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Thirty years after his impressive electoral triumph and twenty years since he resigned the Presidency from abroad, Alberto Fujimori’s political legacy...

Supporting the study of peace and conflict in Korea and Japan

Eun A Jo is a PhD student in government and a Peace and Conflict Studies Fellow with the Einaudi Center's Judith A. Reppy Institute for Peace and...
See how our Global Public Voices fellows and alumni are expanding the reach of Cornell’s expertise with their media appearances and op-eds.

Extended to Sept 26 at the Johnson!

If you haven't yet, make sure you visit Faces of Change: Portraits of Myanmar's Democratic Awakening, an exhibition at the Johnson Museum by personal...

Christopher Barrett, IAD/SEAP

“If loss of in-person schooling and child care keeps people out of the labor market so they aren’t earning money, then it causes increased food...

Aziz Rana, PACS

Aziz Rana, professor of law, writes this opinion piece about 9/11 and how reflecting on it offers an opportunity to examine “the forever wars, rights...

Kaushik Basu, SAP

India’s government is planning to renew and expand the country’s infrastructure by drawing in private sector expertise. Kaushik Basu, professor of...

Linda Shi Quoted by AP

Linda Shi, Global Public Voices, said there are limits to what infrastructure improvements such as larger storm pipes and road elevation can bring.

Joseph Margulies, PACS

Margulies writes to "set the record straight" about Ratner's work to insure rights for prisoners in Guantánamo, in response to essay by Samuel Moyn.

Hybrid Event; G01 Stimson Hall or Register for Zoom

For many Cubans, Fidel Castro’s Revolution represented deliverance from a legacy of inequality and national disappointment. For others—especially...