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CRADLE Launches Paper Series

Read the first four papers and find out how to submit your paper to CRADLE's new open-access series.

María Cristina García, LACS

María Cristina García, professor of history, notes that Americans had the same complaints about immigrants 50 years ago.

Series Profiles Scholars and Artists Under Threat

Sharifi is completing her second year as a visiting scholar at the Johnson Museum, with support from Global Cornell and IIE-APF.

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Kyaw Hsan Hlaing begins his PhD studies at Cornell this fall

Journalist Kyaw Hsan Hlaing, who exposed the realities of violence perpetrated by the military in his native Myanmar, has been awarded a Paul and...

Allen Carlson, CMSP/EAP/SAP

In an op-ed in The Hill, Allen Carlson (EAP) describes how U.S. electoral math could undermine already delicate relations with China: "Biden and Trump...

Allen Carlson, CMSP/EAP/SAP

“There are already so many irritants and issues of mistrust within the relationship. If you have a pot which is already close to boiling, it only...

Led by Past GPV Fellow and Einaudi's Migrations Fellow

Law faculty Jaclyn Kelley-Widmer and Steve Yale-Loehr are launching a nonprofit venture to help DACA recipients get legal permanent residency.

Linda Shi, GPV

Linda Shi, assistant professor of city and regional planning, discusses flooding in Dubai.

Sarah Kreps, PACS

“One of the few things that can get around free speech and constitutional questions is national security,” says Sarah Kreps, professor of government....