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“The Trump administration is sure to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court,” said Stephen Yale-Loehr, a professor of immigration at Cornell Law...
Last week, NAFTA’s replacement went into effect. “I think it’s an improvement; just how significant remains to be seen,” said Lance Compa, LASP...
“It’s probably sensible most of the time to believe if the government says now is the time to open up, it might be safe,” says Robert H. Frank, the...
"I'm not a privacy absolutist," says Ifeoma Ajunwa, IAD faculty member and assistant employment law professor at Cornell University in the US. "But we...
"Especially given that [Chinese leader] Xi Jinping has reasserted the role of Marxism in education and official ideology, the state wants to keep a...
In this article on jobs in India, Ravi Kanbur provides his expertise.   
Two Einaudi faculty members won this year's Junior Faculty Champion Awards, part of the Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Awards.  Ifeoma...
“Justice Alito used sweeping language in his majority opinion upholding Congress’s efforts to limit due process for arriving immigrants. While not...
Internet trackers are more likely to follow people who visit popular health sites, such as WebMD.com and mayoclinic.org, to other types of sites, a...
Alex Flecker, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, is working with Carla Gomes to understand...