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Click to view a brief video on the Social Justice in the Arab World since 2010: Changing Conditions, Mobilizations, and Policies, posted by the American University of Beirut. “In 2013, the ...

Princeton University ISIP intern Huseyin Emre Ceyhun has a new report through his work with the Arab Barometer on “Jordan Five Years After the Uprising.” To read the report, please ...
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Rachael’s dissertation explores the effects of decentralization reforms on political contestation in sub-Saharan Africa. She will use her Bobst grant to fund fieldwork in Tanzania. During fieldwork, she plans to ...
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Harris’s dissertation examines the relationship between religious leaders and the state in authoritarian countries.  He is using his Bobst grant to conduct fieldwork in China to examine the effects of ...

The Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice this month welcomes Emre Ceyhun, from Istanbul, Turkey. Emre is participating in a pilot summer internship program in the social sciences ...
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Dayna Judge’s dissertation examines the paths to power for women. She is using her Bobst grant to conduct fieldwork in the UK and Turks and Caicos to determine how moments of ...
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Professor Jonathan Kastellec with Princeton Professor Charles M. Cameron, will be investigating the operation, dynamics, and trajectory of America’s separation‐of‐powers system by conducting an in‐depth examination of historical changes in the ...
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Professor Cameron with Princeton professor Jonathan Kastellec, will be investigating the operation, dynamics, and trajectory of America’s separation‐of‐powers system by conducting an in‐depth examination of historical changes in the politics of ...
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In light of the dramatic rise in social, political, and economic inequality in the United States, Tali Mendelberg is researching why support for policies that would reduce inequality is so low. ...
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Why do some governments fail to use existing state resources? Conventional wisdom suggests that governments are spendthrift. Yet, in much of the developing world, local governments underspend their budgets. Professor Holland’s book project ...