Marijke Breuning, associate professor of political science, had her book review essay “Bringing ‘Comparative’ Back to Foreign Policy Analysis” published in the December 2004, issue of International Politics.

Sylvia Macauley, associate professor of history, was recently invited to represent West Africans in the Diaspora at the second annual general meeting of the West African Civil Society Forum (WACSOF) Jan. 10-13, in Accra, Ghana. The meeting united about 100 representatives from civil society organizations of the 15 member states in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), development partners and selected civil society groups from the Diaspora. Representatives at the meeting discussed issues related to peace, regional integration and economic development in the West African sub-region. The outcome of the deliberations, in the form of a Communique, was later presented to the ECOWAS Council of Ministers for onward transmission to the Summit of ECOWAS Heads of States and Governments for their consideration. Macauley was chosen as one of the four-person drafting team.

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