Thinking About Ukraine
Penn faculty examine the conflict from multiple perspectives—sometimes clashing, sometimes meshing, and often thought-provoking. Plus: Mike Logsdon C’03’s photographs from Ukraine.
How John Lapinski and a squad of Penn faculty and students backing him up on the NBC News Decision Desk navigated an election season that was unprecedented—and could set a pattern for the future.
Political Science and Economics Shift North
Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics opens.
E Pluribus, Polarization?
Political polarization less pronounced than partisans predict.
Toward a More Perfect Union
Whoever wins the White House will confront challenges and opportunities that were lost in the fog of electioneering. Penn scholars address five areas that the campaigns muddled, ignored, or failed to think big about.
Anatomy of an Uprising
As rebellion rocked Egypt in early 2011, several Penn scholars had unusually intimate perspectives on the action.
Overreaction could do more damage than anything revealed in the leaked diplomatic cables.
Lowering the Temperature
The threat of terrorism is real, but America’s response to it is dangerously counterproductive, writes Penn political-science professor Ian Lustick in this excerpt from his new book, Trapped in the War on Terror.
Politically Incorrect—Lying Ads, Trusting Voters
The truth is, lying political-ads work.
Delli Carpini Chosen to Lead Annenberg School
Annenberg Dean vows to maintain “quality and reputation.”