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Layton Co-Authors Column on Brazil’s President-Elect, Shift in Tolerance

Dr. Matthew Layton

Dr. Matthew Layton, Assistant Professor of Political Science, co-authored a Nov. 2 column for the Washington Post headlined “In Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro’s victory may mean further shifts in tolerance and moderation.” …Is Brazil undergoing a seismic shift from historical tolerance and moderation? Will Brazilians adopt the harsher tone of their new […]

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November 5, 2018 at 7:55 amFaculty in the News In the News

Sandal Column: Killing Jamal Khashoggi Was A Saudi Warning Shot

Dr. Nukhet Sandal

Dr. Nukhet Sandal, Associate Professor of Political Science at Ohio University, authored a column at the Huffington Post headlined “Killing Jamal Khashoggi Was A Saudi Warning Shot.” Long before Jamal Khashoggi disappeared, Saudi Arabia had a history of cracking down on dissidents. Little tolerance exists inside the kingdom for activism […]

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October 30, 2018 at 7:28 amFaculty in the News In the News

Kendhammer’s New Book Chronicles Boko Haram Impact on Nigeria

Dr. Brandon Kendhammer

A new book on Boko Haram co-authored by Dr. Brandon Kendhammer, Associate Professor of Political Science at Ohio University, is a social history of one of Africa’s deadliest terrorist groups and its impact on Nigerian political and social life. “Drawing on years of research, Boko Haram is a timely addition […]

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October 24, 2018 at 3:12 pmResearch