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Christopher Devine

Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Dayton
Christopher J. Devine is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio. He earned his Ph.D. in Political Science from The Ohio State University in 2011, with concentrations in American Politics and Political Psychology. Devine's teaching and research interests include American politics, public opinion, political parties, campaigns and elections, the US presidency, political psychology, and constitutional law.

Devine's research has been published in a variety or peer-reviewed journals, including Political Behavior, Political Psychology, Presidential Studies Quarterly, and Electoral Studies. He is the co-author of the book "The VP Advantage: How Running Mates Influence Home State Voting in Presidential Elections," with Kyle C. Kopko (Manchester University Press). His research on this and other topics has been featured in media outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Politico, Time, US News & World Report, The Huffington Post, Fox News Channel, NPR, and more.

Who will be picked for vice president? Let’s discuss who’s qualified for the job

Feb 15, 2024 05:31 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

The November presidential election might seem far away, but its time for the veepstakes already. You know, that favorite game of pundits, politicos and political junkies who, every four years, obsess over the presidential...

Why do voters have to pick a Republican or a Democrat in the US?

Jul 11, 2023 06:48 am UTC| Politics

Why does it have to be Democrat vs. Republican in elections? Why cant it be Republican vs. Republican or Democrat vs. Democrat? Gianna, age 13, Phoenix, Arizona Americans are used to having a lot of choices. What...

Ozempic shortages in the UK may last until 2024 – here’s why

Jul 11, 2023 06:47 am UTC| Health

A global shortage means some people with diabetes are struggling to access the drug semaglutide, which is sold under the brand name Ozempic. The UKs Department of Health and Social Care has recommended that no new...

US under Trump Series

Don't expect Biden's VP pick to make or break the 2020 election

Jul 03, 2020 07:11 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

As presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden gets set to pick his vice presidential candidate, heres a reality check: Running mates have very little direct effect on voters. When people go to the polls, they...

For Biden, naming Cabinet before election would be a big risk

May 09, 2020 07:29 am UTC| Politics

In addition to the rumblings about whom hell name as his vice presidential candidate, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden recently surprised many political observers by suggesting that he might also...

US under Trump Series

Don't be fooled – most independents are partisans too

Jan 28, 2020 08:29 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

Will Donald Trump win reelection in 2020? To find out, youd think you could just look up whether more Americans are registered as Republicans than Democrats. But the truth is, it doesnt really matter which party you...

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Economy

Digital trade protocol for Africa: why it matters, what’s in it and what’s still missing

In February 2024, African heads of states adopted a draft protocol to regulate digital trade within the continent. This significant yet challenging course for Africas digital economy fits into the broader trade agreement,...

Industry shutdowns are messy and painful: 4 lessons Australia’s coal sector can learn from car-makers about bowing out

Shifting Australias electricity sector to low-carbon technologies and closing coal plants is vital to tackling climate change. But such transitions are easier said than done. People and economies are often deeply...

Food prices will climb everywhere as temperatures rise due to climate change – new research

Climate change, and specifically rising temperatures, may cause food prices to increase by 3.2% per year, according to a new study by researchers in Germany. As climate change continues to worsen, this price inflation will...

Industrialisation is still vital to economic development but some countries are struggling to reap its benefits

Alexander Hamilton, one of the founding fathers of the US, wrote a wealth of reports that served as building blocks for the countrys economic system. In 1791, during his time as secretary of the Treasury, Hamilton...

This is how President Ramaphosa got to the 25% figure of progress in land reform in South Africa

Nearly three decades into democracy, land reform remains central to South Africas transformation policies and agricultural policy. We have over the years pointed out that the progress on land reform has been incorrectly...

Politics

US and Japan Boost AI, Semiconductor Alliance; EU Eyes Reduction in China Dependence

Japan and the United States are poised to deepen ties in the high-tech sector, signaling a strategic move to enhance their global partnership with a focus on artificial intelligence and semiconductor...

US Finalizes Ban List for Chinese Chipmakers; Boosts Mexico Semiconductor Ties

The United States is finalizing a list of Chinese chip factories banned from receiving vital technology, aiming to curb Beijings tech advancements amid national security concerns. Concurrently, a US-Mexico semiconductor...

China's Commerce Minister to Advocate EV Sector in Europe Amid Subsidy, Tariff Probe

Chinas Commerce Minister Wang Wentao is set to visit Europe in April to address concerns and advocate for the Chinese electric vehicle (EV) industry amid a European Commission investigation into alleged unfair...

South Africa’s electricity crisis: what political parties say in their election manifestos about solving it

South Africa is in the middle of a deep electricity crisis. In 2023 the public, many of whom are voters, experienced the worst loadshedding to date, losing power for an average of five hours a day. The power shortages...

Science

Exploding stars are rare but emit torrents of radiation − if one happened close enough to Earth, it could threaten life on the planet

Stars like the Sun are remarkably constant. They vary in brightness by only 0.1% over years and decades, thanks to the fusion of hydrogen into helium that powers them. This process will keep the Sun shining steadily for...

An eclipse for everyone – how visually impaired students can ‘get a feel for’ eclipses

Many people in the U.S. will have an opportunity to witness nearly four minutes of a total solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, 2024, as it moves from southern Texas to Maine. But in the U.S., over 7 million people are blind...

How do airplanes fly? An aerospace engineer explains the physics of flight

Airplane flight is one of the most significant technological achievements of the 20th century. The invention of the airplane allows people to travel from one side of the planet to the other in less than a day, compared...

The mystery of consciousness shows there may be a limit to what science alone can achieve

The progress of science in the last 400 years is mind-blowing. Who would have thought wed be able to trace the history of our universe to its origins 14 billion years ago? Science has increased the length and the quality...

What is minoxidil, the anti-balding hair growth treatment? Here’s what the science says

Hair loss (also known as alopecia) often affects the scalp but can occur anywhere on the body. Its very common and usually nothing to worry about; about half of Australian men show signs of visible baldness at age 50 and...

Technology

Adobe Unveils Acrobat AI Assistant Tool for Acrobat and Reader Users

Adobe Inc., formerly known as Adobe Systems Incorporated, announced it has made its artificial intelligence (AI) assistant tool available to users of Acrobat and Readers. The computer software firm said that starting...

Analyst Predicts Bitcoin Could Reach $650K with New Hong Kong ETFs

As Hong Kong licenses new Bitcoin and Ethereum ETFs, top analyst Willy Woo forecasts a potential Bitcoin price spike to $650,000, inspired by robust ETF investments and favorable market conditions. Analyst Willy Woo...

China's New ETFs Set to Boost Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP Prices

As China approves new cryptocurrency ETFs, expectations rise for a significant price surge in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP. These developments amidst fierce competition between Hong Kong and U.S. markets for cryptocurrency...

Fiji Central Bank Cautions on Crypto Use, Dashing Bitcoin Integration Hopes

In a surprising move, the Reserve Bank of Fiji has warned against using cryptocurrencies for payments or investments, reversing earlier expectations stirred by the Prime Ministers pro-Bitcoin stance. This advisory comes...
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