An expert panel discussed the strengths, and limits, of the alignment between the two world powers and U.S. rivals.
Professor Emeritus Willard R. Johnson, political scientist who specialized in African studies, dies at 87
A pioneering Black faculty member, Johnson was also a major supporter of the anti-apartheid movement at the Institute.
Faculty members granted tenure in economics; history; literature; music; philosophy; political science; and science, technology, and society.
Partisan media might deepen political polarization, but we should measure people’s media habits more carefully before drawing conclusions, researchers say.
At MIT, a driving force in the chip-making industry discusses the rise of TSMC and Taiwan as a manufacturing center.
MIT political scientist Taylor Fravel examines the potential and limitations of a bigger BRICS group of countries — and what it means for the U.S.
As the middle class in Lagos retreats to private enclaves, political scientist Nicole Wilson ponders the impacts on democratic norms.
New professors join Comparative Media Studies/Writing; Economics; Literature; Music and Theater Arts; Science, Technology, and Society; and Political Science.
The first cohort of interns reflects a range of political science talent and potential.