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Democracy Initiative's Statecraft Lab hosts inaguaral event to discuss the state of foreign policy, democracy and more.

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'The World: A Brief Introduction' Richard Haass Webinar

The Miller Center and Todd Sechser of the Democratic Statecraft Lab host a discussion with Richard Haass on his book "The World: A Brief Introduction"

Tuesday, December 1, 2020 

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NATO and the Future of U.S. Alliances

Recorded Webinar
March 4, 11am

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Constitutional Crises at Home and Abroad

Upcoming Webinar!
Gretchen Helmke, Sanford Levinson, Kim L. Scheppele, Mila Versteeg
April 30, 11am

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Modern Authoritarianism and New Challenges to Democracy

Upcoming Webinar!
Anne Meng, Elizabeth Nugent, Bryn Rosenfeld
May 17 2:00PM

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  • Democracy Initiative's Statecraft Lab hosts inaguaral event to discuss the state of foreign policy, democracy and more.

    View Event

  • The Miller Center and Todd Sechser of the Democratic Statecraft Lab host a discussion with Richard Haass on his book "The World: A Brief Introduction"

    Tuesday, December 1, 2020 

    View Event

  • Recorded Webinar
    March 4, 11am

    View Event

     

  • Upcoming Webinar!
    Gretchen Helmke, Sanford Levinson, Kim L. Scheppele, Mila Versteeg
    April 30, 11am

    View Event

  • Upcoming Webinar!
    Anne Meng, Elizabeth Nugent, Bryn Rosenfeld
    May 17 2:00PM

    View event

NATO and the Future of U.S. Alliances

 

This event will examine the future of U.S. alliances and challenges to NATO . Panelists will discuss whether NATO can serve as a model for other U.S. alliance networks in the future. As America’s foreign policy landscape continues to evolve in response to China, Russia, and other challenges, this discussion will be placed within the broader context of the new Biden Administration’s likely vision of America’s role in the world.

Partisan Preferences Versus the Constitution: Findings from a Survey Experiment in Turkey

Enforcing constitutional law is difficult. The constitution, after all, is a mere piece of paper and the government it seeks to constrain is infinitely more powerful than the citizens it seeks to protect. Against this backdrop, many have nonetheless observed that the task of enforcing a constitution against a government predisposed to ignore it is not entirely hopeless when ordinary citizens oppose constitutional violations and are willing to make their voice heard.

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Can a New Iran Nuclear Deal be Made?

Newsradio WINA

Lab Director Todd Sechser shares his expertise with Les Sinclair at Newsradio WINA.

Nuclear Threats and International Security

UVA Club of Richmond

View lab director Todd Sechser's recorded talk on Addressing Nuclear Weapons and International Threats for the UVA Club of Richmond.

Climate, violence, and Honduran migration to the United States

Brookings

Research by lab faculty David Leblang and his partner at Duke University, Sarah Bermeo. Image: Santo Domingo Ingenio, Oaxaca/Mexico - Nov.

Reassessing the public goods theory of alliances

Sage Journals

Statecraft Research Associate Josh Alley explores the free-riding hypothesis, determining that free-riding based on economic weight is unusual in alliance politics, which may be due to limits on al

Justin Schon publishes Surviving the War in Syria

Cambridge University Press

Statecraft Lab Post-Doctoral Research Associate Justin Schon publishes Surviving the War in Syria: Survival Strategies in a Time of Conflict