The CDP is involved in the following projects:
Conferences & Symposia
- "Workshop on Conflict and Cooperation:
The Theoretical and Empirical Foundations of Selection Models," Binghamton University, April 2-3, 2004.
- Symposium: Democratic Reform in Africa: Impact on Governance and Poverty Alleviation , at Cornell University, October 25-26, 2002.
- CDP Symposium 2002 : "Losers' Consent: Elections and Democratic Legitimacy," Binghamton University, October 5, 2002.
- "Workshop on Emerging Methodologies in the Quantitative Study of International Conflict," Binghamton University, March 2001.
- Political Science-CDP Seminars, on-going seminars at Binghamton University. Check here for up-coming seminars.
- "Dialogue Among Civilizations" (DAC) Democracy and Globalization, Binghamton University, October 26-28, 2001
- Conference on Democratic Performance, Binghamton University, June 7-9, 2001
- Dr. Ivan Zassoursky, Guest Speaker - Re-Constructing Russia - Media Politics in Contemporary Russia, November, 2000. His Powerpoint presentation is now available in PDF format.
- Dr. Michael Bratton, Guest Speaker - on Democracy & Public Opinion in Africa, September, 2000
- International Conference - The Military in Africa and Latin America: A Dialogue Between Soldiers and Civilians in Quest of Democracy”, Abnuja, Nigeria, August, 2000. The final report is now available.
- Seminar by Congressman Matthew McHugh - Economic Development Abroad: It's Relevance to the Interests of the United States and the Role of the World Bank, March 28, 2001 at 7:30 pm.