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Jessica Chen Weiss, EAP

Jessica Chen Weiss, professor of government, talks about US-China foreign policy implemented by the Biden administration. 

Jeremy Wallace, EAP

“I’m very surprised that the messaging seems to be denial of the depth of suffering from this wave and, as far as I’ve seen, no communication about...

Jeremy Wallace, EAP

“It seems the protest wave has come and gone,” says Jeremy Wallace, associate professor of government. “The blank-page protests were attractive. Their...

Valerie Hans, Einaudi

Valerie Hans, professor of law, co-authors this opinion piece about declining public opinion of the US courts. The writers argue the solution is to...

Examining power dynamics and gender in China

Engendering China, the Cornell Contemporary China Initiative lecture series for spring 2023, explores the power dynamics of gender relations in China...

Amanda Rodewald, LACS/Migrations

“However, when we look at what needs to be done for birds, it’s the same things we need to be doing for human health and well-being,” says Amanda...

Recent SEAP Publications author weighs in

Benjamin Hegarty was recently interviewed on Indonesia's new criminal code. His book "The Made-Up State: Technology, Trans Femininity, and Citizenship...

Jeremy Wallace, EAP

“The whipsaw speed of this shift is partially the extent to which this is the decision of one man. But also it’s officials trying to please that one...

Stephen Yale-Loehr, Einaudi/Migrations

“People worry that terminating Title 42...will mean more people will try to enter the United States from Mexico. But those pressures existed before...

Eswar Prasad, SAP/Einaudi

Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and international trade policy, writes this opinion piece about China’s economic challenges.