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Jeremy Wallace, EAP

“Given the reality that China has basically had so little devastation in terms of health effects, it would really crush the narrative. And I think...

Karim-Aly Kassam, Global Public Voices/SAP

“In order to solve a problem, we need multiple ways of knowing,” said Karim-Aly Kassam. “Other people see things because of their cultures, because of...

Jeremy Wallace, EAP

“To me, this feels very familiar, at least this part of it: the idea of kind of not trying to make a scene, trying to reduce backlash in the moment,”...

Linda Shi, Global Public Voices

“Florida has seen lots of apocalyptic disasters. As long as it’s a storm-based event, people are not going to dramatically switch where they live,”...

Eli Friedman, EAP

“For the first time under Xi Jinping, we have a nationwide protest movement,” says ILR professor Eli Friedman in an interview in Vox.

Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations

“More and more these days, [the United States] needs STEM workers to help innovate and offering those degree holders who have serious STEM credentials...

Jeremy Wallace, EAP

Jeremy Wallace, associate professor of government and faculty director of the East Asia Program, writes this analysis about the protests in China over...

Last year alone, EAP provided $226,000 in student funding.

EAP’s graduate fellowships and other funding programs continue to support critical graduate student research and training as well as undergraduate...

Eli Friedman, EAP

“The China supply chain is not going to evaporate overnight,” says Eli Friedman, associate professor in the ILR School. “Decoupling is just not...

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