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IU's Center on Representative Government surveyed 29 academics across the country about the job performance of lawmakers.
IU's America's Role in the World conference brought together politicians, diplomats and scholars to discuss foreign policy challenges.
Co-convened by former Rep. Lee Hamilton and former Sen. Richard Lugar, the event is open to IU students, faculty and staff, and the public.
The free app-based tool will be available to Indiana high schools as a fun resource for teaching about state history and culture.
IU's International Education at the Crossroads honored the 60th anniversary of the National Defense Education Act.
Project GO is a national training program to encourage ROTC students to study critical languages and develop expertise.
The naming honors former U.S. Rep. Lee H. Hamilton and former U.S. Sen. Richard G. Lugar -- two of the nation's most esteemed statesmen.
Experts on the legislative branch award Congress low grades in the 12th annual survey by the Center on Representative Government.
IU welcomed about 30 foreign ambassadors representing countries across four continents as part of a two-day Experience America visit.
The public tends to see Congress as more polarized than the citizenry, a survey by the IU Center on Representative Government finds.
America's role should be to provide leadership and work with other nations to make the world better, the IU distinguished scholars said.
The nonpartisan conference will include discussions among leading policymakers, scholars, activists, researchers and journalists.
Read about the university's latest distinguished professors, a movie being filmed in Bloomington, an honorary degree and more.
Polarization is worse beyond the Beltway than in the nation's capital, a survey of by the IU Center on Representative Government finds.
Former congressmen Lee Hamilton and Richard Lugar come together to convene conference at IU about "Issues Facing the New President."
Focus will be on rising anti-democratic tide worldwide, U.S. relations with its allies and rivals, and global trade
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