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Jessica Chen Weiss (EAP) comments on China's decision to tone down nationalistic rhetoric as Trump escalates his punitive campaign against the eastern...
Speaking on the entanglement of Congress and the postal system, Einaudi faculty Richard Geddes says that the prepayment fund has been "a recipe for...
Informed by SAP faculty Kaushik Basu, this analysis foretells that India's southern states fall in population, while northern states rise.
“What makes these protests groundbreaking is the public articulation of the ways in which the king is unaccountable,” says SEAP faculty Tamara Loos.
In this Vice article, Jens David Ohlin (PACS) wonders if Steve Bannon will trade his insider, Trumpworld knowledge for a deal with federal...
PACS faculty Barry Strauss converses with Forbes on the debate around monuments and what can be done in the future.

The Female Artisan Gu Erniang and the Craft of Inkstone Making in Early Modern...

This talk by Dorothy Ko (History|Barnard), focuses on the career of Gu Erniang, the most famous female inkstone-maker in the history of the craft, as...

Thursday, August 20, 2020 * 9:00am (EST) *

The webinar will focus on the impact and strategies of managing the pandemic to date and policies for the future. How did the African countries...
Richard Geddes suggests that privatization for the U.S. postal system could be a good option, emphasizing the success seen in peer European...
Jenny Goldstein, SEAP faculty, says that political elites “have been chasing this ideal of food self-sufficiency” for decades.