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Sarah Burns

Sarah Burns

Associate Professor of Political Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
Sarah Burns is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Rochester Institute of Technology. Her research examines the intersection of political liberalization and American constitutional development with an eye toward policy implications for democratization across the globe. She has written on war powers, American foreign policy, democratic peace theory, elections, and Montesquieu’s constitutionalism. Her forthcoming book, The Politics of War Powers, examines the theoretical and historical development of war powers. She demonstrates how the constitutional system creates an invitation to struggle that the political branches increasingly ignore.

Why disputes between Congress and the White House so often end up in court

Feb 08, 2021 12:45 pm UTC| Politics Law

When the executive and legislative branches of the U.S. government dont agree, especially on thorny, politically charged issues such as reproductive rights and immigration policy, they often seek ways to advance their...

US under Trump Series

George Washington was silent, but Trump tweets regularly – running for president has changed over the years

Sep 09, 2020 06:42 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

Presidential campaigns havent always looked the way they do in 2020 or the way they did in 2016, before the coronavirus pandemic changed everything about conventions, political outreach and voting. The requirements...

US under Trump Series

Trump, like Obama, tests the limits of presidential war powers

Jan 10, 2020 10:23 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

To many observers, President Donald Trumps decision to kill a senior Iranian general is yet another example of his unique impetuousness and determination to go it alone in his foreign policy. Congress has begun to take...

Global Geopolitics Series

Could Congress reverse Trump's decision to pull troops out of Syria?

Oct 31, 2019 06:09 am UTC| Insights & Views Law

The political and humanitarian outcry condemning President Donald Trumps decision to pull U.S. troops out of Syria came soon after he made the announcement. Trumps actions paved the way for Turkish troops to attack...

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Economy

Coinbase drops lending program due to SEC's lawsuit threat

Coinbase dropped its plan to launch a lending program after the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) threatened it with a lawsuit The Nasdaq-listed cryptocurrency exchange said that as it continues to seek...

Nike retains top spot among most marketable sports brands for 2021

US sportswear giant Nike has retained the top spot in SportsPros list of the Worlds 50 Most Marketable (50MM) brands, holding off challenges by rival sportswear brand and second-placer Adidas, Emirates, Santander, and Red...

Michael Jordan raises stake, assumes adviser role in sports gambling firm Sportradar

NBA legend Michael Jordan will increase his investment in Sportradar Group AG, the leading global provider of sports betting and entertainment products and services, and will serve as a special adviser to the companys...

UK industry group warns CO2 crisis poses a risk of meat shortage

An industry group has warned of carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage in the UK within the week due to a sharp rise in gas prices that could result in meat supply issues. The gas price hie has forced domestic energy suppliers...

Cargill to pay farmers $20 per metric ton of carbon emissions reduced

Cargill is planning to pay farmers $20 per metric ton of carbon emissions they reduce through regenerative agricultural practices. The company intends to pass the green credits on to its customers. The Cargill...

Politics

South China Sea: Japan concerned about increasing aggression from China

Tensions in the South China Sea remain high as not only is there a dispute over the waters, but also the situation surrounding Taiwan. Japans Defense Minister has now urged European leaders to take action on the increasing...

Joe Biden had a slow adjustment to the White House, according to new book

The new book by journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa also details the first few months of US President Joe Bidens term as the new Commander-in-Chief. According to the book, Biden supposedly had a slow adjustment to...

Nancy Pelosi, G7 Speakers visit 'Coronation Street' set following summit

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was among her fellow presiding officers in the G7 in attendance at the summit in the United Kingdom. Following the summit, the group was shown around the set of the popular British tv series...

Joe Biden: Former Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu mocks widely debunked manipulated video of POTUS

A manipulated video showing US President Joe Biden seemingly falling asleep during his meeting with the new Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett made the rounds on right-wing social media. The manipulated video also...

Science

S. Korea's POSCO, Hyundai to use oyster shell waste for steelmaking

S. Korean steelmakers POSCO and Hyundai Steel Co. will start using oyster shells as a secondary base material for producing steel. Both firms have been developing a recycling technology with a local oyster shell...

S. Korea to develop solar-powered drone that could carry 20 kg to stratosphere

South Korea will invest 37.47 billion won in developing a solar-powered drone that could carry over 20 kilograms in the stratosphere and with natural disaster monitoring capability by 2025. The drone will serve as an...

S. Korean scientists develop 3D printing ink from sunflower pollen

A group of South Korean scientists from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore managed to develop 3D printing ink material from sunflower pollen. The research team led by professor Cho Nam-joon first incubated...

Kumho Petrochemical to produce eco-friendly rubber compound out of rice bran

Kumho Petrochemical Co. will produce an eco-friendly synthetic rubber compound made of rice bran-based bio-silica. Silica improves fuel efficiency, braking power, and wear resistance of synthetic rubber for...

From CRISPR to glowing proteins to optogenetics – scientists' most powerful technologies have been borrowed from nature

Watson and Crick, Schrdinger and Einstein all made theoretical breakthroughs that have changed the worlds understanding of science. Today big, game-changing ideas are less common. New and improved techniques are the...

Technology

‘Alan Wake Remastered’ might have a Nintendo Switch version underway

The announcement of Alan Wake Remastered may be one of the biggest news in the gaming world this fall. However, developer Remedy Entertainment and publisher Epic Games might have more details to reveal. A supposed document...

Roblox’s age verification system rollout begins

Roblox, the online game and game creation platform, is planned to get more age-appropriate content in the near future. And to help its users prepare for these changes, developer Roblox Corporation has announced a new...

Telegram update introduces new themes for private chats

The latest update on Telegram appears to be focused on giving users more options to customize their chats. People can now apply new themes to private chats, as well as use animated emojis and enable read receipts for group...

OnePlus 9T will not be released this year

To those waiting for the OnePlus 9T, it is time to reconsider their smartphone upgrade plans. The company recently announced the device is not in the pipeline. For years, OnePlus has had two major smartphone launch...
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