Why So Secretive? Unpacking Public Attitudes toward Secrecy and Success in US Foreign Policy

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2020-07

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10.1086/707308

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Myrick, Rachel (2020). Why So Secretive? Unpacking Public Attitudes toward Secrecy and Success in US Foreign Policy. The Journal of Politics, 82(3). pp. 828–843. 10.1086/707308 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/21165.

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Rachel Myrick

Douglas and Ellen Lowey Assistant Professor of Political Science

Rachel Myrick is the Douglas and Ellen Lowey Assistant Professor of Political Science at Duke. Her research explores how partisan polarization affects foreign policymaking in democratic states, with an emphasis on U.S. national security policy. More broadly, she is interested in the interplay between domestic and international politics in matters of security and conflict. Her research is published at International Organization , The Journal of Politics, and International Studies Quarterly, among others.


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