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Steve Yale-Loehr, Law

“Almost every reputable report that I have seen has found that immigrants commit crimes at a lower rate than native born U.S. citizens,” says Steve...

Nicholas Mulder, IES

Nicholas Mulder, assistant professor of history, discusses how economic sanctions throughout history have shaped global powers. 

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“One lesson that China is probably taking from the fallout is it remains vulnerable to financial, economic and technological sanctions,” says Eswar...

Cristina Florea, IES

A Foreign Affairs op-ed from Cristina Florea (IES) explains why empires and nativism don’t mix: "From history, Putin has recycled not those...

Landon Schnabel, GPV

Landon Schnabel, assistant professor of sociology, discusses how gender and socioeconomic status impact healthcare access. 

Barry Strauss, PACS

Barry Strauss, professor of humanistic studies, writes this piece about the history of disinformation during war.

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“One lesson that China is probably taking from the fallout is it remains vulnerable to financial, economic and technological sanctions,” says Eswar...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“The desire of many reserve managers to diversify away from dollar-denominated assets might help to marginally bolster the yen’s share in the coming...

Sabrina Karim, PACS/SAP/IAD

Awarded an NSF Career award, Professor Sabrina Karim in the Government Department is developing research on the domestic and global politics of police...

Alexandra Cirone, IES

“Companies adopt community standards and content moderation policies to keep platforms safe, or to keep their user base happy,” says Alexandra Cirone,...