Academic journal article The New England Journal of Political Science

Editor's Forward

Academic journal article The New England Journal of Political Science

Editor's Forward

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We are pleased to present Volume VIII, Number 1 (Spring 2015) of the New England Journal of Political Science. This issue has a distinctly comparative politics and international focus as we invite our readers to go beyond the boundaries of American politics. My colleague Howard Cody of the University of Maine and Jamie Gillies of St. Thomas University open Volume VIII, Number 1with an examination of the contemporary Canadian party system and Stephen Harper's impact on that system. David J. Plazek of Johnson State College keeps our attention on matters Canadian with an in-depth analysis of Canadian foreign policy in the 1960s. Our final article in this issue finds Stephen D. Collins of Kennesaw State University investigating the global strategic impact of increasing foreign aid from the global south, particularly from Brazil, China, and Venezuela. This issue also features a Maine state report from Howard Cody and what I believe to be our first ever book review from Benjamin R. Knoll of Centre College. It is my hope to make this book review section a regular feature going forward, so please ask your publishers to send us your new publications for review.

I say something similar in every issue, but once I again I am compelled to state that most of the hard work that goes into producing an issue of NEJPS is done by people other than myself. Tess Marchant-Shapiro of Southern Connecticut State University deftly handled copy editing for this issue, at the same time she was putting the finishing touches on her own new book on the paths individuals take to the American presidency. …

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