The Political Science Department offers a program of study that provides students with an opportunity to explore politics and government from multiple vantage points—at the grassroots, the nation-state, and the global community—and from a variety of theoretical, conceptual, comparative, historical, and experiential perspectives.
The political science major is studying how faith and politics interact at Harvard Divinity School, with the support of Haverford’s fund for graduate study.
By Luke Mandel; Photo by the Department of Defense Arms control presents a challenge here on Earth, but that challenge will be insurmountable in space.
By Daniel Mathis ’23; Image by Reuters In 2012, then defense secretary Leon Panetta warned of a “Cyber Pearl Harbor”. This warningserved to heighten hysteria
By Mateo Zules ’22; Image by Getty Images In August of 2003, the power in Ontario and much of the North East United States went
By Amani Enayetullah ‘23 Over the years, news and rumors around China’s involvement in controlling their media outlets and internet have circulated the globe. China’s
By Madhu Gupta; Getty Images Earlier this week, the European Union reached a landmark agreement and agreed to a new regulatory package known as the
By Anyssa Q. El-Manfaa; Image by Getty Images ‘Incel’ ideology is relatively understudied through the national security lens. Incel ideology and its philosophy are arguably
By Ellie Patton ’24; Photo illustration by Cristiana Couceiro for the New York Times Earlier this year, The New York Times described Pegasus, a spyware
This political science class investigates the ways technological developments shape strategic interactions between states, as well as between states and non-state armed actors.