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NYUAD Professor Talks Politics at PSUAD

Reflecting that 2012 is a presidential election year in both the US and France, the Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi's Department of Philosophy and Sociology recently held a public conference, The 2012 Presidential Elections in France and the USA: Some Lessons from Political Science.

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Arab youth survey 2020 shows satisfaction gap between GCC, rest of region
Higher quality of life makes those in Gulf states less likely to emigrate.
The Jerusalem Post | October 09, 2020

Politics of Dust Bowl Settlers
The effects of the Dust Bowl are still present in California.
Inside Higher Ed | June 12, 2019

US voters appear unmoved by the Mueller report
Professor Adam Ramey of NYU Abu Dhabi says the Mueller report did not reveal anything "substantively new" about the Trump administration.
CNBC | April 22, 2019

Republican convention won't stump Trump
An interview with Adam Ramey on a contested Republican Party convention to stop Donald Trump from becoming a presidential nominee. 
Deutsche Welle | March 10, 2016

Where do U.S. candidates stand on foreign policy?
CNN's Becky Anderson speaks to Adam Ramey for a global look at the 2016 U.S. elections.
CNN | February 14, 2016

How personality explains behavior in Congress
Adam Ramey explains that personality and ideology work together to shape how legislators make decisions, voting and otherwise.
Washington Post | April 15, 2014

Why do some politicians cross party lines more? They're nicer
Why do particular politicians work hard to cross party lines? A new study by three political scientists suggests that they simply have different personalities.
Vox | April 21, 2014