There’s a lot of noise created by our constant news cycle, but few ways to grasp what’s really going on in politics today. Not Another Politics Podcast provides a fresh perspective on the biggest political stories by focusing on research and data, not pundits and politicians.

Understand the political science beyond the headlines with Harris School of Public Policy Professors William Howell, Anthony Fowler, and Wioletta Dziuda.

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Podcasts by Harris students

UC3P is the podcast network produced by students at Harris Public Policy. UC3P includes the podcasts Thank You for Your Service, The Walk-Ons, Kinda Sorta Brown, and more. 


One of the defining discussions of the Trump presidency centers on the fate of our democracy. Hosts look forward and backward with the University of Chicago Professor and co-author of “Why Nations Fail”, James Robinson to diagnose the health of democracy.
what force could act as a check on these increasing anti-democratic tendencies in American political life? Milan Svolik, Prof. of Political Science at Yale, holds some answers.
As the year comes to an end, here's a more hopeful conversation that took places earlier in the year that sheds some new light on seemingly unbridgeable divides in our country.
It’s long been thought that giving people resources through government programs will get them more involved in politics. Hosts parse through the results from Medicaid expansion with Dean Katherine Baicker to see if they can get a new perspective.
On this episode, they spoke with Professor James Robinson, author of the renowned book Why Nations Fail, about his groundbreaking theories on why certain nations succeed and others fail.
In a new paper, economist Ruben Durante from the University of Pompeu Fabra argues that politicians strategically time controversial actions with major news events.