The Academy of Political Science sponsors conferences on important and timely issues. Participants include experts from government, academic and non-profit sectors.

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To be announced.

PAST CONFERENCES & EVENTS

Beyond Housing: A National Conversation on Child Homelessness and Poverty
January 19-20, 2012
New York, NY

Children, Poverty, and Homelessness
January 20-21, 2010
Philadelphia, PA

Symposium on the Presidential Nominating Process
October 23, 2009
New York, NY

It Takes a Community to End Family Homelessness:
New Directions in Best Practices

April 4-5, 2003
New York, NY

Symposium on Electing the President:
Should Americans Have the Consitutional Right to Vote for Presidential Electors?

September 27, 2002
New York, NY

September 11, Terrorist Attacks, and U.S. Foreign Policy
September 11, 2002
New York, NY

Rethinking Homelessness: A Framework for Change
April 6-7, 2001
New York, NY

Threat and Use of Force In American Foreign Policy
October 28, 1999
New York, NY

Independence or Limbo: What does Welfare Reform Have to do with Homelessness
October 25, 1999
New York, NY

Public Opinion, Mass Media, and European and American Foreign Policy
November 19-20, 1998
New York, NY

Fall 1998 Lecture Series

New York, NY

The 50th Anniversary of the Truman Doctrine
March 12-13, 1997
Washington, DC

Presidential Power: Forging the Presidency for the 21st Century
November 15-16, 1996
New York, NY

Washington Abandons the Cities? Trends, Consequences and Solutions
October 12, 1995
New York, NY

Presidential and Parliamentary Democracies: Which Work Best?
May 20-21, 1993
New York, NY

Ethno-Violence and Nationalism in Eastern Europe and U.S. Foreign Policy
December 11, 1992
New York, NY

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Zionism, the Jewish State, and an Israeli–Palestinian Settlement: An Opinion Piece Jerome Slater critically examines the case for the continuation of Zionism and for Israel to remain a Jewish state. He argues that while much of the Zionist argument is unconvincing, “liberal Zionism” is still defensible.

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