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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...

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. 

Kristin Roebuck, EAP

“It’s really striking to me when I look at family forms and how the royal family is this bastion of older norms that no one else in Japan is required...

Landon Schnabel, GPV Fellow

Landon Schnabel, assistant professor of sociology, co-authors this opinion piece about why more Americans have been changing political parties. 

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“The PBOC has carved out a modest amount of operational autonomy to push forward financial liberalization and a more market-oriented monetary policy...

Eswar Prasad, SEAP

This opinion piece quotes Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and international trade policy. Prasad says, “We are at an interesting juncture. It is...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

"China, I won’t say it’s winning the PR war, but it’s very competitive,” says Sarah Kreps, professor of government. “Some 90 per cent of the...

Tom Pepinsky, Government

“We’ll wake up one day, and it’ll become clear that Democrats can’t win,” says Tom Pepinsky, professor of government.