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Eswar Prasad, SAP

It’s a time of great peril, says Cornell economics professor Eswar Prasad. Though he doesn’t see cascading crises at this stage, Prasad says countries...

Tejasvi Nagaraja, Global Public Voices

In the way that Washington has rationalized the need for Biden to travel to Saudi Arabia, Tejasvi Nagaraja, a professor at Cornell University, sees...

New Book from Katzenstein and Kirshner

An edited volume from Peter Katzenstein and Jonathan Kirshner considers what comes next as the U.S.'s international influence wanes.
Randolph “Randy” Barker, who passed away in Utah at age 92 on 4 July 2022, has left an enduring legacy across the agricultural world. A renowned and...

Daniel Bass, SAP

Daniel Bass, manager of the South Asia Program, was interviewed in "The Juggernaut" about the current political crisis in Sri Lanka.

Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations

"This is a new trend because of the tight labor market and employers need to figure out how to both attract and retain workers," said Stephen...

Dailes Judge, Oxfam South Africa

"Our continent has 24% of the world’s agricultural land, and 17% of the arable. So why then are we the hungriest in the world and a net food...

Institute for K–12 Teachers Highlights Global Inequalities

Einaudi's regional programs hosted more than 30 teachers from across central New York for professional development on the Cornell campus. 

Kenneth Roberts, LACS

Constitutional changes will face significant opposition from the more conservative elements of Chilean society, says Kenneth Roberts, professor of...

Digitalization in Africa: Impetus for Innovations and Development

The Institute for African Development is pleased to announce the theme of its upcoming fall conference, DIGITALIZATION in AFRICA: IMPETUS FOR...