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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

In matters of international relations, size matters, according to Drs. Neal Jesse, political science, and John Dreyer, an associate professor of political science at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and BGSU alumnus. They are the authors of a new book on comparative foreign policy titled “Small States in the International System: At Peace and at War,” published by Lexington Books.

Although the importance of the relative size of the players in international relations might seem obvious, Jesse and Dreyer’s research shows that both historically and today, large states like the U.S. and Russia tend to make foreign policy decisions based on the realist theory, which assumes that the smaller states they are dealing with are just like them — only smaller — and will react as they would. Read More

OHIO PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN TOPIC OF FACULTY PODCAST

OHIO PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN TOPIC OF FACULTY PODCAST

Drs. Melissa Miller and Russell Mills, political science, have launched a weekly podcast focused on the presidential campaign in America’s most important swing state.  

In the first episode, Miller and Mills talk about Ohio’s pivotal role in the 2016 election, how Ohio’s economic performance will influence the vote, Trump’s attempts to find Reagan Democrats in the Buckeye State, Clinton’s advantage in on-the-ground organizing, and the potential for third-party candidates to influence the outcome in Ohio.  

“Battleground Ohio: Assessing the 2016 Presidential Race” is available online. Read More

GLOBAL RESIDENCIES INVIGORATE GULDBECK’S ART

GLOBAL RESIDENCIES INVIGORATE GULDBECK’S ART

“As an artist who works frequently with an object-based studio practice, it may seem counterproductive to travel as much as I do,” said Mille Guldbeck, a faculty member in the School of Art. “However, the opportunities that exist at residency sites are worth any initial discomfort.”

When Guldbeck returned to teaching in the fall of 2015 after a full-year faculty improvement leave, she brought to her students and to her own practice the rich experience she gained in residencies around the world. “I have been able to share my new work as well as insights into what may prove beneficial to student scholars and artists,” she said.

Again this fall she returns to the classroom, after two international residencies in Iceland, where she lectured, exhibited and explored ideas.
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