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Guy Lachapelle Gave a Special Lecture on "The Global Development of Political Science" at Ball State University

Accepting the warm invitation of Dr. Teh-Kuang Chang, Professor of Political Science, Faculty Advisor of the International Studies Association of Ball State University and Chair of the IPSA Research Committee on Asian and Pacific Studies (RC18), Secretary General Guy Lachapelle gave a lecture yesterday on the "Global Development of Political Science" at Ball State University, Indiana. The lecture was free and open to general public.

IPSA would like to thank Dr. Chang, as well as Ball State University International Studies Association, for this opportunity to promote IPSA to a wider audience and to reinforce the existing relations between IPSA and Ball State University.

Guy Lachapelle

International Political Science Review (IPSR) - Volume 36, Number 2, March 2015

In this issue:

The impact of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami on social capital in Japan: Trust before and after the disaster
Róbert Ferenc Veszteg, Yukihiko Funaki and Aiji Tanaka   

Media framing in religious–secular conflict in Turkey and Israel
Matt Evans and M. Selcan Kaynak

How politics-news parallelism invigorates partisanship strength
S. Nechama Horwitz and Lilach Nir

Winners, losers and the Grand Coalition: Political satisfaction in the Federal Republic of Germany
Ross Campbell

Finding God in Global Politics
Marion Maddox

Cultural nationalism and liberal values: An elusive synthesis
Gal Gerson and Aviad Rubin

Rising regional powers meet the global leader: A strategic analysis of influence competition
Sung Eun Kim and Johannes Urpelainen

IPSA-IAPSS New Joint Membership Agreement

We’re proud to announce that IPSA and the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) have reached a joint membership agreement.

IAPSS individual memberships are very affordable at US$15 or US$20 per year, depending of your country of residence. We strongly encourage students to combine an IPSA and IAPSS membership so that they can enjoy the many benefits that go along with a dual membership.

From now on, new members will able to become members of IAPSS by completing the IPSA membership form available at http://www.ipsa.org/membership/individual/become-a-member/login

Existing IPSA members may go directly to the IAPSS membership page at http://www.iapss.org/product/individual-membership/. Next year, you will be able to combine both memberships when you renew your IPSA or IAPSS memberships.