In The News: Department of Political Science

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 17, 2021

One thing that people across the political spectrum agree on is that powerful forces threaten our political institutions and rights.

Boston Globe
August 25, 2021

New research from the Boston Fed argues that the racial wealth gap may be smaller and more stable than thought.

The Nevada Independent
August 19, 2021

In May, things were looking up. Today, conditions on the ground have forced a reassessment.

The Nevada Independent
August 19, 2021

In May, things were looking up. Today, conditions on the ground have forced a reassessment.

East Asia Forum
August 18, 2021

Presidents of Taiwan are rarely well known in the international community. Lee Tung-hui was an exception.

CNN
August 17, 2021

Political and population trends are colliding as the steadily escalating tension between red states and their blue cities across the Sun Belt is reaching a breaking point over the volatile issue of school masking.

Community 99
August 17, 2021

The new Census Bureau figures released last week help explain the intensity of this struggle.

Massis Post
August 17, 2021

The consequences of the 2020 Artsakh War produced two expansive modes of crises in Armenia, one specific to the country’s security architecture, and the other specific to domestic political stability.

KITV ABC4
August 17, 2021

Political and population trends are colliding as the steadily escalating tension between red states and their blue cities across the Sun Belt is reaching a breaking point over the volatile issue of school masking.

Northern Nevada Business Weekly
August 16, 2021

More than eight months after Gov. Steve Sisolak shocked many in Nevada’s higher education world by floating the idea of breaking the state’s four community colleges off into their own governing board, nearly all parties are still waiting for the other shoe to drop.

The Nevada Independent
August 16, 2021

More than eight months after Gov. Steve Sisolak shocked many in Nevada’s higher education world by floating the idea of breaking the state’s four community colleges off into their own governing board, nearly all parties are still waiting for the other shoe to drop.

Washington Post
August 3, 2021

Our country’s path to political influence involves defecting from your hometown and congregating in one of a handful of wealthy neighborhoods. It’s undermining trust in government — and corroding our democracy.