Hare Discusses Cuban Parliamentary Elections
In an interview with Latin American Advisor, Ambassador Paul Hare, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, commented on the upcoming Cuban elections and their ramifications for the government. Within this set of elections, Cuban votes will decide on members of the National Assembly of the People’s Power and…
Garčević Calls for Immediate Montenegrin Elections and Formation of a New Government
Ambassador Garčević discusses how Montenegro has been going through political instability, the country’s ongoing institutional crisis, and a possible way forward after the Presidential elections in March 2023.
Miller Publishes Blog on Perception of U.S. Midterms in India
“In India, as in the United States, the midterms were seen as a referendum on democracy. But while President Biden said the ensuing results were a win for democratic values, Indian analysts interpreted the results as mixed.”
Garčević Comments on U.S. Midterm Elections
Describing the elections as “critically important” for the future of the U.S., Ambassador Garčević said that no matter the results of the mid-term elections, former President Trump might take it as a pretext to run for President again in 2024.
CLAS Hosts Panel Exploring Latinx Electoral Politics
Ahead of the U.S. midterm elections, experts from across Boston University explored recent voting patterns, shifting demographics, generational divides, and diverging concerns among Latinx voters of different backgrounds.
Garčević Comments on Rise of Populism in Europe
According to Ambassador Garčević, many European voters now look for parties that offer easy answers to complex societal and economic issues or are prone to support the so-called non-institutional solutions.
Schmidt Interviewed on French Presidential Election
Professor Schmidt discusses what a Marine Le Pen presidency would look like and addressed questions on what she would do in France and in Europe as well as the implications for the rest of the globe, Africa in particular.
Schmidt Discusses French Elections at EU IDEA Conference
Professor Schmidt joined Herman van Rompuy, President Emeritus of the European Council (2009-2014), to discuss the clash of ‘big ideas’ – neo-liberalism, populism, and progressivism – the critical elections in France that occurred on April 24, 2022, and their potential impact on Europe.
Schmidt Discusses French Presidential Candidates at Delphi Economic Forum
Professor Schmidt mentioned that Marine Le Pen’s election could pose danger for the European Union (EU) as well as for France.
Brulé Offers Insight Into Women’s Participation in Government
Professor Brulé discusses the impact of gender stereotypes in shaping women’s success at different levels of politics and why women are more likely to be elected at the local as opposed to the national level.
CSE Event Provides Preview of Upcoming German Elections
Pardee School professors and fellow scholars comment on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s legacy, the implications for transatlantic relations following the German elections, as well as how the results might affect the balance of power and policies in the EU.
Chehabi Publishes Article on Iranian Political Society
“The conservatives’ control of all [Iranian] institutions comes at a price: a narrowing of the regime’s social base and thus its legitimacy.”
Pardee Graduate Council Hosts Holiday Feast and Elections
The Pardee Graduate Council hosted a holiday feast for graduate students as well as election speeches for the 2020 Pardee Graduate Council.
Garcevic in Balkan Insight on EU Election Results
Amb. Vesko Garcevic discusses how the outcome of the recent European Parliament elections will impact the Balkans.
Menchik Interviewed on Indonesia’s Elections
Prof. Jeremy Menchik was interviewed for a recent article on this year’s elections in Indonesia.
PGC Hosts Annual Elections, Thanksgiving Dinner
The Pardee Graduate Council (PGC) held its annual board elections and Thanksgiving dinner.
Beyond the Headlines: Implications of the Brazilian Elections
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled “The Brazilian Elections: What are the Implications?”
Pardee Faculty Speak on BU Alumni Panel on Post-Truth
Dean Adil Najam and Prof. Igor Lukes spoke as part of a panel hosted by the BU Alumni Association on politics in post-truth America.
Schmidt on CNBC on German Election
Prof. Vivien Schmidt discusses the recent elections in Germany, possible coalitions, and the impact on the European Union.
Schmidt Speaks on Panel on German Elections
Prof. Vivien Schmidt discussed the upcoming German elections from the perspective of the United States.