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Shanjun Li is noted to have been among those who “estimate that a 10% rise in the availability of charging stations boosts sales of electric vehicles...

The Southeast Asia Program 1950-2020

SEAP recently launched a year-long celebration of the program's 70th anniversary. 
Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of immigration law, says the announcement, is “basically a political statement that [the US government]...
What does cybersecurity mean when computer systems remain vulnerable to hacking? Rebecca Slayton, Director of the Reppy Institute, investigates.
Cornell’s Latin American Studies Program affirms our commitment to the values of racial equality and social justice as articulated by Vice Provost for...
The overall tone of the proposed rules sends a chilling message to current and prospective international students that we are no longer a welcoming...
Sarah Kreps and Doug Kriner, professors of government, found that different presentations of scientific uncertainty influence attitudes about policy...
Democracy 20/20 webinar (September 18, 2020): President Donald Trump came into office vowing to disrupt the “deep state” and to “drain the swamp” of...
Nicole Hassoun writes about the ethical and philosophical challenge of how best to allocate limited COVID vaccines to the world population.  Nicole...
“In Tibet, he was doing a slightly lower level, under the radar, version of what was implemented in Xinjiang,” says Allen Carlson, associate professor...