Cornell’s department of government is devoted to the study of political power, political institutions, public policy, public opinion and participation, political economy, interactions between citizens and governments, and the international system.
The field of Government is divided into four subfields:American Politics(the political behavior, policies, and institutions of the United States) Comparative Politics(the political institutions and processes of countries around the world) International Relations(transactions between states, international organizations and transnational actors) Political Theory & Philosophy(normative theories of politics and history of political thought)
Would Clinton really appoint a cabinet that’s half women and half men? (Reyes-Housholder) May 9th, 2016 Pepinsky quoted in The Guardian May 7th, 2016 Evaluating CVE (Caitlin Mastroe) May 6th, 2016 Peter Enns on Talk Nation Radio May 3rd, 2016 Cambodia experience sows seeds for future scholars May 2nd, 2016
Political Theory Workshop (See schedule) Methods Brownbag (See schedule) Politics, Sandwiches, and Comments (PSAC) Scheduled Fridays, 2015-2016 International Law/International Relations Colloquium