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Revenge of the outsiders: Why 2016 presidential race is breaking the mold

“If Jeb Bush were stronger, I don’t think Donald Trump would be getting this much traction,” says Julian Zelizer, a professor of history and


The Benghazi Investigation Is The 1990s All Over Again

Both Whitewater and Benghazi are “investigations that broaden, become more expansive, and consume a huge amount of time and energy,” said Ju


Women in Iran Are Ready to Show They Mean Business

Suzanne DiMaggio was quoted in Bloomberg about the impact of the nuclear deal on economic opportunities for women in Iran.


As Iran Seeks Western Investment, Women Show They Mean Business

Suzanne DiMaggio spoke with Bloomberg about how the nuclear deal for Iran means empowerment for Iranian women.


Short-term funding leads to long-term problems

Continuing resolutions have been in the congressional tool box since the 1800s. But Princeton’s Julian Zelizer says the way they’re used tod


Long March LM-6 Space Rocket’s Makes First Launch, Brings 20 Satellites into Space

On September 19, 2015, the Long March 6 (LM-6) space launch rocket blasted off from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center. Built as a rapid re


Chinese Air-to-Air Missile Hits Target, Spooks USAF General

Beyond visual range air-to-air missiles (BVRAAM) are long-range missiles used by fighters to knock out enemy fighters, bombers, tankers, dro


What Cheney Has Learned From History

Something revealing happened over the weekend on Fox News Sunday. Dick Cheney had stopped by to bash President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal a


Attacking Trump may be theme of second 2016 Republican debate, experts say

"He's like a professional wrestler," said Julian Zelizer, a political science professor at Princeton University. "He likes to be the center


UAL Chief’s Ouster Delivers New Blow to Christie’s Campaign

Christie’s diminished status in the presidential race is likely to hurt his standing at home, said Julian E. Zelizer, who teaches history an


With support plummeting, New Hampshire could be ‘live free or die’ for Bush’s candidacy

Bush “demonstrated his wonkish qualities, though he certainly didn’t do enough to excite worried supporters,” concluded Princeton History Pr


Small-Dollar Donor Mindset Helps Long-Shot Candidates Cash In

Julian Zelizer, a history and public affairs professor at Princeton University, said Carson's and Fiorina's lack of elective office experien