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Part of the IES Migration Series: Repair and Reparations (AY 2020-21 Theme)

This panel is organized to bring together architects and planners to comment on the ongoing reconstructions in Beirut after the deadly explosion of...
What impact will the U.S. elections have on Latin America and U.S.-Latin American relations? A panel of Cornell professors will discuss how the Trump...
The government is paying a record amount of subsidies to farmers this year. The supports will equal 36% of net farm income, said Chris Barrett on...
“The TikTok deal allows Trump to claim victory and portray it as a validation of his tough, take-no-prisoners approach in dealing with China, even if...
“In Tibet, he was doing a slightly lower level, under the radar, version of what was implemented in Xinjiang,” says Allen Carlson, associate professor...
In his seminar presentation, Aching will propose that what we think of processes of racialization as ways of measuring the tolerance that societies...

Migrations Research Highlights Climate Consequences

“The reality is that what is good for birds is usually good for us, too,” says LASP faculty Amanda Rodewald.

New Faculty Opportunity Promotes Public Engagement

Faculty: Apply by September 25. This year's theme: global racial justice.
Large populations and high median incomes would seem necessary for pedestrian malls to survive, but they’re not always a prerequisite for success,...
“The King’s treatment of Sineenat as a possession, put away and taken out at his will, is one of many reasons why protesters in Thailand have broached...