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Thursday, September 15, 2016

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Newswise Special Wire: 2016 Elections

U.S. Rules for Targeted Killing Using Drones Need Clarifying

Current U.S. policies on using drones for targeted killing are characterized by ambiguities in interpretations of international law and too many generalities, despite recent efforts by the Obama administration to clarify the policies, a new RAND Corp...

– RAND Corporation

Clarifying the Rules for Targeted Killing

1 in 4 U.S. Employees Negatively Affected by Political Talk at Work This Election Season, Finds New Survey

This year’s extraordinary presidential campaign is taking a toll on American workers, some of whom report feeling stressed, argumentative and less productive because of political discussions on the job, according to a survey released today by the A...

– American Psychological Association (APA)

Saying Sorry Not Enough When Trust, Gender Roles Broken, Just Ask Clinton and Trump

Public figures such as United States presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump may have to do a lot more than just say sorry to win back public trust after a misdeed, said a York University researcher whose study on trust was published ...

– York University

Journal of Management Development

First Lady Michelle Obama and Former First Lady Laura Bush to Participate in Conversation About Supporting Troops, Veterans, and Military Families

First Lady Michelle Obama and former First Lady Laura Bush will participate in a conversation about the long tradition of America’s First Ladies supporting troops, veterans, and military families....

– American University

Leading Political Advertising Expert Available to Comment on Ads in the Presidential Campaign

– Vanderbilt University

Fallout of Mexican Minister Sign of Political Failure, Not Power of Trump

– Cornell University

Bartels Is Expert on the Voting Habits of the Wealthy

– Vanderbilt University

Sacramento State Experts Available to Discuss New CalSPEAKS-California Counts Election Poll

– California State University, Sacramento

Why Is North Carolina a Battleground State? WFU Professor Explains Swing State Status

– Wake Forest University

As President Obama’s Term Winds Down, What Will the Next Few Months Hold? Political Scientist Available to Explain

– Georgia State University

ATS Expert Pitch: Michael Niederman, MD, Available for Comment on Pneumonia Diagnosis and Treatment

– American Thoracic Society (ATS)

Expert Can Help Decipher Opinion Polls and the Use of Statistics in Presidential Race

– Vanderbilt University

Marc Hetherington available for comment on the presidential election, including media coverage of the campaign.

– Vanderbilt University

Alan Wiseman Can Speak on the Causes and Consequences of Effectiveness on Congress.

– Vanderbilt University

Carol Swain Can Comment on African American Representation in Politics.

– Vanderbilt University

Tom Schwartz Can Comment on Foreign Policy and the History of the Presidency

– Vanderbilt University

Efren Perez Can Speak on the Hispanic Vote in the Presidential Election.

– Vanderbilt University

University of Md. Dean Tobin Expert on Foreign Influence in U.S. Political Spending

– University of Maryland, Baltimore

David Lewis Can Comment on the Presidency, Executive Branch Politics and Civil Service Reform.

– Vanderbilt University

Cecilia Mo Can Speak on Why More Asian Americans Don't Support Republican Candidates.

– Vanderbilt University

Bruce Oppenheimer Can Speak on the Effect of War Deaths on Elections

– Vanderbilt University





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