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 Virtual Panel on U.S. Presidential Elections
Pardee Professors and fellow Boston University experts discussed the Latin American perspectives on the U.S. elections.
Lukes Discusses Biden’s “Defeat in Victory” in Interview
Professor Lukes discussed the United States presidential election and the challenges that both President Trump and President-elect Biden will soon face.
BtH Explores Global Perception of U.S. Presidential Election
Professors Garčević, Goldstein, Heine, Mali, Miller, & Najam discussed how the U.S. elections – the process & the results – were received around the world.
Najam Describes American Political Divide In Dawn Op-Ed
“It had become commonplace to describe America as divided…Maybe angst is a better word to describe the state of this Union”
Najam Discusses U.S. Presidential Election with International Media
Dean Najam explained and discussed election results and how U.S. elections work with outlets from Pakistan, India, and the Philippines.
Garčević Discusses U.S. Election & Foreign Policy with PRVA TV
Ambassador Garčević discussed U.S. presidential campaigns, predicted election results, and the future of the country’s foreign policy under a new administration.
Lukes Publishes 2 Articles on U.S. Presidential Election
Prof. Lukes discusses the U.S. presidential election, how it has effected the country, and who the immediate winners and losers are.
Stern Quoted in Article Discussing Threats of Post-Election Violence
While activity increases nationwide, Prof. Stern said she does not believe militia groups in New England pose much of a threat.
Garčević Discusses How U.S. Election Could Effect EU Relations
Ambassador Garčević commented on the possible shifts in U.S. foreign policy after the election, specifically U.S./EU relations.
Students and Faculty Comment on U.S. Presidential Election
Joaquín Martínez Albán, Alexander Beatty, Prof. Rachel Brulé, Alhassan Hashad, Prof. Manjari Chatterjee Miller, and Dean Adil Najam offered their feelings on the 2020 presidential election.
Najam Takes Part in Geo News U.S. Election Coverage
“It is hard to think of a recent U.S. Presidential election where the candidates have been as diametrically different – not just in personality but on policy – as Donald Trump and Joe Biden.”
Najam Discusses U.S. Presidential Debate on BBC Hindi
Dean Najam discussed both candidates’ performance, the impact on the election, and the general state of the election overall.
Najam Discusses U.S. Elections on Hum News Interview
Dean Najam discussed the first presidential debate, the U.S. voter divide, and the inaccuracy of polling numbers.
Lukes Publishes Article on First U.S. Presidential Debate
“It was a primitive free-for-all, full of anger and aggression, a cacophony of half-truths and lies.”
Lukes Publishes Article on U.S. Elections
Prof. Igor Lukes discussed the large number of women, Native American, Latino, Muslim, and LGBTQ candidates elected to office.
Najam Interviewed on U.S. Midterm Elections
Dean Adil Najam was interviewed for a recent television segment on the upcoming United States midterm elections.
Najam on Geo TV on 2016 U.S. Elections
Dean Adil Najam talks about the role of Muslim Americans in the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.
Selin on PRI The World: U.S. Elections Impact on Climate Change
Professor Selin said the election could determine whether substantive U.S. participation in climate talks continues.