Department of Political Science
Nancy R. Dreux Associate Professor of Political Science
- Russia, Ukraine and post-Soviet politics
- Eurasian agriculture and global food systems
- Political economy
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Wengle in the News
February 26, 2024
“Russia can’t afford to take a forward-looking perspective right now,” says Susanne Wengle, professor of political science at Notre Dame, in a conversation. Fossil fuel income will one day dry up, explained Debra Javeline, the study’s lead author and a professor of political science at Notre Dame.
February 22, 2024
The PONARS scholars, including Debra Javeline and Susanne Wengle, both associate professors of political science at the University of Notre Dame, studied the effects of climate change on Russia and Russia's role in global efforts to combat climate change or obstruct climate action.
August 04, 2023
The country is the world’s fifth-largest exporter of wheat — meaning there will be serious knock-on effects for countries that rely on imports. Farmers in the area also produce cherries, plums, apples, tomatoes, eggplants, and other crops, says Susanne Wengle, an associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame.
Kakhovka Dam breach in Ukraine caused economic, agricultural and ecological devastation that will last for years
July 07, 2023
Susanne Wengle, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame, and Vitalii Dankevych, Doctor of Economics, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Public Administration and National Security, Polissia National University, Zhytomyr National Agroecological University.
February 24, 2023
Nancy R. Dreux Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Notre Dame, Susanne Wengle, told 16 News Now that often times many people just think of the front lines, but don’t realize that Russia also launched a Naval attack on Ukraine.