Politics can have unintentional evolutionary consequences that may cause hastily issued policies to cascade into global, multigenerational problems, according to political scientists.
Political stances defined as "left" or "right" have no physical spatial connection. The use of the terms in political discourse can be traced back to 18th-century France, when supporters of the revolution sat to the left ...
A new report out today (Thursday 23 October), authored by researchers in our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, has highlighted how contemporary chemical and life science research could be applied ...
Have you ever noticed you find your candidate for political office more attractive than the opponent? New research from Cornell University shows you're not the only one.
New Stanford research has found that Americans are increasingly divided along political party lines – and those sentiments are stronger than racial biases.
By providing the infrastructure that connects global flows and financial systems, major cities have increased their political power alongside the nation-states. In some cases, they are pursuing their own foreign policy in ...
Increasing the number of women in decision-making groups isn't necessarily enough to give them greater power, according to researchers at Princeton University and Brigham Young University.
"Scottish independence: polls show it's too close to call."
Having renewed their commitment to saving Earth's climate, governments face daunting challenges in the coming months to draft a global pact and set targets for slashing carbon emissions, analysts said Wednesday.
Lack of inclusion in national surveys may skew our understanding of the public's opinion on immigration
Jane Junn, professor of political science, likens her research on public opinion of immigration to a white light entering a prism—specifically the iconic image on the cover of Pink Floyd's album The Dark Side of the Moon.