New Book “How Trump Governs” Now Available

How Trump Governs: An Assessment and a Prognosis, the latest book by renowned presidential studies scholar Michael A. Genovese is now available. Chris Edelson (Director, Politics, Policy, and Law Scholars Program (PPL), American University; and Fellow, Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies) has noted the following about the book: Chris Edelson, Director, Politics, Policy, and… Continue reading New Book “How Trump Governs” Now Available

#APSA2015 Meet Tom Cronin & Michael Genovese @CambriaPress Booth TODAY

#APSA2015 Cambria Press Booth (705) at 10 a.m. on Friday: Meet Thomas Cronin, Michael Genovese, and the authors behind The Quest for Leadership Meet Thomas E. Cronin, Michael Genovese, and the authors behind The Quest for Leadership today at 10 a.m. at the Cambria Press booth (705) in the #APSA2015 book exhibit hall. You might… Continue reading #APSA2015 Meet Tom Cronin & Michael Genovese @CambriaPress Booth TODAY

#2016Election: What you need to know about Jockeying for the American Presidency

If you're looking to make sense of the 2016 presidential elections after last night's Republican debate and trying to understand these candidates who are Jockeying for the American Presidency, this is the book. As Dr. Lara M. Brown (Associate Professor & Program Director, Political Management Masters, Graduate School of Political Management, George Washington University) stated… Continue reading #2016Election: What you need to know about Jockeying for the American Presidency

POTUS, Congress, and Foreign Policy: Should President Obama End the ISIS Fight if Congress is Not On Board?

As Ryan Barilleaux and Jewerl Maxwell stated in Tough Times for the President, “half a century ago, Aaron Wildavsky noted in “The Two Presidencies” that presidents are more likely to get their way from Congress in foreign affairs than in domestic policy, and that deference continues to apply and appeared throughout our case studies. Even in… Continue reading POTUS, Congress, and Foreign Policy: Should President Obama End the ISIS Fight if Congress is Not On Board?

#APSA2014 MUST! Lara M. Brown’s sessions and her book Jockeying for the American Presidency

#APSA2014 Must! Lara M. Brown's session on Friday and Saturday and her book Jockeying for the American Presidency which has earned rave reviews. This book is in the Cambria Politics, Institutions, and Public Policy in America (PIPPA) Series by Scott Frisch and Sean Kelly. Get the #APSA2014 book highlights See the book at the Cambria Press #APSA2014 booth 524.… Continue reading #APSA2014 MUST! Lara M. Brown’s sessions and her book Jockeying for the American Presidency

Happy Presidents’ Day! See Essential Books (and their Outstanding Reviews) for Presidential Studies!

Happy Presidents' Day! Cambria Press is providing a 40% discount on all hardcover political science titles. Visit the Cambria Press website to browse the books and read the excellent reviews. Some essential books for presidential studies include: CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Jimmy Carter and the Water Wars Tough Times for the President by Ryan J. Barilleaux and Jewerl… Continue reading Happy Presidents’ Day! See Essential Books (and their Outstanding Reviews) for Presidential Studies!

Cambria Press author Robert Alexander weighs in on CNN about the government shutdown and what George Washington would have to say about it

Since the publication of his book last year, Cambria Press author Robert Alexander has been sought out for his expertise on political matters. He was consulted by CNN and NPR about the presidential races and more recently he has been been requested by CNN to weigh in on the government shutdown. Dr. Alexander declared that the… Continue reading Cambria Press author Robert Alexander weighs in on CNN about the government shutdown and what George Washington would have to say about it

APSA 2013 Annual Meeting for Cambria Press – Best Part is Meeting Happy Authors!

The 2013 APSA annual meeting was an extremely busy one for Cambria Press, with a packed schedule with back-to-back meetings the entire time. It was great getting to know new people and learning more about the research--we are sorry that we could not meet everyone, but thankfully there is always e-mail! In addition to the… Continue reading APSA 2013 Annual Meeting for Cambria Press – Best Part is Meeting Happy Authors!

On Election Day, pause to marvel at democracy … AND VOTE!!!

Frida Ghitis, world affairs columnist for The Miami Herald and World Politics Review, rightly reminds us that "we should not let Election Day pass without pausing to really absorb what an extraordinary thing democracy is" and that "Those who have spent their whole lives living under a democracy, or who have never witnessed the passion with… Continue reading On Election Day, pause to marvel at democracy … AND VOTE!!!