AMERICAN UNIVERSITY'S OLDEST
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH JOURNAL
About the Journal
Clocks and Clouds is an American University undergraduate research journal that publishes articles on the cutting edge of political science, international relations, and public policy.
Through the journal, our authors contribute to the intellectual dialogue both within the American University community and broader academia. Philosopher Karl Popper’s “clocks and clouds” metaphor describes the two ends of the spectrum of predictability in social science. Clouds represent the disorderly and irregular, and clocks represent the predictable and rational.
By providing a venue for top undergraduate research, Clocks and Clouds aims to find the clocks amidst the clouds.
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