Junior John Hubbard completed a co-op in Greece with the European Public Law Organization in which he learned how to proactively address human-rights issues worldwide.
Kimberly Jones, a faculty associate in Northeastern University’s Middle East Center for Peace, Culture and Development, analyzes President Barack Obama’s visit to Afghanistan on the eve of the one-year anniversary of the killing of Osama bin Laden.
Co-op Ben Adams and alumnus Will Ritter work on the advance team for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign.
A trio of Northeastern professors discussed the constitutional challenges and political implications of the Supreme Court’s health-care case.
Master’s degree in hand, Northeastern alumna wins competitive presidential fellowship to work on federal high-speed rail project
Earlier this week, President Obama signed a bill passed by Congress that would raise the debt ceiling and avoid default. The combative negotiations that preceded the deal, however, highlighted the deep political divide in Washington. We asked Robert Gilbert, the Edward W. Brooke Professor in Northeastern’s Department of Political Science, to examine the political climate in light of this deal, and what it means for the 2012 elections.
New co-op partnership with the city gives Northeastern students the chance to learn the art and craft of retail politics, one phone call at a time.
On co-op in Bali, Northeastern student develops new education curriculum for students – while leveraging his own appreciation for theater and drama
Republican hopefuls faced off at Monday’s GOP presidential debate in New Hampshire, after which most pundits voted front-runner Mitt Romney best in show. William Crotty, the Thomas P O’Neill professor of political science at Northeastern and expert in presidential elections, explains Republicans‘ primary campaign issues, the tactics used by presidential candidates to stand out in a debate and why Romney is leading the GOP field, for now.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned last week as the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) amid allegations of sexual assault in New York City — leading to larger questions of how this will affect French politics and financial matters across Europe. Natalie Bormann, a visiting assistant professor of political science at Northeastern University, assesses the implications of this situation and the media coverage that followed.
Voice of Huskies hockey at Northeastern’s student-run radio station wins award as nation’s top collegiate sportscaster