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Welcome to The Cline Center for Democracy

The Richard G. and Carole J. Cline Center for Democracy is dedicated to enhancing the capacity of politics to advance societal well-being. Its research mission is globally oriented and committed to the use of advanced technologies and interdisciplinary teams to advance knowledge. The Center also organizes symposia and conferences on relevant topics, conducts a research practicum for advanced undergraduates, and facilitates a civic leadership program for accomplished students with demonstrated leadership potential.

News and Announcements for Cline Center

 

Revised SPEED Data Now Available

Thu, 27 Feb 2014

New event data from the Social, Political and Economic Event Database Project (SPEED) is now available. This release of the data is different from previous versions in that event data for the United States is included.  In addition, a new weighting variable has been added (ctry_bias) that should be used in making cross-country analysis in order to address the New York Times' country-bias.

  • To download the new event data please click (here).  
  • To learn more about how and why country-bias weights are constructed please click (here)
  • To learn more about the SPEED project in general please click (here)

Cline Symposium: "Recapturing the American Dream" with Guest Speaker Hedrik Smith

Wed, 15 Jan 2014

We are pleased to announce the 2014 Spring Cline Symposium: Recapturing the American Dream which will take place March 11-12, 2014. 

Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and Emmy Award winning producer/ correspondent Hendrik Smith will be the guest speaker and he will be speaking on his book “Who Stole the American Dream.” For more information about the upcoming event please visit the event's website: (link).

Climate Change and Civil Unrest: The Impact of Rapid-onset Disasters

Wed, 25 Sep 2013

Journal article entitled "Climate Change and Civil Unrest: The Impact of Rapid-onset Disasters" by Peter Nardulli, Buddy Peyton, and Joseph Bajjalieh has been published online in the Journal of Conflict Resolution. To learn more click here (link).

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