(Phys.org)—Foreign policy has taken center stage in the presidential campaign as Barack Obama and Mitt Romney tout their differing plans – and take aim at one another's vision for international security.
People with disabilities remain largely sidelined in American politics, according to a new study published in Social Science Quarterly. The research article, "Sidelined or Mainstreamed? Political Participation and Attitudes ...
From a public policy point of view, the national debt accumulation since President Obama took office is largely a result of policies put in place prior to his inauguration, says a new analysis by University of Maryland expert ...
With increasing public awareness of animal welfare, how much more are people willing to pay for the happiness of the animals they eat?
A survey exploring public opinion about the UK's agricultural sector has revealed that farming has a special place in most people's hearts, even though they know surprisingly little about it.
(Phys.org) -- Despite an intensity of interest in China's outbound direct investment (ODI) into Australia, the nature and distribution of this investment, especially by State Owned Enterprises (SOEs), is poorly understood. ...
(Phys.org) -- The 2008 presidential race was one of the most watched, discussed and analyzed campaigns in U.S. history, and when it came to the vice presidential candidates, voters heard a great deal about Sarah Palin.
The future of the Carbon Tax may be uncertain, but a carbon price is here to stay, according to research from The Australian National University.
Google on Monday urged governments to get better at sharing information to allow citizens and first responders to make better use of the Internet during natural disasters.
A new University of Sydney study has revealed the full extent of Australia's love-hate relationship with credit cards and those who use them.