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Arnab Basu, SAP

Twenty-seven of every 1,000 babies and children in India die due to exposure to indoor air pollution, according to new research findings from Arnab...

Jessica Chen Weiss, EAP

This opinion piece mentions analysis by Jessica Chen Weiss, professor of international relations at Cornell University.  

Gustavo Flores-Macías, LACS

As pro-democracy movements strengthened around the world toward the end of the 20th century, regional groups such as the Organization of American...

Eli Friedman, EAP

Eli Friedman, associate professor of global labor and work in the ILR School, and co-authors discuss in a new book, “China in Global Capitalism:...

Mabel Berezin, IES

“They will be able to play that constituency long after Trump,” says professor of arts and sciences in sociology, Mabel Berezin. “They don’t come out...

Robert Hockett, CRADLE

"These rulings make it impossible for the agencies that Congress itself created to respond quickly and efficiently to newly emerging problems," says...

Nicholas Mulder, IES

This opinion piece quotes Cornell historian Nicholas Mulder's 2022 book, “The Economic Weapon: The Rise of Sanctions as a Tool of Modern War.”
We are pleased to announce that the Institute for European Studies has awarded $100,000 in 2024 to graduate and undergraduate students. Our grants and...

Caitlín Barrett, IES

"The new excavations give us a sense of how much still remains to be found," says Caitlín Barrett, Einaudi seed grant recipient and co-director of...

Sabrina Karim, PACS

Sabrina Karim, assistant professor of government, talks about the importance of Kenyan-led forces to prove themselves accountable to the Haitian...