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COVID-19 may help us “think of a new turning point” in overturning established power structures and compelling people to reconsider borders, N’Dri...
Einaudi faculty member Alexander Livingston writes: "Establishment pundits love to cite Martin Luther King as a way to delegitimize militant protests...

Watch: Reunion Migrations Panel

Migration shapes all of our lives. It is a challenge we need to meet.

President Pollack Outlines Cornell's Immediate Actions to Fight Racism

"We are ashamed of the injustices that are perpetrated in our country, every day, against people of color."
Allen Carlson, an Einaudi faculty member, writes: "Last week, China’s National People’s Congress set in motion new, restrictive legislation for...
Inside the company, one faction wanted Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s chief, to take a hard line against the president’s tweets while another urged him to...
Critics say the actions would do little to blunt China’s influence and could ultimately hurt the U.S. and others. “The United States has very few...
For ecologist and conservation biologist Amanda Rodewald, migratory birds are emblematic of a world on the move. In one year, a single warbler may...

How the power of social pressure could revolutionize economics and solve our...

Cornell economist Robert Frank believes it is a crime against public policy to not consider social pressure as a fundamental economic force.
Experts on Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Latin America discuss government responses to the pandemic and their implications for democratic...