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Saule Omarova, Law

Saule Omarova, professor of law, is slated to be the nominee to run the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

Robert Hockett, CRADLE

“In opaque crises like the one now afflicting China’s Evergrande real estate conglomerate, it’s less ‘what you know’ than ‘what you know you don’t...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

Sarah Kreps, professor of government, co-authors this analysis on counterterrorism efforts in Afghanistan with doctoral student Paul Lushenko. 

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Eswar Prasad, professor of economics, says, “If the insurance industry is very exposed to catastrophic events resulting from climate change — and if...

Eli Friedman, EAP

Eli Friedman, associate professor in the ILR School, says that the new push by the Chinese government for companies to unionize workers may leave many...
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...

BLACK LIVES MATTER ET PROGRÈS SOCIAL: L’INDISPENSABLE CONVERGENCE DES LUTTES EN...

The  Institute for African Development (IAD) hosts a monthly webinar on contemporary African issues. This webinar series features diverse voices from...