partisan conflict

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Fatah officials in the camp issued a statement clarifying the nature of the dispute and ruling out partisan conflict as a cause.
The closeness of the two parties and shifting control of the executive and legislative branches influences partisan conflict, but exactly how is a matter of disagreement.
I have seen the confirmation process degrade from cooperation to, now, all-out partisan conflict.
To date, however, very few studies have linked media's emphasis on partisan conflict to political polarization in American politics through a lens of group dynamics.
The Partisan Conflict Index tracks the degree of political disagreement among U.
Concluding the first day, Steven Olikara, Co-Founder and President of the Millennial Action Project (MAP), a national nonpartisan organisation dedicated to activating young policymakers to overcome partisan conflict through co-operative political leadership and governance, focused on the growing influence of millennial, generally described as 18 to 34 year olds, as a generation.
Anderson noted that, despite the popular conception of Washington as a place riven by partisan conflict and characterized by gridlock, NACDS has been able to get things done.
In a press briefing in Camp Aguinaldo, Padilla, however, did not name the candidates being lobbied for by the rebels, to avoid being dragged into political partisan conflict.
Polarization and intractable partisan conflict was their third greatest worry.
The collective absence of ideological or partisan conflict becomes a political asset for individual board members, who are generally perceived to be committed to the widely supported goal of a high-quality public education.
That legislation is unlikely to receive approval in the Senate, but it speaks to the broader partisan conflict unfolding on immigration.
Then, using quantitative comparisons and historical process tracing to interpret these trends, I argue that presidents' increasing invocation of bipartisan themes in their public rhetoric about parties and partisanship over the 1977-2012 period reflects an effort to cope with partisan polarization and reach out to the millions of citizens disaffected by rancorous partisan conflict (Harbridge and Malhotra 2011; Hibbing and Theiss-Morse 2002; Milkis, Rhodes, and Charnock 2012).