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Award-winning Political Cartoonists--Pedro X. Molina and Rob Rogers

How do you make sense of a complicated world in a single panel? Ithaca City of Asylum's artist-in-residence Pedro X. Molina and nationally syndicated...
Drug cartels in Mexico have openly attacked mayors and local party candidates, as part of their strategy to develop sub-national criminal governance...

Kenneth Roberts, LASP

"Can these different social groups that are becoming activated, that are engaged in the public arena through protests – can the [Peruvian people] take...
Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser is Professor at Diego Portales University (UDP) in Santiago de Chile and an Associate Researcher at the Centre for Social...

Johannes Lehmann, LASP

Johannes Lehmann, Professor at the School of Integrative Plant Science, Deborah Bossio, lead scientist at the Nature Conservancy, and Dominic Woolf,...

Gustavo Flores-Macías, LASP

Gustavo Flores-Macías, Associate Vice Provost for International Affairs and Associate Professor of Government, writes this opinion piece about lessons...
In his talk, David De Micheli an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Ethnic Studies at the University of Utah, he will examine the...

Ecuador, Ghana, and Beyond: Einaudi's Virtual Interns

Tapping worldwide connections, the Einaudi Center matched dozens of students with paid summer internships and research in their fields.

Jane Mt. Pleasant, LASP

Jane Mt. Pleasant is on a faculty committee that is exploring Cornell’s history as a land-grant institution and the nation’s dispossession of...
Cornell’s Latin American Studies Program affirms our commitment to the values of racial equality and social justice as articulated by Vice Provost for...