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Nutting ’14 brings personal, professional views of Ukraine

For Karl Nutting ’14, the situation unfolding in Ukraine isn’t just a subject to explore and analyze from afar. He has a more personal interest, as well. Two years ago, Nutting spent a month in Lviv, Ukraine, teaching at the Ukrainian Land Forces Academy. The academy was represented by Ukrainian soldiers from all across the country to whom Nutting taught… Continue reading

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Lamont Colucci Named Interim Director of New Politics Center at Ripon College

Ripon College announced today that Lamont Colucci will serve as the Interim Director of the Center for Politics and the People, a newly launched initiative designed to promote constructive political debate on campus and in the larger community. Colucci is Associate Professor and Chairman of the Politics and Government Department at Ripon College, and coordinates the College’s National Security Studies… Continue reading

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Colucci Writes on NATO and Ukraine in U.S. News & World Report

Lamont Colucci, associate professor of politics and government and director of the national security studies program at Ripon College posted his most recent column in U.S. News & World Report about the United States’ relationship with NATO, NATO’s overall mission, and the role NATO should play in the ongoing confrontation between Ukraine and Russia. To read his entire column, visit… Continue reading

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Senior Hannah Erdman addresses U.S./Israeli relationship

U.S. and Israeli foreign relations and how this relationship affects the United States’ ability to create policy and work with the Middle Eastern countries will be addressed by Hannah Erdmann ’14 in a capstone presentation on Monday. Erdman, originally from Jefferson, Wis., will present “The Special Relationship: Help or Hindrance in the Middle East?” at 6:30 p.m. March 31 in… Continue reading

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