Questions in Politics Vol. III (2015)

Questions in Politics Vol. III (PDF)

Individual Sections

Preface

Table of Contents (PDF)

Abstracts (PDF)

Editorial Staff (PDF)

“Where Have You Gone, Federalism, the States Turn Their Lonely Eyes to You: An Empirical Investigation into the Rehnquist Court’s Federalism Decisions,” Joshua R. Meddaugh (PDF)

“Two Matters of Choice in the Twenty-first Century: George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and the Legacy of Richard Neustadt,” Carl D. Cavalli (PDF)

“Freelance Terrorism: Comparing ‘Lone Wolves” to “Wolf Packs”,” John A. Tures (PDF)

“WTF (What the Flip)? Preliminary Results of a Flipped-Hybrid Classroom Model on Student Success,” Craig Douglas Albert, Stacie K. Pettit, and Christopher Terry (PDF)

 

Questions in Politics Vol. II (2014)

Questions in Politics Vol. II (PDF)

    • “The Paradox of State Failure in Mexico,” Dwight Wilson
    • “Counterterrorist Finance Measures and the Extent of Culpability within the GCC,” Lauren Nicole Coughlin
    • “Are You Experienced? African American Candidates in Statewide Elections, 1964–2014 “, John A. Tures
    • “What’s Time Got to Do with It? Ballot Measures,  Strategic Timing, and Midterm Elections,” Joshua R. Meddaugh
    • “The Enemy Within: The Challenge of Domestic Terrorism,” Saundra J. Ribando and Amanda J. Reinke
    • “Pulling Back from the Brink in 2014: A Case Study of the Civil War in Syria,” Sarah Kuck and Jim Peterson
    • “In the Crosshairs: The American Radical Right and Government Employees,” Saundra J. Ribando, Amanda J. Reinke, and Scott Gorectke
    • “Crouching Dragon: The Role of Beijing in the South China Sea Embroglio,” Nalanda Roy
    • “Modeling Student Success: How Model UN Programs Can Enhance Performance and Persistence,” Martha Humphries Ginn, Craig Douglas Albert, Lance Hunter, Kirsten Fitzgerald, and Andrew Phillips

Questions in Politics Vol. I (2013)

Questions in Politics Vol. I (PDF)

  • “Post-Local Autonomy Settlement and Local Minorities: A Comparative Analysis of Minority Accommodation in Aceh, Kosovo, and Sudan,” Arild Schou
  • “From Armed Struggle to Peaceful Change: ETA’s Role in a Basque Peace Process,” Cleo Dan
  • “The Critical Elections of 1968 and 1992,” John A. Tures
  • “The Natural State’s Unnatural Politics: Democratic Dominance in an Otherwise Red State,” Nicholas A.
  • “Presidential Power and ‘Midcentury Conditions’: An Analytical Essay Remembering Richard Neustadt and Reevaluating His Ideas,” Carl D. Cavelli
  • “Digital Tocqueville: Democracy in the Information Age,” Jennifer Joines
  • “China’s Rise in a Changing Regional Hierarchy: A Comparison of 21st-Century China to 20th-Century Germany,” Thomas Nisley
  • “Lost at Sea: How Past Disagreements in the U.S. Senate Continue to Block Ratification of the Law of the Sea Treaty,” Julia Schast
  • “The Politics-Administration Dichotomy: Perceptions from Administrators in Masculine and Feminine State Agencies,” Beth M. Rauhaus
  • “Examining the Factors That Lead to Student Departure at AikenTechnical College,” Jameka N. Jackson