christine Fair Why Support Islamist Militancy Evidence from Pakistan 2010 co authored Colin Kahl In the Crossfire or the Crosshairs Norms Civilian Casualties and US Conduct in Iraq 2007 Charles Kupchan The Illussion of Liberal Internationalism s Revival 2010 co authored Of Polarity and Polarization 2008 co authored Dead Center The Demise of Liberal Internationalism in the United States 2007 co authored Keir Lieber The New History of World War I and What It Means for International Relations Theory 2007 Jonathan Monten graduate student The Roots of the Bush Doctrine Power Nationalism and Democracy Promotion in U S Strategy 2005 Elizabeth Stanley Ending the Korean War The Role of Domestic Coalition Shifts in Overcoming Obstacles to Peace 2009 Journal of Politics Michael Bailey Is Today s Court the Most Conservative in Sixty Years Challenges and Opportunities in Measuring Judicial Preferences 2013 Michael Bailey Mark Rom A Wider Race Interstate Competition Across Health and Welfare Programs 2004 Dan Hopkins The Diversity Discount How Increasing Ethnic and Racial Diversity Dampens Support for Tax Increases 2009 Gerry Mara Democratic Self Criticism and the Other in Classical Political Theory 2003 Joshua Mitchell Religion is Not a Preference 2007 Clyde Wilcox Religious Preferences and

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  • M.A. in American Government | Department of Government
    News Services Email Google Apps Blackboard Directory Campus Map Directions Events Libraries GOCard Services Georgetown Management System You are here Home M A in American Government Share Department of Government M A in American Government Combining theoretical insight with practical application the Georgetown Master of Arts Program in American Government offers its students a rich stimulating environment in which to understand the nature of American politics to see it in action and to participate in the political and or governmental system This accelerated 12 month program draws on its setting in the nation s capital and the strengths of Georgetown University s Department of Government The program benefits from the strength of the faculty of the American Government subfield Through courses on institutions of government Congress the presidency the bureaucracy and the judiciary electoral politics political behavior public opinion media studies political parties public policy psychology and politics and quantitative methods students gain the substantive knowledge and theoretical frameworks needed to understand and to become involved in the operations of American government and politics The program s required practicum experience provides students with a hands on real world professional experience within the nation s capital An accelerated program the MA

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  • M.A. Program in Conflict Resolution | Department of Government
    here Home M A Program in Conflict Resolution Share Department of Government M A Program in Conflict Resolution Two Unlikely Friends The Alliance for Peacebuilding the CR Program and the Israeli Palestinian Parents Circle Families Forum sponsored a conversation at Georgetown in September 2014 focusing on conflict resolution through reconciliation Learn More 2014 Oliver Tambo Lecture Visiting Research Scholar Dr Charles Villa Vicencio delivered the 2014 Oliver Tambo Lecture entitled Political Leadership What Nelson Mandela Couldn t Do Learn More Summer Field Internships The CR Program has sponsored a number of competitive fully funded internship opportunities for students each summer since 2010 As one of six interns in 2014 Victoria Heckenlaible 15 interned with IREX in Monrovia Liberia Learn More 2014 diversity conference CR students presented their work moderated panels and organized the international conference in January 2014 Learn More The CR Program is currently accepting applications for the 2015 16 school year See our Admissions page for more information the application can be found here Please contact us conflictresolution georgetown edu if you are in the DC area and would like to arrange a visit to campus Join our mailing list indicates required Email Address First Name Last Name

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  • M.A. Program in Democracy and Governance | Department of Government
    as public policy development international relations and security studies increasingly recognize that successful programs in their fields require effective and accountable governance The Democracy and Governance Program seeks to understand the foundations of democratic and responsive government how policymakers can create and implement policies to achieve these objectives and prepares students for careers in democracy assistance governance reform politics and international affairs Situated in the heart of Washington D C this program is the most comprehensive and unique of its kind in the United States The program providing graduate training with its Masters in Democracy and Governance M A executive and professional education opportunities and advances research in the areas of democratic change and governance reform through the Center for Democracy and Civil Society CDACS CDACS conducts scholarly research undertakes policy advocacy hosts speakers and conferences and publishes the biannual Democracy and Society Contact Us Democracy and Governance Program Georgetown University 3240 Prospect St NW Washington D C 20007 Tel 202 687 0596 Email democracystudies georgetown edu Connect Connect Connect More videos are available on our YouTube Channel Download Our Brochure Learn More Student Spotlight Catherine LaRoque Learn More Subscribe to our mailing list indicates required Email Address First Name

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  • M.A. in Development, Management and Policy | Department of Government
    a district in the Greater Buenos Aires area that will allow teams of 4 6 students to combine classroom learning with internship practice in the fields of environmental and social politics in this municipality Program Accreditation The DEVM program was commended for its work by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education In his evaluation report Assessment Visitors Report to Georgetown University of its Joint Master of Arts Degree in Development Management and Policy Offered with Universidad Nacional de San Martín Dr José Rivera President of the University of the Sacred Heart affirms The M A degree program is congruent with the mission of both institutions and their academic units it has clearly defined and Published objectives is based on a recognized field of study is of sufficient content and length and is conducted at the appropriate levels of quality and rigor A definitive source of strength of this program is its faculty Their resumes describe terminal degrees from distinguished institutions and an impressive list of research initiatives and publications When students were asked to identify the most valuable assets of the Program the response that was repeated once and again referred to the quality of the faculty and their unique mix GU UNSAM of perspectives I want to make a special statement as to the dedication and quality of the students interviewed They evidence a very high level of commitment to their program and support of its goals and objectives They are also complimentary of the mentoring services provided to them by the UNSAM faculty and the support of the staff Universidad Nacional de San Martín UNSAM The Universidad Nacional de San Martín UNSAM is a public research university which began with a strong commitment to the development of science and technology and now has a mandate to develop programs of excellence in the social sciences Its emphasis in both arenas is intended to contribute to sustainable national development through strengthening the nexus between scientific research and public policy In the natural sciences one of the principal instruments for achieving this has been the creation of the Polo Tecnológico a joint venture involving UNSAM several large state sector enterprises and a number of private business firms In the social sciences this effort has led to the creation of the Institute of Advanced Social Studies IDAES which offers four M A programs Sociology of Culture Sociology of Economic Institutions Public Opinion and Political Science The M A in Development Management and Policy will be coordinated jointly by the Georgetown s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and UNSAM s School of Politics and Government Under the leadership of its Dean Marcelo Cavarozzi who holds a parallel appointment as Faculty Associate in our Department of Government at Georgetown the Department of Politics and Government has hired an impressive group of young scholars whose Ph D s are from such major universities as the University of California Cornell Pittsburgh MIT the Universidad Complutense Madrid FLACSO Mexico and the University of Buenos Aires

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