Partners

UVA College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. The College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences is the foundation upon which the excellence of the University of Virginia rests. The largest of UVA’s schools, A&S educates 70% of all undergraduate students (conferring upwards of 2,500 degrees each year), trains a quarter of the graduate students, appoints 60% of the tenure-track faculty, and houses the core disciplines that form the heart of the University’s academic reputation.

Miller Center of Public Affairs. The Miller Center is a nonpartisan affiliate of the University of Virginia that specializes in presidential scholarship, public policy, and political history. They strive to apply the lessons of history and civil discourse to the nation’s most pressing contemporary governance challenges. Their partnership with the Democratic Statecraft Lab provides support in the areas of public and academic engagement by connecting researchers, helping to coordinate speaker visits and providing logistical support when applicable.

Brookings Institution. Located in Washington, D.C., the Brookings Institution is one of the nation’s premiere public policy think-tanks. Its Foreign Policy Studies Program is actively engaged in research that closely parallels the agenda of the lab. Foreign Policy Studies Program recently released a report titled Democracy and Disorder: The Struggle for Influence in the New Geopolitics that tackles the challenge of authoritarianism to democracy in the 21st century. The Foreign Policy Studies Program runs the Project on International Order and Strategy, which addresses the behavior of emerging great powers, the dynamics of geopolitical competition in an interdependent world, the nature of multilateral and regional institutions, and the future of America’s global role. The link between the Democratic Statecraft Lab and Brookings gives our scholars immediate access to an audience of renowned policy experts.