Brexit; regime transitions in the Middle East; the election of Donald Trump; insurgencies in both major American Parties. Politics in the 21st century, both internationally and domestically, seem to be undergoing an historic time of change. Is this time an historic pivot point in politics or merely a brief episodic “bump in the road”? Are such developments signaling a significant political realignment, a time of transition to a new order, or are they simply disruptions of a larger existing order? Given the political chaos and disruption of the last several years, how should political science think about politics in the 21st Century?
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Annual Abraham Kuyper Lecture, Sponsored by the Center for Public Justice: Michelle Kirtley, PhD, Consultant on Bioethics and Public Policy at The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity.
Plenary speaker: Corwin Smidt, PhD, Senior research fellow at the Henry Institute for the Study of Religion and Politics, Calvin College
Plenary speaker: J. Daryl Charles, Ph.D., is a 2018 Affiliate Scholar of the Acton Institute, a contributing editor of the journal Providence: A Journal of Christianity and American Foreign Policy and the journal Touchstone,and an affiliated scholar of the John Jay Institute.