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Dec 1

Friday Dec 1, 2023

Bureaucrats in Congress: Strategic Information Sharing in Policymaking

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Pamela Ban

Pamela Ban's research interests are in American politics and political economy. She focuses on electoral politics, legislatures, political parties, and how these institutions influence the behavior of political actors. Currently, she is working on various projects that study congressional committees, power within Congress, and lobbying. She received a PhD in Political Economy and Government from Harvard University in 2018 and a BA in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University in 2012.…

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Dec 1

Friday Dec 1, 2023

Hesburgh Democracy Fellows Holiday Gathering

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

The Hesburgh Democracy Fellows holiday celebration promises to be a festive and joyous event. With an atmosphere filled with camaraderie and holiday spirit, attendees can look forward to an evening of fun and laughter.

The event will feature a delightful array of refreshments. 

It's a fantastic opportunity for Fellows to come together, relax, and celebrate the holiday season in the spirit of democracy and unity.…

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Dec 5

Tuesday Dec 5, 2023

Allies for Sale? Chinese Economic Statecraft, Military Diplomacy, and Alliance Formation in Southeast Asia By Zenobia Chan (co-authored with Noel Foster)

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Dr. Zenobia Chan is an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University where her research focuses on economic statecraft, with further work on information operations.

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