Sarah Bush, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Temple University

Profesosor Sarah Bush's research and teaching interests include international relations, democracy promotion, non-state actors in world politics, gender and human rights policy, and Middle East politics. Her book, which is forthcoming at Cambridge University Press, explores how how and why the United States and other developed countries turned to democracy promotion at the end of the Cold War and what the impact of doing so has been. The book combines large-N analysis of new and existing data sets of democracy assistance projects with case studies that draw on field research in Jordan and Tunisia. Other ongoing projects examine the effects of American democracy promotion on public attitudes in the Middle East. Her research has been published or is forthcoming in the journals International Organization and International Studies Quarterly and has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, among others.

Profesosor Sarah Bush's research and teaching interests include international relations, democracy promotion, non-state actors in world politics, gender and human rights policy, and Middle East politics. Her book, which is forthcoming at Cambridge University Press, explores how how and why the United States and other developed countries turned to democracy promotion at the end of the Cold War and what the impact of doing so has been. The book combines large-N analysis of new and existing data sets of democracy assistance projects with case studies that draw on field research in Jordan and Tunisia. Other ongoing projects examine the effects of American democracy promotion on public attitudes in the Middle East. Her research has been published or is forthcoming in the journals International Organization and International Studies Quarterly and has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, among others.

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Lectures

3.31.2015 (1:18:54)

The Taming of Democracy Promotion