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The European Union Policy in the Sahel Region: Challenges of Security,...

The Institute for African Development Global Africa Monthly Webinar Series  Friday February 4th, 2022 at 10:00am (EST) / 3:00pm – 5:00pm...

Helping refugees from Myanmar and beyond

Recently, Ithaca has become one of the major hubs in New York for refugee resettlement - including refugees from Southeast Asia. 

Apply by February 28!

Undergrads: Meet mentors working in the international arena, use your real-world skills and languages, and advance your career goals this summer.
Ainav Rabinowitz, a Cornell Laidlaw Scholar, on analyzing the militarization of law enforcement, sharing women's voices from MENA, and transforming...
"All politics—left and right—has to connect with deeply held cultural understandings—what I call thick culture—if there is to be any hope of viable...

Agnieszka Nimark, PACS Visiting Scholar

Despite the degree of mistrust between NATO and Moscow, re-starting high level strategic stability talks, rebuilding arms control agreements and...

Accra, Ghana

The conference provides a platform for professionals involved in water resources management to exchange knowledge and gain an insight into the state...

Tom Pepinsky, SEAP

“That has always been my view: we’ll wake up one day and it’ll just become clear that Democrats can’t win,” says Tom Pepinsky, a political scientist...

Jens David Ohlin, PACS

Jens David Ohlin, dean and professor of law at Cornell Law School, told Newsweek that judges factoring in individual specifics of cases before issuing...

Gunisha Kaur, Migrations Faculty Fellow

Migrations faculty fellow Gunisha Kaur co-writes this article, outlining how "breakthrough case" is a misleading term.