John Sidel
John Sidel
John Thayer Sidel is a political scientist and is the Sir Patrick Gillam Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics (LSE), where he is affiliated with both the Department of Government and International Relations department, as well as the Asia Research Centre. John Sidel was born on June 4, 1966 in New York City.
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Moderates Are Fleeing the Republican Party, But That Doesn't Mean Anything Has Really Changed
Mother Jones - about 3 years
Gallup reports that the number of people self-identifying as independents has increased dramatically since 2008: There are two things to say about this. First, this trend most likely represents moderate Republicans who no longer want to identify with the modern tea-party-ized GOP, and are now calling themselves independents. But as John Sides points out, this doesn't mean much in terms of voting behavior. These folks might call themselves independents, but they mostly vote the same way they always have. Second, it goes a long way toward explaining that Pew survey last week, which found that belief in evolution had plummeted from 54 percent to 43 percent among Republicans over the past four years. If you dig into the details of that poll, the decline is actually a little more moderate than it seems, and it's probably explained mostly by the fact that so many moderate Republicans have left the party. When you remove a big chunk of people who believe in evolution, the group tha ...
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Video: Analyst: Both sides should worry about this political crisis
CBS News - over 3 years
Political analyst John Sides says it's too early to tell how the shutdown and debt ceiling crisis could affect the midterms, but both parties should be concerned.
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Will election solve anything?
CNN - over 3 years
John Sides and Lynn Vavreck say some midterm elections can be like tidal waves, but this one isn't likely to change Washington very much
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Not Gerrymandering, but Districting: More Evidence on How Democrats Won the Popular Vote but Lost the Congress (John Sides/The Monkey Cage)
Memeorandum - over 4 years
John Sides / The Monkey Cage: Not Gerrymandering, but Districting: More Evidence on How Democrats Won the Popular Vote but Lost the Congress  —  This is a guest post by political scientist Nicholas Goedert, who is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Washington University.  —  Expanding on recent posts by Dan Hopkins and Eric McGhee …
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The Track Record of Pre-Election Polls (in 2 Graphs) (John Sides/The Monkey Cage)
Memeorandum - over 4 years
John Sides / The Monkey Cage: The Track Record of Pre-Election Polls (in 2 Graphs)  —  How trustworthy are this year's presidential polls?  On Monday, November 5, will they be able to tell us who is likely to win the election?  We'll know soon enough, but in the meantime the historical record provides some important context.
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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Silver Creek recovers to win at Eastern - Evening News and Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
The doubles team of Jarret Oldham and Drew Hussong had the toughest go for the Highlanders but still won in straight sets, 7-6, 6-4 over John Sidel and Jeff Yu. Trevor Schultze and Jack Stoner also won in straight sets in doubles
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Saturday's southern Indiana HS sports results - Louisville Courier-Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Justin Batliner d. John Formulak 6-2, 6-3; 2. Andrew Nguyen-Kumar d. Ben Kay 6-4, 6-1; 3. Alex Martin d. Matt Geise 6-2, 6-3. Doubles: 1. Jarret Oldham and Drew Hussung d. John Sidel and Jeff Yu 7-6, 6-4; 2. Trevor Schultze and Jack Stoner d
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Rosana Arquette : elle ne compte plus ses mariages... - Closer
Google News - over 5 years
Rosana Arquette a épousé en seconde noce le compositeur James Newton Howard (en 1986), puis John Sidel, le père de sa fille Zoe Blue, dont elle a divorcé également. La comédienne n'a jamais pensé à se remarier. Mais comme le dit le dicton bien connu,
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gifter sig for fjerde gang - TV2
Google News - over 5 years
Arquette var tidligere gift med komponisten Anthony Greco, hans kollega James Newton Howard og restauratøren John Sidel. Desuden har hun dannet par med kendte mænd som Toto-musikeren Steve Porcaro, Paul Buchanan fra den skotske popgruppe The Blue Nile
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Rosanna Arquette: Hochzeit Nummer vier! - Fan-Lexikon
Google News - over 5 years
... Rosanna nicht gedacht, noch einmal zu heiraten, die Tatsache, dass sie erneut vor den Traualtar treten werde, freue sie sehr. Rosanna Arquette war schon drei Mal verheiratet. Ihre Ehemänner hießen: Anthony Greco, James Newton Howard und John Sidel
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Rosanna Arquette Set To Marry For The Fourth Time - Access Hollywood
Google News - over 5 years
Rosanna, 51, was previously married to director/composer Tony Greco, composer James Newton Howard, and John Sidel, with whom she has a daughter, Zoe Blue Sidel. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed
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Money Gone, U.S. Suspends Designations Of Habitats
NYTimes - almost 14 years
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service says it will temporarily stop designating tracts of land as critical habitats under the Endangered Species Act within a matter of weeks because the program has depleted its money for this fiscal year. At the same time, the agency said it would negotiate with plaintiffs and the federal courts to move back
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Let's Stop Buying a Secret Foreign Policy; Funds for Murderers
NYTimes - over 23 years
To the Editor: In "Can It Be Happening?" (column, July 13), A. M. Rosenthal is guilty of the very cynicism and naivete for which he indicts Representative Paul Kanjorski and other members of Congress. The National Endowment for Democracy is an institution of dubious status, finances and purposes, deserving Congressional and journalistic
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    TWENTIES
  • 1988
    Age 22
    He received his Bachelor's degree (Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and an MA in Political Science in 1988 from Yale University, where he worked closely with James C. Scott, and he received his PhD in 1995 from Cornell University, where he worked under the supervision of Benedict Anderson.
    More Details Hide Details Sidel taught at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, first as a Lecturer in Southeast Asian Politics (1994–2001) and then as a Reader in Southeast Asian Politics (2001–2004). Sidel has written several books as well as a range of journal articles and essays in edited volumes, and he serves as co-editor of the Contemporary Issues in Asia and the Pacific Series at Stanford University Press and member of the editorial boards of the journals South East Asia Research and Indonesia and the Malay World. He has served as an occasional commentator in the media and as a consultant for a range of government and multilateral agencies, foundations, and non-governmental organizations. Sidel's research focuses on Southeast Asia, with expertise on the Philippines and Indonesia, where he has conducted primary research and fieldwork since the late 1980s. His research and writing to date cover three main issue areas: local politics and the persistence of subnational authoritarianism in formally democratic settings; religious violence and mobilization in the name of Islam; and the role of transnational forces in anti-colonial 'nationalist' revolutions.
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  • 1966
    Age 0
    Born in 1966.
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