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In the Mouth of the Wolf: A Murder, a Cover-Up, and the True Cost of Silencing the Press

Former Visiting Fellow Katherine Corcoran returns to the Kellogg Institute to launch her new book, which she worked on during her fellowship. In the Mouth of the Wolf: A Murder, a...

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Religion and Philosophy

“My Contacts with Saint John Paul II at the Fall of the Soviet Union”: The Keeley Vatican Lecture with Archbishop Claudio Gugerotti

His Excellency, The Most Reverend Claudio Gugerotti, the Apostolic Nuncio to Great Britain and the Titular Archbishop of Rebellum, will present the Keeley Vatican Lecture at the...

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Global Affairs

The Process, Promise, and Perils of Making A New Constitution for Chile

Chile is currently engaged in the process of drafting an entirely new constitution, through a distinctive process that has generated a great deal of attention and controversy. The...

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Global Affairs

Virtual Flash Panel on the Russia-Ukraine Crisis

Join the Nanovic Institute for European Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs as they discuss the recent crisis on the border between Russia and Ukraine. The panel...

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Global Affairs

Virtual Flash Panel: The German Elections 4 Weeks Later

Scholars and experts weigh in on the close results and the future impact of the German federal elections that took place on September 26, 2021. What does this outcome mean for...

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Global Affairs

Central American Democracy in Peril? New Findings from El Salvador in Context

Is the democratic experiment over in El Salvador? With control of the legislative assembly and presidency, the government of El Salvador has recently taken dramatic steps to...

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Law and Politics

Presidential debates critical to civic engagement, invigorating voters

On Tuesday, September 29, the University of Notre Dame will be the backdrop for the first 2020 U.S. presidential debate. The importance of the debate cannot be overestimated, says...

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Law and Politics

Hail to the Chief

When Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first U.S. president to receive an honorary degree from the University of Notre Dame, it came at what on the surface would seem to be an...

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Law and Politics

Women’s Suffrage and Political Barbies

In the first episode, we drop in on political science professor Christina Wolbrecht. She’s co-authored a book titled, “A Century of Votes for Women,” which looks at how...

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Law and Politics

On the Presidency and Possibility

Bob Schmuhl, now a professor emeritus at Notre Dame, joined the university’s faculty in 1980. He was the founding director of Notre Dame’s Gallivan Program in Journalism,...

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Global Affairs

Beyond the Ballot: Taiwan’s Elections and Their Implications for US Policy

On January 11, 2020, the citizens of Taiwan delivered a landslide victory to President Tsai Ing-wen in a consequential election with implications for US-China relations. What will...

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Global Affairs

On the EU, Allies, and the State of European Democracy

Janne Matláry is a professor of international politics in the Department of Political Science at the University of Oslo and the Norwegian Defence University College. A specialist...

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