Clifford Griffin, associate professor of political science in the School of Public and International Affairs, is an expert on Haitian and Caribbean politics and development. Drawn to politics by a quest for new information, his research focuses on determining what effects or influences political instability. This video was produced by students of COM 437 – Advanced Digital Video – in the Department of Communication.
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