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Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations

“It is a small step within a complex immigration system that can smooth the way for many individuals to get a work visa more quickly,” says Stephen...

Magnus Fiskesjö, EAP/PACS/SEAP

"The famous Southeast Asia historian Alfred McCoy has published an important new book, To Govern the Globe: World Orders and Catastrophic...

Mabel Berezin, IES Director

Recent European Parliament elections have shifted the balance of power to the right. Mabel Berezin, Director of the Institute for European Studies at...

Alexandra Dufresne, GPV

Alexandra Dufresne is a professor of practice at the Brooks School of Public Policy at Cornell and director of the State Policy Advocacy Clinic.

Amanda Rodewald, LACS

“That displacement is causing them to go into forests that tend to have the greatest conservation value and are disproportionately occupied...

Jessica Chen Weiss, EAP

Jessica Chen Weiss, a China scholar at Cornell University, is mentioned in this opinion piece about US-China policy.

Michael Fontaine, IES

When it comes to offering advice to the lovelorn, classics professor Michael Fontaine, professor of Classics, thinks some of the best wisdom comes...

Mabel Berezin, IES

Mabel Berezin, professor of sociology at Cornell University and an expert on international populism, says Macron’s decision was a “political...

Rachel Bezner Kerr, IAD

"Having looked at multiple different contexts – including mixed maize in Malawi and cocoa agroforestry in Ghana – we can say that diversified...

Mabel Berezin, IES

Sociologist Mabel Berezin's work explores challenges to democratic cohesion and solidarity in Europe and the United States. She highlights the...