Political Science | Elections | Public Policy | Public Administration | Intergovernmental Relations | Legislation | Judicial Process | International Law | Trans-Pacific Partnership
The great experiment known as the U.S. of A. is well into its third century, and continues to evolve and adapt to new circumstances. It has generated a complex web of laws and public policies at the local, state and national levels, and increasingly must address international issues as advances in communication and transportation challenge the traditional nation-state model. We welcome presentations that address these issues, perhaps through theoretical constructs or specific case studies. Your focus can be on process, on product, or on consequences.