Monday, November 28, 2022

The Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics News Archives

 

 



11/20/2022
What makes the Buckeye State so different from Michigan and Pennsylvania?
11/18/2022
House Democrats prepare for new senior leadership
11/18/2022
UA Professor Cohen on the future of U.S. House, Senate
11/16/2022
Analysis: Which J.D. Vance will show up in the Senate?
11/15/2022
On Today in Ohio, analysis of the 2024 election in light of midterm results
11/14/2022
Ohio Democrats look for answers with Sherrod Brown's 2024 reelection campaign on the horizon
11/11/2022
The Bliss Institute & Election 2022 Analysis
11/09/2022
U.S. Midterm Vote: How Democrats thwarted an anticipated 'red wave'
11/09/2022
2022 Midterm Election: Dr. J. Cherie Strachan Provides Analysis


Total results: 33

UA Professor Cohen on the future of U.S. House, Senate

Dr. David B. Cohen, professor of political science at The University of Akron, was a guest on WFMJ in Youngstown, discussing the midterm Congressional and Senate races. Cohen is director of the Applied Politics program at UA and a fellow with the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics.

What makes the Buckeye State so different from Michigan and Pennsylvania?

Dr. David B. Cohen, professor of political science at The University of Akron, is one of several experts tapped in this article to explain why Ohio is more Republican-leaning than Michigan or Pennsylvania. “I think the reason Ohio stands out is that Ohio has just a much more conservative political environment,” said Cohen, who is also director of the Applied Politics program and a fellow with the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics.

Stephen C. Brooks

sbrooks@uakron.edu

  • Coronavirus
  • effect of pandemic on campaigning and voting in Ohio
  • media and politics
  • campaign news
  • campaign advertising


David B. Cohen

dbcohen@uakron.edu

  • American politics
  • president
  • vice president
  • POTUS
  • First Lady
  • White House
  • presidency
  • White House staff
  • chief of staff
  • White House press corps
  • executive branch
  • cabinet
  • Congress
  • House of Representatives
  • Senate
  • campaigns
  • elections
  • voting
  • Ohio politics
  • Ohio Statehouse
  • Ohio legislature
  • public opinion
  • WMD
  • weapons of mass destruction
  • homeland security
  • biological weapons
  • chemical weapons
  • nuclear weapons
  • arms control
  • Politics of coronavirus pandemic, SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19


John Green

green@uakron.edu

  • Politics
  • religion and politics
  • campaign finance


Karl Kaltenthaler

kck@uakron.edu

  • Coronavirus
  • Global cooperation or lack of cooperation
  • Trade (trade wars)
  • US role in the world
  • Islamist Terrorism
  • ISIS (or IS or ISIL)
  • Al Qaeda
  • Taliban
  • Pakistani terrorist groups
  • Radicalization into Islamist terrorist groups
  • Drones
  • Afghanistan
  • Pakistan
  • Iraq
  • Syria and Middle East security
  • Counterterrorism
  • Intelligence issues
  • National security policy and Muslim public opinion


James T. McHugh

mchugh@uakron.edu

  • Political science
  • political philosophy and ideology
  • democratic theory
  • Canadian politics
  • British politics
  • North American regional cooperation (including NAFTA)
  • human rights
  • international law
  • legal philosophy
  • state constitutions
  • comparative constitutional and legal systems