Areas of Expertise (5)
U.S. Foregin Policy
Paul Musgrave is a frequent contributor to the Washington Post and PBS and has been called on by media outlets including CNN, MSNBC, and Slate to discuss how U.S. domestic institutions shape foreign policy.
Currently serving as an American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow in Washington, D.C. , Musgrave studies U.S. foreign policy, international relations theory, and how partisanship is changing American politics.
University College Dublin,: M.A., Politics
Georgetown University: Ph.D., Government
Indiana University: B.A., Political Science and History
Press Coverage (2)
Understanding the Hong Kong Protests with Prof. Paul Musgrave
WGBY | Public Television for Western New England tv
Paul Musgrave discusses what led to protests in Hong Kong.
North Korea Summit with UMass Amherst Professor Paul Musgrave | Connecting Point
Paul Musgrave discusses the June 2018 summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jung Un on WGBY, the public television for Western New England.
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