The Guardian Douglas Kriner The chaos that marked Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is a hallmark of his presidency… Expert quote: “Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan could very well have been winners for Clinton if their war casualties were lower.” View full article
E&E News Douglas Kriner Last week, the bipartisan Committee for a Responsible Foreign Policy—a bipartisan advocacy group calling for congressional oversight of America’s lengthy list of military interventions abroad—released the results of a survey that show broad public support for Congress to reclaim its constitutional prerogatives in the exercise of foreign policy (see Article 1, […]
National Interest quoting Douglas Kriner, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “President Donald Trump has struggled in his first six months on the job…” Expert quote: “Trump’s ability to connect with voters in communities exhausted by more than fifteen years of war.” View full article.
Washington Post co-written by Doug Kriner, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “Politicians, pundits, and scholars alike routinely call Congress the ‘broken branch.’” View full article.
New York Times Douglas Kriner, College of Arts & Sciences The roster of retired military officers endorsing Hillary Clinton in September glittered with decoration and rank… Expert quote: Nonfatal casualties seem to “not have the political punch that fatal casualties do,” Mr. Kriner said. View full article
PhysOrg Douglas Kriner, College of Arts & Sciences In today’s wars, Americans who die or are wounded in battle are disproportionately coming from poorer parts of the country, according to a new study released this week… Expert quote: “Neither Democrats nor Republicans are willing to confront this deep social divide.” View full article
U.S. News & World Report Douglas Kriner, College of Arts & Sciences Clinton outlasted the Benghazi committee, the latest iteration of a time-honored Washington tradition… View full article referencing expert Douglas Kriner
Politifact Douglas Kriner, College of Arts & Sciences Critics of the House of Representatives’ Benghazi investigation have recently begun to make a strong claim — that it is officially the longest congressional investigation in history… Expert quote: “On most metrics, reasonable people can agree that other investigations have been longer than (Benghazi).” View full article
Tyler Morning Telegraph Douglas Kriner, College of Arts & Sciences The campaign has begun — not the presidential race, though that has started, too. But the campaign to abolish the Electoral College is in full swing, and it’s a terrible, dangerous idea… Expert quote: “The weird incentives created by the Electoral College don’t just skew […]
New York Times (subscription required) Douglas Kriner, College of Arts & Sciences Not long ago I had separate chats with two political insiders who offered to fill me in on Jeb Bush’s strategy, if he prevails in the primaries, for winning the general election… Expert quote: “The weird incentives created by the Electoral College don’t […]