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Jessica Chen Weiss, EAP

“Like Washington, Beijing seeks greater stability in the near term while investing in efforts to deter and counter perceived threats,” says Jessica...

New book coming March 2023

A new book edited by SEAP Visiting Fellow Carol J. Pierce Colfer and Ravi Prabhu, coming open access in March 2023.

Sarah Kreps, PACS

Sarah Kreps, professor of government and public policy, discusses the recent bill signed by President Biden banning TikTok on federal government...

Gustavo Flores-Macias, LACS

Gustavo Flores-Macias, professor of government and public policy, joins to discuss the latest developments of protestors supporting former President...

Kaushik Basu, SAP

Kaushik Basu, professor of economics, writes about the pressing issues the G20 should address. In December, India began its yearlong G20 presidency.

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and international trade policy, discusses China reopening and its impact on China's economy. 

Bryn Rosenfeld in Monkey Cage

Bryn Rosenfeld (IES) takes the pulse of Russian public opinion on the war in Ukraine.

Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations

“The USCIS needs more money to help dig itself out of a massive backlog and to modernize its technology,” says Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of law....

Magnus Fiskesjö on his latest book, interviewed by Nick Cheesman

In 2013, the Journal of Burma Studies published an article titled “An Introduction to Wa Studies.” It seems that even within the last decade the Wa,...

Kaushik Basu, SAP

This piece on people’s hopes for 2023 includes those of Kaushik Basu, professor of economics.